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Childhood toys.

Started by: holly (59)

Having just read a "Turner's Toy Shop" posting on the "People" messageboard (and posting a reply myself), has made me think about those toys that we yearned for in our youth... I was desperate for a Mary Poppins outfit (at a time when such things weren't even available) so my grandma made me one in secret, complete with straw hat. In later years, Spirograph was all the rage. My parents got it wrong though and bought me a really naff, little kid's version called "Spirotot"... The best value for money though, must have been my Raleigh Rebel bike from Whelans bike shop. It was £27 and served me well for many years.

Started: 10th Aug 2006 at 08:51

Posted by: kathryn (6)

My gowd....roller boots,after years of wanting a pair I got some,only to find that once I had put them on I could not go anywhere.LOL

Replied: 10th Aug 2006 at 09:47

Posted by: getwom (inactive)

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Replied: 10th Aug 2006 at 11:14
Last edited by getwom: 8th Aug 2010 at 22:24:57

Posted by: teash (959) 

I`ve just sold me owd evel knievel stunt bike on ebay and can`t believe the thing fetched 120 beautiful pounds

Replied: 10th Aug 2006 at 16:46

Posted by: antontrip (240) 

"You can sell old Meccano sets on ebay for a fortune."

Replied: 18th Aug 2006 at 20:06

Posted by: ann442 (210)

lovley pounds good for you :)
my husband has the batman car and james bond
car that shoots matchsticks still
and the man from uncul car to

Replied: 18th Aug 2006 at 21:11

Posted by: disco_diva (inactive)

I remember Turners. It was expensive. Im sure the man who owned it was called ' Roy'.

Replied: 19th Aug 2006 at 12:16

Posted by: mandie (inactive)

i bought my husband some of his favourite childhood toys from ebay lst year anybody remeber Crossfire ,Rebound ,Simon

Replied: 19th Aug 2006 at 13:54

 

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