Barr Rubber Co. Toys (17 views) M60 Home     Toy Gallery

There are three vehicles in this group of Barr vehicles, a red two-door fastback with rear mounted spare and black tires, a red '35 coupe with rear spare and black tires, and a green stake-side, dual-rear wheel truck
Here we have four automobiles, two two-door fastbacks with rear spare, one a bright blue and the other red, and two coupes, one dark green and the other red. The detail is excellent despite all the years since the cars were produced, with windows, doors, hood hinge and louvers, radiator shell fins, and windshield wipers clear and crisp. Lovely cars all. The Barr vehicles use a nail with a largish head to mount the tires and at the same time to serve as hubcaps. The view is from above and the front driver side quarter. The question is posed, which are Barr and which Sieberling (half are each, which can only be told by turning them upside down and observice the axle housings and axles. This collection is the rear quarter view of the same four cars.
A beautiful blue two door '35 Ford sedan shown from the driver's left front quarter. This is the same blue sedan seen from the rear quarter.
This photo shows the underside of the sedans and coupes. This is a fan of trucks, each of the colors presently in the museum collection: one each in red, green, yellow, blue, and army green with canvas cover for the bed.
This view is of the red stake truck with single rear wheels. The truck beds are deep and perfect for loading with the stuff ideal for boys and girls. This is the blue truck, with single rear wheels.
This is the Army truck with USA in white lettering on the side of the bed. The Army truck has dual rear wheels. This is the Army truck with USA in white lettering on the other side of the bed.
This is the shiny, bright yellow truck with dual wheels showing the driver's side. This is the same yellow truck showing the passenger's side.
Here we have the green truck from the front, driver's quarter. Here is the same green truck from the passenger's front quarter.
Three allegedly Barr ambulances, but with Seiberling undercarriages. This is the front passenger side view of the red, the white, and the blue ambulances. This view is from below.

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