"The Striped Tomato," Starsky's 1974-76 Ford Gran Torino.

Classic Cars : “The Striped Tomato,” Starsky’s Ford Gran Torino.⚡️Get Tons of Free …

The original Corgi Batmobile vehicle was a limited edition range produced by Corgi

The original Corgi Batmobile vehicle was a limited edition range produced by Corgi

Masters of the Universe Classics He-man action figure by Mattel

MOTUC He-man, Beast Man, Skeletor action figures

One of the most overlooked muscle cars, until the movie Gran Torino w/Clint Eastwood. This car was nothing short of impressive, and the design give the car remarkable lines. The biggest engine was a V8 351 four barrel, nicknamed ‘Cobra Jet’, paired with the 4 speed hurst transmission

The 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport , Sport(Fast) back*Edit* Calling body guys** - Archive

Evil Knievel Stunt Cycle - cool, cool, cool... Wind the bike up with the crank, set up a ramp, and watch him go... Jumped him over every toy I owned

Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle - one of my all-time favorite toys. Much bigger than the later similar crank up motorcycle toys. Evel was like tall.

He-Man and Battlecat

he-man characters

Outrun...played this countless times after the swimming baths

Name the arcade classic? Gran Turismo owes a lot to this game paving the way!

Daley Thompson's Decathlon, Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48k

Daley Thompson’s Decathlon, Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Faster than a waggling Kempston,

Exhibit 63. BAMBOOZLE 1993. First appearing on our screens in 1973 as the BBC service Ceefax, Teletext exploited the space available for broadcast not used by the television picture. Using these extra lines to send pages of text and block graphics, it was a precursor to the World Wide Web. Whilst predominantly used as an information service, interactive comics and simple games also had their place. Two of the most popular were Channel 4’s Bamboozle and ITV’s video game magazine Digitiser.

Ceefax is being switched off today.made us remember the days of playing Bamboozle before school. Yes, this was technically on Teletext, but.