Buys of the Week
Sharing some of our recent brands we have been getting in! Always seemingly getting Transformers, G.I. Joes, Star Wars, Thundercats and He-Man collections. If you’re looking to “sell toys”, “sell old toys”, “sell my toys” or “sell vintage toys” give us a try. We are vintage toy buyers for most toys from 1960-2000.
Sell Transformers Collection
Transformers toy line began in 1984. The toy line follows the civil war between the Autobots and the Decepticons. Transformers are sentient transforming robotic lifeforms. These wonderful toys are sold by Hasbro, with most being produced by Takara.
Sell Star Wars Action Figures
The Kenner toy company produced the line Star Wars action figures. The 100+ figures they made are based on characters Star Wars movie trilogy released from 1977 to 1985. The line started with only 4 figures. They jumped to 12, 16 and 20 respectively. Those 20 figures, along with some vehicles, powered George Lucus to self fund the production of The Empire Strikes Back.
Sell He-Man Toys
He-Man and Masters of the Universe (MOTU) is a medieval toy line created by Mattel in 1982. As always we have a conflict between two opposing factions. Those factions are led by He-Man (the good guy) and Skeletor (the bad guy) on the planet Eternia, each with vast armies of unique soldiers.
Sell Thundercats Collections
Thundercats action figures were made by LJN starting in 1985. Following the catlike humanoids called, you guessed it, Thundercats. They left their planet of Thundera to settle on a future Earth. They are under constant attack by Mumm-Ra and his followers.
Buying G.I. Joe Toy Collections
Hasbro starting G.I. Joe in 1964. The namesake was inspired by the 1945 film The Story of G.I. Joe, starring Robert Mitchum. Hasbro created a different figure for the four branches of the military (Navy, Amry, Air Force, and Marines). Multiple outfits and equipment packs were also available right from the start. While far from the original design today, Stephen Sommers and Jon M. Chu brought G.I. Joe figures back to life in recent movies.
Sell Rough Riders Stompers Toys
Rough Riders Stompers launched in 1980 and were sold by Schaper Toys. Five battery-powered trucks and two playsets were in the first collection. The following were the most popular trucks: Chevrolet K-10 Scottsdale, Chevrolet Blazer, Dodge Warlock, Ford Bronco, and Jeep Honcho. In 1983, the second generation of Stompers vehicles came out.
Sell Old Stretch Armstrong Toys
The Stretch Armstrong action figure collection was released in 1976 by Kenner. These toys are made of latex rubber and filled with gelled corn syrup. This allows the toys to retain the new shape for a short time before shrinking to its original shape. The ‘Basic Series’ consisted of five action figures – Ollie Octopus, Stretch Armstrong, Stretch X-Ray, Stretch Serpent, and Spiderman.
Sell Vintage Universal Monsters Toys
Universal Monsters were released by Remco in 1979. In this collection, there were a few different sizes of action figures. You could purchase the 8 inch scale, a mini-monster, or hand puppets. Dracula, Frankenstein, Mummy, and Wolfman were some of the most popular. Eight inch action figures. Most of these action figures could be purchased in mini or puppet form as well.
Sell Mego Toy Collections
Mego Corporation was originally known for manufacturing many series of action figure toys, such as Planet of the Apes and superheroes. In 1976 Mego became famous for producing celebrity dolls as well. These dolls were 8 inches tall and had interchangeable bodies. The first dolls were Sonny and Cher. Farrah Fawcett, Jacklyn Smith, Diana Ross, Suzanne Somers, and Captain and Tennille. Kiss celebrity dolls were later launched.
Buying Street Sharks Collectible Toys
In 1994, Mattel launched Street Sharks, a line of shark action figures. There was a TV series that helped promote this line of action figures. There were five different series of sharks that were launched. Big Slammu, Blades, Dr. Paranoid, Jab, Killamari, Ripster, Slash, and Slobster were some of the action figures released.
Sell Vintage Toys
At Wheeljack’s Lab, we are both vintage toy buyers and vintage toy sellers. We currently have nearly 4,000 vintage toys for sale.
1980’s Prototype Action Figures
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 vintage 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!