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#154209 - 05/03/07 08:08 PM Favorite Childhood Toys
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I recall being a bigtime Star Trek buff when I was around 9-10yo. I had a model Enterprise that was this plastic kit with emblems you stick on the various parts. It vanished somewhere along the years.

With the 40th anniversary of the orginal Star Trek series running on the air, I decided what better way to help celebrate than to order a new ship! It arrived today, and it has lights and makes cool sounds. One of the best toys I could ever find!

One of my other favorites is my Winnie the Pooh bear. I remember being a WTP fan when I was younger, say 7 or 8yo.

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#154211 - 05/03/07 08:14 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: FormerTexan]
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1. Lincoln Logs
2. Erector set
3. G.I. Joes
4. Hot Wheels
5. Electric train set
6. Tinker Toys


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#154220 - 05/03/07 08:29 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: EGL]
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i recal .lincoln logs....cool....tonka trucks....the best


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#154256 - 05/04/07 12:16 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: sabata]
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Ya the tonka trucks where my favorite. would spend hours makeing hyways and hauling dirt around. Tonka truck where made in Mn a few mile form my home.

They had a factory on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, Thats where the name came from the lake. Tom

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#154261 - 05/04/07 12:33 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Muldoon]
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GI Joes rocked. I had so many, I couldn't even remember their names. Had vehicles too - my personal favorite was this long tank-thing, its back opened, and a tower with two incredibly BIG missiles folded up out of it. Can't remember its name, but it lorded.

Ninja Turtles first broke out and became popular with my age group; oddly, though, I never got into that fad.



Edited by melliferal (05/04/07 12:34 AM)
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#154265 - 05/04/07 12:54 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: melliferal]
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Matchbox Cars.

I kept the collection intact. Now my son has them. SO cool to see them being loved and played with again!

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#154293 - 05/04/07 06:09 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Still]
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Barbie, obviously!


SB x

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#154302 - 05/04/07 07:04 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: soapy bubbles]
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Got a huge mercedes car on my 8th birthday with flashing lights and bumping aids. Sometimes take it out of the box to show the two boys but it is still only mine after 25 years.

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#154307 - 05/04/07 07:52 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: pietie]
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LEGO's, my all time favorite. Build a city for the matchbox cars!! Then GI Joe and Godzilla would have a huge fight and destroy the city. I never had a ULTRA MAN.. so GI Joe was called to duty!!!

When I was a little older, my Crossman 760 BB gun. I had the duty of keeping the Chipmunks out of Dad's strawberries! That may be what started my big game hunting pursuit.

The chemistry set was cool, too. Till I made something that stunk to high heaven. Then I set the porch on fire with another expieriment. That was the end of that.

Great thread!!

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#154308 - 05/04/07 08:07 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: GWsurvives]
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little green army men ,if you set them on fire you can hear them scream when the plastic drips ,heh guess i was a weird kid huh?lol. its the only toy i remember having

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#154309 - 05/04/07 08:29 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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GW, I remember the chemistry set, I had one, too! It was amazing the things you could do when mixing up stuff in test tubes and heating it over those little burners!

Adam, the green army guys were cool, too. I remember digging out entrenchments and bunkers for them in the side of a grassy hill.

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#154323 - 05/04/07 09:37 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: EGL]
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I had the coolest Red toy Jeep (Metal not plastic), I still do, and my daughter plays with it. Its probably about 10 inches long...so cool!

EGL,

I had a chemistry set too and I loved it but I got into too much trouble with it. Too many..."Let see what happens if I put...."

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#154352 - 05/04/07 12:53 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: pain4ever]
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1. books
2. lincoln logs
3. books
4. toy soldiers, mostly cavalry and indians kind of stuff
5. books
6. microscope and chemistry set
7. books
8. sticker books about pirates and dinosaurs (not together)

Oh, did I mention books? .....

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#154354 - 05/04/07 12:59 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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My football and my teddy bear. My bears name is my bear. And he is.


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#154371 - 05/04/07 02:18 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: healingpartner]
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Lego was cool. I played with it til I was like, 14 or something.
Books. When I was about 9 I found out everyone under 18 can get a free membership of the librairy.
My soccerbal.
But then again that were also the only toys I had.

