No. My favorite lunch box, and the only one I remember from childhood, is the fantastic Auto Race Magnetic Game Kit. It sported the popular Chaparral 2E Can Am racer on box and thermos (Mattel introduced the Hot Wheels Chapparal 2G in 1969 and the Chaparral 2 in 1998).
Produced in 1967 by King Seeley Thermos what made this kit special was the auto race game found on the back side.
Featuring two plastic cars (with magnetic inserts) and a spinner wheel to determine number of moves on the race course. I recall countless school lunchtimes in the cafeteria playing this game with friends. By the way the box pictured here recently sold at Serious Toyz's auction for just over $100. Not a bad price since it came with all the pieces still sealed in baggies.
|1969 Hot Wheels Chaparral 2G|
For a history of classic lunch boxes you'll want to read Collector's Guide to Lunchboxes: Metal, Vinyl, Plastic: Identification & Values and Lunch Boxes, Metal & Thermoses.
For more about Jim Hall's Chaparalls there is Chaparral by Richard Falconer abd Cars in Profile No 4: The Chaparral 2, 2D and 2F. If you just want to play with toy cars go for Chaparral 2D Coupe #7 AFX Racing.