Here'* more...Tinker Toys. For something that was made entirely of wood, those things rocked. Then they went plastic...then died.
Spirograph - When was the last time you saw a set at your local Wally World or Toys R Us? Nowadays, you see "Doodle Doug" which does the exact same thing...on it'* own. Where is the fun in that?
Snoopy Snow Cone Maker....now THAT was something I always wanted as a kid but never got
Capsella - Remember those? Clear bubble things with gears, transfer cases, and shafts inside. You can join them together to make...damn near anything you wanted, even boats and submarines if memory serves.
Lisa Frank stickers and felt posters...not for me, but my sister always had to have them.
GI Joe Apache Helicopter - took my dad 3 hours to put that thing together one Christmas day, and it was BAD A$$.
Radio Shack 200+ experiment kit - that kept me busy for a while. Actually made the crystal radio and was shocked when I could actually hear stuff come from it, though it sounded remarkably close to a poltergeist
Viewmaster Projector - just load up your standard Viewmaster disks and have a little movie in your bedroom.
Nerf Boomerangs....the 3-bladed foam terror that would NEVER come back to you, but was fun throwing it around the palyground at school.
Pogo Balls....though they are trying to make a comeback now.
The "Animal" - remember those big battery powered cars that if they got stuck for some reason, the tires would split open to reveal claws? Those things NEVER worked right.
Sit-n-Spin'* - Kinda reminded me of huge "Sorry" game pieces.
Welcome, downwardly mobile yuppies, to the dawn of the Age of Nefarious.
1993 SSEi - FrankenJinx - dead and gone.
1994 SSE (136K strong) - 180* t-stat,HD alternator, most unequipped SSE on the club, XM radio, Kenwood CD/MP3.
2006 Chevy Malibu Maxx LTZ - Custom 2.25" manifold-back exhaust w/FM-80. Probably the only Maxx with this system.