Have you ever seen anything as adorable as this vintage @singersewingcompany toy machine? Everything on it seemed to work! The feed 🐶 dogs moved and it was not frozen! .
I could not justify picking her up and bringing her home...sigh...
Irwin Jaguar Roadster made in New York City, probably from the 1950s. Irwin began in 1922 and continued until the company was sold in 1974. Swipe left for more pictures. The 29 cent price stamped in purple ink was a nice find on this car and would make it about $2.97 in today's dollars if it was made in 1950, which is a lot less than what these are selling for today. #oldtoy#vintagetoy#vintagediecast
I made a test for my headpiece but I don't know... It doesn't look like what I have in mind, I'm not sure about it =/... What do you think? Do you like it or not? Maybe some suggestions to what you think will look good instead of my transparent sphere?
It took me years to figure out what this guy was called. I had a very clear memory of buying him at my local mall in the mid 80’s and loving the toy line, but for the life of me could not remember the name. I knew the name Maxx was involved, but no search I did for many years yielded any results. Then, randomly I found it while casually browsing eBay and I finally learned the name of the toy line and this figure in particular; Maxx Steele from the Robo Force toy line. Ah! It’s a good feeling. Snagged this guy, my first Robo Force figure, for cheap. I hope to grab a few more of his brothers soon.