Description from Action Toy Guide: The Fire House Headquarters has the "Ghost Pursuit" firepole, a "goop grate" with a 5 oz. can of Ecto-Plazm play gel and a "ghost containment" unit for storing ghosts. Action figures sold separately.
- American Line: Standard Box design, light purple paint on front to toy.
- Variant #1: Standard Box design, no paint on front to toy.
- Variant #2: Mixed American/UK Box design. Solid color illustration front and side labeled "Fire Station" with white back, side, top, and bottom labeled "Fire House". Light purple paint on front of toy. (Theorized to be the original first release of the Firehouse in the United States. It was only on the first release of Wave #3 of the Kenner line during the December 1987 release.)
- Canada Line: Standard version.
- UK Line: Standard Box design.
- German Line: German version doesn't come with Ecto-plazm.
- On page 11 of Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #3, the Proton Pack appears in the upper left of the white board.
- On page 11 of Ghostbusters: Get Real Issue #4, the Firehouse playset box makes a non-canon cameo in panel 1 and 2, on the middle shelf of the shelving on the left.
- On page 2 panel 2 of Ghostbusters International #4, Kevin Tanaka is carrying a box marked "Fire Station Headquarters," a nod to the U.K. printing of the Kenner Firehouse playset.
- On page 7 of Ghostbusters 101 #6, in panel 2, the cardboard box atop the white locker references Kenner's Fire House Headquarters playset.
- Ecto-Containment.com »Kenner »Playsets »Fire House page which has instructions for the Fire house toy.