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Post  Bill steklenski on Tue 19 Sep 2017, 17:42

These are awesome photos of the cars, I just happen to know about 5 other collectors that have them. My Friend Rob Tondreau from Chepatchet Rhode island knows the whole story behind these Hasbro cars and even met the Engineer of the project back around 1985. I am looking to post photos of my Cox engine powered cars at some point. What a great Hobby!! Bill Steklenski
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Post  getback on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 08:37

Hi Bill , That would bee great some photos and if maybe your friend would pop in and give us that history lesson ? Nothing better than learning about something you love !  I Love This Forum! Very Happy
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Post  Bill steklenski on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 21:38

Its just a matter of time and I will download my photos, I even have Cox Communique factory newsletters! Last October a friend of mine took a bunch of photos of the old Cox building at 1505 Warner avenue in Santa Ana California, wow, that would have been a great place to work at back in the 70's. Now it is Orange County Social services and the So Cal bakery.
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Post  Bill steklenski on Wed 20 Sep 2017, 21:40

By the way, could any of you guys step me thru downloading photos to this forum? Otherwise I will ask Bernie or Theresa, Thanks.
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