Toys of the Seventies

The toys in this section are not STRICTLY 70s only toys. We have toys that were widely available for purchase DURING the 70s. This section was recently redesigned, so if you have any problems please let ChuckyG know.

Are you an 70s toys expert or just totally baffled by a leftover 70s toys item in your possession? We have a page for Unknown 70s Toys when you can send in your pictures, or help others identify their unknown toys items.

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Fidget, Comment by Mrs. Ela on April 29, 2016 - Report this comment
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Sleek Streak, Comment by George Anton on April 29, 2016 - Report this comment
Another excellent flyer was Testor's Big Dipper. It was larger than most and had a substantial propeller with a considerable amount of rubber behind it. If you let it slip it would really wack your finger. It's larger size allowed for more rubber which enabled it to gain quite a bit of altitude.
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Sleek Streak, Comment by George Anton on April 26, 2016 - Report this comment
I'm looking at a North Pacific Sleek Streek right now that I found in my basement about a week ago. It says "Sleek" on the left wing, and "Streek" on the right wing. It's last flight was in 1973 just before I joined the United States Air Force. Sleek Streeks were the start of an aviation career that spanned 50 years of instructing, ag-flying, towing and flying gliders,... They're a blast to fly and a great instructional tool. Way back when, I balanced the prop and sprayed the landing gear and propeller a more proper flat black. This one is in pretty good shape. I'll MOH the engine, and she'll be ready to sign off. I Don't think I'll risk losing this rare little ship with a flight. I can't believe I still have a Sleek Streek!

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