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Girder & Panel building sets
from Kenner
Girder & Panel

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Posted by freddo30 at 9:19 pm (PDT) on Sat April 2, 2016   
Fabulous sets. My mother and I sat at the kitchen table and built buildings on Friday night before I was old enough (8) to go to bowling league with my dad ... she would wash her hair and wear one of those big bonnet hair dryer caps hooked to the hose which made it too loud to converse so we sat in satisfied silence ...
Posted by robert chan at 12:27 pm (PST) on Sat December 6, 2014   
I currently have at least one of each of the Kenner Building sets numbered from 1 to 33. Playing with them makes me feel like a 10 year old kid again.
Posted by spaced-out bob at 11:37 pm (PDT) on Tue June 4, 2013   
I still have all 3 of my Girder and Panel sets.
Posted by Wingslinger at 9:15 am (PDT) on Thu March 14, 2013   
I used to love my sets of these.
Posted by kluv42 at 2:39 pm (PST) on Tue November 6, 2012   
I had one of these... Actually, between me and my three older brothers, we had several different sets that we often combined to make little cities... One with road segments was called "Girders & Turnpikes, etc.
Posted by Doot at 11:50 pm (PST) on Sun December 4, 2011   
I got this set for christmas of 1957 and it was the best building set that I ever had - a lot better than the plastic/cement building block sets.

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