Remember the Playmobil 70750 The A-Team Van set we saw in June that got us all excited? Well, it is now officially listed on Playmobil website. The star of the show is, of course, the van itself.
Not everyone can afford to own a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, let alone becoming a race car driver. But Playmobil will gladly sell you one for very much less. Sure. The Playmobil 70764 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup is a toy car, but damn, it is gorgeous like the real deal.
Clearly, Playmobil understands that its toy vehicles are as much as kids’ toys as collectibles. The German toy maker has released two new special editions of Volkswagen Playmobil toy cars.
The Playmobil 70548 Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise playset that we talked about in June has gotten the official words. It has been listed on Playmobil.us and in addition to Entertainment Earth, we noted that Amazon is also accepting pre-orders for the set.
We hate to shove more Playmobil products into your face. But man, the German toy maker is having a blast with official licensed toys that are too good to pass. Just too good.
Well, what do you know? Playmobil is having a blast with officially licensed products. In addition to Back to the Future, Scooby-Doo and more recently, A-Team, it now has got the world’s famous fictional international man of mystery covered.
80s have given birth to a number iconic vehicles. From K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider to Mystery Machine Van from Scooby-Doo to Bell 222 in Airwolf. While most of them has gotten some love from toy makers, the GMC Vandura as seen in 80s action series A-Team hasn’t. But that changes with the Playmobil 70750 The …
With the DMC DeLorean taking all the spotlight, all other vehicles that appeared in the Back to the Future trilogy becomes rather unremarkable. However, there was one other vehicle that fans will definitely dig and it is the Marty’s pickup, a 1985 pickup truck.
Ten years ago, LEGO gave the world a buildable model of one of the most endearing vehicle of all time, the 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van. Ten years on, there is another 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van toy. This time, its from LEGO’s competitor, Playmobil.
Having a Playmobil Scooby-Doo The Mystery Machine to push around is no fun without an adventure. And adventure is exactly what you will get with the Playmobil Scooby-Doo! Adventure in the Mystery Mansion Playset. This time, Fred and Daphne is joined by Scooby.