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His uncle, David Nyberg, supplied much of the initial capital to start the company. The company name of Nylint is a combination of both the Ny berg and K lint names. It was incorporated under the name 'Nylint Tool and Manufacturing' and its initial operation was located at 5th Avenue and 13th Street in Rockford.

Original founder Bernard known as Barney Klint and his wife Grace remained actively involved for nearly 60 years in this privately-held company until their deaths in the mids. In the early years NYlint was a producer of kitchen utensils such as cheese slicers, flour sifters and a gravy strainers.

This tooling was purchased from the estate of another kitchenware Ny lint toys. Nylint also did special-order tooling work for other companies. For example, they produced refrigerator door handles and cast aluminum parts for the automobile industry. Inthe company moved to a larger location on 16th Avenue where it remained for 60 years. As with most manufacturers, World War II caused a shift in focus to making war-related products. During the war years, Nylint prospered while employing 50 employees who made anti-aircraft magazines and torpedo-related components for the Federal government.

Nylint produced, almost exclusively, war-related products during its 'Wartime Manufacturing Era. After the war, Nylint, like all manufacturing companies, worked to establish its post-war direction. After an extensive study in latethe company chose to enter the toy-producing arena. This decision was made primarily because of Nylint's possession of existing modern metal-stamping facilities, and it was felt that manufacturing metal toys was a solid choice. They made a commitment to produce toys and soon hired Carl Swenson, the inventor of a wind-up toy car with steering and directional actions.

This innovational toy was based on a mechanism that was on the cutting edge of technology. Not only did the toy exhibit strong mechanical capabilities, it was attractively-based on the real Chrysler Airflow de. Nylint called this toy the 'Amazing Car. Not only did Nylint have a solid product, it was marketed well -being packaged in an attractive box with a color picture of the toy on the outside. Additionally, the box included a diagram of the detailed motions the toy could perform. Believe it or not, most toy manufacturers did not picture their toys on the box during that period.

After World War II there were several large manufacturers of pressed-steel toys in this country. Others, including Tru-Scale, All-American, and Ertl, would later the ranks of toy truck producers. Aside from Buddy-L, Marx, Structo and Wyandotte, who had ly made toys, most of these companies started moving into toy manufacturing immediately after the war. From the get-go, there was a lot of intense competition.

In the lates and earlys, Nylint remained committed to these wind-up toys and soon produced a front-end loader wind-up, which resembled a forklift. Soon afterwards, they made a couple of motorcycle tin wind-ups, a street sweeper wind-up resembling the actual Elgin machine and a wind-up that resembled a popular TV icon 'Howdy Doody' although Nylint never used the name to advertise the toy.

The Elgin Street Sweeper, in particular, demonstrated to Nylint that success could be achieved by patterning toys after real-life vehicles. Scroll down for history, price guides and comments.

Change selection: price highest price lowest new items best match. Nylint forum "Ask questions or share your stories. I came across 3 nylint trucks all still in original packaging, one is the irving oil one from early 's, one is the white with square trailer Pepsi "gotta have it" one and the 3rd is a Crush pop Truck and trailer, I have been trying everything to find out something about this one but cannot find it anywhere, it has a square trailer not round, any ideas how I can find out about this one? Ive tried searching model and different word combos but nothing I am wondering how to find out how many of a certain line of Nylint trucks were made, specifically the Miller High Life Tanker Truck and other Miller beer truck Ny lint toys.

I have a truck and trailer Looking to see if one is out there? Difficult to find parts I am looking for a reproduction or original missile projectile tip for a Nylint Guided Missile Carrier. I have read about reproductions but I have not seen one for sale.

Any le would be appreciated. It's always difficult to find parts for these toys Maybe you're lucky and you'll stumble one day upon one for parts. Look here to see if you can find one: Nylint Missile. All in unopened boxes. Looking to sell. You could sell as lot on eBay or try Facebook, there are some collector groups on there. I have Nylint Wheeler No. Have a look here for some prices: Nylint Z. Have a look here to find them: Nylint Rockford.

Hi there, have a look here for some fire trucks. I have some nylint trucks and would like to know the value of them. I can send a picture of the collection. I have about seven of them. Please let me know how to contact you via. Thank you. I'm not an expert on NyLint trucks.

You can try to find them here for some prices: Nylint trucks. Anyone know how much is Illinois power company line truck worth from the Not sure Sorry, I don't have any Also have a look here, maybe you can find a truck for parts: Nylint Fire Trucks. Is there a guide out there to determine the year of these semi trucks? Hi there, you could try this link: NyLint Stacks. Not sure if there's a special guide for semi trucks, but you could try these guides on Amazon.

Also try this : Nylint decales'. Maybe you can find a truck for parts. Hello, where would I be able to sell some Nylint trucks. One is the flat nose fire truck with ladder. Difficult to find There are some companies who make new reproduction parts, but that could be quite expensive. Search for 'nylint parts' on Google or find another crane for parts: Nylint I hav a yellow and green roter can find anywhere can you tell me what it might be worth.

Or where I can find it. Hi, have a Ny lint toys here, maybe you can find yours: Nylint Roter. I have a Nylint tow and recovery tow truck in purple. Anything anyone can tell me about this truck would be apprecate. Sorry, I don't know either Hello, I am looking for the two metal steel ramps that go to a old off road Tournahauler with gray goose neck trailer. These ramps would hang on each side of the trailer for transport. Each would be about 12 inches to 14 inches long and about a 1. Please let me know if you have a pair painted yellow originally for sale or any positive help.

Hi there, I don't sell any parts and not sure where to get them But you could try this : Nylint Tournahauler to see if you can find parts. I have a relative who is researching the Ny lint toys of a Nylint dump truck model nr. It was given to her husband, a painter, by the President of Nylint, probably Barney Klint while he was painting his house. Any idea of value and how would we prove provenance of it coming from the Pres of Nylint?

I'm afraid I really wouldn't know how to prove provenance, sorry! I am attempting to distribute, amongst my four sons, the childhood books and toys left in my possession. One son was particularly fond of Thomas the Tank engine. We have his model In all aspects it is still in fantastic working order, with the exception of having lost the one wheel from the underside. This wheel slotted into double grooves and thus made contact with an eight tongued brass cog.

I believe the wheel was the reason that the Thomas moved and turned sideways when it touched an object. I would appreciate any help or suggestions you might give in this matter. I'm afraid you have to look for one for parts Janice to find that missing wheel. I have seen quite a few Nylint trucks, but not this particular style.

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