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What Were the Spanish Galoob Indiana Jones Micro Machines

 In 1995 a company called Galoob released a boxed set of ten Indiana Jones Mini Figures or Micro Machines from the three movies that came with a bonus Indiana Jones Figure but in Spain however, they were sold in three separate packs, each representing one of the three Indiana Jones movies.

Each of these blister packs included three vehicles and an Indiana Jones figure. The Raiders of the Lost Ark pack came with the Indiana Jones figure from the USA 9 vehicle box set, the Temple of Doom pack contained a new Indiana Jones figure with a machete and his trademark whip and the third set, The Last Crusade, had a young Indiana Jones figure. 

Due to the fact that there were ten vehicles in the original box set The Flying Wing vehicle was not included in any of the Spanish blister packs.

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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 the 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".

Early Box Art

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

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

Indiana Jones Pages

Sources:

Toyfare Magazine

The Official Price Guide to Action Fgures Second Edition

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