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Thread: Flash Gordon: Dr. Zarkov's Ship by Castaway Toys

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    Flash Gordon: Dr. Zarkov's Ship by Castaway Toys

    I'm not sure when this toy was made, so I put it in Classic Toys.







    You are transparent; I see many things... I see plans within plans.

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    Nice! I love Flash Gordon toys and space ship toys, so this is a double winner for me.

    -M

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    Is it real small and solid lead ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Is it real small and solid lead ?
    What do you consider real small, Mikey?
    You are transparent; I see many things... I see plans within plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. View Post
    What do you consider real small, Mikey?
    I used to collect garage made lead miniatures back in the 80's.

    Most were between 1" to like 3" long.

    They were usually comprised of 2 - 4 parts that were easily super-glued together.

    This Flash Gordon ship super reminds me of them in style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    I used to collect garage made lead miniatures back in the 80's.

    Most were between 1" to like 3" long.

    They were usually comprised of 2 - 4 parts that were easily super-glued together.

    This Flash Gordon ship super reminds me of them in style.
    Very cool. Do you still have any of them today? Would love to see pics.

    The ship is 3 1/4" and made of wood. Lots of detail for such a small piece.
    You are transparent; I see many things... I see plans within plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. View Post
    Very cool. Do you still have any of them today? .
    Unfortunately sold all mine off in the late 90's

    Got a good price for them at the time --- guessing the peeps that bought mine liked the paint jobs.

    From what I can remember I had Fireball XL5, Stingray, C-57D, Supercar, ...and a few more
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    I have this,this came with GoHero's Buck Rogers figure some years back.

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    Pardon,I mean the GoHero buster crabbe flash gordon

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    ^Castaway released some of the GoHero figures under their brand as well.

    The proposed 8" Buster Crabbe Flash figure from Castaway was based on the 12" version. Unfortunately, it never came to be.
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