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In 1995 Galoob released a boxed collection with nine Micro Machines
vehicles and one bonus Indy figure from the three adventure films.
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Micro Machines Box Set

This box sets was sold in 1995 and contained a total of 10 vehicles and one Indiana Jones figure. The vehicles included in this box are:

Raiders of the Lost Ark:
1. Pontoon Bi-plane
2. Pan Am Clipper Plane
3. Flying Wing
4. German Staff Car

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom:
5. Duesenberg
6. Ford Trimotor Plane
7. Mine Car with figures

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade:
8. Wooden Motor Boat
9. Zeppelin with Bi-plane
10. German Tank

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Back of blister

Micro Machines Blisterpacks

These vehicles were also sold in Spain as seperate blisterpacks. There were 3 different packs, each representing one of the Indiana Jones films.

Each blisterpack contained 3 vehicles and 1 Indiana Jones figure. The Raiders pack contained the same Indy figure as in the US box set. The Temple of Doom pack contained a different Indy figure with machete and whip. And the Last Crusade pack included the young Indy figure.

The Flying Wing vehicle was not included in any of the blisterpacks.


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Unproduced Playset

Here you see some photos of an amazing unproduced Galoob Micro Machines playset.

Nick, the lucky owner of this playset, has the following to add:
"This item was a ONE off prototype that was presented to Galoob toy company a number of years ago. It has a number of action features - when you press the Rock, the Tanker car flips. The Golden Idol triggers a falling wall and much more".

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The artist responsible for the Indy illustration on the Micro Machines box is Jayson Palmer. Palmer also designed a Box for this toyline which was eventually not used by Galoob.

Here on the left you can view Palmer's original illustration, used as inspirations for the lighter/orange Indy Micro Machines Box released in 1995.

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