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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Caterpillar 955 Front Loader - Toysin Toys
Caterpillar D11R Collector Edition - Toysin Toys
Caterpillar D11R - Toysin Toys
Charles Lindbergh Pencil Box - Advertisingin Advertising
Over the Hill Racer - Toysin Toys
Spider Puzzle - Toysin Toys
Occupied Japan Tin Bus - Toysin Toys
Willard Battery Cable Sign - Advertisingin Advertising
Texaco Fire Chief Hat - Petrolianain Petroliana
Pleasure Trip Plane  - Toysin Toys

Comments

  1. Congratulations Vintagefran!
  2. Early grey wheel, Nice!
  3. Uranium Glass Yay
  4. Not Uranium Glass Nay.
  5. They sell for around the $20 - $25.00 range.
  6. I think you are correct on the value, maybe a few dollars. Still fun to have.
  7. Welcome to CW. Common JD GP tractor. It was either made by JLE Scale Models in 1982. It is made of diecast and sand cast aluminum, not cast iron.
  8. Welcome to CW!
  9. Very Nice!
  10. Uranium Glass Yay
  11. Not Uranium Glass Nay.
  12. Not Uranium Glass Nay.
  13. Uranium Glass Yay
  14. Uranium Glass Yay
  15. Uranium Glass Yay
  16. I see Mr Jim has not been around for some time but for the record the Pontiac was made in the 1980's
  17. Uranium Glass Nay.
  18. Uranium Glass Yay
  19. Uranium Glass Nay.
  20. Cool! It looks like someone had painted that over an old Coke button sign.
  21. uranium glass Yay
  22. Uranium Glass Yay
  23. Not Uranium Glass, Nay
  24. NAY! Is that legal in NJ?
  25. Thanks for all the loves.
  26. Thanks for all the loves.
  27. HAPPY EASTER!
  28. Love the oil cans, have a few myself. Hard to tell the size but they look like the little ones that came with sewing machines. Those are my favorites.
  29. Nice colors. Covered with homemade cookies, that thing would be the best one I have ever seen. I posted this on Mani's post as well but thought it should be added here too. Thanks Mani, I jus...
  30. I'm far from a train expert but it looks like a Hafner. Finding the note had to be an awesome moment.
  31. I've wondered what happen to that "Research Expert" a few times. One day all his posts were gone. Doc, I think you have a record post here. This will be #75 yet only 3 loves,lol
  32. Hey, She loves my CATS.
  33. Are there signs that maybe it was welded onto something? I looks like a plaque the contractor put on bridges they built.
  34. Hey, I have one of these. They are made of brass. The nickle plate on mine was poor so I buffed it all off and clear lacquered it. I have had mine for about 40 years. My only guess was it went besi...
  35. I would say an upholstery hammer
  36. Dr, if you stay I'll post more Caterpillar .... Pleeeease! I have a few hundred to post.
  37. Oh my! Reading this is a sad way to start the day. I will miss you. I do understand what you are saying about being an open forum but that is what makes it work ... and fail at times. CW has alwa...
  38. I think it would look best filled with coke bottle caps.
  39. I think the old carnival pieces were chalkware. The ceramic ones are newer and I think made in Mexico, maybe still are.
  40. Reproduction, just made to look old.
  41. Very nice! Could be any dirt track racer, sprint type car from early 50's. Because the driver looks so young I would guess 1/4 midget racing. The car was probably chrome like the base. The paint...
  42. These are the ones made around 2000 right? I love black and silver but the red does looks more like an old one would have been painted. Great deal on both of them
  43. Thanks Rose. I fell in love with this instantly. It's so small it looks great with the toy phones. Thanks for all the loves everyone.
  44. Thanks Rose. Thanks for all the loves.
  45. Welome! Hope to see the finished product.
  46. Mystery Solved
  47. I'm with Manikin. It also looks to be aluminum with an anodized copper finish. They were popular in the 50's -60's.
  48. Nice lighter. I missed it all, and that's ok. I'm just glad you are staying.
  49. Welcome tractorbob. Post away! You were only one of many that had that story. It was quite sad as he made some nice stuff for the times. I have a few of his MM tractors as well.
  50. Awesome, Love the patina.
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