Our pedalcars are made of steel, and designed and built to last decades, not weeks. When we show them at trade shows, we invariably hear people say “ I remember pedalcars, I didn’t know they were still available.” Yes, they are! Yes, they are made of steel, and they are fully functional. Oh, and yes, kids love them.
In 1917, Antonio Pasin started making toy wagons. His dream was “to bring joy to every boy and girl” Radio Flyer wagons set the standard then, and today, his grandchildren, Robert and Paul Pasin have kept the dream alive. Who does not have fond recollections of time spent with a Radio Flyer wagon?
We think that every child deserves to have a little red wagon.
CMC car models have amazed car buffs for years. One of the side benefits of owning one is to show it to your neighbor, and hear “Wow, where did you find this? Take a moment to look at the details of the 1/18th scale cars and imagine building a model that size with more than 1000 parts. What? Real hand assembled wire wheels with removable knock off hubs! Astounding! Take a wheel off and see the functional suspension, the brake drums, brake lines and more. The only way they could be more authentic would be if you could turn the key, and start the engine.
If you turn you head skyward when you hear a plane pass overhead, you might be a person that knows a DC 3 from a 747. If this is you, you will never forget the sound of a Merlin in a P-51, or the sight of Bob Hoover doing 8 point rolls in a Rockwell Commander. Our aviation models will make you smile, and you will appreciate the respect for the design and materials that is so evident. Not many people can be privileged to own a Ford Trimotor, but you could have a model that is so authentic, right down to the corrugated aluminum skin, that you can almost hear the sound of the radial engines cough, and catch.
Thanks for visiting, call if you have questions, or just want to talk about pedalcars, planes, and automobiles.
C & N Reproductions, Inc.
Carl, Nancy, Cyndi, Mitch, Al, Larry, and Loretta