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About Airflow Collectibles

Airflow Collectibles toys resemble antique treasures, but are built for today’s generation of hard-riding kids. Based in Orange, California, Airflow faithfully reproduces classic tricycles, mini Red Baron planes, old-school locomotives, and pedal cars from the 1930s, '40s and '50s. Rendered in durable steel (not plastic) — with chrome accents, working headlights, adjustable seats, and high-traction tires — these toys delight tots and design-minded parents alike.

Past Sales Featuring Airflow Collectibles

Sale Ended January 21, 2011

Airflow Trikes, Trains, & Airplanes

There are run-of the-mill kiddie bikes, and then there are the heirloom-quality autos that combine fun themes with pedal-operated movement. This selection from Airflow includes a Thomas the Tank Engine train car, complete with a padded conductor’s seat, a sport racer prop plane in fire-engine red and an old-fashioned pink speedster that even has a spare wheel mounted on the tailgate.

Sale Ended November 30, 2010

Airflow Collectibles

There are kiddie bikes and then there are the heirloom-quality autos that combine fun themes with pedal-operated movement. This selection from Airflow includes a Thomas the Tank Engine train car, complete with a padded conductor’s seat, a sport racer prop plane in fire-engine red and an old-fashioned pink speedster that even has a spare wheel mounted on the tailgate.

Sale Ended March 19, 2011

Top Gift Picks - 1/17/2011

Top Gift Picks

Sale Ended November 21, 2011

Our Top 10 Toys Shop

For this sale, our buyers searched high and low to bring you their favorite toys. They're extremely picky and only have eyes for the best brands, so get ready to shop the most clever creations on the market. A wooden railway set from Melissa & Doug and magnetic blocks from Tegu are just two of this sale's stars, but they've got everything our buyers look for: durability, functionality, and an out-of-this world fun factor. Click <a href="http://gi.lt/vPhFoF">here</a> to find out why we chose each toy.