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The Ultimate List Of McDonald's Toys That We Obsessed Over As Kids

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As much as we loved milkshakes, hamburgers and crispy chicken nuggets, the best part of eating at McDonald's as a kid was the free toy in our happy meal.

Over the years we collected so many of these great toys. Here are some of the best ones:

Rubber Band Motor Boats (1981)

Playmobil Figures (1982)

Little Golden Books (1982)

Hot Wheels (1983)

Play-Doh (1983)

Popoids (1984)

Ronald McDonald Cloth Doll (1984)

A little creepy....but still fun!

Astroniks (1984)

Lego Super Travelers (1985)

My Little Pony (1985)

Transformers (1985)

Pullback Race Cars (1985)

Construx (1986)

Berenstain Bears Figures (1986)

Tinosaurs (1986)

Disney Activity Books (1987)

Muppet Babies Figures (1987)

Crayola Markers and Crayons (1987)

Sea World Animal Plushies (1988)

McNuggets Buddies and Halloween Costumes (1988 and 1993)

Have you seen your favorite set already? We have lots more classic ones to remember...

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