Vintage Toy Buys of the Week
After slowing down for a couple of weeks we are ramping back up again and posting our vintage toy buys. Bring you some of the best vintage toys around. We got some heavy hitters in stock this week, enjoy.
LJN Vintage ThunderCats
Thundercats toys were easily one of the bigger hits of the 1980’s. Thundercats flee their dying planet, are then attacked by Mutants of Plun-Darr. Forced to stop they arrive on Earth. The Mutants relocate them and the battling ensues!
Kenner M.A.S.K. Action Figure
The battle between the task force Mobile Armored Strike Kommand (M.A.S.K.) and the criminal Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem (V.E.N.O.M.). Each mask worn has a special ability. The original toys have very clever gimmicks.
Masters of the Universe (MOTU) He-Man Mattel
The conflict between He-Man and Skeletor is a mix of medieval and sci-fi tech. He-Man battles with Skeletor to prevent him from conquering Eternia.
Tyco Dino Riders Toys
First aired in 1988 and focuses on a battle between the heroic Valorians and the evil Rulon Alliance on a prehistoric Earth. The Valorians were a superhuman race, while the Rulons comprised several breeds of humanoid animals.
Vintage Star Wars Kenner Action Figures
Kenner was the toy company lucky enough to land the Star Wars toy line making over 110 unique action figures produced and sold from 1977 to 1985. In addition to making countless creatures, playsets, ships, and vehicles to complement those figures.
Hasbro G.I. Joe Vintage Action figures
With roots older than any other action figure, G.I. Joe spans back to 1963. G.I. Joe was a “mobile strike force”. Their mission to protect America from threats, chiefly Cobra Commander and his Cobra army.
Matchbox & Panosh Place Voltron Figures
Matchbox partnered with Popy, a division of Bandai produced the initial Voltron figures. The only problem was that Matchbox had to tweak all the toys to make them safety compliant in the US. Wonderful high-quality die-cast toys.
Mattel Shogun Warriors Toys
In 1978, Mattel’s Shogun Warriors arrived in stores. They were well-made, durable robots with spring-loaded weapons. In some cases, giant robots standing 24” tall. The line included figures, land vehicles, air assets, and monsters.
Bandai Godaikin Robots
Godaikin name originates from “gokin” and “dai, which means big alloy. Standing 10-12” tall the figures were impressive. By targeting a slightly older demographic this allowed them legally to keep their spring-loaded weapons.
G1 Transformers Vintage Hasbro
Transformers action figures were originally released in 1984 by Hasbro. The Transformers brand has been for sale ever since. Robots in disguise was a great concept. I hope you enjoyed this week’s vintage toy buys.
Sell Old Toys
At Wheeljack’s Lab, we are both vintage toy buyers and vintage toy sellers. We currently have nearly 5,000 vintage toys for sale.
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.
Vintage Toy Buyers
If you’re looking to sell vintage toys Wheeljack’s Lab is a vintage toy buyer. We would love to buy or take a look at your old toy collection. Wheeljack’s Lab has been buying and selling used toys for three decades. We offer immediate communications, advance payment, and prepaid shipping. If the collection warrants, we will even pick up your collection! Toy quotes are given the same day. We will be certain to give your old toys new homes with people who greatly appreciate them as you did. Sell vintage 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!