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    Posted: 17 Nov. 2018 at 11:48am
Trying to find more info on this Jeep toy. 
Only marking on it is:
 ©Disney
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Windshield fold down and the rear wheels spin after rolling it back.

Measurement. 
 3" long
2.5" tall
2" wide




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It can't be all that old if it was made in China. 
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Why that’s the sub micro Cj Minnie model. Engine is the S.00134. The S is for “spring”. They were direct drive i.e.  no transmission. Also there were no brakes or, steering. Once released the vehicle would proceed in more or less a straight line until the energy stored in the spring was expended or the ran into something. They were made in rear wheel drive only. Big smile

Ok I made all that up. I don’t know a thing about it except it looks kinda neat. 


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Originally posted by Ol' Unreliable Ol' Unreliable wrote:

It can't be all that old if it was made in China. 


I'm guessing early '70's but I can't find anything about this model.
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Originally posted by Mike F Mike F wrote:

Why that’s the sub micro Cj Minnie model. Engine is the S.00134. The S is for “spring”. They were direct drive i.e.  no transmission. Also there were no brakes or, steering. Once released the vehicle would proceed in more or less a straight line until the energy stored in the spring was expended or the ran into something. They were made in rear wheel drive only. Big smile

Ok I made all that up. I don’t know a thing about it except it looks kinda neat. 


LOL  Have not seen the engine yet Tongue
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Originally posted by berettajeep berettajeep wrote:

I'm guessing early '70's but I can't find anything about this model.


Please tell me that you don't think "early '70s" is old...  Big smile
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Originally posted by Ol' Unreliable Ol' Unreliable wrote:

Originally posted by berettajeep berettajeep wrote:

I'm guessing early '70's but I can't find anything about this model.


Please tell me that you don't think "early '70s" is old...  Big smile


Nope as I am from the early '70's! LOL
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Could have been sold at a Disney park.

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