Toys of the Seventies, Upsy-downsies

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Several different rubber or plastic characters with their own vehicles and cardboard landscapes. (One gobbled hamburgers).Roads from landscapes could be connected with a plastic clip
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VaporineAudio - July 29, 2008 - Report this comment
I have the downsies. My sister had the upsies. She gave hers to me. We kept them in pretty good shape. We had MOST of them (not all - I'd die to get the ones I'm missing. I will post pics soon as i can. Dont hold your breathe!
Panda Rosa - January 12, 2009 - Report this comment
I remember playing with those, but not a one survived our very destructive games, we weren't nice kids. We also had a little storybook, where Mother What-now was trying to find cookies or kittens or something lost in a suitcase. My brother always read it in this very annoying singsong voice. Nobody in our nasty little circle liked the Downsies, or the spinning top ones.

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