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    My & my brother had a Keycar.

    IIRC one was a Pontiac Firebird, & the other a Datsun 260Z.

    I still have the Firebird key around somewhere.
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      Wow u still have it.

      How long you had it.

      I assume u wound them up with the key.


      Originally posted by richard1978 View Post
      my & my brother had a keycar.

      Iirc one was a pontiac firebird, & the other a datsun 260z.

      I still have the firebird key around somewhere.
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        FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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          Originally posted by darren View Post
          Wow u still have it.

          How long you had it.

          I assume u wound them up with the key.
          I got them around 1982-3.

          The cars had a spring inside & when the key was inserted into a hole in the back the spring was compressed & would lock in place.

          When the key was squeezed the lock would release, the spring would stretch back into shape, & push the car forward.
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            1995
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              ​1990
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                FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                  Originally posted by Richard1978 View Post
                  I got them around 1982-3.

                  The cars had a spring inside & when the key was inserted into a hole in the back the spring was compressed & would lock in place.

                  When the key was squeezed the lock would release, the spring would stretch back into shape, & push the car forward.
                  I had a Magnum PI Police Car and another (which I forget now). Would have loved that A-Team van.

                  They sell these again now, saw them in a shop over here.

                  I had a K.I.T.T. one of these though.

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                    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                      FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                        CANT SAY IVE HEARD OF TUDOR TOYS.
                        ANYONE ELSE HEARD OF THEM.


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                          FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                            FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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                              Originally posted by darren View Post
                              My sister had Princess The Swan for her 4th birthday.

                              I once got in trouble for picking the lock with my penknife!
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                                Wasn't there a sexist commercial that had a boy trying to open a locked Keyper?

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