Snoopy Strikes Again!

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You don’t really need me to write anything here – this comic-advert sells the idea of its Snoopy bi-plane perfectly, and had I seen this in my youth, you can bet I would have badgered my parents for a kit of my own! Perhaps the two young boys should explain…

Wow! What a great new kit from Monogram. Snoopy in his Sopwith Camel. Comes with a battery-powered propeller you flip to start like a real plane. Easy and fun to build. Just snaps together so you don’t need glue.

Meer minutes later and they have themselves a groovy pre-painted plane where they can write comments like “Curse you, Red Baron” and let’s not forget the Doghouse Display Stand! Here’s a couple more images of this great looking toy:

Snoopy Box
Snoopy Sopwoth Camel

Model pictures found at L&L Collectables.

Hayden Yale

Child of the 80's. Born, raised and living in the Cheshire countryside, England.Lover of fan art, especially if it is based on my childhood heroes from Masters of the Universe, Thundercats, Transformers and TMNT. Penchant for almost anything retro, especially movies, games and art.

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One thought on “Snoopy Strikes Again!

  1. bchevrier says:

    Wow. I had forgotten about this. I had one, and the companion Red Baron plane, too! I can’t remember what the Red Baron looked like but the plane was a red triplane I believe. I thought it was so cool that you started the prop just by flicking it and stopped it by grabbing it. I don’t think there was an on/off switch on it.

    These looked pretty cool on my dresser, locked in a perpetual (pardon the pun) dogfight.

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