Bob the Builder Scoop Friction-Powered Vehicle
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The unit at Wood Green Shopping has the German logo only on the doorway of the ride. But still has UK audio. It might be because of refurbishing error or a unit imported from that said country and is converted to have UK audio. Eletech versions does exist. The roof stands are yellow and the bottom part which used to be green is now yellow. It plays part of the "Can we fix it?" song during motion.
Later units has the (200?-Present) dashboard and having the System 4000 timer supplied by Stamar Electronics. Even to this day (2020s) he is still very common to this very day despite the show not airing on Cbeebies anymore.Theisen Vending Company have distributed most of these units but only the one with the circle buttons there is. It plays the US theme song in motion but still has the UK character voices.
Most units does not have the lights flashing. This is because a bulb has blown and needs replacing. Similary, a V2 Scoop, which was distributed by the old Northern Leisure, was spotted at Crystal Palace in Hemsby, but he has one eye. He's now replaced by a brand new Scoop, distributed by Leisurematic. At an unknown Toys R Us store in the United States of America, a Bob the Builder Scoop ride with the Eletech It's a Small World audio was spotted on YouTube. Distributed by Ride On! Entertainment AU. That company also distributed the Sound Master units. The audio remains the same since the show aired in Australia and still has the UK dub.With a Number 1 single, distribution in over 30-countries and a long line of famous actors clambering to lend their voices to the main characters, Bob The Builder has been a huge success story for the BBC. The animated TV series has also given rise to a massive number of Bob The Builder toys that range from scooters to memory games. The retailers shown below all have large Bob The Builder toy departments where you should be able to find the perfect gift for even the biggest Bob The Builder fan! At Tesco Extra Stoke-on-Trent, a video option Roley with a photonegative screen, Scoop's audio, and the US theme tune as the attract mode was spotted. In September and November of 2003, video option versions of both Scoop and Roley were released. Other versions were released in 2004 and 2005. The sound playing during attract is Scoop starting his engine. The ride plays engine sounds and the Bob the Builder theme song during motion. The red button only plays four sounds in total. 1. Horn 2. "Can we fix it?" 3. "Yes we can!" 4. "Meow" In Tampines Mall, Singapore, a V1 Scoop with a video screen modified by Patsfield Services has been found. It shows the music video of the 2015 reboot song, We Are a Team, with special footage animated by Brown Bag Films. Another modification includes LED lights under the base.
Bob's famous catch-phrase "Can we fix it?" is the ideal inspiration for many of the Bob The Builder toys that are available to buy. Lego and Duplo were among the first companies to use Bob's building yard as the perfect setting for some construction fun - and Born To Play have released some wonderful toy vehicles based on characters from the series, including the bright yellow Bob The Builder Friction Scoop. Distributed by an unknown company. Similar sound effects, but the audio now plays the German version of the theme song. Recognised as Bob der Baumeister. Between March of 2003 and Present, Scoop was re-released several times with Jolly Roger's modern dashboard and Stamar messages, new designs for his eyes, a new Stamar soundboard, and for some units, a siderail on the left (viewer's right) hand side where Bob is.The early V1 Roley's (March-September of 2003) featuring 2 of Roley's phrases exist. There used to be two at York and Southend Pier.