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Johnny Lightning

Johnny Lightning is a brand of diecast model cars launched in 1969 by Topper Corporation (owner of the "Topper Toys" brand), similar to the hugely successful...

Last Update: 2021-12-29T18:16:52Z Word Count : 1792 Synonim Johnny Lightning

Round 2 (company)

includes long-running model kit and diecast brands, including AMT, Hawk, Johnny Lightning, MPC, and Racing Champions. AMT, a long-running model kit brand first...

Last Update: 2022-08-16T17:42:20Z Word Count : 1116 Synonim Round 2 (company)

Deluxe Reading

produced toys under several brand names including: Johnny Lightning (scale model cars, released in 1969), Johnny Seven OMA (toy weapon), Dawn doll, and Suzy...

Last Update: 2023-01-30T16:34:19Z Word Count : 724 Synonim Deluxe Reading

Ertl Company

and Johnny Lightning tooling 2012 - Round 2 LLC acquires full rights to AMT, MPC, Polar Lights tooling 2013 - Tomy discontinues Johnny Lightning brand...

Last Update: 2023-01-18T07:54:26Z Word Count : 788 Synonim Ertl Company

Johnny Seven OMA

version. Deluxe Reading produced many memorable toys including the Johnny Lightning cars (similar to Mattel's Hot Wheels), the Crime Buster Gun (similar...

Last Update: 2023-01-05T08:01:48Z Word Count : 1243 Synonim Johnny Seven OMA

V.I.P. (American TV series)

2, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance in 2001 and 2002. In 2000, Johnny Lightning released two sets of V.I.P. themed diecast cars in 1/64 scale. There...

Last Update: 2022-10-23T16:00:03Z Word Count : 619 Synonim V.I.P. (American TV series)

Matchbox (brand)

decidedly American. In 1969, a second competitor based in the US, Johnny Lightning, entered the market, and the bottom effectively fell out of Lesney's...

Last Update: 2023-01-10T11:35:15Z Word Count : 8848 Synonim Matchbox (brand)

Chip Foose

replicas of many of his famous designs partnering with the makers of Johnny Lightning in the creation of JL Full Throttle. This company produced copies of...

Last Update: 2022-08-24T03:43:43Z Word Count : 1337 Synonim Chip Foose

Munster Koach

car during the series run. It has been reissued several times since. Johnny Lightning has also produced a 1/64th scale die-cast model of the car. An unauthorized...

Last Update: 2022-08-29T14:40:36Z Word Count : 572 Synonim Munster Koach

1:64 scale

this scale include Hot Wheels, Ertl, GreenLight, Auto World, Code 3, Johnny Lightning, and Jada Toys. Outside the USA, brands like Matchbox, Maisto, Siku...

Last Update: 2022-06-27T04:06:48Z Word Count : 1101 Synonim 1:64 scale

Rich Dodson

hits for the band such as "Wild Eyes" (1972), "Devil You" (1971), "Johnny Lightning" (1974) and "Carry Me" (1971). Dodson has stated that his influences...

Last Update: 2022-10-09T20:07:48Z Word Count : 428 Synonim Rich Dodson

Georgina Lightning

Georgina Lightning is a First Nations film director, screenwriter, and actress. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, she is an enrolled member of the Samson Cree...

Last Update: 2022-09-16T23:37:12Z Word Count : 587 Synonim Georgina Lightning

Smokey and the Bandit

Scale model cars of the Pontiac Trans Am used in the film, by Johnny Lightning....

Last Update: 2023-01-12T07:08:41Z Word Count : 5545 Synonim Smokey and the Bandit

General Lee (car)

General Lee model car by Playing Mantis' Johnny Lightning...

Last Update: 2023-01-22T19:35:21Z Word Count : 3923 Synonim General Lee (car)

The Stampeders

Choo" 9 2 — — — "Wild Eyes" 2 — — — — "Carryin' On" — 20 — — — 1973 "Johnny Lightning" 48 — — — — Rubes, Dudes & Rowdies "Oh My Lady" 12 2 — — 115 "Minstrel...

Last Update: 2023-01-21T05:17:58Z Word Count : 570 Synonim The Stampeders

Hot Wheels

Frog Greenlights Hasegawa Heller Herpa Hot Wheels Husky Italeri Jada Johnny Lightning Kenner Kyosho Lesney Lledo Maisto Majorette Matchbox Mebetoys Meccano...

Last Update: 2023-01-31T23:51:24Z Word Count : 10239 Synonim Hot Wheels

Fast & Furious

Champions by producing 1/24-scale plastic model kits in 2004, while Johnny Lightning, under the JL Full Throttle Brand, released 1/64 and 1/24 models of...

Last Update: 2023-02-01T01:29:12Z Word Count : 7668 Synonim Fast & Furious

National Entertainment Collectibles Association

Hell: The Final Friday Jason X Jaws Jeff Dunham Jimmy Page John Lennon Johnny Ramone Joey Ramone Jonah Hex Justice League The Karate Kid Kick-Ass 2 Kill...

Last Update: 2022-12-28T11:48:10Z Word Count : 1111 Synonim National Entertainment Collectibles Association


second Bluesmobile, a 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria, was marketed by the Johnny Lightning model car brand. Yves Lavigne (1989). Hell's Angels: "Three Can Keep...

Last Update: 2023-01-17T05:53:46Z Word Count : 1614 Synonim Bluesmobile


are comparable in quality and details to Matchbox, Hot Wheels and Johnny Lightning, but new models in this scale are not released very often. Even some...

Last Update: 2022-10-03T05:01:11Z Word Count : 1465 Synonim Maisto

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Johnny Lightning

Johnny Lightning is a brand of diecast model cars launched in 1969 by Topper Corporation (owner of the "Topper Toys" brand), similar to the hugely successful Mattel's Hot Wheels cars. Their claim to fame at that time was that they were extremely fast compared to other brands of die-cast cars. Their most important technology was to mold in a small hook under the front axle so that they could be propelled by a lever-driven catapult, far faster than could be obtained by either gravity, or battery powered "supercharger" devices. Al Unser Senior won the Indianapolis 500 in 1970 and 1971 in the "Johnny Lightning special". Topper closed in 1973 and production of Johnny Lightning cars ceased for 23 years. The company made a total of 47 different models. In 1994 Thomas Lowe of Cassopolis, Michigan became aware of the abandoned trademark and secured the rights to the Johnny Lightning name for his Playing Mantis toy company. He made replicas of his favorite 10 original Johnny Lightning cars. His first customers were Walmart and Toys R Us. Playing Mantis produced the toy cars under the Johnny Lightning brand name from 1994 to June 2004. Over 600 different models were produced over that time period. In 2004 Mr. Lowe sold Playing Mantis (including the Johnny Lightning brand) to RC2 Corporation, which in turn was bought by the Japanese toy company Tomy in 2011. Tomy discontinued the Johnny Lightning line of diecast cars in 2013. The brand continued to maintain a following by a loyal group of collectors. In early 2016 Round 2 LLC, a toy company owned by Thomas Lowe (who also owned Playing Mantis), revived and reintroduced Johnny Lightning vehicles to the toy market for a second time.

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