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I have an old Tonka that has managed to pick up a dent or two. I think GI Joe may have tried to park his Humvee a little to close, not sure. Anyway, can I use “bondo” to fill in the dents?
[Old Look] Many buses built from the ‘s through the ‘s — and some in the ‘s — were built with one or two entrance doors and were tall enough to walk in standing upright. They were usually aluminum-bodied and many were all-aluminum construction. They were boxy with rounded corners, were fully painted, and were built with relatively small windows made of small pieces of rectangular.
The miracle of mud, the divinity of dirt, and the solidarity of us guys on a hot summer day with grit beneath our nails, and big wheels a rollin’. This was the wonderful world of Tonka Trucks and the true meaning of “heavy metal”. For the record, I did not own one single Tonka truck. They were far too expensive for our household, and I usually went for army toys instead. I did have the largest G. Joe collection for blocks, so I figured it all evened out.
Besides, most of the guys on our block had more than their fair share of these dinosaur trucks, so Tonkas were never in short supply. My favorites were always the road equipment. It was great to set up in a dirt road somewhere, or even in someone’s gravel driveway and begin construction. Often we’d wet the dirt with mom’s garden hose to create the most sloshy construction site of all.
Located in the Karijini Eco Retreat Restaurant the multicourse lunch went down a treat! The wines by Miles From Nowhere were delicious, hit the spot, and matched the different courses. The waiters and waitress were also from the Pilbara Insititute and did a great job of replenishing our glasses and serving up course after course of yummy food! The multi-course menu had our mouths watering. Mark donned a headset and in between cooking, he explained his passion for bush foods and encouraged us to use the bushfood condiments on the table to enhance the flavours of the menu.
Other Valuable Tonka Links. Tonka Gas Turbines The newest Tonka site to join the growing list of collectible sites. Features the Tonka Gas Turbine Trucks from o A great site for visual reference on this limited production toy. Tonkatoys Ray’s speciality is the classic older Tonka toys from the ’s to the ’s.
I hope those of you that were affected by the hurricanes and wildfires that have destroyed much of the United States are, with the help of others able to rebuild or find safe homes. The contest winners will be featured in the first section of this edition of Magnets and Ladders. Thanks to Abbie Johnson Taylor and her committee members: The determination of guidelines and the selection of winners required a great deal of time and consideration.
This edition of Magnets and Ladders is packed with stories, poems, and articles to keep you entertained throughout the cooler months. Maybe you will find a new holiday favorite. We had contests with cash prizes in fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Get Me to the Church on Time! Wick, The Write Sisters Poetry: All of our prize winning stories and poems can be found throughout this issue. The Magnets and Ladders staff wishes you a happy and safe holiday season.
Curt was the first young man I had dated that understood my need to be independent and make my own choices.
The company, founded in by Lynn Baker, Avery Crounse and Alvin Tesch, initially manufactured garden and closet accessories and was named Mound Metalcraft. The success of the line of trucks was such that the company abandoned its initial focus, changed its name to Tonka and concentrated on making toy trucks. In Tonka launched its most popular truck to date, the Mighty Dump, a sturdy yellow dump truck made from automotive grade steel.
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The front clip was the same round fender design Tonka introduced in You could have any color you wanted as long as it was red. The grille and front bumper was a one piece plated steel design. The headlights were separate plated steel pieces that pushed into the grille. Tires were molded one piece black rubber. The wheel covers were aluminum with a satin finish and 5 round holes. The tailgate was hinged at the bottom and secured to the box sides at the top with a plated metal chain on each side.
Tonka Dump Truck Okay kiddies of yesteryear, how many of you are sick and tired of seeing the things you loved dearly from your childhood being changed for the worse? I’m looking at you, kids born before Kids who grew up with dangerous toys and loved every damn minute of it.
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Manufacturing its first truck in , Tonka was establishing a reputation for a durable, tough, realistic toy. Tonka’s first series of trucks would become known as the standard or regular series. This series stood alone until when Tonka developed and marketed the Mini Tonka series. Mini Tonka offered kids an alternative to the larger regular series, both in size and price. At the same time the Mini Tonka trucks were on the drawing board, another series was also in the design process.
Had there been sufficient resources, both series may have been introduced at the New York Toy Fair in Waiting one year was well worth the wait however. And the rest, as the saying goes, is history.
Classics such as the metal Tonka toy dump truck have remained largely unchanged for over 50 years of production. There are a few different ways to determine the age and value of antique Tonka toys. History Tonka Toys first began in as a partnership between three individuals who started Mound Metalcraft Incorporated. The company was located in an old three-story schoolhouse and began as a manufacturer of metal garden tools, such as rakes, hoes and shovels.
