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Old 18-08-2010, 09:04 PM   #1
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Here's an item of beauty, you had to eat a lot of Sugar Smacks in 1969 to send off for this 8" kit, but it was worth it.....

I strongly suspect this was produced for Kellogs by Lincoln, based on nothing more than it feels like a Lincoln kit....

Anybody got the FAB1?



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Far and away the best representation of Mac's Jet Air Car in toy format. It outshines the Dinky diecast, Vivid Imaginations release from the 1990's and the C21-Toys versions in terms of look, feel and contour... Even the characters resemble their puppet counterparts... Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
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I ve only seen one Kelloggs FAB 1 and that was on Jim Stevensons stall,minus the radiator,many years ago.

A large Kelloggs SPV was available too(God Sugar Smacks tasted awful though.My Mum used to buy them when Sooty and Sweep and Doctor Who were on the packet.)
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I ve only seen one Kelloggs FAB 1 and that was on Jim Stevensons stall,minus the radiator,many years ago.

A large Kelloggs SPV was available too(God Sugar Smacks tasted awful though.My Mum used to buy them when Sooty and Sweep and Doctor Who were on the packet.)
I have an incomplete SPV, anyone selling spares for them would clean up....
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Wow,i can almost taste the Sugar Smacks....
this brings back memorys,i had an original Captain Scarlet packet up until the mid 1980`s from the 1960`s it had the SPV mail away advert on the back,and i remember there was an explination as to S.I.G. and S.I.R.,i never heard the latter on the show
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Wow,i can almost taste the Sugar Smacks....
this brings back memorys,i had an original Captain Scarlet packet up until the mid 1980`s from the 1960`s it had the SPV mail away advert on the back,and i remember there was an explination as to S.I.G. and S.I.R.,i never heard the latter on the show
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