Playmobil set 3666 remains as the coolest vintage castle ever made! So large you can sit inside of it (if you are small enough). This magnificent fortress comes full of accessories and characters. This playmobil knights set includes three royal castle guards, a vagabond and his son, one princess and one lady of the doves.
With a total of eight characters to play with, this set also comes with three banners, one representing each of the knight houses: Swam, Tower and Royal knights.
Above you can watch the video review of the playmobil knights set 3666 on Youtube by PlaymoBello. If you enjoy it, please like and subscribe for more.
This castle is gigantic, with several rooms to play in, a throne room, dining room and even a cellar. Set 3666 also connects to set 3667 and 3888 making it the largest Playmobil castle to date. Above is a photo to check all the accessories.
Playmobil set 3665 was underrated back in the 90’s, some toy companies (other countries) didn’t even release this tower, yet it is the best looking and most awesome tower ever made by Playmobil: The Red Baron’s tower!
Above you can see the box art, where the Red Baron is carrying a bag of money and an axe. Two of the Castle knights are facing the Baron, indicating that maybe they are not friendly.
Above is the video review of the playmobil knights set 3665, the red Baron’s Tower, by PlaymoBello on Youtube.
Above you can see the full complete Baron’s Dragon Bower, among the giant amount of accessories in this set, you also see all the six characters.
Playmobil set 3654 introduced a new knight for the tournament set, the Swan Knight, accompanied of an assistant. The Swam Knight comes with a neatly furnished tent and a rack full of weapons.
The box art above shows how things can be arranged, all weapons on the rack to the left and flags on the hands of playmobil upon entering the tournament arena. Once the long pole is broken, knights can be given their weapon of choice for the first strike.
Above you can watch the video review of the playmobil knights set 3654 on Youtube by PlaymoBello. If you enjoy it, please like and subscribe for more.
Here you can look at all the accessories that comes with this set, playmobil likes to showcase them like this in order to make it simple to check for lost pieces.
Starting with the Playmobil Knights Tournament set 3652, this box comes with a magnificent tent for the prince and princesses to watch knights fighting or demonstrating their training. Their reward is a golden sword, a title or the hand of a lady.
This tent is very unique looking and probably the only one of its kind. Today this set completed sells for around 50 to 100 dollars.
Above you can watch the video review of the playmobil knights set 3652 on Youtube by PlaymoBello. If you enjoy it, please like and subscribe for more.
Here are all the characters and accessories that comes with this knight set. A total of five highly trained tournament knights!
This is a very rare and exclusive PlaymoSpace set that was manufactured by Playmobil Estrela only in Brazil, a south American country. One of their (Estrela) most known skills is their box covers, look below all their awesome backgrounds and setups.
Estrela is a toy company in Brazil that was responsible for producing and distributing Playmobil toys in the country, hence why they went ahead and decided to be a little bit creative in changing the colors of this space set. They used Yellow and Black with Red, instead of the White from Germany and USA.
Above you can watch the full review of the Brazilian Estrela PlaymoSpace Space Ship, set numbered 30.18.30, with all its accessories shown by PlaymoBello on Youtube!
This space ship (or UFO) was released in 1990 and hence it did not have all the accessories listed on the back of the box, instead they had a beautiful space scene for kids to look at and get ideas to play with.
This Western Passenger Train by Playmobil, set number 4001 was the second train ever released by Playmobil, it was numbered 4001, 4002, 4003 and 4004 depending on what year it was released. They were absolutely identical, just different box numbers.
Playmobil did not manufacture the train rails, they were licensed and sold to Playmobil so they could use with their trains by LGB, scale G at 600mm. If you ever want to buy more train rails and can’t find them, just search for the “LGB G Scale 600mm rails” and you will get a ton! They are exactly the same, made by the same manufacturer.
Above you can see a opened box with all the accessories inside, playmobil would pack the LGB train rails inside a blue box labeled Playmobil, followed by a box with the transformer and cables to connect to the train rails.
This is one of the very first Western Forts ever made by Playmobil, back in the year 1987, Fort Bravo, the headquarters of the 3rd Cavalry of the Western Union.
Above you can see the glorious box art showcasing the five characters that comes with this set 3773, and the fort, emulating wooden planks all around their headquarters.
If you enjoy watching video reviews of complete playmobil sets, above you may like to view the Youtube review from PlaymoBello, of the set 3773 Fort Bravo from the year 1987.
Unfortunately, back in the 80’s Playmobil didn’t have the back of their boxes designed with the accessories listings, instead it was just a blue empty canvas, or as shown above, a very awesome and cool looking scenery created by their artists.
This is a very rare and old set by Playmobil System from around 1976-1988, not even the set number refers to this set anymore, even Playmobil used that number 3208 to relate to another newer set from 2002.
What is really cool about this set is that these are the very first designs of Playmobil’s American choppers. In here you get three different colors, green blue and red.