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#154397 - 05/04/07 03:39 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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Lincoln Logs
Hot Wheels
Matchbox Cars
Tonka Trucks
sticks
pine cones to throw at my brother
dirt
books (especially books about pirates)
pirate swords and eye patches
those cheap plastic balls you could get at the dime store
slingshots
pea shooters
balsa wood airplanes that fly when you twist up a rubber band

Does anyone remember Poopatroopers?



Edited by Chain Breaker (05/04/07 03:45 PM)
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#154424 - 05/04/07 05:39 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Chain Breaker]
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I didn't have a chemistry set; I had a physics set, which was probably safer, but still cool (and there were no limited supplies; you could do things over and over). For one birthday, I got a crystal radio kit, and an electric motor kit (never was able to get that one to work. Must've re-wrapped that damn wire a dozen times before I gave up).

And I loved soccer!

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#154456 - 05/04/07 10:18 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: melliferal]
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Ok. Here is the one and only....

Starship Enterprise!






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#154459 - 05/04/07 10:25 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: FormerTexan]
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M A R B L E S !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh my God. How did I forget marbles?

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#154460 - 05/04/07 10:27 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: healingpartner]
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Originally Posted By: healingpartner
My football ....


Which she can throw in a tight spiral!

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#154563 - 05/05/07 02:09 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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darn right Larry!




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#154564 - 05/05/07 02:13 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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The things I had were,

dinky toys
electric trainset
airfix airplane kits
and a catapult

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#154565 - 05/05/07 02:15 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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Wow! How could I forget the chemistry set???
I had more fun with the boxes they came in,

ste

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#154570 - 05/05/07 02:27 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: reality2k4]
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Matchbox cars were my #1 toy when I was growing up

sadly - mom got rid of all of them years ago - I had many many hundreds of them

I also had stompers (little trucks with a motor in em) - I used to take them and rewire them to run off of a 9 volt battery and then had a pulling sled where I would have my own mini truck pulls

TJ

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#154601 - 05/05/07 06:13 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: TJ jeff]
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I had a Chevy Corvair pickup. Pretty solid metal and plastic vehicle about 14 inches long. That little thing took me through many solitary hours playing by myself in the ditch in our back yard where I had roads and stuff.

Books
Tinker toys 4 sure
Hot Wheels
Bow and arrow (the ones with the suction cups on the end of the arrows)
Stick horse
Lego's
Squirt guns
Match-stick guns I used to carve out of my mom's clothes pins
Stuffed animals (yeah, wanna make somethin' of it?) \:D
Board games such as Checkers or Parcheesi

I used to take playing cards and using a clothes pin attach them to my bicycle frame so that they hit they clicked on the spokes when I rode. You could do at least 4 of them, 2 on each wheel. It made a wondrous sound!

There is at least one member here who in later life worked in the Lincoln Log Factory. My Brother Darrel aka derdlecar. He took me on a tour one time. What a treat! My little guy was all abuzz that day!

John

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#154719 - 05/06/07 10:43 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: WalkingSouth]
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Squirt guns


I still love squirt guns - especially those supersoaker things. At first I just made sure that mine outranged my daughter Lisa by 10-20 feet. What an easy fun game!!! \:D But then she discovered the Great Equalizer...the garden hose!!!

Much wetness,
Larry

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#154723 - 05/06/07 11:01 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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Forgot my pea shooter, rice hurts more than peas!
Loved throwing sticky buds into the girls' hair.
Conker fights.
Hopscotch, etc.

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#154728 - 05/06/07 11:12 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: reality2k4]
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Reality....most of us Americans probably don't know what "conker fights" are....so....
They are buckeyes with a hole drilled straight through and strung on a string about 12-18 inches long with a know on the end...then each boy swings his "conker" at each other and the first buckeye to break....loses.

I haven't thought about that game since we lived in England, 34 years ago!


Anyway......

I didn't have many toys growing up....dad drank all the money....
but I did have a

Johnny West....

He rocked.

Buzz


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#154735 - 05/06/07 12:01 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: buzz_key]
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squirt guns

One of the real treats of my childhood was one time when our mother let down her hair so to speak and had a water fight with us kids. It ranged all over the neighborhood and inside the house as well. Neighborhood kids got involved as well. Mom even ended up accidentally breaking one of the front room windows!

