The timing of these retro Sky Express Moon Rockets couldn't be more perfect what with this year's 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings. These beautifully-detailed tin collectibles use the "friction drive motor" method of locomotion. That is, you "vroom" the wheels along the ground a few times and then let it go. These have wheels that propel the rocket horizontally along the ground; the trick is to aim it at a wall or other barrier, and when the long nose cone hits the wall, it starts to stand up. As it stands, via the third tripod wheel, one side opens, and a set of stairs falls to the ground, revealing a fully-suited astronaut inside waiting to disembark down the steps. These are hard-to-find, highly-collectible, and we have limited stock, so once they are gone, they are gone.