AzTom

Valley of the Sun, Arizona

Personal Website: azdiecast.com

I have been collecting toys for over 40 years. My collection ranges from farm toys to cars and trucks but includes just about any type vehicle. EMAIL: ohtoycollectoI have been collecting toys for over 40 years. My collection ranges from farm toys to cars and trucks but includes just about any type vehicle. EMAIL: ohtoycollector@gmail.com (Read more)

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My collection of Gas Pumps - Model Carsin Model Cars
Stoneware Oil Lamp - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Ford Carburetor Coffee Mug - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
Buick Tire Gauge - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Marx Motor Market Truck - Model Carsin Model Cars
Wyandotte Plastic Semi - Model Carsin Model Cars
John Deere Nascar Pedal - Toysin Toys
John Deere Pedal Car - Toysin Toys
Massey Harris 44 Pedal Tractor - Toysin Toys
Murray Boat Pedal Car - Toysin Toys

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  1. Very nice. I just picked up an old phone like this. I'll get it posted. "Pretty good for an old girl from about 1907 !" You or the phone?
  2. Very Cool! Can't tell the size of each can in the photos, but could they be actual cans not cut and rolled? I have an oil can like that and there have been a few posted on here as well.
  3. If you are just looking for values on these, Go to ebay, type in the description on the box and click search. Then go down the left side and click on "Completed Listings" . The info needed is also ...
  4. Glad to have you back Scott. That rabbit with a gun got me thinking what it would have been like if Bugs Bunny had a gun. Hmmm .. I think he actually had Elmer's gun a few times,lol
  5. Welcome to CW. Great find. This one is referred to as a Flat Face by collectors. the Tee-Bird is a different car. Having the plastic hub caps would put this one around mid 60's. I have an ad for t...
  6. Nice. I have a slew of the Premier series as well, nice cars. I also have a thing for gas stations. Whats the story on this one? I like the old look but not sure about the "Steps" into the garag...
  7. Very Nice!
  8. Thanks Scott, Good to see you back.
  9. I have seen several of the old style Auburn trains but I have never seen this one. It is amazing that I could not find a single photo of one on the net. Could it have been a prototype of a toy nev...
  10. Thanks for the comments and all the loves. The float chamber is hollow but the walls are rather thick so it's not all the big.
  11. Photos of the back and bottom would be helpful but this looks like a modern cabinet made to look like an old ice box.
  12. I'm not convinced it's a new one. The one in the video has an oval handle hole and it is clearly new smooth iron. The one here has aged pits and more of a crude forging than the new one has, jus...
  13. I love the little one you made. How do the keys differ so that one key doesn't open all the locks made? As a heads up to beginners, there are some repos out there that look very much like th...
  14. I still like the wide white walls.
  15. Thanks, You can check my "Collections" anytime. I have always wondered why more collectors don't use the "Collection" feature.
  16. The closest I got was throwing the bales up on the hay wagon, the farmers son drove the tractor,lol. The good side was 50 cents an hour added up working 10-12 hours a day.
  17. Nice car! I had to search this one some, they don't show up often. This appears to be the 8 in version .. shorter arms and the ASC on the side panel. The 11 in version has the logo on the truck. N...
  18. The "Crank" type hitch makes it a 1968 - 70.
  19. I'm thinking around 1918 Cadillac.
  20. Wow! I really love this one. I'm not sure why you would need two Laptop pockets ....... hmm, maybe those are magazine holders. I have seen a lot of desks but never on like this one. Even the cu...
  21. Nice! Welcome to CW
  22. Thank you gocgrace1 Welcome to CW!
  23. You don't see these often. Nice!
  24. That makes sense. The part that I thought was funny was the "your recent Show & Tell posting" Glad to see new categories being added. Thanks!
  25. I just got this email,5-17-16, LOL "We have recategorized your recent Show & Tell posting on Collectors Weekly"
  26. Thanks, I'll keep my eyes open for them.
  27. Very Nice!!
  28. I don't think I have ever seen those before. Are the marked and how tall are they?
  29. I'm with kerry on this one. The screw on the back should re-set it.
  30. Has a nice look to it. Does it say something in the groove?
  31. blunderbuss2, Oh Ya! We played with them, setting them and poking it with a stick ...... not the beaver, the trap.
  32. Welcome to CW. The bottom look odd, has to be unique to the maker.
  33. I know very little about pottery but it's kind of cool that it's your initials. A few more photos may help someone that does know pottery.
  34. I do not know anything about the manufacturer. I have not owned one of these so I never did a lot of research on it. I know graphics are available for them and that the cars come up on ebay once i...
  35. There was a lady at the antique mall complaining that they sold these type of traps. She said they were cruel to animals. Just say'n We had a bunch of those growing up, some that had the spring ...
  36. I was made in the late 50's - early 60's. For me it would be worth saving for nostalgia reasons.
  37. If it's any help, that is a Wyandotte toy airplane. I have no idea if Wyandotte made lamps out of these or if some handyman made it. I do like it!
  38. Thanks Caper, I never thought about a cab on one of these. That could be a custom project for the extra one I have.
  39. A piece that someone spent a lot of time making for sure. I would agree that it's signed SSA, in cursive. The date looks like 68. I did notice a clutch head screw in it just below the second S. ...
  40. Oh man! I don't have one done yet,lol I do have some of the old jealousy window glass, love the round edges
  41. Welcome! Nice scale. I wouldn't clean it up too much. Hard to determine the size, is it a 10 lb scale?
  42. That's an old one for sure. Looks English made. It's hard to see in the photos if any of those markings include a manufactures logo. If you can send me close-up photos of it and of the bottom, ...
  43. Thanks for the nice comments and the loves.
  44. Thanks for the loves!
  45. Thanks, There was a red Farmall H or M, can't remember which, and a Ferguson that came in gray as well as a a red. Could be more. I did see a factory "Repair Kit" sell on ebay awhile back that had p...
  46. Glad I asked, they looked bigger than that. The tractor does exist, I'll have to check on a photo. The tractor is 1/16 scale, so it's about 7-8 inches long and is molded plastic much like your truck...
  47. Nice! You have been busy,lol
  48. Thanks, I'll keep an eye open for reference material on it.
  49. We are all here to learn. I have looked for years to find the Lego tractor with no luck. What is the size of these?
  50. Seems like you could ruin a shirt sleeve using that thing or worse, your skin.
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