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#189 Looky Chug-Chug
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 8:
Push, Pull, & Floor Toys
1958-1960

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Description: Fisher-Price introduced the very first Looky Chug-Chug in 1949 as the #161 Looky Chug-Chug. The #161 has a smiling face on the front of the engine with eyes that roll up and down as the trail rolls. The second Looky Chug-Chug came along in 1953 as the #220 Looky Chug-Chug with a paper lithograph face on the front of the engine and eyes that do not roll. The final Looky Chug-Chug was introduced in 1958 as the #189 with an engine that looks nearly identical to the #999 Huffy Puffy Train engine and with rolling eyes.
Accessories:
  • FPT1626 - Wooden train engine with a permanently attached tender (coal car) behind it. The front of the engine has a red plastic grill with a cowcatcher and a smiling face with eyes that roll up and down when the train rolls. White "piston rods" attached to the engine's back wheel move in and out of the round red wooden "cylinders" on the side of the engine. The engine makes a "chug-chug" sound as it rolls. The engine has a round boiler with a black paper lithograph with 2 yellow lines wrapped around the sides. The top of the boiler has a tall black wooden smoke stack. The engine cab is a square yellow wooden block with a blue window on the side marked "189" under the window. The coal car has 3 yellow wooden side walls with red and black designs on the sides. This toy rolls on 8 wooden wheels, 4 on the engine and 4 smaller wheels on the coal cart. Measures 12" long, 6" high, and 5-1/4" wide.
Variations: None.
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