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AAbattery opperated little cars….
A button in his back would pump his lungs and heart, as well as red liquid through his arteries.
The second was the same size guy, purple with an alien type head.
His clear front revealed a metallic pinwheel that would spin and spit sparks when activated by a trigger on his side.
I believe the third guy was a part of the same crew, and was a lot like the green Stretch Monster but I remember his head being of the same material as his body.
Thanks for any info you might be able to provide.
This toy would come packed in a flat plastic slip bag and would usually be themed after a licensed comic book or cartoon character, ie.
Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, etc.
You would take out the contents, unfold the scene a downtown city street, a wharf with warehouses, etc then take the decal sheet which was covered with pictures of bad guys, explosions, the main character, and orient where you wanted the decal on the scene, as they were crammed onto the decal sheet to save space.
Moreover, what were they called?
It had a long snout and spots.
Trying to find one for someone special!
Do you remember the brand of detergent?
That would help narrow down your search for the toy.
We had one, it was red with peddles and the steering wheel was straight up.
I have tried googling them but to no avail.
I think I sold….
What was your experience with the POP car?
I think it looked like an army jeep.
Could possibly have come out just into the 80s.
Peter, great to hear of your early experience with POP cars!
There is no battery in it so not sure it works… Regards Jenni Hi, Jenni: I sure hope you get this note!
A talent scout came to my pre-school and I was one of 2 boys that were selected to shoot the commercial.
I had one that looked like a Corvette.
That delighted me, because my father had a Corvette that was the same color!
After all, you can practically find anything on the web.
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He now has two young sons, so I would LOVE to give his family a little trip down memory lane.
If it is not against the site rules, could you get me in touch with your neighbor with the car.
Or at the very least, can a picture be posted so that everyone can see the awesomeness that was the POP car!
I had a toy that consisted of a couple of small guys riding tiny bikes with solid metal wheels racing around a track.
They would complete their race down and they get carried back to the top of the track by a little conveyor belt.
I have seen many duplicates of this concept over the past few years but was wondering what the original toy was called.
Even an image would help me step back in time.
There was 4 tracks on each side and the cars were plastic.
We would have a spring that would flick up a marble and the marble would push the cars down the track.
The first to get all of his 4 cars down would win.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I cannot find 70s games and toys information on the Big Ears Army dolls that I have.
They are dressed in green fatigues, have plastic helmets, holding walkie talkies, balding men, about 7 inches tall and are mostly made of rubber.
What can you tell me as far as what year, who made them and what value they may have?
I cannot find any information on my big ears army dolls.
They are about 7 inches high, dressed in green fatigues, balding men, with helmets, walkie talkies, made mostly 70s games and toys rubber.
Anyone know what year, who made them and do they have any value?
Danny The way I remember this toy, it looked like a black tire made of heavy plastic.
It had batteries and would roll around until it bumped into something and would reverse itself and keep rolling.
I thought it was called a Wacky Wheel, but maybe not.
Would like to know who made it.
I would love to find out more about it.
And where I might find one to buy.
Does anyone know the name of the toy that was somewhat like colorforms except that you would scribble over the character, which were all on a semi-transparent sheet, and they would permanently stick to the cartoon background?
Do you know anything about a wooden toy early 1900s it was a stick with a pin that held a leather string it had link cup attached too the string you put a ball in the cup and twirled it around and tried too keep the ball in the cup as you twirled.
Does 70s games and toys remember a series of plastic stencil discs of cartoon characters.
I remember I had on of Donald Duck, Wilma, and Betty.
The discs had numbers around the outside edge and a bunch of numbered wiggly lines in the center.
You would place the disc on paper and trace around the outer edge and make a mark.
You would then line up the first number at the mark and look for the corresponding shape in the disc and color it in and repeat this for each number.
I remember the one I had was part of a set of robots that were purchased individually, possibly 6 different models.
They were highly detailed and mine had tracks similar to those that the robot in lost in space had.
It also had various interchangeable claws, if memory serves!
Any help identifying this toy would be greatly appreciated!
Crossfire was a great game.
It had a gun 70s games and toys each end where you shot metal balls at a puck like obstacle in the middle you tried to score with.
I could really use some help.
It has magnets on the cars to get them around the track and a gas pedal that I am pretty sure if memory is serving me went on the ground with a cord.
Anyone know the name of this???
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Hope it, if nothing else, makes you smile, as you do for me!
