Coming from the family I did I was a completely military obsessed child so had loads of Airfix soldiers, Timpo cowboys and Britains Knights and loads of accessories to go with them (tanks, planes, castles...) as well as enough toy guns/swords/axes/bows to equip a small army. Luckily my mates were equally military obsessed so the guns were frequently used in large scale battles held either in the local churchyard or round the back of the NCOs married quarters.
Naturally I also had several Action Men and many uniforms for them including the slightly dubious 'Nazi Stormtrooper' so that my British Commando had someone to fight
Lego was another mainstay of my toy collection but was used mainly to build forts and bunkers for my HO/OO scale soldiers. When I later got a set of spacemen it was used to create futuristic hydroplane skimmers for battles on a distant water planet.
I had the Batmobile with cutting blade and firing rockets. Health and Safety would have fits at this nowadays
Another thing I seemed to have loads of were Matchbox, Hotwheels, Dinky and Corgi cars. Not quite sure how I got so many of those.
The one thing I did hanker after was a SHADO interceptor from the TV series UFO. My mate was going to get me one for my birthday but his parents and mine conspired and I ended up with a model of the Queens limo with Her Majesty in the back. It ended up being attacked by terrorists (Airfix Afrika Korps infantry)on a mountain (the top landing) and before the plucky special forces (Airfix British Commandos) could get to it had plunged over the edge and exploded. I think my folks got the hint because I got the interceptor for Christmas that year.