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here are 2 pieces of diecast from approximately the 1940's.

one piece is a greyhound bus. put out by the worlds fair in the 1940's. but no proof. all it has are some numbers and made in U.S.A.
it has wear as shown. wheels are also metal. very heavy. about 2 inches wide and 7 inches long. and 2 inches tall. empty inside, no seats, etc. made of diecast iron.

second is some sort of toy bus from the 1940's. again. no real info. it was made in michigan in the usa. is made of steel plate material. has wooden wheels. also empty inside. no seats, etc. in pretty good shape.
have more photos if interested in seeing.

any help on these would be appreciated. as to value. were inherited. don't know what to do with them.

thanks.
 

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I collect different kinds of bus' and those are really cool.

The first one looks more like a trolly car to me, but can't base that on anything. I love that green one...
 

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The Worlds Fair bus sold on Ebay for $99. Check closed item 200403949971. It was in better condition to, so I would put yours are $50-$90. Still working on the truck.
 
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