Aren't old toys the best? Made of quality materials and bright colors. I love to use them in display.
My husband's old Tonka trucks from when he was a boy give a ride to my little Mia doll.
They are still used by our littlest one but only in the house as we don't want them to get rusty out in the yard. I bet a toy from now would never last that many years.
This rough around the edges little sewing machine was picked up for a few dollars at an antique's store about twenty years ago.
This top is from the early 60s. My husband said it was always at his grandma's house when they were growing up. All the little ones used to and still do play with it but I have it in a tray of goodies when not in use.