Product Gallery: 1934 Automobiles

Prototype:1934 Allis-Chalmers WC
Model Manufacturer:Scale Models Inc.
Model Manufacturer ID:FC-3024
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Farming
The models were reviewed in the June 1991 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine.
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Prototype:1934 Ford Truck
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-107
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Truck Stake Body
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Prototype:1934 Ford Truck
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-113
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Dump Truck
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Prototype:1934 Ford Stakebed
Model Manufacturer:Milestone Autos
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-107
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Truck
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photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Prototype:1934 Ford Plow Flanger
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-106
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Railroad M.O.W.
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Prototype:1934 Ford Pickup
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-101
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Pickup
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Prototype:1934 Ford Pickup
Model Manufacturer:Milestone Autos
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-101
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Pickup
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photo © (Milestone Autos stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Ford Flathead V8
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-103
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Passenger
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Prototype:1934 Ford AA
Model Manufacturer:Milestone Autos
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-102
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Truck Chassis
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photo © (Milestone Autos stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Ford AA
Model Manufacturer:Milestone Autos
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-103
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Truck Stake Body
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photo © (Milestone Autos stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Ford AA
Model Manufacturer:Milestone Autos
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-104
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Dump Truck
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photo © (Milestone Autos stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Ford 1-1/2-ton
Model Manufacturer:Chama Model Shop
Model Manufacturer ID:CMS-102
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Pewter Kit
Category:Truck
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Prototype:1934 Ford
Model Manufacturer:P-B-L
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-101
Product Type:White Metal/Plastic Kit
Category:Pickup
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Prototype:1934 Ford
Model Manufacturer:P-B-L
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-103
Product Type:White Metal/Plastic Kit
Category:Truck Stake Body
Reviewed in the February 1996 issues of the S/Sn3 Modeling Guide magazine.
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Prototype:1934 Ford
Model Manufacturer:P-B-L
Model Manufacturer ID:MSA-104
Product Type:White Metal/Plastic Kit
Category:Dump Truck
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Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04012
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Box Van
Model Article:visit site
"Shakespeare Fishing Tackle"
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photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04022
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Stake Body
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "GMC Parts Service".
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04032
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Canvas Back
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Lipton Tea".
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04052
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Panel Stake Body
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Firestone".
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04062
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Tanker
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Mobilgas". A high-resolution prototype photo of this type of truck can be found on the Shorpy web site.
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04013
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Box Van
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Bird's Eye".
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:C04051
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Panel Stake Body
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Coca-Cola".
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photo © (Hartoy stock photo)
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04033
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Canvas Back
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Olympia Beer".
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04072
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Stake Body
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "JAX Beer".
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04014
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck City Delivery
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Kelly Springfield Tires".
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04015
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck City Delivery
Model Article:visit site
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Indian Motorcycles".
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photo © Carl McAbee
Prototype:1934 GMC T-70 Series
Model Manufacturer:Hartoy
Model Manufacturer ID:L04023
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Truck Stake Body
Part of their American Highway Legend (AHL) series. "Hartz Mountain Products".
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Prototype:1934 John Deere "B" Tractor (prototype info site)
Model Manufacturer:Ertl
Model Introduced:2002
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Farming
Length:model: 11'
Width:model: 6'1"
Height:model: 6'8"
Wheelbase:model: 7'6"
These tractors were built from 1934 through 1952. There were 18 different designs over those years. The B model was extremely successful with over 300,000 sold. The model is by Ertl, and is quite crude, but it is a good stand-in, especially away from the front of the layout. According to farmmodeldatabase.com, this model was introduced by Ertl in 2002 and continues to be produced, usually as part of a farm set.
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photo © Peter Vanvliet
Prototype:1934 Mack Truck Cab Over
Model Manufacturer:Lehigh Valley Models
Model Manufacturer ID:LVM8-I
Model Introduced:1983
Category:Truck
Ice delivery truck to supplement reefers.
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photo © (Lehigh Valley Models stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Mack Truck Cab Over
Model Manufacturer:Lehigh Valley Models
Model Manufacturer ID:LVM8-M
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Wooden Kit
Category:Truck Cement Mixer
Concrete mixer truck parts, designed to fit over a Hartoy truck frame. The truck could be ordered with the kit, or not.
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photo © (Lehigh Valley Models stock photo)
Prototype:1934 Minneapolis-Moline J
Model Manufacturer:Scale Models Inc.
Model Manufacturer ID:FC-3017
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Die-cast
Category:Farming
The models were reviewed in the June 1991 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine.
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