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Steer-n-go

I can't think of any other toy I played with more than Steer-n-Go when I was a kid. The red dashboard console with steering wheel and low / high gear shift (forward & reverse too) was never shoved in a closet. I played it to death.

The round landscape with roadways spun at challenging speeds. The Matchbox car had a magnet fastened to the bottom that stuck to the magnetic arm from the steering wheel as long as you kept in on the roadway. If you lost control, you were in for some spectacular accidents.

Great toy and I would love to get my hands on one.


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Steer-n-go Last post by remember
20 September 2007

Do You Remember Steer-n-go?

Do You Remember Steer-n-go?

  • Anonymous user
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    I still have mine and I might be looking at selling it. Needto do a quick check to make sure it all works etc. Box has some corner damage and not sure what the original car was but there are a few in the box from the era.
  • Anonymous user
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    i have one in box
  • Anonymous user
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    great memories from everyone about steer n go, I loved playing mine so much I kept it, i'm 46 now, lol, i'm moving house now though and may need to part with it, the box isn't at its best but theres nothing wrong with whats inside it still works as good as it did when I first got it, anyone interested!! make me an offer :)
  • Anonymous user
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    Had one of these when I was a kid. I loved this toy always thought I was the best driver ever (but most boys do don't they) would love to buy one again, if only for my kids to say how lame it is lol
  • Anonymous user
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    my brother had one wen i was young and then wen i was older my dad bought me one too, felt so grown up..best toy ever...wud luv to purchase one again for my son ..just know he wud luv it...apply within if anyine has one they want to part with ...please :)
  • Toyboy
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    Just to make you lot jealous I am sitting here in my loft and my son's Steer n Go is just 2 yards behind me. Still in its original box! Its hardly been used and my son is nearly 40 now! And No he doesnt want to sell it. Bungadud
  • Anonymous user
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    Hi! Do you know any other toys similar to Steer-n-go? I had one with a small car (80's I think) you could drive up on a hill, it also had a steering wheel and a 4-gear shift, red dashboard. THX
  • Anonymous user
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    ...also used to put it together with Chutes Away to bomb the car! ;)
  • Anonymous user
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    I had one of these too and it was great. I also had some sort of magic driving game that used small plastic gars and these fitted much better on the Steer-n-Go, they were a lot smaller and the landscape was a better scale for them to drive around. The reverse action of the set meant that I could drive around the little hills (which now were mountains) and come back the other way and stop by the water feature...!
  • Anonymous user
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    hello there steer-n-go fans my name is stuart i to had a steer-n-go i wish i could remeber what happened to it the strange thing is my wife always wanted one as well when she was about 9 .Her mother separated that year and she didnt see much of her father , but that xmas she asked hom for a steer-n-go and he said he would tell fatherxmas that what she wanted sadly it never turned up and neither did her father he had emagrated to austrila she never saw him again till ithink iit was 2000 i would really love to obtain steer-n-go for her as from time to time it pops up and i think she must be scard