Classic Toys Made Affordable This Holiday Season

For parents looking to revisit a piece of their childhoods—or introduce their kids to classic toys this holiday season—Naperville company www.moonshottoys.com has just the thing.

For parents looking to revisit a piece of their childhoods—or introduce their kids to classic toys this Christmas—www.moonshottoys.com offers retro toys and reissued classics from the 50s-80s.

Recently launched in Naperville by husband and wife team Mark and Bea Manzo, www.moonshottoys.com offers tin robots, action figures, monster model kits, bobbleheads and retro-style Barbies at prices every 'toy hunter' can afford.

"No more having to fork over hundreds on ebay or scour pricey toy fairs to enjoy a toy from your past," says owner Mark Manzo. "We're making classic-style toys accessible, affordable and fun for kids of all ages! All of our products come in vintage-style packaging, are made from the same molds and specifications as many of the originals, but come at a fraction of the price. " 

The result: Everyone can get in on the fun. "Kids love this stuff," says Manzo. "They see a world of toys that they won't find at places like Walmart, Target or even Toys 'R Us. Most parents do a double-take and say, 'Whoa! I used to have this' or, 'Wow! I always wanted that when I was a kid!' Now they can have it."

When children and parents alike unwrap a classic this Christmas morning, families can bridge generations, bond together and have fun. That's what the magic of classic toys is all about.

Shoppers can revisit their childhoods and pick up the perfect nostalgic gift at www.moonshottoys.com.

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