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Thread: Heroes Of The American Revolution

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    Heroes Of The American Revolution

    I found these 2 guys in teh wild... an antique shop in PA. I havent seen em before and cant find out anything about em. The box flap sez to collect them all and I'd like to do what teh box tells me. Can anyone tell me about these guys and maybe where I can get some? No love on Ebay atm.






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    I saw a few of these on ebay over the last couple of days. I know they are out there but don't know who made them or when.
    "Hang on Lady... We go for a RIDE!" - Shorty to Willie Scott.Best movie line from Indiana Jones & the Temple Of Doom

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    Right on, I guess ill just keep an eye on ebay. And yeah, theres no date anywhere on em.

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    and evidently at least 9 of them.
    "Hang on Lady... We go for a RIDE!" - Shorty to Willie Scott.Best movie line from Indiana Jones & the Temple Of Doom

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    megolike.com

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    They have Trelane custom written all over them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMCE Hammer View Post
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    Dead-on! There is no better place to find all of the megolike products in existence. These figures are absolutely on his site. I know because that is how I first learned about them.
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    I had a couple of them when they came out. I know I had Washington and Nathan Hale. I put the Washington clothes and head on a Mego. The head does not have a plug, it has a hole so it had to be crafted. The body is pretty cheap hollow plastic with only movable arms and legs.

    I think if I am not mistaken they came out around 1976 for the bicentenial.

    I bought mine at K-Mart, they were not in the toy section but were in bins up by the checkout isles. Targeted audience was more like grandmas or something (less action figure and more doll-like.)

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    Last edited by Audiorij; Mar 15, '12 at 11:30 AM.

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    They are very cheaply made figures for the bicentennial. I did an article of the them awhile back with a lot of pics.

    Here you go:

    http://colonelrainestoychest.blogspo...rom-those.html


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