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Date Posted: 05:47:31 02/05/06 Sun
Author: fletch
Author Host/IP: NoHost / 68.63.17.79
Subject: Re: What happened to the ARK II SUV
In reply to: Rocky 's message, "What happened to the ARK II SUV" on 20:18:13 02/03/06 Fri

Yes I can't remember the name, but I had one of those vehicles around '79. They still sell them on ebay- big trax or something like that.

>Doe anyone know what happened to the ARK II after the
>show was over? I'm interested in knowing more about
>the maker of the vehicle and what parts were used to
>create it. Also, wasn't there a late 70's early 80's
>toy loosely designed after the Ark II? It was sort of
>like a robot. It had a keypad on the top of it and
>could be programmed to do things.
>
>Rocky

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  • Re: What happened to the ARK II SUV -- VIPERSW, 03:18:42 02/08/06 Wed

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