Series: Seven (1988)
The Cobra BUGG was first released boxed in U.S. toy stores in 1988. It included the driver, Secto-Viper. The BUGG was also sold in 1989 and was discontinued in 1990.
Driver/Pilot: SECTO-VIPER (v1)
Easily Broken/Lost Pieces
The jet skis, turrets, missiles, and torpedoes are easily lost/commonly missing.
No variations of Cobra BUGG are known to exist.
The vehicle mold was repainted or retooled for the following vehicles:
This was the only usage of the BUGG mold.
In South Korea the Cobra BUGG was released with packaging exactly the same as the U.S. version, except that Korean-language stickers were placed over the English text.
Reference InformationThe below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Cobra BUGG.
Original Retail: $15.99
Hasbro Product: 6018
Lee's Guide: n/a
Desimone Guide: n/a
Tomart's Guide: #GI5962
The Ultimate Guide: Pg. 119 (1st Ed.), Pg. 174 (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
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