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Posted 7 years ago


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looks very old old relative was going to junk it and i saved it loks 20's or 30's 40's at the latest


  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 7 years ago
    Good eye and save......clean it up with a soft cloth and some WD-40 very nice looking van I'm not sure of the age bbut I'm sure someone here is. You have a good eye.
  2. blair blair, 7 years ago
    thank you
  3. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    google search (lumar van lines truk) and on ebay buy it now 49.00 plus 20 for shipping. also your truck is missig the tail gate in the back.
  4. blair blair, 7 years ago
  5. blair blair, 7 years ago
    ok i just did a little looking thanks
  6. blair blair, 6 years ago
  7. aycockonxion aycockonxion, 6 years ago
    Here is a link to the similar Marx Lumar Van Lines truck that was produced in the 1940's - .. and here is another link -

    Yours has plastic wheels and the newer cab style that was made from the mid-1950's into the '60s.
  8. fourpeepsake fourpeepsake, 6 years ago
    Your Van was made by Louis Marx & Co., probably dating to the 1950's. I love the lithography on this toy.

    Marx often made use of the same dies to make different toys by changing the litho or combining with other stamped pieces.

    Here is an example of your toy:

    Here is one that is similar to yours, but with a red roof:

    Here is one just like yours, but with the addition of a drop down loading gate:

    Finally, here is an example with a different cab and tin litho wheels:

    Nice save!
  9. blair blair, 6 years ago
    thanks guys
  10. blair blair, 6 years ago
    do you know where i could get a door for it (back door)

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