1950s Indian Scout Western Revolver / Saddle Coin-Op Horse Amusement Kiddie Ride.

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May 25, 2012 · The coin slot near the right side of the horse's head. 3. Make sure your ad gets found! Select a Featured Ad to get promoted to the top of local and state searches, highlighting, special badges, and more.

. Champion – When coin-operated kiddie rides first appeared in the late 1940s & early 1950s what did every kid in America want to be? A cowboy.

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We restore and paint Vintage"Kiddie Ride", mechanical and coin-operated horse and merry go.

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. Champion – When coin-operated kiddie rides first appeared in the late 1940s & early 1950s what did every kid in America want to be? A cowboy.

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May 25, 2012 · The coin slot near the right side of the horse's head.

SAFE , SANE HORSES FOR LEASE $250. . The process is to first a full primary assesment, and plan.

Pre-Owned. . . New stables with own tack room. Post a horse for lease ad – No registration is required, ads are listed immediately, and details are sent to local users of our horse for lease alert system. 00.

Feb 1, 2012 · He means the shiny-coin-worth-25-cents horse.

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Height 16 hands.

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We find 136 products about coin operated horse from 39 manufacturers & suppliers.

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Sep 3, 2020 · A new Kresge dime store was opening up in Sioux City, Iowa, and the store’s manager noticed a reference to coin-operated horses in a special issue of The Billboard.