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Bionic Battle Saber – Inspired by the Six Million Dollar Man and toys

“We can rebuild him”. Check out this amazing bionics-inspired lightsaber, as created by fellow WP blogger ftsabersite.

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Hello Everybody, today I am taking on another “The Vintage Toy Advertiser Challenge” and it will take us back to the 1970’s TV show starring Lee Majors…The Six Million Dollar Man. The show which was loosely based on a novel titled “Cyborg” written by Martin Caidin tells the story of an Airforce Test Pilot – Colonel Steve Austin. Steve Austin was testing a new vehicle called a “Lifting Body” known as the M2-F2, but suffered a near fatal crash. He survived but suffered massive injury resulting in him losing his right arm, both legs and his eye. During the opening intro sequence of the show you see a real life crash of an M2-F2 piloted by Bruce Peterson which took place on May 10th 1967. Peterson survived the horrific crash with just(?) a broken wrist and severe damage to the skin of his face (he did later lose his…

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48, 55, 73, 76, 81, 98.

Do you have a favourite number? Can you find the numbers in the adverts below? What is the significance of the numbers in the post title? Some numbers may be relevant to you, others not. TVTA is proud to present a selection of twentieth century numbers. In no particular order. Join us as we countdown in three, two, one…


31.


007.


13.


6,000,000.


4.


5.


2.


2.


2000.


2 + A (1) = 3.


1664.


666.


999.


101.

France. Pif Gadget N° 616. 1981.


6.

UK. Film Review. July 1979.


1.

UK. 2000 AD. 1983.


440.

US. Weird War Tales. 1981.


5.

UK. Doctor Who Magazine. 2013.


1 – 90 or 1- 75 and other variations.


54.


100.