Toys of the Seventies, Evel Knievel

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The Evel Knievel Toy line was introduced in 1973. The stunt cycle never used the air pump, or the plastic with teeth. You put the stunt cycle on what was called the Energizer and cranked the little handle on the side about 10 times then stop and the Stunt Cycle with the poseable Evel Knievel figure would take off, jump ramps or anything else that got in its way. There was the Stunt Cycle, The Scramble Van, The Strato-Cycle, The Stunt & Crash Car, The Funny Car, The Dragster and a bunch of other toys in the Evel Knievel line. If You can find any of these Mint in the box, they are worth a lot of money, just check out eBay under "Evel Knievel" The Stunt Cycle if found in Mint, Sealed Box can go for as high as 0. The Strato-Cycle if found Mint in Sealed box can fetch anywhere from 0 to ,200. The Silver High Jumper if found in Mint Sealed Box, Good Luck by the way, can fetch ,500 and up! One of the best toys EVER produced and Highly Collectible now! Thanks, Anthony Rice
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Rob Lambert - June 18, 2018 - Report this comment
Found a comic book ad for different Evel Knievel stunt vehicles (Ideal Toys). The Super Jet Cycle, Funny Car, Stunt Cycle, Chopper bike and Canyon Sky Cycle. Ad was on back cover of issue #2 of "Welcome Back, Kotter" by DC. Front cover has Woodman driving his car into Kotter's classroom. Main story was about Epstein's habitual practical joking. The fun ended when one of his jokes lands his kid brother in the hospital. Comic includes a PSA with Superman on how to solve family conflicts (father and son) without resorting to violence. The comic was from late 1976, long before the term "domestic violence" became commonplace.

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