Question: When did they stop making metal Tonka trucks?

In 1982, Tonka Toys left Mound due to production needs.

When did Tonka trucks go from metal to plastic?

1991: The TONKA brand joined the Hasbro family of toys and over the years expands into many areas of play including smaller steel, motorized and durable plastic outdoor trucks.

Does Tonka still make steel trucks?

This sturdy, steel construction vehicle is ready for the toughest loading jobs. Move the bed up and down to trigger its unloading action! Constructed Tonka tough with real Steel! Specifications.BrandTonkaAge Range4 years & UpManufacturerBasic FunManufacturer Part Number06025Assembled Product Weight4.4 lb2 more rows

Are metal Tonka trucks worth anything?

These trucks sell for as much as $1,000. Mint-condition boxes will enhance the value of a truck by 20 to 50 percent. Most Tonka trucks in good condition from the late 40s through the early 60s can be purchased for between $100 and $300.

How much is an old Tonka truck worth?

Most Tonka trucks in good condition from the late 40s through the early 60s can be purchased for between $100 and $300. Because so many Tonka products were manufactured, standard outlets including flea markets, garage sales and antique stores are good sources for Tonka trucks.

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