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Hasbro had a winner with the Amaze-A-Matics, the fantastic car with a brain. The battery operated cars travel forward and backwards, and turn left and right based on the grooves cut into program cards that feed through the bottom of the car. The cars came with a number of pre-programmed plastic cards and blank cardboard cards so that you could program your own courses. A total of six different cars were produced and I have the four most popular--at the bottom of the page is a picture of all six that I pulled from the web. That picture is not of my collection.
Other battery powered car toys in my collection: Shark by Remco, Switch 'n Go by Mattel, Trik-Trak by Transogram.
|The Mark IV Ford, item number 5865, dated 1969.|
|The Amaze-A-Matics Buick Century Cruiser, item number 5855, dated 1969.|
|Apart from these four cars I have also seen an orange VW Bug and Dune Buggy.||The cardboard stand-up street signs that came in special sets.|
|Pre-programmed card in black plastic and a blank cardboard program card.|
|All six cars from someone else's collection.|
|Obtained:||All came from eBay|
|Other Links:||Mr. Amaze-A-Matic - Robot that used the same cards. Wow!
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