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#215 Streamline Express
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 9:
Riding & Rolling Toys
1935-1935

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Description: The Streamline Express was an amazing riding toy that was just way ahead of it's time. The one-year-only Express bears an interesting resemblance to Disney's monorail, though the monorail did not become a reality until many years later.

The Streamline Express has a concealed bell that rings as child rides. It's sturdy build weighs 6 lbs. and can hold a child up to 150 lbs.!

Accessories:
  • FPT4133 - White wooden train engine riding toy with red details on the sides of a door, windows, and marked "THE STREAMLINE EXPRESS FISHER-PRICE LINES" in red. The engine rolls on 8 small black wooden wheels, has a black wooden seat on top for rider, and black wooden handle bars on the sides. A hidden bell rings when the engine is rolling. Measures 8" x 23" x 4-3/4".
Variations: None.
Other Information:
  • Retail price in 1935 was $1.50.
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