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Hot Rod toys

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by CadMad, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. That's cool Ron.:cool::cool: JW
     
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  2. Thanks JW, I think that toys are meant to be played with. My oldest grandson {Eli} loves Hot Rods. But this little guy {boo boo} is plain NUTS about them. He's not even two yet, but plays with anything with wheels. He makes car sounds, and likes crashing them together too!:rolleyes: lol Here's a 50's Hot Rod toy I like. You can change it to a closed PU, or to a RPU, or just a roadster, and notice the nail head with a blower, and a Q.C too. ;) Ron... 1212.jpg 1214.jpg 1216.jpg 1213.jpg
     
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  3. 49ratfink
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    none of these cars are Hot Rods, but I'm posting them anyway.:)

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  4. This HOT ROD was called , { BIG RED }. I got it for Christmas in the early 1960's. I've painted it more times than I can remember. I also replaced the mill several times too.:rolleyes: You could shift the gears with the shifter that's between the seats. I found the red one at a swap meet years ago. It's made by the MARX Toy co. Probably my favorite Hot Rod toy, I have. Ron..... 649.jpg 651.jpg 655.jpg
     
  5. My grandsons Hot Rod. You can tell he LOVES It!:) 111.jpg 355.jpg 116.jpg
     
  6. Awesome, Ron. :cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool: JW
     
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  7. kursplat
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    this was my grandfathers. i know he rebuilt it once for my uncle when he was a kid, (early 50's?) and once in the early 70's for me. looks like i'll need to get started on it soon
     

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  11. Here's one of my favorites. A Wen Mac gas powered 57 Chevy. 20180927_082404.jpeg 20180927_082622.jpeg 20180927_082442.jpeg 20180927_082740.jpeg 20180927_082552.jpeg

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  12. Ron, I have the same 57 Chev, but mine is a wind-up spring motor, I guess the original owner didn't want to spend the extra money for the gas motor.

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  13. ZZ Top Chop
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    This was a dealer promotion toy, the chassis and wheels were long gone, so I put a front axle underneath it, it one of my favorites
     
  15. pumpman
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    Here's a couple of my favorites. IMG_1987.JPG IMG_1988.JPG IMG_1989.JPG IMG_1990.JPG IMG_1991.JPG IMG_1992.JPG IMG_1993.JPG IMG_1995.JPG
     
  16. A 1930s Marx service station........ 112.jpg 110.jpg
     
  17. Speed~On
    Joined: Apr 28, 2011
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    Scored this cool old COE at a recent swap meet.

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  18. 2NDCHANCE
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    These little racers were a gift from my daughter-in-law. The Model A has little heads in the windows cars-1.jpg cars-2.jpg
     

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