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American Plastic Toy Super Trike

American Plastic Toy Super Trike

  • Your little speed-demon will roll along in style on this sturdy trike with sleek biker styling and an extra-large front wheel
  • Trike features classical pedals, textured handles for a secure grip and a comfortable seat with built-in storage for transporting toys
  • Solidly constructed with knobby molded wheels and strong steel axles
  • For ages 2–5 yrs.
  • Manufacturer’s Suggested Age: 2 Years and Up
  • Number of Pieces: 1
  • Care and Cleaning: Wipe Clean With Soap and Water
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 42.0 Lb.
  • Dimensions: Length: 28.5 “; Height: 19.38 “; Width: 18.38 “
  • Product Weight: 6.0 Lb.

The sturdy Super Trike guarantees a smooth ride for preschoolers. It features a large front wheel, comfortable seat with built-in storage, and textured handles for a secure grip. Solid construction, molded wheels and strong steel axles combine to cre

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 29.99

American Idol Toys From McDonalds

American Idol Toys From McDonalds
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Image by DaylandS
McDonalds had a series of toys tied in to American Idol and my daughter has collected three of them.

Ain’t they cute?

GI JOE: A Actual American Hero Intros 1983-1987

Every single GI JOE Intro from the Sunbow 80′s cartoon

G.I. Joe A Real American Hero: Season 1.two

G.I. Joe A Genuine American Hero: Season 1.two

  • G.I. JOE: Genuine AMERICAN HERO-SEASON 1.2 (DVD MOVIE)

G.I. Joe is an elite group of special military operatives, fighting for freedom wherever there is trouble. This is the second component of the first season of the animated series that introduced Hasbros popular line of G.I. Joe action figures. It presents 2

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Price: $ 16.49

G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero: Season Two

G.I. Joe, A Real American Hero: Season Two

  • G.I. JOE-Real AMERICAN HERO SSN 2 (DVD MOVIE)

For the Initial Time on DVD: The Total Second Season!

Following Cobras countless defeats by the heroic unique forces unit recognized as G.I. Joe, the mad supergenius Dr. Mindbender seeks to dethrone the maniacal Cobra Commander by genetically combini

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Cost: $ 16.49

G.I. Joe A Real American Hero: The Movie

G.I. Joe A Actual American Hero: The Movie

  • GI JOE-Real AMERICAN HERO THE MOVIE (DVD MOVIE)

Re-mastered From A Brand-New High-Definition Transfer!

In the hands of G.I. Joe, the Broadcast Energy Transmitter is a device capable of fulfilling all of the energy wants of Earth. Nonetheless, in the hands of Cobra and the newly revealed Co

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Cost: $ 8.63

American Plastic Toy Police Cycle

American Plastic Toy Police Cycle

  • First trike
  • Solid construction
  • Pedal powered
  • Police graphics
  • Measures 24″ x 16 three/4″ x 14 1/2″

Have your children patrolling your property in time employing this amazing police cruiser mini tricycle. This mini trike is best as your child 1st cruiser as it is pedal powered and perfect for ages 1.five-4 ages.

List Cost: $ 25.99

Cost: $ 20.75

Dinky Toys – 1946-48 American Woody Estate Car (#344, originally #27F)

Dinky Toys – 1946-48 American Woody Estate Car (#344, originally #27F)
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Image by The Brucer
This diecast Dinky estate car (station wagon) was produced by Meccano Ltd. (Liverpool, UK) between 1950 and 1960. The estate car was originally numbered Dinky #27F; the number was changed to #344 in 1953-54. The number 344 is stamped on the baseplate of the car shown in this photo, demonstrating that it was produced after the numbering change.

This station wagon is intended to represent a "Woodie". From the time that "station wagons" were introduced essentially as trucks in perhaps the 1920′s through the time that they began gaining popularity as passenger cars in the mid-1930′s to the late 1940′s, station wagon passenger compartments were usually constructed of exposed, finished wood. Wood construction was less expensive than metal, and the growing market for passenger station wagons was apparently not sufficient to warrant the use of metal on any but the most expensive models. However, as station wagons entered the mainstream in the early 1950′s, the use of wooden bodies was discontinued because — despite the finish on the wood — the exposed wood did not survive well. The last true Woodie was made by Buick in 1953 (with minimal exposed wood), although some auto manufacturers continued the Woodie appearance beyond this time using faux wood products such as steel, plastic, or vinyl.

Woody station wagons of the style represented by this toy were produced by many of the major American automobile manufacturers in the late 1940′s: Ford and Mercury, Chevrolet and Oldsmobile, Plymouth and Dodge, undoubtedly among others. (Woody sedans and coupes were produced, too.) Many Dinky enthusiasts routinely identify the toy shown in this photo as representing a Plymouth. After careful study of photos of period vehicles, I tend to agree that this model has a grille, chrome trim, and front fender configuration that tends to simulate a Plymouth better than they do the other makes. There is some lesser chance that this toy may be representing a Ford or Mercury. It is not representing a Chevy or Olds, because the wing-style front fenders of the GM Woodies had more of a backward slope and were longer, extending all the way back to the front door.

Whatever make of car is represented by this toy, that car was manufactured between 1946 (when post-War production resumed) and 1948, a fact apparent from the configuration of the front fenders. In this car, the "wing"-style front fenders extend outward further than do the doors, so that the rear of the fender must bend inward to join the body in front of the front door. All of the major U.S. car manufacturers seem to have used this wing configuration — which had also been used before the War — between 1946 and 1948. But in 1949, the manufacturers all seem to have changed to an "integrated" fender configuration simultaneously, such that the front fenders were of the same width as the passenger compartment and the integrated fenders flowed smoothly into the contour of the doors without the prior discontinuity. So the automobile represented by this toy was definitely produced prior to 1949.

Parenthetically — assuming that this car IS a Plymouth — Plymouth discontinued the production of Woodies after 1950, switching to all-metal body construction for its wagons.

American Plastic Toy Police Cycle

American Plastic Toy Police Cycle

  • First trike
  • Solid construction
  • Pedal powered
  • Police graphics
  • Measures 24″ x 16 3/4″ x 14 1/2″

Have your kids patrolling your property in time using this awesome police cruiser mini tricycle. This mini trike is perfect as your child first cruiser as it is pedal powered and perfect for ages 1.5-4 ages.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 19.99

Madame Alexander My First Baby Doll – African American

Madame Alexander My First Baby Doll – African American Price Comparison
This adorable little baby doll will intrigue your child’s senses with her soft fabric body and hands, velvety outfit, and sweet vinyl face and hands. Crafted entirely of baby safe materials, this My First Baby doll is washable and perfect for tiny…

Target.com
$ 17.99
+ $ 0.00 shipping
eBay
$ 19.99
+ $ 0.00 shipping
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