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The ring with the script "S" in it appears to be a Studebaker emblem.

 

My dad was a child of the depression, he saved everything, he even saved used, bent nails in baby food jars.  :)

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2 hours ago, nick8086 said:

Jack I sent you a pm.

 

I was thing you were going asked me  if I had an Apple Peeler?

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I will take this if it is available.

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1 hour ago, sagefinds said:

That little wheel and tire has a gear on it,it may be off one of those tethered racers powered by an airplane engine. Those things seemed to be big bucks for awhile.

I saw that.. I thinking that is a hard part to find if it is off a tethered racers.

 

We have a local guy that has a collection.

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I can understand why your Dad kept this stuff. I have a similar collection of auto/motorcycle/misc hardware and nuts and bolts.! If you can identify what something is, and belongs to, you could list it on E Bay. If not, it will end up in one of those tubs of tossed in odds and ends at a swap meet. Some real treasures can be found there if you are patient and willing to get your fingers greasy!

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7 hours ago, nick8086 said:

Dave are going to buy it for him..

 

 

He asked you about it 6 posts down. Have you PM him? If not PM me a price and we will see. Dandy Dave!

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11 hours ago, nick8086 said:

 One in excellent condition in the box will command top dollar. The box is worth a lot more than the toy. One in the condition of yours is worth about 10 percent of that in my honest opinion. By the time shipping is added you may be over the value of the the toy. Like with automobiles, Condition is everything with toys. 

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