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Old 01-26-2012, 05:26 AM
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Coolist thing you had as a kid

Ok what is the coolist thing you had growin up as a kid?

I had a 86 model powerwheels bigfoot monster truck with a weedeater motor on it! It was f***in awesome!

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Old 01-26-2012, 05:48 AM
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that looks like fun. christmas when i turned 1 1/2 i got a red convertible corvette power wheels car. it was the **** haha
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Don't remember the exact year, but a early 80's Honda 125M 3-wheeler. I wanted a dirt bike in a bad way but my dad wouldn't let me have one because dirt bikes were dangerous. REALLY?! And 3-wheeler's were safe?!
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Old 01-26-2012, 07:24 AM
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I had a Honda ATC70 3-Wheeler and a then, when older, a Kawasaki KD-80 Dirt Bike.
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Erector sets, legos, k-nex, BB gun, then turned 12 and got my first real gun, 20-gauge semi-auto.

Been downhill ever since!

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Hard to say. My Grandpa got me a new gun every Birthday after I turned 7. Started with a BB gun, then a .22 single shot, .22 semi, 20ga. You get the idea.
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Hard to say. My Grandpa got me a new gun every Birthday after I turned 7. Started with a BB gun, then a .22 single shot, .22 semi, 20ga. You get the idea.

Funny, my grandfather is the one who gave me the 20 gauge.

My parents were horrified, it was great! Me and my friend wiped out the neighborhood squirrel population in a couple months between his 4-10 double barrel and my 20 gauge semi.

I feel bad for city kids.
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A wood-burning kit. It had the iron with interchangeable tips for different shapes. I had some wood with pictures on it you could burn and it had some patterns so you could create your own. Don't know where that got off too - Sometimes I wished I had that back.
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A wood-burning kit. It had the iron with interchangeable tips for different shapes. I had some wood with pictures on it you could burn and it had some patterns so you could create your own. Don't know where that got off too - Sometimes I wished I had that back.
I just bought a weller wood burning kit yesterday to do some crafts on the weekends

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I just bought a weller wood burning kit yesterday to do some crafts on the weekends

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Thanks Casey - I might have to check into something like that.
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