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    Posted 13 years ago

    Fredbert
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    Can anyone help me identify the maker of this toy road grader? It measures 10 1/2'' long. It is made of die-cast/pot-metal. The tires are hard rubber. There are no markings or numbers on it anywhere. It is not a Hubley. I don't think it was made in the USA. The person I bought it from said his father brought his toys to America when he moved.
    Thank you for any help.

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    1. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 13 years ago
      might be a marx
    2. fourpeepsake fourpeepsake, 13 years ago
      It may be from New Zealand by FunHo toys. The first link shows an example from an angle similar to your second picture. The second link shows a few mint examples.

      http://www.ourspace.tepapa.com/media/4544

      http://history.funho.com/j-heavy.htm

      I hope you will post back with your opinion.
    3. jpzank jpzank, 13 years ago
      @ fourpeepsake - once again, you are dead right. Nice job.

      Wondering if you can identify two of the three battery-operated toys I've listed on another SHOW & TELL entry?

      James
    4. Fredbert, 13 years ago
      THANK YOU fourpeepsake!!!!! You are awesome!!
    5. AzTom AzTom, 13 years ago
      That is so cool.

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