|Lockheed Armored Scout Vehicle|
Commonly known as the armored car, this vehicle was based on the Lockheed Army XM800W Prototype Armored Reconnaissance Scout Vehicle designed in 1972. Minus one axle, the TM719 Scout (or Recon) vehicle was introduced in 1978. The turret rotated 360º and had metal axles. It was typically part of a bagged set which would include 20 Vietnam era soldiers and a flag. It was also available in several of the Army Action Playsets and later sold individually. In 1991, it was released in a desert tan color to commemorate the victory in Desert Storm; along with several other TimMee vehicles and soldiers. An aqua green version was offered as well. The scout vehicle was produced until TimMee's final demise in the fall of 2005. However, in the fall of 2012, an unspecified quantity left over from the last production run (just prior to Processed Plastic's assets being purchased by J. Lloyd International Inc.) and both colors are currently being sold on Amazon.com.
|Scout in desert tan|
|Scout in aqua green|
|Lockheed XM800W prototype|
• Manufacturer: Processed Plastic Co.
• Item number: 719
• Production: 1978 - 2005
• Dimensions: 6¼" L x 2¼" W x 2¾" H
• Scale: 1/35
• Colors: army green, desert tan, aqua green
• Stickers: white star, serial #55239326