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Model Tractors189 of 224Farmall C powerplant custom made 1/64th scale ertl John Deere toys
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    Posted 9 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, 9 years ago
      might be a marx
    2. fourpeepsake fourpeepsake, 9 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, 9 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, 9 years ago
      THANK YOU fourpeepsake!!!!! You are awesome!!
    5. AzTom AzTom, 9 years ago
      That is so cool.

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