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                        Tonka packaging can add 25% to 50% or more to the value of a truck sold without its box. To maximize the value, the box must be in near mint to mint condition. Collectors pay big bucks for pristine packaging.

                        Below are more examples of Tonka trucks with packaging. Featured are a 1963 model 425 Jeep Pumper, 1967 model 435 Jeep Wrecker with Plow, 1969 model 2435 Canadian Jeep Wrecker with Plow, 1966 model 152 powder blue Volkswagen Beetle, 1966 model 154 sea foam green Volkswagen Bug and a 1966 model 150 black Volkswagen Beetle Bug, 1967 model 150 black Volkswagen Beetle, 1967 model 154 Emerald green Volkswagen Bug and a 1968 emerald green Volkswagen Beetle from the model 1158 assortment,



                        1963 Model 425 Jeep Pumper
                        1963 Model 425 Jeep Pumper
                        1967 Model 435 Jeep Wrecker and Plow
                        1967 Model 435 Jeep Wrecker and Plow
                        1969 Canadian Model 2435 Jeep Wrecker and Plow
                        1969 Canadian Model 2435 Jeep Wrecker and Plow


                        1966 Model 152 Powder Blue Volkswagen Beetle Bug
                        1966 Model 152 Powder Blue Volkswagen Beetle
                        1966 Model 154 Sea Foam Green Volkswagen Beetle Bug
                        1966 Model 154 Sea Foam Green Volkswagen Beetle
                        1966 Model 150 Black Volkswagen Beetle Bug
                        1966 Model 150 Black Volkswagen Beetle

                        New in 1966, the box for the Volkswagen Beetle can easily be identified by the 3 black parallel lines running the circumference of the box.


                        1967 Model 150 Black Volkswagen Beetle Bug
                        1967 Model 150 Black Volkswagen Beetle
                        1967 Model 154 Emerald Green Volkswagen Beetle Bug
                        1967 Model 154 Emerald Green Volkswagen Beetle
                        1968 Emerald Green Volkswagen Beetle Bug from Model 1158 Assortment
                        1968 Emerald Green Volkswagen Beetle From The Model 1158 Assortment

                        When the Volkswagen Beetle was introduced to the Mini Tonka series in 1966, each color was assigned its unique 3 digit model number. Examples would be the blue VW Bug carries model #152 and the green Bug is model #154. Model numbers on the 1967 Beetles carried over from 1966. 1968 is where things changed. Tonka packaged 12 Bugs, in equal quantities, in a "master" and assigned model #1158 to the assortment. In 1968 and 1969, 4 colors of Bugs were produced. When you do the math, 3 Bugs of 4 colors made up the #1158 assortment. Beginning in 1970, only 2 colors were available. Still using a 12 pack "master" the #1158 assortment consisted of 6 each of 2 colors.


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