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Set of 4 Lost in Space Heavyweight Metal Vehicles Includes Chariot, Robot, Jupiter 2 and Space Pod

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  • The first B9 Lost in Space Toys were far from accurate. The first Lost in Space Robot toys, made by Remco in 1966, with a black torso and bright red legs and arms were quite hideous and expensive to boot. Still they sold rather well being the only ones available. And a strange fact is that an army of the little deformed Lost in Space Toys / bubble-headed boobies were actually painted gold and used in an episode of Lost in Space.

    - Franklin Mint : USA : 1998 : "Lost in Space B9" : Lost in Space Toys: The Robot is posed in a diorama against "space rocks". It has a glass bell jar that covers it and is mounted on a platform that looks like the J2. It speaks with a light that flashes in sync. It is probably the most accurate scale model ever produced.

  • Lost in Space Toys: The Robot. Every boy who has followed the Lost in Space series must have, at one time or another, dreamed of owning that endearingly human-like Robot Model B9 robot on the Jupiter 2 spaceship from the television show Lost in Space.

    Lost in Space Toys: The Robot. Every boy who has followed the Lost in Space series must have, at one time or another, dreamed of owning that endearingly human-like Robot Model B9 robot on the Jupiter 2 spaceship from the television show Lost in Space.

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    The first B9 Lost in Space Toys were far from accurate. The first Lost in Space Robot toys, made by Remco in 1966, with a black torso and bright red legs and arms were quite hideous and expensive to boot. Still they sold rather well being the only ones available. And a strange fact is that an army of the little deformed Lost in Space Toys / bubble-headed boobies were actually painted gold and used in an episode of Lost in Space.

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It’s quite clear that children back then were not as spoiled as they are today. There hasn’t been a large variety of Lost in Space toys, which makes the existing ones all the more special and authentic. There were several toy companies that had obtained licenses to produce Lost in Space toys.