That was a real switch from the "mom" I knew. Didn't know quite what to think of it, but figured I'd take what I saw over what I was used to seeing. I think perhaps that may have been an indication that change was coming in the way she dealt with us as kids.

Lots of love,

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#154747 - 05/06/07 02:53 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: WalkingSouth]
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I loved legos, man i had pounds and pounds of them. I also loved my slot-cars, make little towns next to the banked curves..and let the cars FLY off the track into the little town, so much fun. Now my favorite toy is my new train set im building, im goin all the way, built a nice table and going to make the mountains and stuff later today!!!! Im such a kid \:\)

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#154792 - 05/06/07 08:14 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: istrong]
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istrong, if you ever get to Chatanooga, TN, go to the Chatanooga Choo-Choo. It's a Holiday Inn that's all about trains. You can sleep in a RR car if you want. The also have one of the best toy train sets in the world. It is something else!!

GW

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#154793 - 05/06/07 08:22 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: istrong]
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Originally Posted By: istrong
Now my favorite toy is my new train set im building, im goin all the way, built a nice table and going to make the mountains and stuff later today!!!! Im such a kid \:\)


Speaking of trains,.... \:\) Here's a glimpse into my favorite pasttime that's going on in my basement:

http://mopac-benton-ar.batcave.net/

istrong - I'm such a kid, too!

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#154796 - 05/06/07 08:41 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: EGL]
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my sweet baby jesus, EGL at first glance..(and second or third on some of them) i thought that was real photos of a real life train

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#154807 - 05/06/07 09:39 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: istrong]
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my skateboard. but i can't use it anymore. i still have it.

i had a few toys, just little things, but i broke them all. my sis got me a stuffed animal. thats pretty much all i got now.

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#154908 - 05/07/07 07:43 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: demonboi]
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of course. marbles! awesome.

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#154915 - 05/07/07 08:26 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Stefan012]
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Remember "steelies"? Not marbles, but steel ball bearings, which kids could not normally get ahold of very easily. NOTHING was worse than losing one of your steelies in a marble match.

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#154956 - 05/07/07 11:22 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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Steelies! How long has it been since I thought of them? It was indeed a calamity beyond all proportions when one was lost in a game. Usually I lost them to my brother, Darrel!

John

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#154962 - 05/08/07 12:06 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: WalkingSouth]
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John,

Originally Posted By: walkingsouth
Steelies! How long has it been since I thought of them? It was indeed a calamity beyond all proportions when one was lost in a game. Usually I lost them to my brother, Darrel!


This reminds me of a friend of mine whose Dad was a major in the Air Force. He worked at a big base near where we lived, and we all LOVED to go with our friend to visit the base. It had nothing to do with seeing the planes! We wanted to get into the dumpsters where they disposed of all the discarded parts. SOMEWHERE in there would be our prize - the old worn-out bearing rings from landing gear, now useless to the Air Force but FULL of wonderful steelies in pristine condition just waiting to be gently pried loose!! \:\)

Much love,
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#154981 - 05/08/07 07:35 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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Trains rock. Oh yes, they do.

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#154983 - 05/08/07 07:59 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: melliferal]
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steelies? slingshot?TROUBLE!

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#155019 - 05/08/07 12:09 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: shadowkid]
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Ah, the slingshot... I didn't need steelies to get in trouble with that... At least it was safer (for me) than the chemistry set.

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#155089 - 05/08/07 04:51 PM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: roadrunner]
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Very cool Enterprise FT!

OK, I'm really showing my age now, but:

Rock'em Sock'em Robots were so much fun;

loved those klick-klacks too, although I had more than one fat lip from playing with them; and

who could forget the all knowing magic 8-ball

Super Soakers ROCK!!!! I have my very own and to this day, I get in a supersoaker fight with someone every summer and love it.........

very cool thread FT - thanks.

ROCK ON.....Trish


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#155187 - 05/09/07 04:59 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: Trish4850]
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* pogo-sticks
* chopper bikes
*That thing where there's a post in the middle and a ball on a long string and you try to bat it

I hated Twister

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#155215 - 05/09/07 09:17 AM Re: Favorite Childhood Toys [Re: soapy bubbles]
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*That thing where there's a post in the middle and a ball on a long string and you try to bat it


I think it was tether ball? Lots of fun, but quite dangerous when you have 4 kids with the Mumps playing at once *lol*

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