S: Jack's Toy Collection
BC: The End
FC: It's a beautiful thing ! | A Man and His Toys
1: Jack started collecting toys in 1980 | It all started with Tonka firetrucks from the 50's | He Added some Hubley | Then along came Buddy-L's and Weiner Mobiles
3: Hot wheels and matchbox | Models, some from kits some scratch built (this kind of started things) | More TOYS !!!!
4: Smith Miller logging truck I restored in 1991. It was glass beaded, primered & painted with new decals & tires
5: Fred Thompson "B" model moving van. Fred aquired Smith Miller original moulds and did limited production. I sold this truck in 2011 .
6: I purchased this in 1990 already restored.
7: Smith Miller all original spotlight purchased in 2000. The spotlight still works. It isn't a perfect truck but is highly sought after.
8: Brunswick's Studebaker Grain Truck | Dump truck | Tractor trailer. Entire collection sold in 2011 to a collector in Kansas.
9: Brunswick collection purchased in 1991. This grain truck is all original. | Flatbed was part of collection | Green flatbed again a part of the collection.
10: Johnny Tsunami has to inspect everything I do
11: 63 Volkswagen, all original but wouldn't fit in my toy room
12: Japanese Tin from early 60's All original in used condition
13: All Friction in working order | Large scale battery operated with sun roof
14: Smith Miller GMC Dump Truck | I restored this and did a custom paint job.
15: Smith Miller Box Van and Trailer Restoration
17: Smith Miller "B" model mack by Fred Thompson. I bought this in the 90's and sold it in 2011. It was really hard to get a picture of because of the shine on the trailers. This was one of my favorites.
18: This Smith Miller Materials Truck was restored to it's original color. Replacement headlights are still available.
19: Fake Smith Miller plastic truck great to do custom work.
21: Tonka State Highway Dept. "Big Mike" factory snow plow and custom made pup trailer. Truck has been restored to original color, has new decals and tires.
22: Tonka Clam, all original.
25: Early 50's Tonka, box van is all original in very good condition. The cab roof has been repainted. | Stickers are the originals
26: These Tonkas from the early 50's made some kid really happy. You can tell how much they were played with. | Tonka did a great reproduction of the dump truck marketed as 25th anniversary
27: Tonka (Don DeSalle reproduction) from the 90's. Don did awesome work; better than originals. | Don signed to authenticate his work
28: Tonka cab over low boy from the late 40's. This is in original condition, decals intact 60 something years !
29: Tonka Stake is not an actual Tonka truck. I custom built this one. Dump is all original I bought in 80's | Bronze Tonka dump is one of the original hydraulics made. Wish I had the truck the horse trailer goes to, was never able to find one.
31: Stompers battery operated These little suckers will climb anything. I bought these in the 90's took the batteries out and put them on the shelf. . .
33: Left: Tru Scale red & white service truck, Turquoise International Pickup Orange Utility Truck All from the 50'a Above: Highway 61 flatbed (41 Chevy) great detail produced early 2000's.
35: Pressed steel promotional tractor trailers from Texaco, Walmart, Motorcraft, Steelcase , Dodge and another Texaco. The Dodge truck was never out of box. These were collected over a 10 or 15 year period just cause I thought they were cool.