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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ron Funkhouser, May 2, 2018.

  1. quick85
    Joined: Feb 23, 2014
    Posts: 2,425


    To get back on track I'll post this pic. I purchased each of those for a
    dollar and less. Of course, that was in the early '80s.

  2. I had a 68 Vette in high school { 1970 } I would stop, and get a $1. worth of gas. And cruise the town all evening. I still have it. But they were the good old days! 052.jpg 042.jpg An old { American Airlines } tin plane.
  3. I posted this one before but you may have missed it. This was from a company in Detroit that supplied among other things striping paint. The powder was in the top(I believe;I haven't opened it)and the clear was in the bottom. VECOStripingLacquerPowder&Clear.JPG VECOStripingLacquerThinner.JPG
  4. Dago 88
    Joined: Mar 4, 2006
    Posts: 2,024

    Dago 88

    From our local Drag strip in western Sydney Aust, '62 to '84. 104580981_2700204866889173_4366186679966748407_n.jpg
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    Just a few recent acquisitions...
  6. Picked a tall toy today so I could sneak in the two shell quart oil bottles I refound yesterday. The picture didn’t do either justice. 44F79DE6-B165-4570-82E1-CBDA0E1332FC.jpeg
  7. Took a couple more inside. Lincoln power shovel made in Tilbury Ontario.

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  8. So Ron F you are pretty well versed, how common are these Lincoln toys in the USA? I am guessing I see them as they were made locally.
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  9. Ha ha, I'm not all that well versed. I'm more like a kid that never stopped collecting toys. If I find something that I like. It doesn't matter if it's rare or common. I wish that I could be more help. It's probably rarer here in the states? It looks like a fun toy to put on the shelf, and look at. Or just play in the sand box with the grandkids. But a Cool find for sure!:) Thanks Ron........
  10. No grand kids yet for me, thanks for the reply. These toys are close to the 1/16 scale that farm toys use, really nice size for playing with, and a nice size for a shelf someday.
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  11. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,967


    Lincoln toys was a direct competitor of Marx and Wyandotte and made similar size and style toys. Not really a whole lot of info on the Company...other than this.
    Lincoln Toys (
  12. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,967


    How about some more Japan tin...

    Bandai Japan Lotus Elan
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    Haji Japan '57 Ford Wagon
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    Yonezawa Japan Rolls Royce
    pic3.jpg pic4.jpg

    Cragstan Japan Mercedes
    pic7.jpg pic8.jpg

    Bandai Japan Ford Mustang
    pice.jpg picf.jpg
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  13. Jack I like your cool collection of tin cars. Also your knowledge of vintage toys also. Here’s a photo of mine. Yeah, I was that kid! lol IMG_0928.JPG

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  14. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,967


    Yeah Ron, we're cut from the same cloth. I was a spoiled rich kid and I destroyed my toys...cuz I knew I would just get more. The difference is, You KEPT yours;)
    PS. Oh that poor Nomura '56 Wagon:( I do see a lot of good hubcaps in your junkyard though...hubcaps are worth more than gold in the Japan tin world...they're always missing.
  15. inaford30
    Joined: Mar 9, 2009
    Posts: 42


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  16. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,967


    And some more...

    Bandai Japan 1961 Valiant
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    TN Japan 49 Mercury Conv.
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    Bandai Japan '55 T Bird
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    S & E Japan Greyhound Bus
    pic6.jpg pic5.jpg

    Bandai Japan Olds Toronado
    xold1.jpg xold2.jpg
  17. hotrodjack33
    Joined: Aug 19, 2019
    Posts: 1,967


    And more...

    Bandai Japan Jaguar 3.4
    zzz7.jpg zzz8.jpg

    Bandai Japan Citroen DS19
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    HS Japan Greyound Bus
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    Bandai Japan Ferrari America
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    Bandai Japan Model T Ford
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  18. Thanks Jack for sharing your vast collection of made in Japan tin cars. I'll loved them as a kid, and still do. 20161229_233137.jpg 20170321_060109.jpg 20170321_055939.jpg 20170321_060011.jpg
  19. Here's a "made in occupied Japan" SNK toy, about 6" long, possibly styled after a Chrysler or G.M. car.

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