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I don't know and call upon the experts once again . I put the Husky beside it for size comparison. HO scale maybe? It has instantly become one of my favorite trucks. Looks to be stamped tin.
 

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I don't know and call upon the experts once again . I put the Husky beside it for size comparison. HO scale maybe? It has instantly become one of my favorite trucks. Looks to be stamped tin.

Fantastic old truck. Great find. To me it is like this old pair that I have. I have no clue who made them and when they were made. But I love the pair.

 

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The red two tankers to me seem to be older Tootsietoy. I have that tanker as well as a tow truck. Great little pieces.
They are Tootsietoy Midget series.

Collectors Note: it was kind of an odd name for a TT to pick for that series, because at the time their competitor in that scale was Midgetoy. It's almost like Ford producing a lineup of cars called chevy's.
 

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They are Tootsietoy Midget series.

Collectors Note: it was kind of an odd name for a TT to pick for that series, because at the time their competitor in that scale was Midgetoy. It's almost like Ford producing a lineup of cars called chevy's.
Well, Ford DID offer an Escort SS in the mid-80's!
 

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The red two tankers to me seem to be older Tootsietoy. I have that tanker as well as a tow truck. Great little pieces.
They are Tootsietoy Midget series.

Collectors Note: it was kind of an odd name for a TT to pick for that series, because at the time their competitor in that scale was Midgetoy. It's almost like Ford producing a lineup of cars called chevy's.

Hey thanks guys for the information, now I know how to cataloge them.
 
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