Operating System(s): Mac OS X, Windows 10
License: This is licensed for non-commercial use only.
For Redfern (and anyone else who wants it).
A popular toy from the 1960's, promoting the promise of the new (but short lived) Space Age - and one of my favorite toys of childhood. Sadly, no longer available.
Poser 11 and Blender files included.
Please see readme for usage instructions.
FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY (no commercial renders unless with express permission from Mattel, Inc.)
DavidGB 9:20PM | Thu, 21 March 2019
Whoa - that takes me back. Had Major Matt Mason and ... Sgt Storm, back around 1967/8 when I was 6/7-ish. Though my strongest memory is the disappointment when the wire inside the figures soon snapped in the elbows, then knees so they couldn't be posed any more. Big advantage of digital figures - they don't break!
T0mcat00 7:57AM | Thu, 21 March 2019
Had this one too... and the planetary station that it fit to. One could put it up on the roof to use the crawler as a crane. After I left home - with most of my childhood toys staying behind - my mother decided to give the lot of them away to kids of her friends so they "don't just lie around on the attic". Ah well.. that's reasonable mothers for you, right?
coyoteviper 7:38PM | Wed, 20 March 2019
Lord. I still have that thing in storage . what an awesome memory. Now I'm just going to have to pull it out and put it on a shelf.
pgtyner 5:39PM | Wed, 20 March 2019
Oh I remember all the fun I had with these! I had some of the Major Matt figures but I don't think I owned this....Thank You very much!
Howy2012 5:54AM | Wed, 20 March 2019
Great render, Bill! (Don't worry - you won't get a spanking or grounded for downloading this!)
Redfern 10:28PM | Tue, 19 March 2019
![Moon-Crawler-J-1.jpg](https://bw-1651cf0d2f737d7adeab84d339dbabd3-freestuff.s3.amazonaws.com/comments/comment_81472/file_0f28b5d49b3020afeecd95b4009adf4c.jpg) A sample render Sincerely, Bill
Redfern 7:52PM | Tue, 19 March 2019
I had one...for maybe two hours before my father learned I simply took it from a neighbor's yard! My 6 year old rationale? "It was just sitting in the yard, the string all tangled in the legs. If 'they' wanted it, 'they' would have taken better care of it!" Uh, that reasoning did not "fly" with my father. Returning to the residence where I "found" it, my father made me knock upon the door and confess my crime. We then returned home where I got one h3ll of a spanking, and then I was "grounded" for several weeks. I'm almost afraid to download the thing! Sincerely, Bill