While the top of the box is not in the best condition, the box itself is structurally sound. The original owner Danny Lorenzo used magic marker on the inside of the lid. The barbed wire fence is still pliable and unbroken. The F-102 fighters are nice, but the first one in the picture, has a shorter nose than the other six.
One of these jets also has a small crack in the windshield while the others seem to have a very slight crack mark at the top of the canopy. It could be the way the mold was designed? The smaller fire truck in picture five seems to be a lighter shade of SAC red, but it came with this grouping. The blue jeep is nice, but the front axle works its way loose sometimes; nothing is broken or repaired that causes this. None of the three B-52s are perfect.
All three have a crack in the upper fuselage near the interior points of the wings. Two of the three bombers have the nose gear; the B-52 in photos seven and eight have two perfect mounts for the additional two wheel struts. The jet in photos nine and ten have broken wheel mounts, while the last B-52 (pictures eleven and twelve) have perfect mounts.
The item "Sears/Marx 1963 Strategic Air Command Playset" is in sale since Sunday, January 22, 2017. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Play Sets".The seller is "millpos1223" and is located in Boyertown, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States, to all countries in Europe, to Canada.