Mamod Steamroller

Mamod Steamroller

This is the working model of a nineteenth century steamroller made by well known English toy maker Mamod. Mamod Steamroller is a result of the Second Industrial Revolution, steamrollers denoted an age when Britain’s transportation framework made ready for its money related achievement. This model is a present day multiplication of one of Mamod’s steam-fueled toys initially presented in 1961—an amalgamation of the different full-sized steamrollers that worked amid time by producers Aveling and Porter, John Fowler and Co., and others. Working like its ancestors, this model acknowledges ordinary tap water poured into its boiler. Two of the included 40 fuel tablets placed into its burner tray heat the boiler’s water supply. A pull of the flywheel starts the engine with a pleasant putter and it travels in the direction you indicate using the control lever and steering rod. A working steam whistle bellows your contentment with every pull. 11 1/4″ L x 7 3/4″ W x 6″ H. (4 lbs.)

$249.95