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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-03-2010, 12:54 AM Thread Starter
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Your Favorite Toys

After seeing Bonnar426's thread, I wanted to make another thread that's picking on his idea.

What were some of your favorite toys as a child?

I'd have to say my favorite was probably my Tyco Fast Traxx.



However, I have a lot of good memories with a few others.

Truckapillar



My Pet Monster



Mouse Trap

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Gotta be my thundercats action figures. A football (soccer...). I was an outdoor kid for the most part. Always goin on little adventures.






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I had a pretty good collection of Masters of the Universe, if not for parental garage sales between those and the Star Wars figures I'd be a millionaire.



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I had a pretty good collection of Masters of the Universe, if not for parental garage sales between those and the Star Wars figures I'd be a millionaire.
Urgh isn't it annoying. I had all the original thundercats, power rangers, TMNT, loads of original Transformers. All in perfect condition. They got sold for like 50pence a piece.






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I'd get in trouble if I posted my favorite toy.

Edit: Ohhhh as a child!!

Had buckets of the old Thumb Wrestlers



Found Bop it quite fun also. (still do)





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TMNT were the toys to have. I had everything from baseball figures to wrestling and hot wheels. I do not mind getting rid of them. My aunt bought one of everything me and my bro bought so she still has all the old figures in there cases, I.E. April o neil action figures and WCW, WWF trading cards unopened. That is the only thing good about pack rats. They know how to make it rich.
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I had quite a few TMNT action figures, also. I have no idea where they went, though. I really wish I would've held on to my Truckapillar, though. They are extremely rare to find anymore.
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