Wow - I didn’t even know this variant existed until after I bought it!
The pic I got as terrible, so I thought it was the black version that comes w Tracker Kwinn. What a nice surprise!
I think this version came w a weird version of the Snow Serpent. Is that true? Either way, it actually makes for a pretty nice Timber.
This German Shepherd has easily got to be the most reused animal mold! I have 4 paint versions of it. I know there’s a variant of the v1 with an unpainted face that @kushviper showed me. I assume there’s also a Funskool version?
💥The Razor Blade💥
For my 7th or 8th birthday I got a toy called a “String Racer” - there have been several variations of the concept, but basically it glides across a string back and forth. It had two hooks so it could pick up these geometric balls, which I’d attach Joes to.
The String Racer was my favorite thing to use with Joes! I’d pretend it was like a drone, because it didn’t really look like a vehicle, and it was unfortunately bright pink 🤷♂️.
For my brother’s 8th birthday he got the Razor Blade and I nearly crapped my pants! It was basically a String Racer that looked like a helicopter 😱
I took it so often that he would actually lock it up in his mini locker at night. I loved it until it broke... which didn’t really take that long.
20+ years later and I have my own minty Razor Blade!!! I should probably get ahold of a String Racer some day though.
Good Afternoon! Today we are featuring a vintage 1970’s GI JOE Adventure Team Ariel Recon Flying Platform Helmet with Visor! Complete, unbroken, and in nice shape! Check it out! Link to purchase below. 👇📦 https://ryansvintagegijoeandtoybricks.com/collections/vintage-gi-joe-1-6-scale-accessories/products/vintage-1964-gi-joe-aerial-recon-flying-platform-helmet-with-visor-complete-nice
"Let's say you got a trouble spot-you can't sail, walk, or ride in. So you send a plane in so high that it can't be seen or heard. Rip Cord jumps and drops like a rock for thousands of feet, then opens his chute at the last possible moment to avoid visual and electronic detection. What he does once he hits the ground you don't want to hear about."