Crow T Robot

Made with genuine Maligdinum?
What can I say about Crow? He's a very complicated robot. He has some of the most difficult parts to find. But I have been able to find all the original parts for him .

He is also more time consuming and complicated to build. I don't have a large surplus of Crow available, but I do manage to construct one fully built Crow each week and offer him for sale by auction on my eBay site.

If your intersted in bidding on him you can check out my eBay listings at .
The eye socket is made from a Schwartz Bros. Plastics soap dish. These usually are part of a bathroom accessories set that included a tray, hairbrush, toothbrush holder, powder box and tissue dispenser cover. These are still kind of hard to find, but I do see them occasionally for sale on Ebay.
Soap Dish - (click to enlarge)
Floralier Vase - (click to enlarge)
Crow's torso is made from two Tupperware "Floralier" flower vases. These come in three pieces with a tray, lower vase and upper vase which snap together to make one set. These are still pretty easy to find. I see them in thrift store and garage sales. You can't swing a dead elf on Ebay with out hitting one of them.
The thing that seems to define Crow's "Crow-ness" the most is the Cooper Hockey mask used for his "net". These are the elusive model XL7-FG face guards. I gotten a few over the years through trades and classified ads, but I rarely see them any more. About once every few months one will pop up on eBay.
Cooper Hockey Mask - (click to enlarge)
Crow Hands - (click to enlarge)
Crow's hands are made from two novelty grabber toys. I used to be able to buy these by the dozen, but they have since gone out of production. The ones I see now are made in the shape of various animal or dinosaur heads.
Yet another difficult part to find are these Empire plastic bowling pins used for Crow's beak. They are the older style with an "e" stamped on the top of them. The newer "Crown" style are pretty easy to find. The ones sold in store now are the correct size but have no design stamped on them.
Empire Bowling Pin - (click to enlarge)
Wallace Desk Lamp - (click to enlarge)
A while back I acquired one of the incredibly rare Wallace Leisure Product desk lamp that make up his shoulders. They are the model WL81 "Alpha" or "Genie" fluorescent lamps. Mine says "Genesis" near the switch. They have a movable joint that allow Crow's arms to swing. The arms are a little shorter than typical swing-arm lamps.

Crow Parts

Below are the Crow parts I have available. I can accept Paypal and money order payments. I have all the parts made in advance, so once I receive your funds I will ship the parts the next day. After shipping I will send you an email with the USPS delivery Confirmation number.

If you have any question about the parts or the ordering process feel free to contact me at

Complete Crow T Robot Kit - $195
  • This kit contains all the parts you will need to assemble your own Crow. Includes everything listed below plus PVC tubing, eye
  • Crow Kit - (click to enlarge)
    Soap Dish - $15.00
  • Vacuformed copy of the original Swartz Bros soap dish used for Crow's eye socket. Includes a matching piece of polystyrene to cover the back
  • Vacuformed Soap Dish - (click to enlarge)
    Empire Bowling Pin Cast Resin - $20.00
  • Exact cast resin copy of the original Empire bowling pin used for Crow's beak. Has the distinctive "e" imprinted on top. Cast with black resin so there is no need to paint the inside.
  • E Pin Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Real Empire Bowling Pin - $45.00
  • The is the genuine plastic bowling pin used on Crow. Extremely rare and hard to find. I have a small stash of these pins available for purchase. Essential for anyone looking to create an authentic Crow replica. Color may vary.
  • E Pin Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Shoulders - $45.00
  • Cast copies of the original Wallace desk lamp housing with movable joints.
  • Shoulder Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Tupperware Torso Kit - $50.00
  • The familiar Tupperware Floralier vase with an extra panel for Crow's main body.
  • Torso Kit - (click to enlarge)
    Hands - $15.00
  • Cast copies of the novelty "pincher" hands used for Crow. Come in three cast pieces; top, bottom and connector pin. This makes them completely movable.
  • Hands Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Cast Arm Assembly (1 pair)- $35.00
  • Made from cast resin joints and 3/8" square wooden dowels, Includes foam trim pieces, nuts and bolts. (does not include hands or shoulders)
  • Hands Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Metal Arm Assembly (1 pair)- $55.00
  • These are arms pieces from a real metal adjustable lamp. Includes foam trim pieces, nuts and bolts. (does not include hands or shoulders)
  • Hands Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Torso Tubing- $3.00
  • This is the piece of black drainage pipe that goes inbetween the two Tupperware plates
  • Hands Cast Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Replica Cooper Hockey Face Guard - $45.00
  • Painstaking cast in three separate pieces, this is an exact replica of the original Cooper XL7 face guard used for Crow's "net"
  • Cooper Mask Copy - (click to enlarge)
    Real Cooper XL7 Face Guard - $75.00
  • I have a small collection of the original Cooper XL7 faces guards available. Color may vary.
  • Cooper Mask Copy - (click to enlarge)