The values stated in this guide are to be used only as a guide. Values are not set to determine prices as auction and dealer values vary greatly and are affected by demand and condition. The author does not assume responsibility for any losses that are the result of consulting this guide.
Arcade Cast Iron Toys

Arcades vehicles are listed by numbers first followed by the date of introduction. Numbers are sorted smallest to largest which encompasses 5 pages of numbers and descriptiosn. The last few vehicles do not have a number listed so you will have to go by the date or description.

Values are set by 2 conditions Good and excellent. Most of the arcade vehicles were played with toys as they were so rugged and therefore most will have use characteristics. Still the toy must have good tires, axles, paint and have all original screws and attachments to fall into the good to excellent range.
Toys that fall out of this range as we find a lot on eBay will have only a percentage value of the good value. Toys with rubber tires completely dried up and partially missing, paint that has completely disappeared and is covered with a coat of rust will have little value. Of course there are exceptions to this rule as there are some really rare pieces out there that will bring good money regardless of condition.

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There will be 5 completed pages once all work is finished on this section.

Arcade 1
Arcade 2
Arcade 3
Arcade 4
Arcade 5


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