Robo-1 can seat up to two action figures and features a spring loaded missile launcher. Like the Robo-Cycle, which I posted about previously, Robo-1 has really cool blue-chrome armor on the front half.
The car's windshield/roof flips up to allow the passengers to be positioned inside. Notice how the seat backs have slots cut into them. This allows the figures to sit down, since they all have the cap firing levers on their backs.
Robo-1 is decorated with a handful of stickers. The car also has two side mounted black guns. Considering the fact that the figures all had cap firing features, I was always surprised the car didn't fire caps also.
The box to my Robo-1 has some wear and tear, but I've stored my car in it's original box along with my RoboCop figures since I was a kid. I really like the artwork on the box. The artist did a nice job of representing the chrome armor in the artwork. I had a ton of fun with this car as a kid.
It's a cool ride for Robo and isn't weird how super violent movies like RoboCop, Terminator and Toxic Avenger got made into kids toys and some into cartoons to boot? Always seemed strange to me.ReplyDelete
They are all great ideas for toylines (kids love robots, aliens, zombies, etc) but it's funny that the source material is a Rate R movie.ReplyDelete
Hey, the R rated movied were the best :) How many Rambo type storylines made it into our GI Joe play? :)ReplyDelete
There was a lot of people jumping to safety from exploding vehicles in my childhood adventures. I think Robo-Cop may have been the first R rated action movie I ever saw, and the only one until I was at least 12 or 13.Delete
Never knew that car existed.ReplyDelete
Awesome! We've been trying to find that car for sometimes now...ReplyDelete