from Gerry Anderson's live action series, UFO. The
plastic car measures about 3 inches long, and comes with a
plastic 4 inch display case. This mobile is from a Konami
UFO series. Each box contains one of seven random "pre-
figures" from the show. This mobile is an example of
"Gashapon", which means "capsule" and originally referred
dispensed in gumball machines, Nowadays, "Gashapon" refers
but sometimes intricately detailed toys which are usually
packaged in a
"blind box" series.
inch tall, plastic TB1 from Thunderbirds was made
in China by WT Venture in 2004. Turning the bottom fins
retractable landing gear. The wings can also be extended.
Johnny Lightning/ Playing Mantis hailed the
new millenium with a look back. "Another classic TV
Hollywood on Wheels" reads the tag on this series of
from The Mod Squad, Green Hornet, The Partridge Family,
and, as shown here, Supercar. The sixth was from the '90s;
Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me", which wasn't from TV .
from Hollywood, either, so the tag wasn't completely
But another line was: "Specially designed for the adult
three inch, color, metal Supercar came in what amounts to
case (the four inch Supercar graphic shown on the package
is actually a
cardboard cut out), so we just left ours in the package.
be great if the package was reclosable, so you could take
out and put it back, but it's not. One reason might
be that on
the package back was an ad for a real display case-- an
Lightning "table top" display case for $44.95 (plus $6.95
could display 30 "of your favorite 1:64 scale