The Most Incredible Van in the world (eBay Link) My friend Steve sent me this mainly because it looks like the real-world version of Brick Mantooth’s Van-Tooth. It’s always been my dream to live in a cool van of this nature. Not sure about the nekkid lady mural but I’ll cross that bridge after I […]
Vanity Fair made some unique licensed radios and turntables in the 70s. I particularly love the wrist radio (used for things like James Bond and Space: 1999) for Holly Hobby is surreal. However, it is all redeemed by the Fonzie jukebox, which functions as a prop for your Mego figures. The […]
A couple of fantastic publications have crossed my path recently that really brought me some joy, considering the year we’re having, I figured I should share. The Wonderful World of Wax Wrappers By Jason Young I love books about collectibles and I’m especially drawn to ones that are stuff I remember fondly but don’t […]
1976 was the year we reached “Peak Fonzie” Check out our Instagram Get the expanded digital edition of Rack Toys here.
This may be the spiffiest Fonzie toy ever made and if I’m not mistaken, it’s in scale with the Mego doll!
Between Happy Days and Welcome Back Kotter, the 70s were a golden age for sitcom related bedding. Sadly, my children only know Fonzie now as “The Guy on the Pillow Case”.
Happy Days Colouring and Activity Book Another colouring book I found rummaging through Planet of the Stuff a couple of weeks ago. Like a lot of 70s kids, I non-ironically stood in a mirror going “Ayyyyy!” and begged my parents for a leather jacket. I loved Happy Days, had a Mego Fonize doll and even bought […]
For those of you who ever wondered “was there a Happy Days cartoon where the gang travelled through time along with this dog Mr named Cool or was that just a weird dream brought on by too much chipotle?” Here is your terrifying answer…. Rack Toys: Cheap, Crazed Playthings is a limited edition 144 page […]