Crooked Herman's
little boy by Packard

Pedal Car Capital of the World!
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info@crookedherman.com
2924 Bonacum Drive, Lincoln, NE 68502
(402) 423-4441
- days only please




Wheel toy parts from 1910 to present. Many offerings are produced exclusively by, or for "Crooked Herman." We offer many unique services -- one-off duplications, custom applications, that "impossible part" to complete your restoration... along with most available common parts... always with quality in mind. Some of our manufactured parts are supplied to a limited number of responsible dealers.

RESEARCH

Along with your parts order we offer research and identification backed by a fair-size library of original manufacturer's catalogues.

Packard

wrecker

BUY - SELL - TRADE

Always buying, always selling, over 100 unrestored pedal cars in the warehouse. Sorry, no lists. Might be worth a tourist stop if you're going through Lincoln, Nebraska, here by appointment or chance.

REPLACEMENT PARTS EFFORT CONTINUES TO EXPAND, DIFFICULT ONE-OFF PARTS FOR ADVANCED COLLECTORS... RETIRING SERVICE, CUSTOMS, FANTASIES... CALL OR WRITE, LETS TALK...

Clip Coupun

Exact reproduction of early style extruded ribbed rubber as commonly used in the 1910-1950 period as tire material on most pedal cars, wagons, wheel toys, tea carts, baby buggys, etc. This material is produced exclusively for me by a major American manufacturer using duplicates of the original dies...properly cured in a consistent fine quality, gives an absolute "show quality" result when properly installed.

I will mount the proper size rubber on your wheel @ $17.00 per wheel up to about 12" diameter. For a larger size, call for price. I have the old machine that twists the wire to the proper tension in the center of the rubber...just like the original. The exception is the 15/16" AM-NATL...I sometimes bond the joint and roll the tire on the wheel...same appearance, sometimes seems to work better with this heavy rubber...

I assure you that I will use the utmost care to avoid damage to your wheel...but the makeup of the tire machine is such that once in a great while a slight nick or scratch in the paint is unavoidable...I cannot be responsible for that...doesn't happen often, usually will brush touch easily.....

Please pack your wheels securely, in a carton large enough for return (with the tires mounted). End them to me freight paid, parcel post or U.P.S. with your check or money order @ $17.00 per wheel + $25.00 for return.