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HarleyEarl

Christmas Morning...

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Balthazar's son opening his gift got me thinking of past gift openings.

One of my favorite gifts was a race car track set. Man, I loved that gift.

Another was a gas station with cars and little service men. Was in heaven when I opened that.

I remember also a remote control car, so fun...but it was a Thunderbird. My folks didn't yet know what a GM fan I'd become.

If you were a kid now, what would you like under the tree?

Also, I realized at Christmas, I'll eat stuff early morning, around breakfast time, that I'd never eat other times of the year. Like chocolates, Christmas cookies etc...

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Lots of stuff...transformers, GI Joes, cars, CDs (later)....

Lots of good stuff! :yes:

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Yep, I was happiest as a child when one year, I received 7 or 8 pro wrestlers (the old rubber ones with painted undies) and the WWF ring to go with it all. Still have the wrestlers (and more as well) but the ring was broken in half when my dad accidentally stepped on it). Argh, could have been worth money by now.

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Best single package I've ever opened?

a box the size of a small TV PACKED with Hot Wheels. :)

For those that do not know I own about 6,000 "toy" cars, most of them

being Hot Wheels, Matchbox & Majorette of the 1:64~th variety, but

also including over 200 models in the 1:18th scale, several hundred in

1:24 and some odd-ball stuff like an unbuilt 1:12th scale '69 Camaro.

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