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Posted 6 years ago

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I found this pedal car in an old barn at my home back in the 1980's. I think it dates to the 50's and is a Western Flyer because it has WF initial decal on it. This is the original paint, and the pedal car is still completely functional. Just wondering about the full identity and the value of this car.

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  1. Pedalcarguy Pedalcarguy, 6 years ago
    What you have is a Murray Flat Face Pedal Car , produced in 1959 until 1972
  2. sebivens, 6 years ago
    I agree with "Pedalcarguy", what you have is a Murray Flat Face Pedal Car. I can not nail down exactly what year but I feel it was produced between 1962-66 based off of the graphic.
    Murrary produced many varietys during this time which was sold and marketed for other companies as well such as Sears and Roebuck for example. I feel that this is the case with yours having the "Western Flyer" name on it also.
    Your Pedal Car in its current state un-restored is valued at around $300-500.Restored it would be $800-1500. You may check out speedwaymotors.com to get idea on cost of parts to restore yourself.
  3. Gatorman9, 3 years ago
    I had one of these. It was bought new as a Xmas present in either 1964 or 1965.

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