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Steam-Roller



File Name: Averill B. Whitcomb of Duluth, Minnesota.
Grade: Army E-5 (1987)
SN: 500-54-7793
Notes: Duluth, about 150 miles north of Minneapolis, is a vital industrial port town on Lake Superior.



chronological: Gyro-Viper<< Steam-Roller >>Rumbler
alphabetical: Static Line<< Steam-Roller >>Steel Brigade

 

Animated Appearances

To my knowledge, Steam-Roller was never animated.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1987 (Mobile Command Center)    
Version 1: spring 1987 boxed Mobile Command Center playset
Mobile Command Center OperatorMOS 1: Heavy Equipment Operator [21E]
MOS 2: Armor [19K]
  • head: Steam-Roller (87)
  • arms: Steam Roller (87), Dreadnok Demolishor (04)
  • torso: Steam Roller (87), Dreadnok Demolishor (04)
  • waist: Steam Roller (87), Dreadnok Demolishor (04)
  • legs: Steam Roller (87), Dreadnok Demolishor (04)
Accessories: light grey knife with ribbed grip, upturned cross-guard, and serrated edge (new).
Steam-Roller worked heavy cranes on the Great Lakes' docks, earth-movers in the strip mines of Appalachia, and graders on the four-lane blacktops of a half dozen states. He was driving an M-15A2, 50 ton transporter when he was picked up for the Joe Team. He may only be an E-5, but no matter who's ranked above him on his Mobile Command Center, Steam-Roller's gut instincts are the ones in charge. Qualified expert with all NATO small-arms and explosives.
"He's a moose. He considers a Peterbilt 10 wheel tractor a personal vehicle and a .44 Magnum a pocket pistol. He gets barred from bowling alleys for damaging the pins. He's stubborn, ornery, mean-tempered, bad-humored, and uncouth. Has he got any good points? Well, he's on our side... "
Toy Notes: Item #6006.