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    Default Re: Mail order/ Old Argos Catalogues


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    Quote Originally Posted by huggie74 View Post
    LOL Tip-It! Spent many frustrating hours playing this. Great game!

    'Dreams come true if you want them to'

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    Default Re: Argos Catalogue - 1979 - Toy pages 1 to 12

    The Family Tree House is still around at my folks - now being played with/abused by a new generation.

    I've seen a couple of variations online too. One was a firehouse, and the other was a licensed item I think.

    And the train... Whistling swine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huggie74 View Post
    I had the Knight Rider version of the DOH Stuntbuster set! Always wanted the Bigfoot more though. Can't figure out how I didn't end up with one.

    Probably because I would turn around and say things like 'ooh, look at the Knight Rider Stuntbuster set!'

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    Ghostbusters



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    That brings back memories, I'll be here all day listing all the toys from those pages I had the chance to play with, so I'll just mention the

    Maximus - Is it just me or did he look just like Gerald from Pidgeon Street?

    Stuntbuster - I had the Knight Rider version, might still have some of the barrels & crates that came with it somewhere.

    Streak Racing - The glow in the dark version was fun to play with the lights out

    Construction Site - This is somewhere in my parents loft, might even have some of the accessories to it.

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    Default Re: Argos Catalogue - 1979 - Toy pages 1 to 12

    Me, my brother & sister had a lot of those toys between us, & knew people who had many more.

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    Default Re: Argos Catalogue - 1979 - Toy pages 1 to 12

    haha! although I was born in '79 I do remember that shape sorter in the 2nd picture! (although I'm sure that mine was blue and red! and it didn't have a head on the top of it!) Hmm...

    Brilliant piccies! I will have to scan my '88 Argos soon.

    Jon

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    More Ghostbusters, plus Supernaturals, Thundercats, Transformers and BraveStarr. (unfortunately I don't have the rest of this catalogue)


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    Default Re: Argos Catalogue - 1979 - Toy pages 1 to 12

    Great pics,I would imagine that old argos catalogues are worth a fair amount of money nowadays,I just wish I'd of kept mine.

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