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A Short History of American Flyer Trains
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"S" "HO" "O" CATALOG Scans
1938 - 1966 Complete Catalogs.
76 Train Catalogs & Paper!!!
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American Flyer boasted Two Rail Track, 3/16
inch scale and Pull-Mor Power , all
at it's biggest rival and competitor,
While the American Flyer line was never as extensive as that of Lionel, American Flyer always offered realism and some interesting accessories. Many of those accessories are in high demand today, and are used by Lionel operators as well.
Gilbert American Flyer also offered unique special features like synchronized Smoke and Choo Choo Sounds. Recently, Lionel has begun reintroducing several of those accessories.
RFG offersORIGINAL SMOKE FLUID Formulated for American Flyer Smoke Units.
Won't CLOG SMOKE UNITS!
ALSO NEW Smoke Fluid Kit, with smoke funnel and Instructions.
This is the REAL Stuff, not an Imitation or "SMELL ALIKE !"
SOME OTHER GILBERT PRODUCTSGilbert also produced many other toys, science sets, Polar Cub appliances, Puzzle Sets, Mysto Magic Sets,
Chemistry Sets, Physics Sets, James Bond Sets, My Favorite Martian and many others.
As one of the premier toy manufacturers, with their most famous toy set, Erector, Gilbert was known around the world.
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Other resources for American Flyer information include:
Classic Toy Trains magazine, Greenberg Publishing Co.
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