AAbattery opperated little cars….
A button in his back would pump his lungs and heart, as well as red liquid through his arteries.
The second was the same size guy, purple with an alien type head.
His clear front revealed a metallic pinwheel that would spin and spit sparks when activated by a trigger on his side.
I believe the third guy was a part of the same crew, and was a lot like the green Stretch Monster but I remember his head being of the same material as his body.
Thanks for any info you might be able to provide.
This toy would come packed in a flat plastic slip bag and would usually be themed after a licensed snake and ladder game free download for android mobile book or cartoon character, ie.
Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, etc.
You would take out the contents, unfold the scene a downtown city street, a wharf with warehouses, etc then take the decal sheet which was covered with pictures of bad guys, explosions, the main character, and orient where you wanted the decal on the scene, as they were crammed onto the decal sheet to save space.
Moreover, what were they called?
It had a long snout and spots.
Trying to find play the game tom and online for someone special!
Do you remember the brand of detergent?
That would help narrow down your search for the toy.
We had one, it was red with peddles and the steering wheel was straight up.
I have tried googling them but to no avail.
I think I sold….
What was your experience with the POP car?
I think it looked like an army jeep.
Could possibly have come out just into the 80s.
Peter, great to hear of your early experience with 70s games and toys cars!
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I had one that looked like a Corvette.
That delighted me, because my father had a Corvette that was the same color!
After all, you can practically find anything on the web.
Dion Jenni — My little brother had a POP car, and I soooo wished that I was small enough to ride it.
He now has two young sons, so I would LOVE to give his family a little trip down memory lane.
If it is not against the site rules, could you get me in touch with your neighbor with the car.
Or at the very least, can a picture be posted so that everyone can see the awesomeness that was the POP car!
I had a toy that consisted of a couple of small guys riding tiny bikes with solid metal wheels racing around a track.
They would complete their race down and they get carried back to the top of the track by a little conveyor belt.
I have seen many duplicates of this concept over the past few years but was wondering what the original toy was called.
Even an image would help me step back in time.
There was 4 tracks on each side and the cars were plastic.
We would have a spring that would flick up a marble and the marble would push the cars down the track.
The first to get all of his 4 cars down would win.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I cannot find any information on the Big Ears Army dolls that I have.
They are dressed in green fatigues, have plastic helmets, holding walkie talkies, balding men, about 7 inches tall and are mostly made of rubber.
What can you tell me as far as what year, who made them and what value they may have?
I cannot find any information on my big ears army dolls.
They are about 7 inches high, dressed in green fatigues, balding men, with helmets, walkie talkies, made mostly of rubber.
Anyone know what year, who made them and do they have any value?
Danny The way I remember this 70s games and toys, it looked like a black tire made of heavy plastic.
It had batteries and would roll around until it bumped into something and would reverse itself and keep rolling.
I thought it was called a Wacky Wheel, but maybe not.
Would like to know who made it.
I would love to find out more about it.
And where I might find one to buy.
Does anyone know the name of the toy that was somewhat like colorforms except that you would 70s games and toys over the character, which were all on a semi-transparent sheet, and they would permanently stick to the cartoon background?
Do you know anything about a wooden toy early 1900s it was a stick with a pin that held a leather string it had a cup attached too the string you put a ball in the cup and twirled it around and tried too keep the ball in the cup as you twirled.
Does anyone remember a series of plastic stencil discs of cartoon characters.
I remember I had on of Donald Duck, Wilma, and Betty.
The discs had numbers around the outside edge and a bunch of numbered wiggly lines in the center.
You would place the disc on paper and trace around the outer edge and make a mark.
You would then 70s games and toys up the first number at the mark and look for the corresponding shape in the disc and color it in and repeat this for each number.
I 70s games and toys the one I had was part of a set of robots that were purchased individually, possibly 6 different models.
They were highly detailed and mine had tracks similar to those that the robot in lost in space had.
It also had various interchangeable claws, if memory serves!
Any help identifying this toy would be greatly appreciated!
Crossfire was a great game.
It had a gun on each end where you shot metal balls bonnie and clyde a puck like obstacle in the middle you tried to score with.
I could really use some help.
It has magnets on the cars to get them around the track and a gas pedal that I am pretty sure if memory is serving me went on the ground with a cord.
Anyone know the name of this???
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Hope it, if nothing else, makes you smile, as you do for me!
