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Old 11-18-2019, 05:37:01 PM
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I picked these up the other day. Can anyone identify them? The bolster is unique as is the tongue. Its hard to see but the wheels are four spoke. Thanks.
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I picked these up the other day. Can anyone identify them? The bolster is unique as is the tongue. Its hard to see but the wheels are four spoke. Thanks.
Greetings Dan, Possibly a small Sandwich gas engine trucks. Enuf Said
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Jacob Haisch or perhaps Appleton?
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Appleton. Jason
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