MONOGRAM… quality model kits since 1945

Monogram began life in 1945 making balsa wood model kits of ships and airplanes. Their rival company (TVTA entry: Revell) started making plastic kits to which Monogram responded with their own range of “All Plastic” “Plastikits”.

The rivalry between the two companies continued over the years until they joined forces to become one company. Today they continue to enjoy that partnership.

See partnership: revell.com

TVTA is pleased to present its collection of Monogram print adverts covering models dated between 1974 to 1988, along with Monogram special offers, competitions, and special licenses.



Monogram SpeedeeBilt Flyers. US. 1977.

Monogram Street Machines. US. 1978.


Snap Tite models

Monogram Snap Tite Armor Kits. US. 1976.


Monogram models various, and special offers



Monogram Radio Control

Monogram Tornado Radio Control. US. 1987.


Entry updated September 2019 with new images.

GOBOTS

Gobots was a Japanese toyline featuring transforming action figures and play-sets that were licensed to the Tonka company between 1983 and1987. Among the GoBots derivatives are magazines, books, video games, a 1984 Hannah Barbera cartoon series and model kits made by MONOGRAM.

US. The New Mutants. 1985.

US. The New Mutants. 1985.

More GoBots info at: Transformerland.com