this is a tuff 1
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this is a tuff 1

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So I hope someone can help, I'm trying to find some figures I had when I was a kid. Let me explain first why this is so important. When I was 3 I was very ill and was bed ridden for about 3 months. Within that time an uncle who shortly thereafter was murdered gave me the 2 figures which I always carried with me. Then when I was in second grade a bully ended up breaking both figures (I mean smashing them to pieces) and I never saw them again. Now the toys were already used when I got them in 1987 so they could be from late 1970s or up to 1987. Let me describe them.

The first figure was a 2 to 3 inch Native American, he had at least 7 points of articulation, the head turned left and right each shoulder up and down, legs at waist up and down, and finally the knees. He had a single blue feather on his head and his torso and upper legs were a solid purple/pinkish hue, while his lower legs were also blue. That is pretty much all I remember about the first so on to the second.

The second figure was a little bigger at around 3 to 3.5 inches , and was some sort of military figure. I don't think it was a GI Joe because it didn't have the rubber band in center but it also had at least 7 poa. The same ones as mentioned in the figure above. The thing that I really loved about this figure and might set it apart is that it had some pretty strong magnets in his feet. If someone can help I'd appreciate it.

Posted by Daddyprice
on Wednesday, February 5, 2014
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kitbashvoodooskull -
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
The native american could be the m.a.s.k toy nevada rushmore

Patraw -
Monday, February 10, 2014
I don't have either of those figures, but I DO have that totem pole accessory and always wondered where the heck it came from (there's no copyright data molded on it), so, thanks for posting that image, Darththomas! I'd always just assumed it was from some generic plastic cowboy and indians set.
Darththomas -
Sunday, February 9, 2014 ... rousel-108

Not quite as described but could be variants??
Daddyprice -
Sunday, February 9, 2014
No the Indian didn't have a waist joint , the torso was one solid piece
pock63 -
Friday, February 7, 2014
Did the Native American figure have a rubber band holding together his waist joint?
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