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LJN Skycutter
LJN Skycutter Box
Details
Company LJN Toys
Year 1985 (Series 1)
Features Flapping wings, Ground attack mode, Holds One Figure
Accessories Two wings, Sticker Sheet, Instruction Sheet
Asst. # 3530 (Series 1)
Toy Guide
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SkyCutter was one of the first ThunderCats vehicles produced by LJN Toys. The vehicle was based on the original 1980s cartoon version of SkyCutter. The SkyCutter had action features as well as moving wheels. The vehicle could seat one ThunderCats figure.

ThunderCats Bullet Point FeaturesEdit

Battle-Matic Action: The Mutant vehicle had mechanical flapping wings which were controlled by pressing its back wheel. To transform the vehicle into its "Ground Attack Mode", the two wheels at the end of its wings were flipped, allowing it to be driven on land.

The SkyCutter had the capacity to seat only one figure (not included). None of its Battle-Matic actions required any batteries to operate.

Skycutter Action
Battle-Matic Action

ThunderCats Bullet Point AccessoriesEdit

1.Two Wings: The SkyCutter came with two plastic grey wings which would be fitted onto the left and right side of the vehicle.

2.Instruction Sheet: The SkyCutter also came with an Instruction Sheet which had all the necessary assembly directions along with illustrations.

3.Sticker Sheet: Included with the vehicle was a small sticker sheet with two "Mutant Insignia" stickers which were to be applied to each of the wings.

Skycutter Wings
Two Wings Instruction Sheet Sticker Sheet

ThunderCats Bullet Point ReleasesEdit

1. Series 1: The first series SkyCutter was released in 1985. The vehicle came packaged in a box due to its size.

2. Series 2: The second series SkyCutter was released in 1986. The vehicle came packaged in the same box as the Series 1 SkyCutter and was merely a re-release.

2. Series 3: The third series SkyCutter was released in 1987. The vehicle came packaged in the same box as the Series 1 SkyCutter and was merely a re-release.

LJN Skycutter Box
LJN Skycutter Box Back
Box Front Box Back

ThunderCats Bullet Point Foreign Variations and ReleasesEdit

ThunderCats Bullet Point GalleryEdit

Skycutter Loose
Skycutter Loose
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