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    Does anyone know where I can find a toy bucket truck for a 3 year old?

    Thanks

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    Wink Toy trucks.

    Try
    www,toysbydg.com

    Also try ebay, search bucket truck.

    I have about 40 trucks, and got most of them from these websites.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINETRASH View Post
    Try
    www,toysbydg.com

    Also try ebay, search bucket truck.

    I have about 40 trucks, and got most of them from these websites.

    Good luck
    The trucks from DG productions are very good quality, amazing detail and reasonable pricing. You can't go wrong. Not every utility has a model, but there are plenty to choose from. Happy holidays!! -- Dave

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    You can get one at American Safety http://www.americansafety.com/

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    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINETRASH View Post
    Try
    www,toysbydg.com

    Also try ebay, search bucket truck.

    I have about 40 trucks, and got most of them from these websites.

    Good luck
    Geek! You don't live on your own by any chance do you?

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    Cool clive,

    Naw, man, married w/kids.

    I guess any hobby that keeps me off the streets and out of the bars could be called a good thing ;-) (I am Irish!)

    You dont know the half of it, man, I got power co, Reddy Kilowatt, Willie Wiredhand, you name it, I probably got it!

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    Altec makes die-cast scale models of some of there equipment, I have a material handler in my wifes curio cabinette. It is accurate down to and including orange traffic cones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINETRASH View Post
    Naw, man, married w/kids.

    I guess any hobby that keeps me off the streets and out of the bars could be called a good thing ;-) (I am Irish!)

    You dont know the half of it, man, I got power co, Reddy Kilowatt, Willie Wiredhand, you name it, I probably got it!
    LT,
    I am curious about Reddy Kilowatt. Was that a universal character in the trade or was the a PSE&G character? I have seen old company pictures(from the 30's and 40's, I think) of Reddy Kilowatt. Just curious. -- Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by LINETRASH View Post
    Naw, man, married w/kids.

    I guess any hobby that keeps me off the streets and out of the bars could be called a good thing ;-) (I am Irish!)

    You dont know the half of it, man, I got power co, Reddy Kilowatt, Willie Wiredhand, you name it, I probably got it!
    That's reasonable enough.

    Personally I prefer playing with the real thing. So much more destructive.

    You remind me of a co-worker called Smartie. His love of big toys like cranes, fork lifts, backhoes etc shows in that he works part time as a boat mechanic and life-boat man. He doesn't normally get to drive the big toys, so when he gets given a bucket truck he just about drops the keys in excitement.
    Last edited by BigClive; 12-05-2006 at 08:48 PM.

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