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    1978

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      MARKLIN TOY CATALOGUE 1979 UK
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        http://thumbs3.picclick.com/d/l400/p...ALOGUE-1974-75.



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            1971

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              1995

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                      Originally posted by darren View Post
                      I used to have an Action Man poster with this on.

                      I had a Space Ranger & the Space Speeder, I wanted the Solar Hurricane but my parents either couldn't find it in the shops or thought it was too expensive.

                      Marvel's ROM Space Knight doing a bit of Moonlighting for Palitoy!
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                        they look pretty strong toys and well made.

                        Glad i could bring back good memories for ya.

                        Did the poster come with the toys you had.

                        Did they cost much.


                        Originally posted by richard1978 View Post
                        i used to have an action man poster with this on.

                        I had a space ranger & the space speeder, i wanted the solar hurricane but my parents either couldn't find it in the shops or thought it was too expensive.

                        Marvel's rom space knight doing a bit of moonlighting for palitoy!
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                            ARGOS 86

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                              Originally posted by darren View Post
                              they look pretty strong toys and well made.

                              Glad i could bring back good memories for ya.

                              Did the poster come with the toys you had.

                              Did they cost much.
                              Thanks, while Action Men seemed to be well made the heads could come off if you got them wet & the glue unstuck. This happened when my brother tried out his Seaplane in the bath & the pilot fell in.

                              IIRC the poster came with something we bought, can't remember any prices though.

                              I remember some of the girls at school having Keypers & my sister having Princess the swan, which I got in trouble for picking it's lock with my penknife!
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