AAbattery opperated little cars….
A button in his back would pump his lungs and heart, as well as red liquid through his arteries.
The second was the same size guy, purple with an alien type head.
His clear front revealed a metallic pinwheel that would spin 70s games and toys spit sparks when activated by a trigger on his side.
I believe the third guy was a part of the same crew, and was a lot like the green Stretch Monster but I remember his head being of the same material as his body.
Thanks for any info you might be able to provide.
This toy would come packed in a flat plastic slip bag and would usually be themed after a licensed comic book or cartoon character, ie.
Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, etc.
You would take out the contents, unfold the scene a downtown city street, a wharf with warehouses, etc then take the decal sheet which was covered with pictures of bad 70s games and toys, explosions, the main character, and orient where you wanted the decal on the scene, as they were crammed onto the decal sheet to save space.
Moreover, what were they called?
It had a long snout and spots.
Trying to find one for someone special!
Do you remember the brand of detergent?
That would help narrow down your search for the toy.
We had one, it was red with peddles and the steering wheel was straight up.
I have tried googling them but to no avail.
I think I sold….
What was your experience with the POP car?
I think it looked like an army jeep.
Could possibly have come out just into the 80s.
Peter, great to hear of your early experience with POP cars!
There is no battery in it so not sure it works… Regards Jenni Hi, Jenni: I sure hope you get this note!
A talent scout came to my pre-school and I was one of 2 boys that were selected to shoot the commercial.
I had one that looked like a Corvette.
That delighted me, because 70s games and toys father had a Corvette that was the same color!
After all, you can practically find anything on the web.
Dion Jenni — My little brother had a POP car, and I soooo wished that I was https://filmman.ru/and-games/take-and-play-magnetic-games.html enough to ride it.
He now has two young sons, so I would LOVE to give his family a little trip down memory lane.
If it is not against the site rules, could you get me in touch with your neighbor with the car.
Or at the very least, can a picture be posted so that everyone can see the awesomeness that was the POP car!
I had a toy that consisted of a couple of small guys riding tiny bikes with solid metal wheels racing around a track.
They would complete their race down and they get carried back to the top of the track by a little conveyor belt.
I have seen many duplicates of this concept over the past few years but was wondering what the original toy was called.
Even an image would help me step back in time.
There was 4 tracks on each side and the cars were plastic.
We would have a spring that would flick up a marble and the marble would push the cars down the track.
The first to get all of his 4 cars down would win.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I cannot find any information on the Big Ears Army dolls that I have.
They are dressed in green fatigues, have plastic more info, holding walkie talkies, balding men, about 7 inches tall and are mostly made of rubber.
What can you tell me as far as what year, who made them and what value they may have?
I cannot find any information on my big ears army dolls.
They are about 7 inches high, dressed in green fatigues, balding men, with helmets, walkie talkies, made mostly of rubber.
Anyone know what year, who made them and do they have any value?
Danny The way I remember this toy, it looked like a black tire made of heavy plastic.
It had batteries and would roll around until it bumped into something and would reverse itself and keep rolling.
I thought it was called a Wacky Wheel, but maybe not.
Would like to know who made it.
I would love to find out more about it.
And where I might find one to buy.
Does anyone know the name of the toy that was somewhat like colorforms except that you would scribble over the character, which were all on a semi-transparent sheet, and they would permanently stick to the cartoon background?
Do you know anything about a wooden toy early 1900s it was a stick with a pin that held a leather string it had a cup attached too the string you put a ball in the cup and twirled it around and tried too keep the ball in the cup as you twirled.
Does anyone remember a series of plastic stencil discs of cartoon characters.
I remember I had on of Donald Duck, Wilma, and Betty.
The discs had numbers around the outside edge and a bunch of numbered wiggly lines in the center.
You would place the disc on paper and trace go here the outer edge and make a mark.
You would then line up the first number at the mark and look for the corresponding shape in the disc and color it in and repeat this for each number.
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They were highly detailed and mine had tracks similar to those that the robot in lost in space had.
It also had various interchangeable claws, if memory serves!
Any help identifying this toy would be greatly appreciated!
Crossfire was a great game.
It had a gun on each end where you shot metal balls at a puck like obstacle in the middle you tried to score with.
I could really use some help.
It has magnets on the cars to get them around the track and a gas pedal that I am pretty sure if memory is serving me went on the ground with a cord.
Anyone know the name of this???
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