The 1982 Steeler v1 figure, tank commander Ralph W Pulaski, came packaged with the MOBAT ( Motorized Battle Tank ). The most common place for paint wear is on the gold pistol on his chest and on the gold band stripe on his upper arms.
As with all straight-arm G.I.Joe figures, the elbows are a concern. They may be cracked, chipped, or even discolored from stress.
Steeler, with 2 "E"s, is the correct spelling of this figure's code name as spelled on his file card and packaging. However, it is often mispelled as Stealer, with an A. Stealer would make him a thief. Steeler, as he is named, is appropriate for someone who drives a steel tank, has operated heavy equipment, and has graduated from Armor School at the top of his class.