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80'S BARGAINS OF THE DAY


TOYS
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SNOOPY SNO CONE MAKER
SNOOPY (TALKING)
SNORKS
SNUGGLEBUMMS
SPEAK AND SPELL
SPIROGRAPH
SPINJAS
STARBIRD
STARCOM
STARRIORS
STAR TREK
STAR WARS
STOMPERS 4X4S
STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE
STRETCH ARMSTRONG
SUCKERMAN
SUPER POWERS
SUPER JOCK SPORTS
SUPER NATURALS
SWEETIE PUPS
SWEET SECRETS
SYLVANIAN FAMILIES
TEAM AMERICA BIKES
TEDDY BEDDY BEAR
TEDDY RUXPIN
TEENAGE NINJA TURTLES


STOMPERS/ROUGH RIDERS


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Stompers were battery powered 4X4 vehicles, sold by Schaper Toys, starting in 1980.  They were the first electric mini 4WD drive toys released, using a single AA battery to run both axles.  They were both battery operated 4X4 toy cars with big fat tires.  A company called LJN had a similar version of these called Rough Riders.  Some of the early vehicles included the Chevy Blazer, Dodge Warlock, Ford Bronco, Jeep Renegade, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep CJ, AMC SX/4, Subaru BRAT, Toyota SR5, Volkswagen Baja Bug, Jeep Honcho, Petebuilt semi-trailer, and Mack trucks. 

A second generation of Stompers was produced in 1983, featuring multiple speeds as well as an entire slew of new vehicles, including dump trucks, campers, drag racers, and even boats.  The vehicles came with foam tires for inside, and rubber tires for outside.  There were sets you could buy, like the Stunt Set, Badlands Set, Wild Country Set, and the Wild Mountain set.  As the 80ís rolled on, the Stomper got bigger and bigger, eventually running on C batteries.  By 1987, Tyco had taken over, changing the series little, but adding a few of their own personal touches.  In 2001, a company called Tinco took over production of the Stompers.     

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