If have set up this category for all those collectors not just looking at the models but after the often very attractive and sometimes rare blisterpacks used for the Superfast models in the early 70's. Here you find a selection of the rarer blisterpack types used in the 70's, some were only available for a couple of months. Please note that these models are clearly more expensive than most "normal packaged" pieces, and all because of the packaging! This added value comes only through the rare, unopened blisterpacks so always keep them that way! There's a growing number of collectors worldwide getting into those early blisterpack types and willing to pay a premium just for the blistercard.
These are the first blistercards used for the then new Superfast models in late 1969, using the standard Regular Wheel blistercards found in the USA and Canada showing the generic Highway scene now with additional "Superfast" imprint on the card and before the models name. A rare true transitional blistercard only used for a couple of months in 1969 before the first true "Superfast" blistercard with and updated design was launched.
The 1st true "Superfast" blistercard with an completely new design now showing the "Superfast" logo as well as the models fitted with Superfast wheels. Copyright year is 1969.
1970 Blistercard showing the Nr. 33 Lamborghini Miura. Lesney marking MK F1/B1 at the rear.
This special blistercard was used in 1970/71 for trucks & commercial vehicles only.
1970 blistercard showing the No. 19B Road Dragster with the new Superfast logo & SF-Wheel. Marked MKF4/B4 at the back.
This special blistercard was used in 1971 for an promotion in the USA were you could get a discount be "trading in" an older Regular Wheel model for an brand new 1971 Superfast model. Only cars and sports vehicles were used for this promo.
Very rare 1972 blistercard showing the No. 19 Road Dragster WITHOUT the "Superfast Wheel". Marked MKF4B/B4 at the rear. One of the rarest early SF-blistercards.
Very rare 1972 blistercard for trucks & commercial vehicles, showing the No.48 Dodge Dumper. Marked MKF2B/B2A at the rear
Another rare card from 1971, showing the No.48 Dodge Dumper or the No.70 Dodge Dragster with dark purple outline. Only used for a very short time.
These very attractive blistercards were used mainly in europe from 1972 onwards. They had various different background scenes for race cars, sports cars, commercial vehicles and a special version for the new "Rolamatic" models. A very popular card now.