Vintage McDonald’s Playland pieces sold in the market

Now you can be Mayor McCheese of your own backyard!

A seller from Johnstown, New York has listed some amazing pieces of McDonald’s nostalgia on Facebook Marketplace…original pieces from McDonald’s Playland!

Do you remember how amazing it was to visit McDonald’s in the 80s? You weren’t just in for a cheap meal, you were going for an evening of fun. It wasn’t just fast food, it was an event! A child could swallow 1,500 calories of sodium and saturated fat and then go to work on a variety of equipment that is probably completely unsafe by 2022 standards!

Being a kid was so much better back then.

Arguably the most important item in this seller’s collection is Officer Big Mac’s jail cell. He has two (!) but one is in better condition than the other, and the asking price is $2,900. Do you remember jumping up there with a strange kid who smelled faintly of poo, and you were best friends for about 12 minutes? Good times, good times.

Another highlight here is the Grimace Rocker for $1,000. It needs a paint job, but if you’re ready to take on that – ohhhh baby, talk about MINUTES of excitement! What species was Grimace supposed to belong to? He didn’t fit with the rest of the characters. Looked more like the Philly Phanatic’s distant cousin than a fast food mascot.

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There are also various vintage seating accessories available. If you want to take the whole lot, it can be yours for $5,600. To see individual pricing for each gear, check out the original list here.

Vintage McDonald’s Playland pieces for sale on Facebook Marketplace

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