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These models are all diecast metal and were officially decorated for American Flyer Trains.
Truck 01: Here is a Red truck produced by Eastwood Automobilia and decorated for American Flyer Trains.
Truck 02: Here is another Red truck produced by Eastwood Automobilia and decorated for American Flyer Trains. It is scaled at 1/34. The bottom of the box identifies the manufacturer as 1st Gear.
Truck 03: This truck was sold by Lionel Trains Inc (LTI) a few years back. The box alleges the scale is 1/64, but it might be a little large.
Truck 04: This is another nominally 1/64th scale truck sold by Lionel Trains Inc (LTI) a few years back.
Truck 05: Here is another Eastwood truck sold during calendar 1998. It too is supposed to be 1/64th scale. It is not too far off.
Truck 06: Here is a Winross truck that appears to be 1/64th Scale. The rear doors open and the detail good.
Airplane: This unusual Flying Truck was produced by Arch.
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