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    Fun: Siku German police cars
    Posted by BB on Thursday, March 02, 2006 @ 05:50:48 UTC (9572 reads)
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    Our Favorite Toys
    Ever since my Dad took a business trip to Germany in 1986 and brought back several Siku Polizei die cast cars, I have been interested in collecting them. I had always liked Matchbox and Hot Wheel police cars, and had lately discovered the Tomica Pocket cars. The Siku cars were special. They all had plastic antennas. They were Mercedes Benz sedans, luxury cars here in the United States. One of them was even a Porsche 911. The Autobahn was known to have no speed limit, so of course a Porsche would be needed to patrol and give chase!

    Ladder Golf and Cornhole (aka Polish Golf and Bean Toss)
    Posted by BB on Tuesday, September 20, 2005 @ 19:08:07 UTC (31015 reads)
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    Our Favorite ToysTwo games are traveling on the summer party circuit and will be in all the RV parks in the winter. Both are based upon Horse shoe pitching with similar scoring rules.

    In each of these games, there are two teams each standing at opposite ends of a pitch at a certain distance. The object is to get the throwing item onto a target item and score according to the distance from the target. Points are awarded for closest and for "ringers" or direct hits on the target.

    Fun: Hallmark Mighty Tonka Twin Boom Wrecker 2005 Ornament
    Posted by BB on Friday, July 08, 2005 @ 20:52:31 UTC (8000 reads)
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    Our Favorite ToysThe local Hallmark / Gold Crown store is being reconfigured this week for the 2005 Christmas ornament collection. Once I discovered the Tonka Toy ornaments in July a few years ago, I have taken to checking in during the summer to see if the new one is available. I was able to pick up a copy of the 2005 Hallmark dream book. Also, the Hasbro web site also shows the new model for 2005.
    Fun: Johnny Lightning Die Cast Collectibles From Playing Mantis
    Posted by BB on Sunday, April 17, 2005 @ 02:57:26 UTC (11286 reads)
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    Our Favorite ToysWhen Playing Mantis picked up the Johnny Lightning Logo in 1993, I did not have a lot of hope for survival of this fledgling toy company. The Johnny Lightning trademark had been abandoned by the Topper Toy Company after 1971. Johnny Lightning could not survive the competition from Mattel Hot Wheels and Lesney Matchbox Superfast models. They had a few interesting models, but they were difficult to find and did not hold up well in play.
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