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#311 Bulldozer
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 7:
Playsets
1976-1979

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Description: In 1975, Fisher-Price introduced 3 new hefty construction vehicles, #300 Scoop Loader, #301 Shovel Digger and #302 Dump Truck. These vehicles are large, all plastic, and roll on wide track, deep tread tires. Each set comes with an all plastic figure that has a round body and a construction hat, identical to the figures used in 1971's #980 ATV Explorer. 1976 introduced a new vehicle, the #311 Bulldozer. 1977 introduced yet another new vehicle to the series, the #313 Roller Grader.

In 1978, the round body figure was replaced by a jointed Husky Helper Figures.

Accessories:
  • 1976-1977:
    • FPT2060 - Orange bulldozer with a wide yellow grader/shovel on front. A big grab handle controls the realistic dumping action, raising and lowing the giant shovel. It has a storage box that holds a removable 15" black plastic chain. This truck makes an engine sound when it rolls on its wide black tank-treads. The drivers seat has a ROUND hole to accommodate the accessory figure.
    • FPT3682 - Black plastic link-style chain segment has grappling hooks on ends.
    • FPT2055 - Pre-Husky Construction figure: White plastic round figure with a moustache and wearing a yellow hardhat.
  • 1978-1979:
    • FPT2061 - Orange bulldozer with a wide yellow grader/shovel on front. A big grab handle controls the realistic dumping action, raising and lowing the giant shovel. This truck makes an engine sound when it rolls on its wide black tank-treads. The drivers seat is RECTANGULAR to accommodate the Husky Helper figure. *Note: the 15" chain used in '76 and '77 was omitted by '78 for this version. *See "Variations" below.
    • FPT3657 - Husky Helper figure - Husky Helper figure with brown hair, blue dot eyes, and wearing a silver hardhat. He wears a white long-sleeve shirt, blue pants, dark brown gloves, and black shoes.
Variations:
  • FPT44322 - Yellow bulldozer with a wide black grader/shovel on front. A big grab handle controls the realistic dumping action, raising and lowing the giant shovel. This truck makes an engine sound when it rolls on its wide black tank-treads. The drivers seat is RECTANGULAR to accommodate the Husky Helper figure. *Note: the 15" chain used in '76 and '77 was omitted by '78 for this version.
Other Information: None.
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