It's my wife's dream to find a blow mold Nativity, but they're impossible to find!
"there isn't a single thing on this page I would not accept with open arms."hint-hint-hint-hint-hint-hint...For what it's worth, if this Anon ever sees a single thing on this page at any of his regular thrift-store, yard-sale or flea-market runs, I'll be glad to send it to you on my own dime out of gratitude for the scans you posted back here.http://plaidstallions.blogspot.com/2018/09/mpc-star-wars-story.html...except for . You could have every one of those MPC models still in the shrink-wrap and I wouldn't trade. Those Sears outdoor electrical cords are probably the best ever sold to consumers. If you ever see one, grab it. My dad bought the 90-ft. and it still hasn't shown any signs of cracking or separating near the plugs, even after nearly half a century of use during brutal northern New England winters. Whatever formula they used for making the plastic back then is almost impossibly stable.
We have had a blow mold snowman for years, and my wife has looked around for an old Santa to be his pal. This year, I found one on ebay with not-outrageous shipping fees and surprised her for her birthday. She is happy with him. :)
I think we still have one of those orange extension cords in regular use.
Due to recent events, I'm limiting comments to google account holders only. Sorry if you're a decent person affected by this but the spam has gotten weird.