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Vintage 1964 Fisher-Price Toot-Toot #643

$18.99

  • Details
    How fun is this cute little train? This Fisher-Price Toot Toot is an early 1964 and you can tell by it's cute little blue wheels. It's pull is still attached and it makes the cutest chugging noise when pulled. Just how adorable would this be on a shelf in a nursery? A wonderful piece of childhood fun, sure to be a great addition to any toy collection!

    FPT134 - Wooden cut-out train engine with a rounded boiler that has red paper lithographs on the sides with a blue "sign" marked "Toot Toot" in white. The engine has a yellow plastic front grill and cowcatcher, a yellow plastic cab with a roof, a BLACK wooden smoke stack with small white squares on top, and 4 BLUE wooden wheels with white plastic pistons attached. When pulled, the pistons move and the engine makes a "chug-chug" sound. The model number is marked in small print by the cow catcher.

    Measures 6-1/4" long, 4-1/4" high, 3-1/4" wide.
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