1985 Hasbro Toy Fair Catalog – Page 95 – G.I. Joe


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Begin your journey through the 1985 Hasbro Toy Fair Catalog, which offered first looks at new G.I. Joe, Transformers, and more toys. This catalog includes exciting previews of the 1985 line-up. So, continue exploring to see some of the first previews that retailers saw of the newest action figures.

Hasbro continued to feature their hit G.I. Joe: A Real American hero toys on page 95 of the 1985 Toy Fair Catalog. Even though Hasbro first introduced G.I. Joe in the 1960s, the toy line had disappeared by the end of the 1970s. Thanks to the persistence of Bob Prupic, his “Operation: Blast Off” led to the revitalization of the line.

On this page, Hasbro promoted #6057, the Snow Cat, a vehicle with the quest to expose COBRA’s arctic strongholds. This powerful half-track mobilization unit plowed through towering glaciers and savaged frigid temperatures. The snow-covered canopy opened so two Joes could inside. It also included specialized heat-seeking ski-mounted torpedoes, a full missile launcher, and a tow hook. Then, the removable missile rack rotated and pivoted.

This vehicle included a driver, FROSTBITE, and carried up to ten figures. So, it was the most sophisticated snow vehicle in the G.I. Joe arsenal. Each assortment included 12 pieces.

We are glad to present these exciting exclusive scans to the 1985 Toy Fair Catalog from Hasbro. Continue to see even more exciting promotional images that Hasbro provided to retailers and representatives.

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