This antique ride on toy was made by Keystone in 1929. It is in the shape of a steam roller. They call it a model 60. This is the most original example we've seen. Almost all of them are missing the handle bars for steering. Most are very poorly restored.
It has a neat feature in that there is a steering wheel in back that also works the front wheel. That way, when the child outgrew playing by riding on the toy, it was still a very cool steam roller toy. Unfortunately for Keystone, the stock market crash happened in October 1929, leaving very few examples of this toy in circulation.
As you can see in the photos, there is some general rust, especially on the wheels. The labels are on both sides, but one does have a bruise. The string on the bell is present, but pretty short. We're not sure what the lever in the back is supposed to do, but it's there.
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