|This combination set included the vehicles 6345 Space Bubble and 6346 Uni-Tred Space Hauler. The oversized box has truely impressive large, full-color graphics. I imagine that it would have looked fantastic on a toystore shelf. More information on the individual vehicles may be found in their own listings (links towards the bottom of the page). This set came with a unique set of 2-sided instructions, describing the workings of the two vehicles as a unit. Also included were the two sticker sheets (aka Space Labels) as shown.
Additional Vehicle Images:
Side 1 | Side 2
The box made of corrugated cardboard printed on all sides (in black, white and blue ink), except the front and top, which have applied a full-color, process-printed label. The package measures 12 1/4" by 9 1/2" by 20". Copyright is 1968. The box reads: "Motorized Lunar Transport Geared to go anywhere with Planetronic Shift! - Automatically Shifts as it Climbs Mountains! - Bites into Slippery Surfaces with Hundreds of Space Teeth! -Adjustable Tow-Yoke Tows Space Bubble!" and "Space Bubble Holds Astronauts - Rolls 360° over Planet Terrain - Interior Gyro-Seat Control Center Keeps Astronaut Upright - Protective Tinted Bubble - Includes Uni-Tred and Space Bubble - Astronauts not Included!." with "Battery powered - 2 "D" batteries not included!"
Additional Packaging Images:
Bottom | Front | Back | Top | Insert | Insert 2 | Insert 3 | Open
Mattel #6339-0920 Uni-Tred & Space Bubble: Outside | Inside
Mattel Catalog Specifications:
(First appearance: Mattel Toys 1969 Fall Catalog page 55)
New Uni-Tred and Space Bubble #6339
Protectively tinted SPACE BUBBLE rolls a full 360° while interior Gyro-Seat Control Center remains upright! Dual action Tow-Yoke links UNI-TRED and SPACE BUBBLE for towing or bulldozer activities. Powered by 2 "D" batteries not included.
Std. Pack: ½ Doz.
Wt: 12 Lbs.
Astronaut not included.
Released at the same time as the boxed Bubble and Uni-Tred, I find it unusual that the stock number comes before the individual boxed vehicle numbers. I've always thought that this set should have had a "Super Action Set" version, which would have included an astronaut or two. It would be easy to imagine this combination, and there certainly is room in the box. The Cipsa version (link below) is worth viewing, as the Uni-Tred is maroon in color with differing stickers.
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