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Lego Trains 12v: Identify This?
This is a very popular picture, which almost all Lego Trains' fans from 1980s would recognize. I have the train in the forground, 7740, but not the 4th car (red one). Can anyone please clarify that ...
Dec 9 '13 at 15:15
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