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Unrecorded Phantom Gems
#46
I saw that one....go get em Vio
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#47
We will not lose, for the sake of our research. If we win this, we will successfully obtain all 68/69 Red White Hikari-Go Sets in existence until an unknown one appears in the future.
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#48
Oops, it is actually 1972, G-19. I did not see that side label. Red White 2nd Generation Hikari-Go was still manufactured in 1972, I overlooked it.
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#49
Does that mean the Team is not going to pursue it anymore?
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#50
Still will pursue, it is an unknown set not found in the internet when the set name is looked up. Must be out of the catalogue range.
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#51
These ones too, they are basically the same sets but I'm not sure whether the cover design is different. The inner box is completely different.

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It seems that they share the same box cover. However the change of generation in Red White Hikari-Go and the slope rails in the sets have set an assumption that:
1. The sets are reprinted.
2. It is a completely different set in the early 1960s and late 1960s.
3. It has a different box cover art.
However we are not able to confirm point 3. It seems that the set itself have different generations, because the TP-nn numbering systems are DIFFERENT from the previous set compared to new set. How we know that the TP-nn numbering system is different without the box cover? Its because the same TP-nn number has not been found on the 1st and 2nd generation Red White Hikari-Go 3 car sets (they have different numbers). The set is not reprinted, but point 2 is correct so far. The very possible reason why the interior box change:
1. To fit the newer contents better.
2. Produced from a different plant.
3. TOMIYAMA change name to TOMY in 1963, therefore blueprints of newer sets might have been slightly altered.
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#52
We mentioned a blue box D-51, brown box D-51. Now there is a new one that surfaced just today, D-51 Yellow Box. All are 4th generation, which I repeat, is the hardest to obtain of all 10 generations today as they are only manufactured for only 2 years, if not 3 years depending on the model. This one could be close to 3 years.

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#53
Wow, now that is a box design I have never seen, great find. Smile
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#54
Orange piers without claws.
On the left, we have number 24. On the right, no number.
The unnumbered version is what I recently bought, but it wasn't in the Plarail Museum. So I will add it here.
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#55
Blue D-51 Kisha Set, that is the first time I have seen one. Not recorded in museum so far, it seems it was manufactured from 1970-1974. Lets include that here.

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#56
Wow, that is a beautiful set. Would have been perfect if it had a blue Tender but still, I love those old box graphics.
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#57
A tender did not exist for a D-51 at that time though. There is one for C-58.
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#58
Have we discussed a Blue C-58 with Tender before? Seems familiar but I can't locate where the discussion and/or pictures are.
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#59
Blue C-58 does not exist. A Blue D-51 of course exists, discussed in https://blueplastictracks.com/showthread...8#pid47358
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#60
(06-02-2020, 06:15 PM)Vio Wrote: A tender did not exist for a D-51 at that time though. There is one for C-58.

My mistake...I thought you were referring to a C-58 blue train above when we talked about the blue D-51 Kisha set.

So there hasn't been a blue Tender ever for any Steam train right?
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