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    Found this a few weeks back while at the thrift store. No brand name just "Made In China". Still has it's rubber tracks intact too.

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    Plowing the way!
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  • #2
    That's a great pic..........

    And I believe that is from the Maisto Tonka series....2001..??



    Originally posted by Diecaster62 View Post
    Plowing the way!
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    Scotty "Mustang Mad Man!"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by WebeStang64 View Post
      That's a great pic..........

      And I believe that is from the Maisto Tonka series....2001..??




      Thanks for the tip! After doing a little Google search for a Maisto bulldozer I found a YT video from a few years back. Looks like they were making it as part of the Fresh Metal series as late as 2015.

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      • #4
        Good to know they made it that long. And still with rubber treads, heck MB does not use rubber treads anymore.
        Scotty "Mustang Mad Man!"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by WebeStang64 View Post
          Good to know they made it that long. And still with rubber treads, heck MB does not use rubber treads anymore.
          And minimal plastic (only the drive wheels, blade, and rubber treads) on the casting. I think Mattel has even discontinued the Sno-Cat, Abrams, and generic dozer in the Working Rigs line that had rubber treads.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cody6268 View Post

            And minimal plastic (only the drive wheels, blade, and rubber treads) on the casting.
            I do like that as well.

            I do find myself still buying the current MB's without the rubber treads anyway.
            They are still nice, at least the missile launchers missile can be played with separately.
            Scotty "Mustang Mad Man!"

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            • #7
              the rubber threads are a very nice touch.

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