Storm Cloud Pinto #2071
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Marx Stock Number: 2071

Produced: 1967-1975

Storm Cloud Pinto actually was originally referred to as “Pinto”. In the early 1970's Storm Cloud was added. Storm Cloud was designed primarily for the 12” Indian figures and was made out of HP with same pose as the Thunderbolts. Most Storm Clouds came equipped with only a hackamore, Indian blanket and strap molded in soft vinyl. The horse can be identified as mainly a brown horse with large white spots and a black tail and mane. I have also seen some versions that are reddish / bay color with white spots. This version appears to be a Covered wagon or Bravo horse used judging by the empty wheel slots. As a result, I don't believe it to be intentional by Marx. Another HTF version is the all white one with black spotting. It can be found in Sears Christmas catalogues in the late 1960's. I know of only a few being in collectors' hands. Other trivia, Storm Cloud corral combos were marketed by mail order catalogues to be sold with “Barbie”. One of such combo's is pictured in the combo section of this guide. These versions came with full sets of western riding tack as opposed to the three-piece set of Indian tack.Our books and modules show excellent differences in full color for variations of these figures, check out the book section for more details. The Canadian Module alone has 44 pages of details on Canada produced figures.


3 accessories



Soft Vinyl Accessories:


•  Saddle Blanket-(1)

•  Saddle Blanket strap-(1)

•  Hackamore (Indian rope reins)-(1)


Total - 3


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