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Trying to identify two toys
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Post# 451702   4/17/2022 at 09:45 (790 days old) by fan-of-fans (USA)        

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There are two toys that I remember that dated back to the 1990s. I've tried searching on internet searches and eBay and found nothing. I don't know what brand either was so it's difficult to figure out. I know they're probably newer than most people would pay any attention to but both were pretty unique.

The first was a small toy sort of kitchen. It was battery powered. On the left was a base where a blender would go, and on the right was a food processor. The containers were clear plastic and each had blades that would rotate when the toy was switched on. In between was a "burner".

There was a background I believe made of cardboard, and it had two little tabs that locked into the base so it would stand back. Over the "burner" there was a vent hood attached to the background. On top of it there was a yellow fan, and air I guess sort of came up a tube behind the background and made the fan spin while the blender and food processor were running.

It was a really strange toy, it almost sounds like something from a weird dream. But I know it existed.

The other toy was a round building that I think was meant to be a drive in restaurant. I remember there was a lithographed picture around it that showed people sitting inside, and waitresses on roller skates. I believe it could rotate somehow. It think it was purple and aqua in color. I can't remember the brand, and it may have not been a common brand, but I believe it had a date of 1994 or 1995 on it.

If anyone has any ideas they'd be appreciated.

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