I need something more valuable than gold... your knowledge! I´m betting that just like me, you have built a pile of parts from a wide range of collections. And from time to time, you go searching the web trying to identify this or that part. Sometimes, you can even come across this or that site and voilà, there it is, the part eluding you for so many years! I have helped identifying hundreds of parts as figures and vehicles. And sometimes I even get a kick out of it, and in the same spirit, I´ll try my luck with my dear friends and see how you can help me out here!
Most if not all these parts came with lots... of lots of action figures (parts, accessories, etc). I´m guessing some belong to obscure figures and/or brands. But some may eventually belong to "mainstream" lines from TF to Turtles, Biker Mice or Fantastic4.
These images are not scaled, so I used a quarter (25 cents) of a dollar when it was difficult to determine the size just by looking.
48- Robo Force Dred Crawler by Ideal, 1984.
Some of these really look cool, and cool stuff generally belongs to a cool line.
50 - Dark Knight Collection:Bruce Wayne with Quick Change Batman Suit, 54 - Robocop and the Ultra Police
Just like the accessories, I have a ton of incomplete figures and vehicles, and some of them are next to impossible to find info about. Hence the idea of reaching out to my dear friends and followers so that we together may find a way to post another complete set here! And obviously if the parts are not needed, those who identify them will have first dibbs!
I worked for a toys tore in Dallas and it was part of my job to be able to identify different figures. Accessories were never my thing since they always seemed to vanish soon after opening. lolReplyDelete
Yeah, it´s a hard job. I manage to find pretty much all of them, but it takes days, weeks, even months and years to come across the right images, loose (since MIB or MOC raraely help). Since this post, I already foun half a dozen of them. Great sites like www.figurerealm.com help a lot. Auctions too, and so on and so forth.ReplyDelete
That's how I found an image for that "whip" weapon for Cloudburst. Glad you're able to figure those out. Thanks for the link!ReplyDelete
No problem! There are quite a few cool sites like action figure archive. Pretty awesome work there too.ReplyDelete
62: Power Rangers first series. Black Ranger weapon.ReplyDelete
"Anonymous", you´re the man (or woman). Thank you for your help!ReplyDelete
I think I recognize 16. That's a Lego Piece for their Bionicle line... I think.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your help! Is it the same anonymous? lol Thanks ;)ReplyDelete
The 63 it´s a Playmobil item from 3531 set.ReplyDelete
@ Machado100: I was suspicious it could be Playmobil, since the handles fit the figures. Thanks!ReplyDelete
11. Bioman/liveman robot bootleg.ReplyDelete
45. Looks like lego technick or k´nex parts.
I have the 55 too, still unknown.
Thanks RBL. 55 is a Dino Riders weapon.ReplyDelete
Oh, I said, 45. It´s actually 49 that looks some parts form lego technick o k´nex.ReplyDelete
39. I saw a pringload gun like that in a rebranded pack of various dinosaur and action figures close to chapmei but some bigger and in a more childist style at Carrefour.
10 and 13. I think these have relationship with a small liveman/bioman robot bootleg. Look at the original big one´s sword http://pictures.todocoleccion.net/tc/2011/01/05/23829432.jpg
Thanks again RBL!!!ReplyDelete
#53 looks like a Mighty World cement block.ReplyDelete
Thanks garsh! You seem to be right!!!ReplyDelete
I think that #15 are a part of the Doomcycle (grey) and Turbocycle (red) from Mattel's Secret Wars series. They were vehicles (a motorcycle with a sidecar) for the superheroes and villains of Marvel. The parts go on top of a fin at the end of the seat for the pilot.ReplyDelete
Congratulations for the good and interesting blog.
Javier, thanks. I actually found that a couple of weeks ago when I posted the Turbocycle, but I DO appreciate your contribution! Thank you for the comment. I will refresh the pictures set and start a new cycle!ReplyDelete
#2 is from Biker Mice from MarsReplyDelete
#27 is legs from the Star Wars (Kenner) Tripod Cannon
#59 looks like one of the cannons for the playset for Remco's "Mantech" line. But the connector on the bottom looks weird, here's how mine looks: http://s1218.photobucket.com/albums/dd416/Feikn/Action%20Figures/Mantech%20playset/?action=view¤t=mantechbase3parts.jpg
So maybe it's from something else from Remco?
Moonchild666 is ripping!!! Thank you!ReplyDelete
#30 is from Toybiz (Charan Toy) Wolverine 5th edition.ReplyDelete
#64 is a Macross Valkyrie rifle. It is hollow, so it is from a scale like 1:100 or smaller.
Thank you formbx257, guys you should really check out his reviews on youtube, great stuff!ReplyDelete
51= White Ranger swordReplyDelete
54= Robocop gun
Thank you anonymous! ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks for helping ME identify a part like number 48!ReplyDelete
In exchange, I can tell you that #46 comes from the original MMPR Megazord toy (reference below)
#44 comes from one of the Micro machines connecting city sets, the Battle Block
This guy also seems to have some of the other stuff you're looking for:
4 Real Ghostbusters HelicopterReplyDelete
14 Guardian patrol (sectaurs knock off toyline)
18 Fantastic 4 fantasticar 1995 version
27 Kenner star wars tripod laser cannon
31 A team headquarters galoob (released in many colours)
33 Legions of Power toyline
40 Kenner Endor Forest ranger
43 Kenner ewok glider part
44 Micromachines battle block
46 power rangers 1993 megazord
50 Police academy Kenner larvel Jones
51 Power rangers white ranger…not sure which one
59 Mantech Remco