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Vintage Steelcraft Pressed steel Pedal Car Pedal Airplane. Nice solid rust free pedal plane. Some repainted parts but the fuselage has been untouched. Steelcraft made these planes at different price's. The bare bones mail planes were without the radial . This pedal car was first made by the Steelcraft Co. in 1940. The original body color was maroon with silver trim, bumper, and windshield. This is an example of the "Fire Chief" version. 1948 Murray Pontiac. The 48 Pontiac was produced until 1950 when the Champion was first introduced. This pedal car was made into a number of variations.
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