G.I. Joe has a long history with vehicles. One year after the debut of the 12" GI Joe, Hasbro presented a "5 Star" Jeep for
him to ride in 1965. Vehicles have been a mainstay of every incarnation of Joe since. With the debut of the 3 3/4" figures in
1982, Hasbro also offered a range of vehicles and playsets for use with them. In actual fact, the 3 3/4" line was conceived as
a way to primarily sell vehicles - the figures were only there to fill them out! As the popularity of the individual characters
grew, the focus shifted into the figures themselves, but the vehicles were never far behind.
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.