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    Any collectors on DC? I have managed to keep the ones i had growing up. Not a ton but enough to fill up 1 case. Also 1 case of Matchbox cars.

    Man did i play with them though. Some classic models.

    This Led Zeppelin series is available now.

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    My buddy here at work collects them.
    I own so many but none kept in the package. I played with them all and played hard I did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpazApproved View Post
    My buddy here at work collects them.
    I own so many but none kept in the package. I played with them all and played hard I did.
    I recently got the ones i have back out of storage.. they're all 1976 or earlier with earliest being 1968 a hot rod El Camino.

    I'd like to get the Zep set.
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    Had'm all as a kid. Matchbox (My favorite was the blue cougar) and Hotwheels. We ran track in places you can't imagine. So much fun.

    Not to jack the thread but a buddy and I also got into slot cars. We each bought a track set so we could have our own transformer. Full speed all the time.
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    I still have all the ones I had as a kid. Some of them are first issues from ‘69, while the others range from early ‘70s to early ‘80s. Most are in fair condition. About 10 years ago, I started buying new ones again. Right now, I have about 100 vintage and about another 150 new in the package.
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    Heck of a lot easier to collect and store than drum sets. That's for sure.
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    My brother has an impressive collection

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    I remember getting a chrome “Boss” something mustang that one could get only through mail order. I gave it to my brother.

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