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Posted 3 years ago

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I would like to find out some info about this pedal car. The only thing I have been able to find out about it is that it was sold at montgomery ward in the 30s. There are numbers on the back but I can't make out for sure what they are. Thank you for your help.

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  1. MMM MMM, 3 years ago
    I'm working on it.
  2. MMM MMM, 3 years ago
    The pictures are taken to far away for me to tell if it is a Gendron or American National. The wheels that are on the car tell me that it is made 1928 or later. That wheel does not appear in the catalogs until 1928.

    Can I have better, close up pictures. Can I also have a picture of the back of the car or is there a 4 digit number on the back. And what is the number. If not, look under the seat for a three digit number.

    Also take a picture of the grill badge and dash board.

    Thanks.
  3. MMM MMM, 3 years ago
    Since you already know what I was going to tell you. Here is the information for the other curious collectors...

    Your car is a 1931 Gendron Master Six. The same car is in a 1931 American National catalog and these were sister companies, the only difference is the American National is Ottawa Tan not red like yours.

    Also if it were an American National the number of the car would be a four digit number.

    Nice car and if you need help again please let me know.

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