I try my best Tom.. I just don't have the time to keep them all in the pink, and truth-fully, I don't know where the heck they all are,lol!That is a lot of engines! What I think is so nice about it is that all these engines of Flyernut have been repaired and maintained so that as 65 year olds the are as good as when they were new.
Hope you have lots of kids and grand kids flyernut, that's a lot of inventory. If not, there's going to be a whole lot of lucky kids that will someday get to enjoy the fruits of your labor. The best part is that when they put them on the track and turn on the power, they won't have to figure out what's wrong, instead they'll have a positive experience and just might become hooked on the simple joy of running Flyers.Bear in mind, all those large plastic tubs hold more engines, sets, my aluminum passenger cars, my Royal Blue set, Silver Streak, and my new Circus engine, not counting what's on the lay-out.. I can't keep up with them all, as I like to grab one and run it, but it has to run perfectly, or I muck with it, just to put it back in storage. I hope I have the time to go through all of them before I pass away. I want to make sure my kids and grand-kids don't have to mess around with something that's not running.