It was great to be a kid.
Fleer packaged candy in many different packages; coffins, fire hydrants, peanuts, lunch boxes ...
One of the most useful were the lockers !!
After devouring the candy, they became storage for GI Joe equipment !!
One of the cooler features were the tabs on the sides (red arrows).
Snap them together and .....
Ya got a whole row of lockers !! Having them linked together made them less vulnerable to toppling over, and created a whole bank of them ! To top it off, they are very detailed, with opening doors and shelving on the inside.
I am a big fan of sugary candy (PEZ, Smarties, etc) and all these little "boxes" of candy were, and still are, my absolute favorites. These lockers were plentiful. When I got the GI Joe Headquarters they were a fixture of the rear where the storage was:
I made a locker room back there for extra weapon storage. Its amazing the kind of things that kids think of. You have these plastic candy lockers and what do you do with them ? Put the Joe's weapons in them and include them into your play !
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