Micro Machines dealer catalogue by Ideal Toys

Cover. Micro Machines 1991/92 Ideal/Lewis Galoob Toys catalogue. France.

Produced by Galoob Toys in 1987 and currently owned by Hasbro, Micro Machines is a line of miniature scale vehicles and play sets. As well as producing their own vehicles Galoob held licenses for well-known TV and film franchises such as Star Trek, Star Wars, James Bond, Power Rangers and MIB, as well as producing a series of Rockin’ Wheels sets that featured the touring vehicles of famous bands such as AC/DC, Deep Purple and others.

TVTA is pleased to present selected new scans from an interesting Micro Machines catalogue I recently acquired: a 1990/91 unstamped dealer catalogue. It’s licensed to Ideal Toys from Lewis Galoob Toys, and was aimed at the French-speaking market. (This is my earliest so far catalogue for Micro Machines; the others can be seen in my post here)

Enjoy the images 😎

Micro Machines Motors. Ideal Toys. France. 1990/91.


Micro Machines X Rays. Ideal Toys. France. 1990/91.


Micro Machines Micro Vision. Ideal Toys. France. 1990.


Micro Machines Mega Monsters. Ideal Toys. France. 1990/91.



Micro Machine Specials. Ideal Toys. France. 1990/91.


Micro Machines Micro Planes. Ideal Toys. France. 1990.


Micro Machines Retro Friction. Ideal Toys. France. 1990.


Rear cover. Micro Machines 1991/92 Ideal Toys / Lewis Galoob Toys catalogue. France.


Thanks for getting micro with us πŸ™‚

11 thoughts on “Micro Machines dealer catalogue by Ideal Toys

  1. Hi there, I wouldn’t have doubted that for a moment! The” Starships” packs are cool but they do tend to lead to you getting duplicates of certain ships when you buy a double pack then have to buy another to get a ship you are missing. Sneaky Sith styled marketing if you ask me. At least the car and earthbound vehicle packs didn’t “Force” you to buy duplicates as often.

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  2. …. and it sure is micro! The smallest toy I ever had, and loved was my Troll Doll. I made lots and lots of outfits for it.

    Hey! A toy company in Toronto (Spin Master) just bought the rights to Rubik’s Cube for $65 million Canadian $$$$. Crazy!

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