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Kolektik's collections


Tin toy steam engine

Posted on January 13, 2013 at 10:07 AM Comments comments ()

A tin toy steam engine.

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Tomy Dashboard / Cockpit

Posted on January 13, 2013 at 9:33 AM Comments comments ()

Early 80's you had these Tomy and other brands toy cockpits. They looked very impressive with a lot of handles, knobs, lights and noise.
The screen suggests a computer feature but is in fact an ingenious electro-mechanical system: A light with a rotating plastick screen with a print of a road and vehicles. Your car on the screen is glued on a plastic stick. By steering the wheel it moves left or right while the racecourse rotates under it.
The airplane cockpit actually gives pretty realistic simulation of a flight, the 20 seconds before you crash into the ground to be exactly... It's paranoid ! The screen runs crazy and the noise drives you(r parents) mad ! The guy doing the video review of the racing car version sums up the features and fun perfectly!

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Various car toys

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 12:18 PM Comments comments ()

Toy Gas pumpToy Gas pumpToy Gas pumpRemote control racecar, boxed
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A vintage gas pump for a racing course. The pump is magnetic and when you connect it to a car you can let the meter run and the bell ring. Runs on batteries. Mint condition boxed and a spare one !

A mechanical wire-remote control racing car, boxed with colourfull graphics.

A Russian toy truck, boxed with some warranty paper.

60's shooting & ball game

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 11:58 AM Comments comments ()

Nice graphics and fresh colours on this wooden set of 60's toys.
When you shoot the targets, they flip backwards. The second one is obviously a basket to dunk a ball in. 

Wind up chicken that lays eggs

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 11:21 AM Comments comments ()

This metal wind up chicken, made in china, makes noises and humps around. You can fill it with little eggs that she drops here and there.

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Atari 2600 Game console

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 9:07 AM Comments comments ()

The Atari 2600 is my favorite game console. I't's black with wooden panels and you have to jam a game cardridge in it to play. Can't get any cooler than that ! Except for the joysticks, these are just as nice and beloved. They even had wireless joysticks which had big rubber coated antennas and a special paddle to play Pong and other games with. Through the years I collected different types of the console, some games and accessories that I post up here.

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Atari 2600 River Raid game cardridgeAtari 2600 Wireless Joysticks, boxedAtari 2600 Wireless Joysticks boxAtari 2600 Warranty

Game consoles - TV computergames

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 8:40 AM Comments comments ()

Tennis TV GameTennis TV GameTennis TV GameTennis TV Game
AudioSonic Sports TV GameAudioSonic Sports TV GameConic TV Game, boxedTennis TV Game
Tennis TV GameSports TV GameSports TV GameZanussi Ping-O-Tronic, Tennis TV game
Vectrex consoleVectrex consoleAtari 2600 Game console, boxedSega Genesis 16 bit console, boxed, mint condition
Sega Mega DriveSega Mega Drive 16bitMattel Aquarius Basic Programming computer, boxedStar Wars TV Game, 90's edition

Back to the origin of computergames, cavemen played PONG, the ultimate tennis game. Through the years many brands released their version of this game, usually with lame exta's, allthough the gun accessory was revolutionary back then and got more succes with Nintendo's NES 8bit Duck Hunt. The TV games were soon followed up by these cardridge consoles, Atari 2600 (Separate post ofcourse) , Mattel Intellivision, Sega and thats where I lost interest in most consoles that came after.

Various space toys

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 8:04 AM Comments comments ()

Found at the fleamarket: A box full  of 70's space toys and figures. Some great german made stuff, fantastic vehicles from Japan and a range of astronauts !
The Star Wars items are categorized in a separate Star Wars post.

Various vintage toys

Posted on January 10, 2013 at 11:23 AM Comments comments ()