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Marx Toy FAQs and Facts Blog

The Marx Toy Museum will blog about those Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) we receive by email and also share some Facts about some of the toys we have on display at the museum. And the best part - when we don't know the answer - we are hoping you do!!! So comment...

Toy FAQ's and Facts Blog

Marx Toy Museum - Thursday, October 06, 2011

Welcome to the Marx Toy Museum Toy FAQs and Facts Blog!!!

For the past 10 years, the Marx Toy Museum has received dozens of emails each day requesting information on the toys and history of Louis Marx.  And for years, we have taken the time to answer those questions with each email request. 

The Toy FAQs and Facts Blog is designed to bring more of those questions and answers to more people.  The Marx Toy Museum will blog about those Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) we receive by email and also share some Facts about some of the toys we have on display at the museum.

And don't be surprised if the MTM Blog is asking the questions for your to answer.  So check back regularly and share your knowledge and experiences...

If you have a blog topic you would like to request, post a comment below and we will try to make your question our next blog topic!!!



Michael McKee commented on 14-Feb-2012 08:29 AM
I'm restoring a Stutz Bearcat riding car but it has no battery and I cannot tell the voltage of the motor. I think it may be 6 volt but I'm not sure. Does anyone know what voltage the system is for this car? Thanks. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MTM: A blog has now
been posted on this topic. Be sure to check it out!!!
michael filgate commented on 15-Mar-2012 12:27 PM
I have several Marx Fix All Mercury Wagons made in 1953. This is my favorite marx toy ever, and the only known car of the 1952/53 Mercury Wagon to exist. I have them in Dark Green, Light Blue, two variations of Seafoam Green, and Tan. Were there any other
colors made on this toy?
Scott Farris commented on 26-Mar-2012 01:32 PM
where can I get replacement tracks for my Catapillar Windup Toy-I found them in one place but the prices were rediculous. Can they be properly glued back together if I have the old ones?
Anonymous commented on 06-Apr-2012 08:34 AM
I was looking for a year for Donald duck ride on blow mold toy If you have any info that would be great. Thanks
Phil lindberg commented on 30-May-2012 05:15 PM
Just received a Marx Old Timer Model T ford 1909. I was just wondering if anyone might know what year it was made? You can look at it here, If anyone could let me know
that would be great. Thanks
Eeyore fan commented on 08-Jun-2012 04:11 PM
I have an Eeyore(from Winnie the Pooh) floor toy that I would like some information about.He stands about 5 1/2" tall and nose to tail is about 10". Has a hard plastic body, with rubber legs , ears, mane and tail. There is a hole on his back where a rubber
hose with a rubber bulb is attached. When you squeeze the bulb the air goes through the hose, causing the back legs to move and make Eeyore walk. there is a Marx Toys logo on the under side (his tummy),with the words "Made in Hong Kong" circling the logo.
I was wondering if anyone knows where he was made, sold, or any other info. Thanks, Eeyore Fan
Audrina commented on 30-Jun-2012 04:12 PM
I have a Marx motorized motorcycle. It has a crank on the top that makes motorcycle noises when cranked. It is a turquoise blue and black. Does anyone have any information on this?
Anonymous commented on 20-Aug-2012 05:46 PM
I recently purchased a plastic toy horse whose head can either be let down and it bobs from side to side or locked in upright and also bobs from side to side in this position. Does anyone know what these horses were called? I see some on ebay but they
aren't the same. Thanks
Anonymous commented on 26-Aug-2012 01:13 PM
I have a dippy dumper with the popeye arms but no body can anyone tell me where I can find the body??
Denise commented on 30-Aug-2012 09:16 PM
I am looking for a Marx Mystery Walking Doll. It is about 6" high with a lead weight on a string. If you put on a counter and drop the weight, the doll will walk. It is a baby with a red dress and pink fabric overlay. I have seen Toddler Walking Doll that
is battery operated, but cannot find anything on the doll that I am looking for. Any thoughts?
Delores Steele commented on 05-Sep-2012 09:38 PM
I have what looks to be a Marx working tin tab rocket car. Is there anything you could tell me about this toy?
Anonymous commented on 24-Oct-2012 03:48 PM
I have a Marx "casino Pinball game" which is battery-operated. Were a lot of these made and for how many years? I believe it was made in 1968... Thanks! Bob T.
Anonymous commented on 16-Nov-2012 01:39 PM
I am in search of the instructions for the EZ Weaver. Any ideas?
Anonymous commented on 24-Feb-2013 02:43 PM
I recently purchased 3 Marx jungle animals (rhino, tiger and lion) all with moving mouths or head (rhino). They are quite large and made out of hollow hard plastic. I have looked online for this line...does anyone know if others were made? The rhino is about 7" tail to horn...they are quite large and they have wheels in their feet.

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