I had crash dummies! Sold them all together in a bin in a yard sale
I almost forgot this:
Can't find the exact one I had but that one's pretty close.
Pfft. The blankie and teddy bear give you more credibility!About 1000 still boxed older Hot Wheels, 1:18 diecasts, lots of LEGO Model Team sets, Technic and the normal assortment- The space shuttle stuff was sweeeeeeett.
And of course, standard issue blankie and teddy bear, although I don't know where he's hiding. Last time I remember, he was missing an eye and his red heart was fading/scratched...
And now I have no more credibility :lol:
Had this beast
In fact I still have it some where, now thinking of resurrecting it, but may have to make a new battery pack
Also had one of those pedal go karts (well 2, one changed over time because the frame fell apart ), had a lever that disengaged the drive wheel for some reason. The steering would come loose and chain would pop off, but I learnt how to fix those over time.
Another thing I forgot! The most epic R/C car ever! I cannot for the life of me remember what it was called or find it online, but it had 8 wheels, 4 on each side, each axle with different size wheels (so the car was a bit of a wedge shape).
The wheels were larger than the rest of the car so it could roll over and keep going.... but because of the shape, it had a different design on each side. If the small wheels went first it looked like a race car, and it was an off-roader on the other side.
The weirdest part was that it could fold in half (double jointed in the middle). The thing was completely indestructible. I launched it full speed down a set of concrete stairs; it tumbled down hilariously and just drove away at the bottom. It was quite fast for what it was, too.
It got it in the late 90s for $40 at Toys 'R Us, and it was probably a Tyco, but I don't remember the name (something like sidewinder) and I can't find it anywhere.
We (theVictor and I) just spent about 1.5 hours combing the internet with a fine brush looking for this thing. I then proceeded to get distracted and search for the Tyco car I had when I was little. These things are really hard to find if you don't know the exact model name.
The one theVictor390 was talking about is this one
The Wild Sting.
The one I had was the Nitro Dozer.
That was a lot of fun. I think I might actually still have mine somewhere at home.