Traveling in 1956 was tons of fun as long as you didn’t do anything to make your dad turn the car around! What better way to prevent disappointed dads than staying occupied with 15 different games for kids from six to sixty. Among the games included Town and Country Bingo, Rainbow Bingo, and Guided Missiles.
Who wouldn’t have fun creating boxes with your sister and making “strike” claims for uranium? You can have up to 4 games on a graphically-rich sheet of paper complete with a geiger counter, headphones, and a shovel.
Keep it in the glove box so that it’s handy for the kids. Take it on the train. Ask your neighbor on the bus to play a game or two.
This 1958 Uranium Hauler from Nylint is a great value for any of your small hauling needs, whether in the sandbox, the basement, or the San Rafael Swell outside Green River, Utah. You’re ready with this all-steel rear dumper with powerful hydraulic cylinder, strong enough to lift and dump a heaping load of wet sand when the latch lever is released.
Built to last, the No. 2700 Uranium Hauler was only $7.98 in 1958 (only $71.02 in 2019 dollars). But it was built to last…forever! Just like the glow from the uranium you’ll haul away. Won’t your mom be proud!