keiser31

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  1. 31 minutes ago, TerryB said:

    Based on internet searches I believe it’s from the Wyandotte toy company.  The wheels are wood, not rubber which is what Wyandotte used on many of its products.  As for year, I’m not sure but I’m thinking 1930s manufacture.  I paid a whopping $18 for it at a local antique/craft mall that just opened locally about 2 weeks ago.

    Did you hold a gun to the seller's head, 'cause that is a GREAT price for that piece!

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  2. 1 hour ago, zeke01 said:

    Pray tell, what we’re you using for a warning flag in the bottom photo of your post? Zeke 

    It's a towel that has so many staples in it that it looks like a skirt. The silver object is part of a display/dressing room baffle from a clothing store. I toted it home and used it as a dog house cover for our Saint Bernard named Karma. It was the '70's....


  3. 16 minutes ago, Spinneyhill said:

    But is it a Lomax? It has doors and the Lomax does not. Nor do I see the prominent engine sticking out the side.

    Those are the reasons I stated, "Or at the least, VERY similar." The body has the shape and front opening, but as you say, there are a lot of differences. That is the closest I could find.