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  • Looney Tunes/Warner Bros. 'Marvin's Countdown Rock-O-Tron' Marvin Martian Rocket Ship Game from the movie Space Jamb with Michael Jordan. Cool rocket ship basketball game that stands about 15" tall and comes with a Marvin figure. This was released in 1996.
  • Available ONLY through Uncle Al's Toys is this ALL TIN replica robot driver head for the rare 'Y' Company Space Patrol Car. This head was created from photographs of the auction car from the Griffith's Auction of 2000. Only two tabs held the original head to the toy, which is probably why so many heads were lost. Also available for this car are replacement hub caps and tinted windshield!
  • From the early 1900's we present this offering from the McDowell Toy Company of Pittsburgh, the #26 "MAC" Dutch Mill tin sand toy in very loved and played with condition. The toy originally came with a small tin tray for catching the sand and a small cloth bag to put the sand in. Sand deposited into the hopper at the top of the toy pours over internal paddles which turn the windmill blades and sets the little operating man on the back of the toy into action, making it appear he is turning the blades. The lithography appears on all sides of the toy. It is pure art and very indicative of the quality of early American toys. The toy has one broken tab supporting the hopper but it can easily be fixed. This beautiful shelf piece would look awesome displayed with books and/or other antiques.
  • Large 20" long 1962 Chevrolet Corvette remote control car with opening doors, working headlights, tail lights and FM radio and custom automotive paint finish in true GM colors, Tuxedo Black, Fawn Beige, Roman Red, Ermine White, Almond Beige, Sateen Silver, Honduras Maroon. The car moves forward and reverse, left and right steering and the lights and radio operate from micro switches on the console. I've placed the car next to a Pocher Fiat so that you can get an idea of it's size. Loads of fun and pretty too! 1962 Corvette
  • 1900's Marklin Large Battleship Canon Barrel, Cast Metal - Here we have a reproduction metal cast canon barrel for early 1900's Large Marklin battleships. This barrel fits the Battleship New York, Columbia and several others. The original barrels were machined very precisely and my cast barrels pick up all of the fine detail. I individually drill the centers out of the barrels to the correct inner diameter and even drill the tiny breach hole at the rear. As shown in the picture, the barrel is approximately 2" long. As these barrels were provided loose on the original toy they were very prone to being lost. These large boats were either clockwork wind up motor driven or steam powered, so I assume many canon barrels were lost to the watery depths! I provide these in a patina condition that reflects the condition of your toy, or I can patina as new for completely restored toy boats. I had the pleasure of performing some intricate repairs on a Columbia Battleship that was part of the Malcolm Forbes Collection and was acquired at auction by The Dallas Elite Toy Museum. Parts that I fabricated include a cast metal anchor, a steel and brass dolly ship carriage and an intricate 25 piece life boat that perfectly matched an existing toy part.
  • 1930's Strauss Tin Litho Wind-up Inter-State Bus (Green version) - Produced by the Ferdinand Strauss Company of New York. The The litho shows normal play wear and the wind-up mechanism has a built-in key that is in good working order.
  • A great replacement tire for the 1930's Tippco Mercedes Fuhrerwagen Staff Car. The tire is created from a mold taken of an original part. It is made of SOLID RUBBER and a perfect fit, just like the original. The tire can be purchased individually or in a set of five to complete one car. Other Tippco Mercedes parts are available.
  • This is an extremely nice, Near Mint On Card 1960's Ohio Art Co. Bullseye Target and Gun Set. Also known as the 'Tiger Target' set, this is a complete toy with a plastic, spring loaded gun and two darts. As can be seen in the photos, the rubber tipped darts are aged and unusable. That never mattered to me as the set is still sealed to the card and I never wanted to open it to replace the heads. There are replacement heads available. This is an extremely rare toy to find in this condition. Unfortunately, the ten cent price is no longer valid! Also available from Uncle Al's Toys is a very nice working original Carnival Shooting Gallery in the original box with guns and darts! Buy both and SAVE!
  • 1968 Dodge Dart 440 GTS diecast

    Produced by Ertl in 2005, the 1968 Dodge Dart 440 GTS diecast model car 1:18 scale is part of a Limited Edition of 2500 cars. A true-to-scale replica of MOPAR Champion Ron Mancini's bumble bee-striped SS/EA 440 Dart, which on its first time out created a new class record of 12.02, 118 mph. Ron drove it to the world record and second place overall in national points in 1968 and was only edged out by another Dodge in the last race of the season. This diecast model is No 7 in the Series and features opening doors and trunk, removable front hood, chrome accents, real rubber tires and a beautifully detailed interior. The dimensions of the car are approximately L-10.5, W-4.25, H-3 inches. The window box dimensions are L-13.75 x W-6.5 x H-5.75 inches. The model is still in its original packaging with the plastic banding still around the model. It was never displayed and the box shows minimal storage wear. A must have for true collectors!
  • 1968 Super Stock Hemi Dart Diecast Produced by Ertl in 2004, the 1968 Super Stock Hemi Dart diecast model car 1:18 scale is a true-to-scale replica of MOPAR Champion Bill Bagshaw's Red Light Bandit. On its first run ever, Bill broke the NHRA record in July of 1968. The production of the 1968 Hemi Darts started a new era for drag racing. The straight line performance of these "door slammer" cars  is the epitome of the full-bodied drag race classes, back in 1968 and today. The Red Light Bandit features opening doors, hood and trunk, working suspension and steering, a fully detailed 426 Hemi V-8 engine and a beautifully detailed interior. The dimensions of the car are approximately L-10.5, W-4.25, H-3 inches. The window box dimensions are L-14.75 x W-6.5 x H-5.75 inches. The model is still in its original packaging with the plastic banding still around the model. It was never displayed and the box shows minimal storage wear. A must have for true collectors!
  • 1969 1/2  Plymouth Road Runner Diecast

    Produced by Ertl Collectibles in 2008, the 1969 1/2 Plymouth Road Runner diecast model car is No. 10 in the Sox & Martin Series and part of a Limited Edition. This model is a true-to-scale replica of MOPAR Professional Drag Race Team Ronnie Sox and Buddy Martin's signature Red, White and Blue Plymouth Road Runner. The mid year introduction of the 440 6BBL Road Runner was designated to bridge the gap between the 383 cubic inch V-8 and the much more costly 426 HEMI. The 69 1/2 6BBL package included a flat black fiberglass hood, four speed manual trans, a Dana rear axle with a 4.10 gear ratio, and three two carburetors a top an aluminum Edelbrock intake manifold and was rated 390 hp. This diecast model features opening doors and trunk, removable front hood, chrome accents, real rubber tires and a beautifully detailed interior. The dimensions of the car are approximately L-11.25, W-4.5, H-3 inches. The window box dimensions are L-13.75 x W-6.5 x H-5.75 inches. The model is still in its original packaging with the plastic banding still around the model. It was never displayed and the box shows minimal storage wear. A must have for true collectors!
  • 1969 Dodge Daytona Charger

    Produced by Ertl Collectibles in 1996, the 1969 Dodge Daytona Charger 1:18 scale diecast model car is part of the American Muscle series Collector's edition. The 426 Hemi MOPAR diecast model features true-to-scale detail such as opening doors and trunk, removable front hood, chrome accents, real rubber tires and a beautifully detailed interior. The dimensions of the car are approximately L-10.5, W-4.25, H-3 inches. The window box dimensions are L-13.25 x W-6.25 x H-5.25 inches. The model is still in its original packaging and never displayed and the box shows minimal storage wear. A must have for true collectors!