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Syma and Lionel
Syma 107 on a Lionel train
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Syma Freak
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January 27, 2018 - 7:31 pm
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Hi J

Gosh brings back days when I had Hornby train set, wish had now, also my steam engine at 7 years old, was able to use to turn a grinder wheel and other add on's bet they are worth a buck now.

"Fly like a butterfly sting like a Syma" http://syma107.com

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JamDJ
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January 27, 2018 - 2:46 pm
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Greetings pilots!

    OK, for those of you whom have been on here awhile or those snooping around......

A few years ago I posted a pic of my yellow 107 on a yellow Lionel train flat car and the scale was

pretty good! I've since lost the pic but pretty sure it's on here somewhere. Never did get to land my

heli on a moving train but called off the attempt, realizing I could do more damage to the train than the 107!

Move foreward to Lionel's new train sets: One set that caught my attention was the

Norfolk Southern First Responders set. It is a reproduction of a real train that traveled the east coast USA

with cars that featured educational material about home and workplace safety, done up in

special graphics for the Norfolk Southern Railroad. To increase the play value, Lionel added a red flatcar

with what appers to be a Syma 107 on it (set comes with Tx for the heli!) also featuring colors and graphics

to match the train! Gee, did we start something here?

   Most importantly a big thank you to the fire and police personnel this train recognizes. I can't get a clear

pic on here as the logo covers the back of the heli. If anyone is interested in seeing this

try http://www.lionelstore.com and enter SKU # 6-84490. 

                                                                                 Happy and safe flying

                                                                                 (and model railroading?)

                                                                                              JamDJ

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