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I really enjoy this prop. It has the feel of a late 1940s tin toy and the appearance of wear and use. Propnomicon can really dig them up. Here’s a site about the Lehmann company, a maker of tin toys from the 1890s to the 1960. Most important for prop makers, many of the original pasteboard boxes appear with the toys. http://lehmanntoycollection.com/ A blog about tin toy catalogues which gives the advertising spin on toys for propmakers http://tinplatetoys.blogspot.com/ http://www.grasshopper-toys.com/vehicles.htmlFinally for those of you who remember commercials of this ilk, but done in parody form from the makers of Ren and Stimpy, Log (from Blammo):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fQGPZTECYs and Log 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX5InKAFR-M
Yes, the Red Beamer will definitely shoot your eye out . . . kid.
"Flick says he saw some nuke-bears by Pulaski's Mentat store..."
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