Toys of the Seventies, Farbs

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These were little race cars that were actually little men with racing helmets and goggles holding onto or sitting on the axels. I still have two of them. One is sitting up with his legs stretched out in front of him and the other one is on his hands and knees with his head bent down low. I thought they were very cool.
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Rob Lambert - February 05, 2018 - Report this comment
Mattel made Farbs in 1972. The Sears Wish Book listed the racing set (2 cars) for $7. They were powered like Sizzlers, and were launched onto track by what looked like shoes. Mattel described them as the "friendly, freaky, kooky cars." A similar racing set, Hot Shotz, was also available that year.

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