Begin your journey through the 1985 Toy Fair Catalog from LJN, where they never stop growing up. 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.
LJN continued their coverage of the Street Hawk Power Pak Racing on page 25 of the 1985 Toy Fair Catalog. As Street Hawk began airing that year, LJN hoped that the series would become the next Knight Rider. The series had a similar premise, featuring an ex-cop who became an agent for a secret organization. Jesse Mach even received an advanced specialized vehicle, the Street Hawk. However, the series only lasted for 14 episodes.
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Still, LJN continued to display information on #6475, the Street Hawk Spin-Out Chopper Chase. This set included both the Street Hawk Cycle and Evil Outlaw Chopper. Each of these vehicles featured working headlights. The set also had seventeen sections of track. To control the set, players used two plug-in Hyperthrust pistol grip hand controllers with spin-out activators. Moreover, this set had a wall power pack, spin-out road shoulders, guard rails, bridge piers, and a Street Hawk billboard.
We are glad to present these exciting exclusive scans to the 1985 Toy Fair Catalog from LJN. Continue to see even more exciting promotional images that LJN provided to retailers and representatives.
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