Electric Robot and Son's Activity
My son Brian started collecting toy robots in the mid 80's. Brian was born with cerebral palsy. He had multiple disabilities but a great smile and bright red hair. When he was young I would adapt toys to work with a big switch he could operate. We tried all kind of toys but Brian's favorites were Robots! They came in all shapes and sizes, with flashing lights, spinning gears, shooting ray guns and made all kind of spacey sounds. He started collecting robots and I got carried away buying them for him. We found them in stores, yard sales, Flea markets, Toy shows, Toy shop newspaper and finally Ebay. Brian died in 2007 but his robot collection lives on.
I am brand spanking new to this site, having just purchased a set of tin litho ray guns off of ebay and I'm looking to create a display rack for them. If I'm not mistaken, you posted a photo of a rack that you created for your ray guns that looks awesome! I was curious if you would be willing to share your design and "how to" as Im am not that familiar with...