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September 25, 2012

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Jose Lozano

This is a very good article, I remember that as a Kid I saw some of these toys in the house that belonged to my mom, when I saw them I thought they great but I was not used to see toys in metal.

Now that I'm 27 I realize that these toys have a great story behind them; it is kind of weird because now that I think about it, when I was a kid I had no cell phone or any mobile video games, but may be my sons will.

Thanks for Sharing!
Jose Luis Lozano

Jonathan

http://twitter.com/mrriddlebox/status/251507267470495745/photo/1 Do you have any idea what year this is from and what exactly it is? It is stamped Louis Marx Japan on the bottom

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