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This AT-AT toy was added on April 2021 and originally released in 1980 with a retail price of $49.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the Kenner Vintage Collection series. With an average selling price of $349.99, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 7x over its retail price. Quite a few (47) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular.
The Empire Strikes Back Vintage Kenner AT-AT Vehicle by www.youtube.com
In 1981, Flashback Star Wars Obsessed delves into the iconic Kenner AT-AT, an all-terrain armored transport from The Empire Strikes Back collection. Standing at an impressive 22.5 meters tall (movie version), this Galactic Empire behemoth is a slow but menacing force with heavily reinforced legs that can crush obstacles in its path. The AT-AT boasts various components, including a command section with detailed sensor arrays and weapon systems, a troop section for up to 40 soldiers, and a small vehicle bay for deploying Speeders. The review highlights the action features of the Kenner release, allowing collectors to place AT-AT drivers in the control room and activate pulsating cannons with flashing lights. Despite some wear and tear, Flashback Star Wars Obsessed showcases the nostalgia-inducing vintage AT-AT, emphasizing its enduring design and functionality, including the movable head, chin gun cannons, and side guns. The reviewer acknowledges the significance of this release from the original Kenner collection, expressing appreciation for its great design and the ability to simulate scanning for Rebels and transporting figures.
Star Wars - Vintage AT-AT Review by www.youtube.com
Seeing the vintage AT-AT brings back some truly magical childhood memories. With all my Star Wars collectibles, including this and the INT-4, stored safely in my parents' loft, I'm fondly transported back to those good old times.
The artwork and setting depicted on the boxes of these toys were always fascinating. Though the newer, bigger AT-AT is already part of my original vintage line collection, having watched the review, this vintage one seems somehow cooler and seems to offer a greater play value with its easily maneuverable head.
Receiving the AT-AT as a surprise Christmas gift from my parents remains an unforgettable moment in my life. The sheer excitement of having a stop motion animation film with the AT-AT as the centerpiece is a memory that still warms my heart.
In terms of size, the 2010 Hasbro may have outperformed the vintage Kenner, but there’s an undeniable allure to the vintage models. It was perhaps the best Christmas gift a nine-year-old could ask for, akin to winning a lottery. Having successfully bought and completed my vintage Kenner vehicle, it remains my favorite piece even today.
The large peg inside was probably designed to secure the INT-4 shuttle. Also, the colossal size of the toy is quite impressive, especially with all those snow troopers. Of all the Star Wars toys I've collected over the years, the AT-AT remains my favorite.