Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Mystery Ship Comp

OK Swordies, get your thinking caps on. What's this toy?

7 comments:

  1. Is it a Shuttle (as in shuttle-bus not NASA Shuttle!) from the Enterprise?

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  2. I believe that is a shuttlecraft from the TV miniseries "V" from 1983.

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  3. The red swastika-like symbol is a dead giveaway.

    http://bid.profilesinhistory.com/Screen-used-Visitor-shuttlecraft-filming-miniature-from-V-The-Final-Battle_i10499674

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  4. Sorry Mav, Nyrath's got it bang on! V it is. They are among us!

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  5. Bloody lizard-men - I hate lizards...call me a racist but they should all go home -

    "The Earth for Earthmen!!!"

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  6. I got this from Argentina - so that's the origina of this toy. There were a number of V toys made in South America that never made it to Europe.
    http://geoffstoys.blogspot.pt/search/label/V

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    1. Argentina make some great plastic toys. You have a great collection Peter and a cool blog full of toys.

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