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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2011, 12:58:42 »
Are you now buying 1-2-3 sets because the local stores have run out of normal sized klickies - thanks to some particular Playmo-addicts? :hmm: :lol:
I actually think that the 1-2-3 sets are cute, but not really for me. I've bought some for the toddler who lives across the street, but I suspect they got lost. >:(
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #11 on: October 23, 2011, 14:08:06 »
PlaymoMan: Great question!!!

Nope, I am buying 123 because they are adorable, and I want to play with them! I think that they need more playmofriends, don't you?
And yes, they do make wonderful first or second birthday gifts for children, so keeping a few on hand is a great solution to what to give a toddler.
Our local stores have most of the current PM line in stock and will order whatever else I need. We are so lucky to have Science Safari just two miles from home because it is fun supporting a small, local shop.
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #12 on: October 23, 2011, 14:50:47 »
Nope, I am buying 123 because they are adorable and I want to play with them!

Well, who would think that they aren't adorable? ;)




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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #13 on: October 23, 2011, 18:27:12 »
I have a 1-2-3 section in front of my main layout that we take to exhibitions.
This lets the children get there hands on Playmobil. I try and put the electric 1-2-3 train out when possible.

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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #14 on: October 23, 2011, 18:51:51 »
What a brilliant idea so they can play with your 123 and leave the adult trains alone! Maybe the rest of us should try that when little ones are around, Pgal :wave:
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #15 on: October 24, 2011, 22:48:58 »
Here is our 123's. There must be more somewhere as I know we had 2 houses. The klickies much be over 100 even though it does not look like it.





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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #16 on: October 25, 2011, 00:35:35 »
Raz,
That is a serious 123 collection! Glad your sons have enjoyed it. Something about 123's just makes me smile even if I am in a horrible mood! Cheers, Pgal
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #17 on: October 25, 2011, 00:40:08 »
Wow, that's quite a collection!
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #18 on: October 25, 2011, 00:41:45 »
Well I finally broke down and bought a 123 house off eBay at #220873596493 this afternoon. Been eyeing it for a long time. And I like the not-red roof of the 6600. This is the only new one I could find anywhere...they must be quite rare.

There are several 123 houses; most for sale are pretty beat up having been tortured for many years by violent toddlers and their older siblings. Ain't gonna happen to my house!

Had to have a place for all my 123 people...they have been homeless for too long. Anyone else have the 6600 house? If you want to sell a spare, holler. I will build a subdivision of them so all my people have a home. Pics after it arrives in a few days, Pgal :wave:
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Re: 1-2-3 PM collection and what would be cool additions
« Reply #19 on: October 29, 2011, 20:46:57 »
Photos of my "not so new" 6600 House
As mentioned earlier, the 123 house I waited for so long for was not new or like new as it was supposed to be, so I am enjoying just having it at the moment. The house itself was not in bad shape; it was the figures and furniture that were pretty scratched up.

This house is dated 1990...21 years ago, so I guess it is okay if it shows a bit of its age, Pgal
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