Hardy Boys in 3D

Hardy Boys in 3D

While I have no doubt the show was a hit with teenagers, I’m not sure if model car building male teenagers were the ones that would appreciate minature versions of Parker Stevenson and Shaun Cassidy inside their van.
Vans of course, were completely integral to mystery solving teams during the entire decade thanks to stringent regulations created by the Ford administration’s “Clue Club” act.

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  • Wings on March 3, 2011

    Don't recall ever seeing this. Seems like something boys would build and their sisters would have enjoyed. But hey, who knows?

  • Umbratikus on March 3, 2011

    The "Clue Club" act, which was heavily influenced by the Mystery Machine lobby.

  • Alphacentaurian on March 4, 2011

    Other legislature would deal with tension and action, as according to the Quinn Martin bill.

  • Too Svelte on March 4, 2011

    Or there's the Mike Brady Bill which I'd support way more than its namesake. It would require you to wait three days before buying bell bottom jeans or any of these godawful pants featured on this website. Oh, if only it could really exist.

  • Anonymous on March 22, 2011

    This item would have taken off if only more people knew about the Mail Away Slides titled: The Hardy Boys investigate Nancy Drew and friend into the back of the van!

  • cherril fomby on November 20, 2023

    Is this item still available for purchase on or through your site? Much thanks, Cherril.

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