A dealer advertisement from 1963 for Tuggy the 2-Headed Turtle from The A. C. Gilbert Company.
A. C. Gilbert’s offering consisted of a large plastic turtle, wired to two remote-control units, and a pair of finish line assemblies. As two players pressed the control buttons, a head popped out of one side or the other, and the turtle moved in that direction. Tuggy’s motor was battery-powered. The goal was to successfully move Tuggy towards an opponent’s goal line and knock it over to win.
Remember the toys and games of years past through vintage advertising – for better and for worse!