1982 Fleetwood Toys Catalog- BJ and The Bear, Fall Guy, Marvel

1982 Fleetwood Toys Catalog- BJ and The Bear, Fall Guy, Marvel

1982 Fleetwood Toys Catalog
1982 Fleetwood Toys Catalog is very modest, a group of loose-leaf copies stapled together.

CHIPS 1982 Fleetwood Toys Catalog
CHiPs was the major player for 1982, Fleetwood managed to get a lot of mileage out of the motorcycle cop goodness.

Lone Ranger- 1982 Fleetwood Catalog
While Legend of the Lone Ranger wasn’t a box office success, the character itself still sold toys. Fleetwood was able to create a variety of toys thanks to the abundant tooling available in Hong Kong for wild west toys.

The Fall Guy- 1982 Fleetwood Catalog
The adventures of Colt Seavers made for some terrific rack toy potential. The Fall Guy license allowed Fleetwood to sell anything.

- 1982 Fleetwood Catalog

– 1982 Fleetwood Catalog Rainbow land


Marvel Comics- 1982 Fleetwood Catalog

Even though SGT. Fury comics didn’t sell as well as superheroes he got oodles of merchandise. It’s not surprising he was a big seller, plastic army men rule! Look at that Kirby-Esque artwork.

Marvel Comics- 1982 Fleetwood Catalog
The Topps Wacky Trucks are amazing and I want a set.



Toy-Ventures Magazine Issue 6- PlaidStallions

Toy-Ventures Magazine Issue 6- PlaidStallions

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