In , Mound Metalcraft was approached by Streater Industries, another local manufacturer, with an opportunity to start making steel toys.
This Tonka Steel Toughest Mighty Dump Truck has a sturdy steel construction, making it perfect for play. Sponsored Links Outside companies pay to advertise via these links when specific phrases and words are searched.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year. So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections. Change It wasn’t trendy , funny, nor was it coined on Twitter , but we thought change told a real story about how our users defined Unlike in , change was no longer a campaign slogan. But, the term still held a lot of weight. Here’s an excerpt from our Word of the Year announcement in The national debate can arguably be summarized by the question:
Hi, my name’s Jamie, and I just turned sixteen, which makes me the oldest kid here at the KiddieKare Daycare Center by at least ten years. But KiddieKare is where I’ve been spending my mornings this summer, and things could be worse. You might ask what a sixteen year old is doing in daycare at all, let alone why I’m wearing these cute OshKosh shortalls with the handy crotch snaps for quick diaper changes.
Events: December 1st, Williamsport, IN: (click here to view online catalog and bidding) (Click here to download a PDF text only catalog listing)Stout Auctions is proud to present our first MONDAY sale. This sale will start at the normal time of 10 AM Eastern, and will be available to view live on
Ford Motor says it teamed with toy maker Tonka for a really big “toy” truck — a full-size, fully functional, diesel-power, F dump truck. Ford will exhibit it at the National Equipment Association Work Truck show in Indianapolis Wednesday, then take it on tour of other work-truck and equipment shows. The Mighty Ford Tonka dump truck is real — hauls up to 17, pounds in the dump box, he says. But it’s a promotional item.
Ford’s not building any more — even though some business owners might pay a small fortune to have one as a rolling ad for their hauling companies. The Ford Tonka also is meant to call attention to the fact that Ford has moved production of its heavy-duty F-series models — the F and F — to Avon Lake, Ohio, out of Mexico where the previous version was built. Avon Lake formerly made E-series vans — Econolines — that have been discontinued.
The big Transit van, on sale since last year, replaces the E-vans. Those wind up on the street as factory-made high-capacity pickups, and after-market modified into ambulances, tow trucks and other specialty vehicles. Ford has said it will make extensive use of aluminum on the next-generation Super Duty models, using experience from the aluminum-body F that went on sale last November.
This Manual was written to help you and your child get the most performance, comfort, enjoyment and safety when riding your new electric ride-on toy. It is important for you to understand your new electric ride-on toy. Page 4 Always wear appropriate clothing and shoes, including lace-up or similar shoes with rubber soles. Never ride barefoot or in sandals and make sure that shoelaces or other fasteners are tied and kept away from the wheels and drive system of the ride-on toy.
Make sure that the power switch is turned “OFF” before assembling the electric ride-on toy. Some parts shown are assembled on both sides of vehicle.
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December 1st, Williamsport, IN: This sale will start at the normal time of 10 AM Eastern, and will be available to view live on StoutAuctions. This sale will be a majority HO, but will we also mix in some O gauge, and O scale brass trains. The HO trains in this sale will consist of both European and American trains.
Also included for the toy collector in this sale will be a few wonderful lots of Wiking vehicles, many vintages and still in original boxes. Almost all of the higher end steam engines are New York Central. There will be a wide selection of locomotives including Hudsons, Mohawks, and other road engines. There will also be complete passenger sets, rolling stock, Kato track, DCC controllers, and more.
We will also have another selection of Fine Scale Miniatures craftsman kits and other accessories.
You should also consider what it will cost you to modify and own a bus. For example, many transit buses through the ‘s are unable to travel at highway speeds. Drivetrain changes for high-speed operation can easily run thousands of dollars, and hill-climbing may be slower as a result of those changes.
Page 1. OWNER’S MANUAL 12V TONKA DUMP TRUCK this manual contains important safety performance and maintenance information read the manual before taking your first ride or allowing your child to ride your new electric ride on toy keep the manual handy for future reference.
What are the dimensions of the logs as used on the through the and the 14 Tonka Logger? With logs being reproduced for various toy truck manufactures, it’s getting difficult to tell which logs are for Tonka, Buddy L and others. Why was the “chrome” Mighty Dump manufactured? And was it really “chrome” plated? The “chrome” Mighty Dump truck celebrates 25 years of Mighty Dumps. Tonka manufactured their first Dump Truck in , the red and green Model