Sunny with Clouds
6 Celsius / 41 Fahrenheit
I've been using PicClick lately, and it most-certainly helps me find what I'm looking for very fast.
The website is affiliated with ebay, and it works to have viewers see results for their searches. It's a fast website, that's easy to manoeuvre and easy to use.
Mr. Hardy Littleton is the owner of this ebay store.
In a search for cast iron toys, I came across the cast iron roadster below, and I decided to investigate further. The roadster is a reproduction by Don Lewis based on the original Arcade Buick of the 1930's. These reproductions are collectible,and people like to buy them, probably as works of art or for that matter as a toy collectible.
The # 314 Hubley milk truck above is similar to the # 42 Borden's milk truck.
However, it does not have "Borden's milk" embossed on the sides of the truck.
It's also very small, measuring 3 3/4" (96 mm) long. The numbers 42 & 314 are from a 1930's Hubley catalogue.
Metalcraft was a successful company inn the 1930's and later. It produced nice pressed-steel toys.