1940 Allan Herschell Cooney Island Roller Car
From 1887 to the mid-1950s, Allan Herschell was the era’s equivalent of Walt Disney. Herschell was a major employer in Tonawanda, a small city in Erie County, New York. For children growing up in post WW II era, the Allan Herschell play-lands were a place of wonder, where blocks of wood magically transformed into leaping and prancing ponies and aluminium could be shaped into horses, boats, starships, and helicopters.
The particular Herschell creation is a Fire Truck from a Herschell Coney Island ride, and one of the rides that were forerunner to roller-coaster. Located in Santa Barbra, California, the advertised price excludes shipping.
Average selling prices for these historic cars is circa 3-4,000USD in un-restored condition, 8-10kUSD fully restored.
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Stock No: MM-Herch
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