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Bob Duck (at 8:29am, Wed 10th Sep, 14)
I had Trix as a young lad, around 8-12. It was good, the electric motors were rather poor or I hadn't discovered gearing then? I was just beginning to get into electrics, an Uncle had just given me a Stepper Unit as used in Telephone Exchanges and in Jukeboxes. I used it as a motor, by running it continuously. In something like a tank or wagon it would climb over anything. When we moved to Lancashire my Trix was given away. It was several years before I started collecting Meccano, Bayko and building Model Railway. I'm still very interested in electrics and now Computers, also Photography, Walking & Wild Life.
Bob T (at 1:04pm, Thu 28th Aug, 14)
Steaky, Cut & paste following to give information on Juneero. By downloading this PDF document
Steaky (at 12:36pm, Thu 28th Aug, 14)
Information on using the Juneero Tool
Chris Johnson (at 5:13am, Fri 23rd May, 14)
In reply to Alan Brilliant.
Bob T (at 10:24am, Wed 21st May, 14)
Hugh, The SML 6a never actually existed as a leaflet, but Bert Love released a copy of it in the Meccano Magazine for October 1973 Pages 68-71. The first of the pages can be found here
Hugh Castellan (at 9:38am, Wed 21st May, 14)
Can any body out there help me with a copy of Super Models leaflet No 6a the 1929 steam engine driven version of Super Models No6 the Stiff-Leg Derrick Crane. Regards Hugh Castellan