Although these transfers came in packets, & you can't easily tell if you're going to get a packet you've had before, still with a bit of work you could work out which packets you still hadn't got by carefully comparing the story text on the back of the packets. So I haven't included Speed Wheels in the 'Packets & Tattooze' article. In case you think that's a bit of a swizz, here are the links for that article:
So I'm glad that's all sorted out. Now — on to the Speed Wheels:
…& the packet backs. All are identical, apart from the text strip at the top of the back. However, you'll see that the illustration to the right of the text isn't often appropriate to the story!
Once you've torn along the perforations, you've lost a good deal of the packet — including the left-hand edge of the text story:
(Numbers 10, 16 & 17 shown here.)
— Yes, I cheated by not tearing along the perforations… now here are some where the owner wasn't so devious:
Numbers 8, 16 & 23 shown above. Here are the transfer sheets for 3, 12 & 23:
That should be enough to give you a good overview of this series, but here's a nice big pile of transfer sheets just in case:
And here's the box they were sold in (courtesy of Imapackman). You can see that they were 15¢ a packet.
To finish off, here are StellarX' scans as featured on his 'Seven Wonders' website, before they migrated here:
Picture Credit: StellarX — 7 Wonders — Imapackman
© Tom Vinelott 2020