The Nikko Black Fox was a popular 2WD off-roader, and one of the first of it’s kind to mimic the larger, kit buggies in ready-to-run form.
This early, high quality R/C Chevy Blazer 4WD was a big hit in countries like the USA and the UK, and many remember it as their first R/C car.
This perfect scale replica of the famous off-road Mercedes Unimog 4WD truck is one of the nicest looking ready-to-run R/C models produced in the 80s.
As the 1990s began, Japanese toy manufacturer Taiyo’s latest sensation, the rubber tracked ‘Fast Traxx’ would go on to become one of their biggest hits.
The 1980s wasn’t just an era of R/C cars, but an era of cool (and expensive) new R/C toys of all kinds. And one of
Just a very short message to say: Thank you, everyone, for visiting this little site. R/C Toy Memories has now reached 100,000 views. And visitors
Ever read a book or news article, or watched a TV special about “Classic Toys”? If you have, chances are it mentioned famous names like
Here are some rarely-seen images of Tamiya’s R/C toy production during the 1980s. Plus a short video documentary about the company.
Back in the early days of eBay, the site functioned as a clearing house for garage sellers and traders of collectibles. These days, I feel
When collecting old toys and games, some people will pay thousands of dollars more for the packaging or box, than the item itself. Others send
A 1/10 scale dune buggy from Nikko, designed for both on and off road fun thanks to shiftable gears and lots of rugged detail.
In the 1980s, Uncle Pete’s Toys was the toy shop that every kid who lived around Sydney wanted to visit. While a few smaller Uncle