RAPID FIRE MOTORCYCLE
Series: One (1982)
The RAM [Rapid Fire Motorcycle] was first released boxed in U.S. toy stores in 1982. The toy was also sold in 1983 and was discontinued in 1984.
Easily Broken/Lost Pieces
Take extra care with the two saddlebags as they are small and are often lost.
The RAM was available in two different sized boxes - one larger and one smaller.
In Europe in the early 1980s, the RAM was recolored in dark green and black and released as the Action Force Rapid Fire Motorcycle.
In Brazil in 1984, the RAM was sold as the Moto-Metralha.
In Japan in 1986, the RAM was sold and included its own vehicle filecard.
In India, Funskool released the RAM.
Later in India, the RAM was recolored in black and included with the Street Hawk set.
In Australia and New Zealand, Toltoys released the RAM in Action Man packaging.
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to RAM.
Original Retail: $4.99
Hasbro Product: 6073
Lee's Guide: GIJ-82056v
Desimone Guide: n/a
Tomart's Guide: GI5061
The Ultimate Guide: Pg. 18 (1st Ed.), Pg. 23 (2nd Ed.)
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a
3 3/4" Vehicles - By Year
- 2007 - Series Twenty Three
- 2008 - Series Twenty Four
- 2009 - Series Twenty Five
- 2010 - Series Twenty Six
- 2011 - Series Twenty Seven
- 2012 - Series Twenty Eight
- 2013 - Series Twenty Nine
- 2014 - Series Thirty
- 2015 - Official G.I. Joe Collectors' Club Membership Exclusives
- 2015 - 2014 Convention Exclusives
- 2015 - 50th Anniversary
3 3/4" Vehicles - Alphabetical Listing
The only thing harder to keep track of than the 500+ G.I.Joe action figures released since 1982 are the many guns, backpacks, helmets, and knives that were included with the figures. With almost 1800 different G.I.Joe accessories, identifying them was once a long, arduous task. But not anymore.
If you have an accessory and don't know which figure it came with, follow the instructions below and let WHOBIT help you identify where it came from.