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Vintage 1-2-3 Transformers Set - $20 (Lumberton)

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E. 2nd St.
condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Tonka

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I have a gently used and working 1-2-3 Transformers set for sale. They are Policeman Pete and Recue Roy.

Policeman Pete is the blue off-road buggy, came out in 2002 and is electronic. Press the star shaped button on the hood to hear 3 things: police siren, 'Buckle up, we're in pursuit!' and 'Let's go to robot mode!'. This uses 3 button type batteries.

The first toy in the short-lived Tonka 1-2-3 Transformers toyline, Rescue Roy is a massive firetruck with electronic lights and sounds. In truck mode, he has twin "ladders", each with an adjustable (non-firing) water cannon on top. Pressing the rectangular button behind his cab activates his headlights, a horn sound followed by sirens and flashing emergency lights, and the occasional "This is Rescue Roy! Let's go to robot mode! Pulling the emergency flasher on his right shoulder outward pops his robot head up (you can also do this in truck mode too), accompanied by his headlamps and eyes lighting up, and one of several randomized phrases (often accompanied by a horn or sirens): "When danger calls, I answer with action!", "We're a tough, two-man team!", "Let's save the day, in a big way!", "You're the real hero, partner!", "Chief! Prepare the water cannons!" and "We'll blast the red stuff with the wet stuff!".

Once in robot mode, pressing the big round button on his backpack pops out a pair of flight wings, with a mighty cry of "Let's take to the air!" followed by roaring jet sounds and flashing lights. He boasts an impressive amount of poseability for a toy aimed at a younger audience, with over 16 points of articulation (including both thumbs).

If none of his electronics are activated for a while, Rescue Roy will automatically turn off with a final phrase "Rescue Roy 1, signing off!". You can also prevent accidentally turning him on with a little ON/OFF switch at the bottom of his backpack. Rescue Roy runs on three AAA batteries. The last 2 photos are from the internet showing them transformed & Pete's box back. In a smoke free home.

In your reply, put '123' in the subject line and tell WHEN you can pick up from my home. I respond to replies by e-mail. Local sales only.

The Toy Lady

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