View Full Version : Does anybody remember M.A.C. men?
Aug 1, '07, 9:00 AM
I have a set of M.A.C.(Mobile Action Command or something like that) men, from the 1970's. They were put out by Lensey/ Matchbox, I believe. I am wondering what they are worth, but have never seen them on ebay.
Aug 3, '07, 11:55 AM
M.A.C. Mobile Action Command. I loved these when I was a kid. If you keep checking ebay you'll see them eventually. Usually in bunches when someone uncovers a yard sale or attic find. Loose ones don't seem to go too high. Complete vehicle sets fetch $3 - $7 a piece. I did see a couple of boxed sets go in the teens to mid $20 range about a year back. If I had small kids I'd take them off your hands just so they could play with them. They also had a mountain style playset that resembled the Marx Navarone play set if I'm not mistaken. I never got that but I had like 5 or 6 different vehicles. The light blue snow mobile, the orange six wheeler, and the drab green helicopter were my favorites. Man does this bring back memories.
Aug 3, '07, 4:19 PM
i remember those but have never searched ebay so i couldnt tell you a value. they were cool.
Yeah i got a bunch of figures and vehicles in my collection,One of my 70's hobby mag recommend them for customizing model kits in the same scale.
Aug 7, '07, 8:07 AM
Here is a site about them
Aug 25, '07, 3:23 PM
Yes i remember these. Actually had many of them. I believe the only difference was the color of the suit. All were white males correct? I still have a few in my toy collection.
Aug 25, '07, 3:42 PM
:terror:OMG!!!!!!!!! I had tons of these when I was growing up! My pocket Hulk would give them hell every chance he got! I loved those toys! I got a lot of these with Major Matt Mason peices! Now I know what they are I'll start looking for them again, and if they are as cheap as said, it'll be easy to pick some up! WOW! Thanks this made my day!
Aug 25, '07, 3:55 PM
Wow, those look pretty cool! I would have liked them a lot, but I don't recall seeing them. I must have missed them, somehow.
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