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#140 The Coaster Boy
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1941-1941

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Description: The Coaster Boy is one of the most creative and ingenious wooden action toys that Fisher-Price made. The boy hops into his cart to "coast", then he hops back off to "push" once again. A bell rings during the action. Sadly, The Coaster Boy was made for only one year making him very hard to find and quite costly for those who do find him.
Accessories:
  • FPT4059 - Wooden cut-out boy with 2 separate wooden arms and 2 wooden double jointed legs that "push" a red rectangular wooden cart. The boy has 2 blue wheels under his feet and the cart rolls on 4 blue wheels. When pulled the boy hops in the cart to "coast", then hops back off to "push" once again while a bell rings. The boy has colorful paper lithographs attached to the sides of his body, legs, and arms. He has brown hair, wears a red shirt with a white collar, blue short with a white belt, and brown shoes with red socks. Measures 15" long.
  • FPT19472 - Wooden dowel that fits under the cart to hold the bell on the cart.
Variations: None.
Other Information: None.
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