Amazing what you're going to find going through old stuff...

Amazing what you're going to find going through old stuff...

PostBy: Richard S. On: Tue Jun 25, 2013 6:37 am

Just found two tapes going through my Aunts stuff marked as save for me and my brother Xmas morning 1974. :shock: Haven't listened yet, what's really interesting here is I should have film too which is another project that needs to get done. I can match the audio up with film once I get both digitized.

I have be so careful, it's like 1200 sq. ft. of boxes stacked 4 ft. high. I keep finding these little trucks about the size of a matchbox all over the place as if someone put them in there as a treasure hunt.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Small-Antique-Wooden-Toy-Truck-marked-GERMANY-/231004962764?pt=Vintage_Antique_Toys_US&hash=item35c8f7ffcc
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I just about fell over becsue there is pile of them and they are all mint, note that one has wheels with spindles and I have some of them too. I just wish I had know that when I started becsue some have missing wheels and one has the little guy missing.
Richard S.
 
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