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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I have a little car about 1 1/4 inch long that my dad had.... he always told me it was his dads toy from 1920s. I'm just wanting information on the item. Can anyone help me?

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    1. Flanker Flanker, 8 years ago
      I don't know anything about this particular toy, but based on the automotive styling of the model, I would guess it represents a car from the 1950 or newer. If that was a toy made in the 1920's, it would be about 30 years ahead of it's time. I could be totally wrong about that, just my hunch. Very nice though!
    2. Stonie Stonie, 8 years ago
      It would be from the 50's I had one exactly like it as a kid, found it with my metal detector at my parents home that was built in 1947.
    3. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 8 years ago
      i'd guess that it is from the 50s too, but there were toy cars in the 30s and 40s. i have a couple.
    4. Flanker Flanker, 8 years ago
      Of course they made toy cars earlier than the 1950's. The oldest toy car in my personal collection is from the mid-1920's. But, you would not expect to see a model of 1950's style car that was made in the 1920's. Kind of like finding a antique coin with 30 BC printed on it.

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