one stiff breeze and that rocket ends up on someone's balcony. take it to a football field kids.
i was wondering if you could help me with a toy query please?i was a kid in the 70's growing up in ireland and at around the time i got an evel knevel set i got this other cool similar toy.the difference being that this time you had this silver glove you wore which had a battery pack on it,that when you touched the pads on the fingers to tha back of this 'rocket bike' when you released your fingers after a quick charge,the bike would speed off.any idea what the hell im talking about?cheers in advancegobshyte
http://cgi.ebay.com/MEGO-COMMANDER-ZACK-POWER-POWER-LIGHTNING-CYCLE-BOX-/360185244912?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item53dcb6acf0it was called Zack Power in the US, it had a different name in the UK, I think it was Mike Zoom.
mate thats brilliant.thanks a million for your help.ive been searching for that for years.seriously everyone else i asked had no idea what i was on about.i looked on google for ,mike zoom,and there it was.from palitoy as well i think.now ive got to see where i can find me a working model!thanks so much for your extremely fast reply.top detective work mate.
Brian does it again! Way to go Batman!
I can testify that the Astro Blast rocket launcher was an extremely cool toy. The launch mechanism could be rotated to fire rockets AT things (like action figures on tables or shelves) as well as straight into the air. Without the rockets, it worked as an air gun, launching surprisingly powerful little bursts of air across the room -- Perfect for annoying dogs or other children.
Mattel Star was a bootleg Barbie
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