Please let me know if you have any questions on these 3 rare toys. From the 50's these Farmall Cub kits were made by Reuhl, Design Fabricators and by Saunders-Swader; made to be assembled and taken apart over and over again. Almost all of these toys are either incomplete, have broken parts or have been glued in one or more places. These toys are 100% complete, not a single broken or glued part. For those in the know, the steering wheel post, the seat post, the post on the gear shifter, the post on the clutch/brakes, headlights, all pins, muffler, air cleaner, drawbar, fenders, rear pulley, metal clips and front end parts are all 100% complete. The color on all is very brilliant including the rare boxes in very nice shape for being 60 years old. The Saunders-Swader is by far the most rare, followed by the Design Fabricators, then the Reuhl. The Saunders model was not licensed by IH so that toy not box never say farmall cub on them. This one also did not come with a tray inside of the box. I have many more photos if needed. These cubs are a ceneterpiece on any shelf! Just an awesome set of RARE toys! Fair flat rate charge for shipping and insurance.
I've added a reserve on these given the time of year when bidders are out in the fields.
I plan to sell many duplicate toys and memorabelia from my personal collection and will be listing both boxed and non-boxed toys from the late 1800's up to present. Domestic and Foreign manufactured. Both brand and custom names made from cast, plastic, wood, paper, etc. to be sold. Names include Wilkins, Vindex, Arcade, Eska, Ertl, Reuhl, Ruehl, Design Fabricators, Saunders-Swader, Afinson, Jouef, Scale, Scaledown, AMC, Springdale, Geelong, Tekno, Schuco, Brio, Riecke, Reicke, Dingman, C&M, Freiheit, Freheit, Hubley, Cat, IH, International, Harvester, Farmall, Oliver, Ford, Fordson, Ferguson, Massey Harris, Cub, Cadet, Product Miniature, John Deere, Franklin Mint, Spec Cast.