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Marx Toys289 of 336Marx Reversible Coupe...1930'sMarx Tin Jumpin' Jeep Toy - 1940's
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    Posted 9 years ago

    Gringokid
    (8 items)

    marx toy car from 1920 ish lol im not sure missin the lil feller in the driver seat but other than that it still winds up and hauls but across the floor

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    1. Dr_Rambow Dr_Rambow, 9 years ago
      Neat stuff!

      This is from the 50s, it had a little plastic driver, which you can see here:
      http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/2800567
    2. Gringokid, 9 years ago
      Well heck what's 30 years lol I'm new to toys lol so rookie mistake lok
    3. Dr_Rambow Dr_Rambow, 9 years ago
      If I didn't know any better I would probably say 30s, since it has that pre-war flair to it. Many toys, by the time this was made, had become rather flamboyant and gaudy (IMO), so I can't fault you too much ;)

      There is no better way to learn than by making a mistake.
    4. zguy2112 zguy2112, 9 years ago
      GREAT Piece!

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