I'd only play with that if it was remote controlled. I was never into car or plane models, but I had Godzilla and monster type kits. Had the Pirates of the Carribean ones that used a rubber band to create "snap action".
Guess what guy, you don't have OCD! You're just a pussy.
"If it's in plastic, it's worth money." Steve Borock
Have you ever slabbed a comic with a blank cover? Ever buy a slab just to put up on the Registry? Congrats, you're a moron.
That's a pretty cool set. I remember back in Junior High School, I checked out a book from the library that had plans for various airplanes that you could trace onto cardboard and then cut out the various parts of the airplane to assemble a plane similar to the one you posted. I've been searching for that book for years but still haven't found anything like it.
Post by steveinthecity on Dec 21, 2018 15:12:16 GMT -8
We need some pages from the Sears Holiday "Wish Book" 60's - mid 80's. Not sure if that got traction outside the States, but it was huge here. Those Mego's were awesome. Who knew how cool those'd be to the future "us"?
Just saw this from Ditch: "if you're technically too old". Nah, you might get weird looks, but the toys were better when they could be appreciated I think. Those 70's parents wouldn't have been drinking, doping, and swinging so much if they could just chill with all those amazing toys available for a few bucks. Adam-12. Planet Of the Apes. CW McCall!
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