Murray Sad Face Pedal Car Front Axle Assembly
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InfoFrom 1950-1958, Murray produced pedal vehicles with an unusual style front bumper and grille that gave the vehicle a frowning, sad appearance.
From the aptly named Sad Face series emerged a Dump Truck, Fire Truck and Station Wagon. Most Sad Face vehicles were the extended styles with a rear platform and hand rails; the fire truck had wooden ladders.
A sedan model Sad Face called the General Auto, made a brief appearance in 1950, and today is a rare collector's item.
In 1955 the Ranch Wagon took the place of the Station Wagon. Murray's color presentation on vehicles during this period reflected the trends of full-sized automobiles of the time, as two-tone paint schemes were popular on this style of pedal car.
Accessories and options were numerous for the Sad Face style pedal car.
These cars were offered with many different graphics painted on the sides. The background colors accurately depict original paint color schemes from Murray.
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