The Marx Toy Company was started in about 1921. They made almost any type of toy you can think of except of dolls.
In 1972 the company sold to the Quaker Oats Company and they sold to Dunbee-Combex-Marx in 1976, the company went out of business in 1980.
Wyandotte Toys "All Metal Products" began in 1921 and were well known for toy guns, pressed steel toy vehicles and airplanes. The company went out of business in 1956.
Finally a Replacement ramp for
your 1930's Marx car carrier. This ramp is exact in
every respect except it is made out of a little thicker
metal. This ramp was cut with high pressure
water and is perfect, no clean up needed just paint and
You need this ramp in order to put the 3rd car on the top of your carrier, it slides back and becomes the loading ramp.
$25.00 Each plus
shipping. I only have 2 left
----- GIRARD DUMP TRUCK. 5". REPLACED
WHEELS OTHERWISE VERY NICE.
--- 1940'S MARX SEMI THIS TOY WAS NEVER PLAYED WITH. THIS IS THE YEAR THAT MARX RAN OUT OF METAL CABS AND SENT THE TRUCKS OUT WITH THIS PLASTIC CAB.
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If you buy a toy and it is not as
described just email me in 3 working days for information on
how to return.
All you ever risk when buying a toy
from the "Texas Antique Toy Collector" is the cost of
shipping the toy back.
from the US Post Office prefered but I will take PayPal if you
add 3% to the total.
Buyer pays shipping, insurance and tracking plus $1.00 for packing materials.
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