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SNOW JOB (v1)

ARCTIC TROOPER 

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YoJoe ID: 118-HAF-1983-SNOWJOB-01

Series: Two (1983)

Snow Job was released carded as part of the second series (1983).

He was sold in 1984 and 1985 and was discontinued domestically in 1986. Also at some point in the mid 1980s, Snow Job was included in special three-packs available mail-order from J.C.Penny's with Torpedo and Tripwire.

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Accessories

Snow Job came with a black laser rifle, two white skis, two black ski-poles, and a white backpack that could hold the skis and poles.

Packaging Information

Filecard Information

File Name: Moore, Harlan W.
SN: RA773658456
Grade: E-6 (Sergeant)
Birthplace: Rutland, Vermont
Primary Specialty: Arctic Ski Patrol
Secondary Specialty: Rifle Instructor

Snow Job was a major Olympic Biathlon contender. He enlisted initially for the special training and support privileges that the Army gives to Olympic champions. However, to the consternation of Arm PR flacks, Snow Job volunteered and was accepted into the GI Joe team. Qualified Expert: all NATO long-range sniper rifles, XMLR-3A laser rifle. Submitted by Rock 'n Roll: "You think we call him Snow Job because he does his job on skis? Negative. He's a con artist, pure and simple, except when he picks up his rifle - sure as heck, something's gonna fall down!"

Variations

No variations of Snow Job are known to exist.

There are two versions of Snow Job's filecard. The one that came from the J.C.Penney's mail-order set has a glossy red backing, while the one that came carded does not.

Body Construction

Snow Job's head, chest, waist, legs, and lower arms were original. Snow Job's upper arms were originally used with the swivel-arm versions of Grunt, Hawk, Short-fuze, Snake Eyes, Stalker, and Zap. The entire mold was re-used in 1997 to create Snow Job (v2) and in 2000 to create Whiteout.

Note that the figure's head only turns left and right - it does not allow the head to look up and down. The heads only turned left and right until the the swivel ball head that was introduced in 1985 (Series Four).

Reference Information

The below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Snow Job (v1).

Original Retail: n/a
Hasbro Product: n/a
RAHC: n/a
Lee's Guide: n/a
Desimone Guide: #28
Tomart's Guide: #GI5131
The Ultimate Guide: n/a
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a

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