I had that Supercar when I was a kid. I begged and begged my folks for it for Christmas and being a kid I found it stashed away in the closet waiting for December 25th. Great toy! I think, if I remember right it was produced by Remco. I remember the box it came in. Supercar setting on the cardboard base with a large clear dome housing it. Wish I still had it along with my Fireball XL5.John P said:When I was a kid, say about 1963, I had an orange plastic Supercar. It was motorized, and you inserted variously-shaped cams into it to make it drive around in different patterns.
Yeah, I'm almost sure it was produced by Remco. One of my sisters got that for me for Christmas. Ranks up there with the Space city playset as one of my favorite toys. Looking forward to Product Enterprise's diecast versions of Supercar and Fireball XL5.RogueJ said:if I remember right it was produced by Remco.
You take that back!A Taylor said:The new diecast is very accurate to the show, but nothing beats the nostalgia of a toy you had as a kid, even if it was pretty crappy looking in reality.
Ah! Don't forget about the lovely gold on the front section where the White panels should be and I believe on the rear deck.A Taylor said:Cool, guys.
John, it was definitely orange and all one color of orange at that.
As crappy as it was, I'd still love to have one!
Doh! Sorry for the late reply, I didn't see this until MJB posted.woof359 said:any in person pictures yet ANthony? you got my intrest, been watching the site and waiting.