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It did not come with any track, instead having ordinary road wheels. One year later in 1966 https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/Trains Basic Basic was one of LEGO's main product lines that made use of System bricks and consisted of sets that solely focused on the building aspect of LEGO. The sets were mainly composed of simple https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/Basic 4.5V 4.5V used to be the voltage standard for the first electric components (e.g. motors, lights) in certain LEGO sets. The power came from a battery box with 3x 1.5V batteries. Beside Basic https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/4.5V LEGO Star Wars: Bombad Bounty LEGO Star Wars: Bombad Bounty is a mini-movie based on the Original Trilogy of the Star Wars Theme. It was premiered online for the first time on November 4th, 2010. Shown in two parts https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/LEGO_Star_Wars:_Bombad_Bounty 12V 12V was a voltage standard for LEGO Trains sets from 1969 until 1993. In contrast to the older battery powered 4.5V standard, the power of the 12V system came from a mains powered DC https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/12V Train Accessories Train Accessories are accessories for LEGO trains, including tracks, motors, batteries, cables, and more. There has been a very large supply of them and nearly new ones come out each year. A new sub-theme https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/Train_Accessories 1981 |*Basic| 1 Basic Souvenir Box#G|1 Mini Building Set#G|10 Tree& Signs#G|1104 Battery Cables#G|1135 Battery Cable Kit: 12 Connectors, 3m Cable#G|1137 Train Couplings#G|1138 Replacement https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1981 List of Set References 1000 - 1999 1000 1000 Mosaic Set, 1001 5-Seat Play Table, 1002 2-Seat Play Table, 1003 Storage Trays, 1005 LEGO Wallboard, 1006 Storage Stand, 1007 Wallboard Activity Bins, 1008 DUPLO Plates for Wallboard, 1011 LEGO Number https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Set_References_1000_-_1999 Service Packs Service Packs are little sets that contain specific pieces that usually come in polybags. They usually contain accessories for a certain theme or TECHNIC pieces. https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/Service_Packs List of similar set numbers A list of sets that are similar or the same, but are released under separate item numbers. This may be due to packaging, country of release, re-releases, promotions or distribution method. Note: Some sets https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_similar_set_numbers Always count your clones before take-off.... Several Clone Troopers are seen in a troop bay of a gunship, when one of them, (presumably 1138), notices that troopers 1137 and 1139 are missing. As the ships fly away, 1137 and 1139 notice https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/Always_count_your_clones_before_take-off.... 1139 Motor-mount Plate with Magnetic Couplers 1139 Motor-mount Plate With Magnetic Couplers is a Trains Supplementary set released in 1981. External links Brickset, Lugnet, Peeron, See a price and investment guide on BrickPicker.com https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1139_Motor-mount_Plate_with_Magnetic_Couplers 11 Locomotive Traction Tyres in 1977. It contained eight traction tyres for 4.5V& 12V Locomotive wheels. This set is the same as set 1111 Rubber Rims for Locomotive Wheels and set 1138 Replacement Rubber Wheel Treads for Trains https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/11_Locomotive_Traction_Tyres 1111 Rubber Rims for Locomotive Wheels released in 1977. It contained 8 traction tyres for 4.5V& 12V locomotive wheels. Notes This set is the same as set 11 Locomotive Traction Tires and set 1138 Replacement Rubber Wheel Treads for Trains. https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1111_Rubber_Rims_for_Locomotive_Wheels 1137 Train Couplings 1137 Train Couplings is a 4.5V Trains set released in 1981. The set includes 2 couplings and 2 cylinder-shaped magnets, which combine to make the couplings. External links Brickset, Peeron https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1137_Train_Couplings 1139 Motor-Mount Plate with Magnetic Couplers 1139 Motor-Mount Plate with Magnetic Couplers is a Trains set released in 1981. External links Bricklink.com https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1139_Motor-Mount_Plate_with_Magnetic_Couplers 1183 Mummy and Cart 1183 Mummy and Cart is an 18 piece Adventurers Egypt set released in 1999. It includes Pharaoh Hotep. The main part of the set is the cart. This has two small black wagon wheels which https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1183_Mummy_and_Cart 1139 (Clone Trooper) 1139 is a recurring character from the animated online Clone Wars comics. He is a Clone Trooper who serves the Galactic Republic. He has appeared with his friend, 1137, in many adventures around the Clone https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1139_(Clone_Trooper) 1128 Santa on Skis 1128 Santa on Skis is a Seasonal set released in 1999. Included are 21 pieces, Santa, and skis. Santa's skies are made out of a 2X8 white plate, with a white slope attached to https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1128_Santa_on_Skis 1135 Battery Cable Kit: 12 Connectors, 3m Cable 1135 Battery Cable Kit: 12 Connectors, 3m Cable is a Train Supplementary set released in 1981. External links Brickset, Lugnet, Peeron, See a price and investment guide on BrickPicker.com https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1135_Battery_Cable_Kit:_12_Connectors,_3m_Cable 1168 Battery Box 1168 Battery Box is a Service Packs set released in 1986. It contains 1 Battery Box. This set is the same as sets; 3 Battery Box, 7 Battery Box, 101 4.5V Battery Case., 108 https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1168_Battery_Box 11138 Barraki Wallet 11138 Barraki Wallet is a BIONICLE wallet set released in 2008. It is part of the Barraki line of school or household resources. External links Brickset, Lugnet, Peeron, See a price and investment guide on https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/11138_Barraki_Wallet 12138 Mahri Wallet 12138 Mahri Wallet is a BIONICLE wallet released in 2008. It is part of the Mahri line of school resources. External links Brickset, Lugnet, Peeron, See a price and investment guide on BrickPicker.com, Bricklink https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/12138_Mahri_Wallet 1198 Team Telekom 1198 Team Telekom is a Promotional Town set released in 2000 for the Tour de France annual bike race. The set includes the Telekom crew, 2 pink bikes, and 3 minifigures. Parts Drill https://lego.fandom.com/wiki/1198_Team_Telekom Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Golden Age Comics Wiki Comics 10 pages 100 images 1 video Action Comics #1 goes on newsstands on April 1938 and the first major superhero is born, Superman. Within moments the issue sells out, the Golden Age of Comic Books is born and this wiki covers all of it! 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