Sorry for the picture quality, but I'm not much of a photographer. In any case, here are some I've been collecting in somewhat similar scales. First is from Lionel Power Masters, an obscure line from 1988, though there is a live auction on eBay Sunday, October 15 for a few pieces. They're articulated at the neck, shoulders, and hips. Great sculpts, but the heads are a little large for the bodies (80s toy, after all). The second is actually a kitbash I've been working on, but all the parts from the neck down are from Lionel Polar Express figures. They're articulated at the neck, shoulders, hips, and knees and have decent sculpts, considering the source material. Third is obviously an Air Raider. Fourth is apparently from Fox Kids NASCAR Racers (thanks for the ID, Balok, I'm addicted now). Good sculpt and same articulation as Air Raiders, but kind of hard to find. Fifth and Sixth are from the Fast & Furious Stunt Stars mentioned above. They have what I've come to think of as standard articulation for this size and come with 1/32 scale vehicles from the movies. They're actually a lot of fun and Mattel's website has some that aren't at retail stores yet. Seventh is from WWE Micro Aggression line. Wrestling figures, but you can sometimes find some in plain clothes instead of tights. Proportions tend to be kind of exaggerated. Eighth is a Transformers 3rd party accessory from Dr. Wu (Partners series). Fits well with the Transformers Masterpiece line, though just a bit bigger than the official figures from that line. Articulated only at shoulders, hips, and knees. Ninth is a pilot figure from a Russian tabletop game called Robogear. It consists of a series of model battle-mech's (somewhere between Battletech and Exo-Squad, with weapons that really fire) that you can build and paint, then use in a game similar to Warhammer. Articulated at shoulders and hips. Finally, tenth and eleventh are from a line called Battle Builders from Playmates. Most have a Mad-Max feel to them and are articulated at the neck, shoulders, hips, and knees. Also sometimes good are the figures from Matchbox's Mega-Rig line. I say sometimes because they have been made in 3 different scales throughout the series and it's hard to say what that will be. Most of the dinosaur themed ones are pretty good, but much of the earlier series are only just over an inch high and the very newest ones are a bit over 2 inches, so maybe half a head to a head taller than Air Raiders figures.