FOR THE KIDDIES (Dec, 1951)
FOR THE KIDDIES
PHONY PONIES are miniature plastic race horses with Mexican Jumping beans strapped under saddles to propel them. Reveil Toys, Los Angeles. $1.
FIX-IT TRUCK carries its own tools, including a wrench, jack, screwdriver and hammer plus a spare tire. Ideal Toys, 200 Fifth Ave.. N.Y.C. $1.30.
MACHINE SHOPETTE consists of ten miniature machine tools which operate on an electric motor. Bell Products. Empire State Bldg., N.Y.C. $15.
SKYRO-PLANE is attached to a rod and reel and has wings which revolve as soon as plane is tossed into air. Marxman Pipes, 27 W. 24 St. N.Y.C. $3.
SPACE PHONE works like a real walkie-talkie and operates clearly up to a half mile without batteries. Vintage Products, St. Louis. Mo. $3.
ELECTRIC JEEP is operated by a real motor powered by two flashlight batteries and controlled by pushbutton. Vibro-Roll Products, Pittsburgh. $4.