Buys of the Week
We are vintage toy buyers. We’re always on the lookout for the next great vintage toy collection. I’m sharing some of the collections we’ve bought recently.
Sell Steel Monsters Toy Collections
Steel Monsters action figures and die-cast vehicles were made by Tonka in 1986. These action figures each came with a mini-comic, and the vehicles were high-quality steel toys. “The Only Survivors”, were the Mad Max action figure toys that were never made.
Sell Super Naturals Toy Collections
Super Naturals toy collection was produced in 1987 by Tonka. Super Naturals characters follow either The Forces of Evil or The Forces of Good.
Sell Super Powers Toy Collections
The Super Powers toys were created and produced by Kenner in 1988. This line of action figures was based on the DC Comics characters. A rather large set of toys with a total of 33 action figures, 5 vehicles, and 1 playset released in all.
Sell Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) Toy Collections
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) toys were released in 1987. The characters had their origins in comic books. Playmates Toys produced TMNT action figures. TMNT were among the most collected toys of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.
Sell Battle Beasts Toy Collections
Originally made in Japan by Takara. Hasbro licensed and produced the Battle Beasts collection of action figures starting in 1987. Battle Beasts were 2” animals with body armor. There were four series of toys released, along with several vehicles.
Sell Food Fighters Toy Collections
The food fighting action figure line. Why Food Fighters? To mimic a food fight! Food Fighters were released by Mattel in 1989. The figures were all different types of food. The figures were split into two different factions the ‘Kitchen Commandos’ and the ‘Refrigerator Rejects’.
Sell Mad Balls Toy Collections
The Mad Balls toys were released in 1985 by the AmToy company. The figures had spring-loaded heads and necks with a trigger on their back, when pressed, causing the heads to pop off. Nine figures were released in all as well as 17 Mad Balls, 3 Super Mad Balls, and a vehicle.
Sell Jurassic Park Toy Collections
The Jurassic Park action figures and toys were first released by Kenner in 1993, with new releases for each new movie. The toys were based on the Steven Spielberg movies. The toys consisted of humans, dinosaurs, vehicles, and a playsets. The initial run of toys in 1993 consisted of 29 toys, making it a rather large line.
Sell A-TEAM Toy Collections
The A-Team action figures were based on the action tv series. The series was a huge success and the action figures also proved equally popular. Galoob released the first A-Team action figures in 1983. The series consisted of action figures, vehicles, helicopters, trucks, and jeeps.
Sell Six Million Dollar Man Toy Collections
The first Six Million Dollar Man action figures were released by Kenner in 1975. The first figure was named the ‘Steve Austin Doll’. This doll featured many interactive features and gimmicks, including a bionic eye that the user could look through. His arm could lift items when a trigger on the back was pulled. Vehicles, playsets, and additional figures were produced soon after the first doll was released.
Sell C.O.P.S. N’ Crooks Toy Collections
Hasbro released the C.O.P.S. n’ Crooks line of action figures in 1988. These action figures were released at the same time as the TV show “C.O.P.S.”. There were two different sides of characters, the good guys “cops” and the bad guys “crooks”.
Sell Computer Warriors Toy Collections
Computer Warriors toys were first released in 1989 by Mattel. These toys spawned from a top-secret government computer that unleashes evil virus troops. Mattel sold twelve different sets within this toy line, six vehicles, and two large playsets.
Sell Flash Gordon Toy Collections
Mattel released the Flash Gordon action figures in 1979. These toys came from the Flash Gordon cartoon TV series. Three different series of toys were launched, along with several vehicles.
Sell Buck Rogers Toy Collections
Buck Rogers action figures were produced by Mego in 1978. This line of action figures was based on the movie. Mego sold the toy line for three years. Mego made basic 3 3/4″ figures, 12″ figures as well as vehicles.
Sell Bone Age Toy Collections
The Bone Age toys were made by Kenner in 1987. It was a relatively short-lived toy line, with production ending in 1988. Kenner combined the building of a toy with legs (similar to building Lego’s) and mashed it with action figure type toys. A total of 20 toys were released.
Sell Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers Toy Collections
The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers was a Space Western tv series. Galoob sold the line of action figures that was released in 1986. It was comparatively a small line with only six figures, three horses, and one accessory pack made up the entire collection.
Sell Willow Toy Collections
Willow action figures were made by Tonka and released in 1988. Tonka’s release coincided with the movie produced by George Lucas. The Willow line was a 3” scale collection. Additionally there were 13 figures produced and came with additional riders, beast, and vehicles.
At Wheeljack’s Lab, we are both vintage toy buyers and vintage toy sellers. We currently have over 4,000 vintage toys for sale.
1980’s Prototype Toys
If you like prototype toys we recently received a massive vintage prototype collection. This collection will be for sale within the next 2 weeks. The collection is from a Tonka Toys Executive who worked in the design department. We have Prototypes from many toy lines that were never released. We have prototype toys from all Tonka toy lines in all phases of toy pre-production.
Collectible Toy Buyers
If you’re looking to sell toys Wheeljack’s Lab is a collectible toy buyer. We would love to buy your old toy collection. Wheeljack’s Lab has been buying and selling toys for three decades. We offer immediate communications, advance payment, and prepaid shipping. If the collection warrants, we will even pick up your collection! Quotes are given the same day. We will be certain to give your used toys new homes with people who greatly appreciate them as much you did. Sell toys.
Author: Chris Ingledue
Bio: I’m the founder and owner of Wheeljack’s Lab. My vision has always been to reunite customers with their favorite childhood toys, triggering fond memories, and reigniting their imaginations. Every day I work in the “lab” where it’s Christmas 365 days a year; scouring the internet – like we did the Sears Catalog of yesteryear – for the next great treasure, awaiting the arrival of the postman as if he was Santa Claus himself and helping collectors worldwide with their own versions of Christmas. Every day as a vintage toy buyer is an absolute joy!