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elcome to my Online Museum for Old and Vintage Tonka Toys.I have putting together photos I have taken of my toys to build this terrific online reference and Museum Website with Literally Thousands of photos documenting the history of Tonka Toys from 1948 until the late 60's.Was the company going to be able to maintain their high quality, workmanship and in general, insure that the knowledge of toy truck manufacturing would not be lost? The answer was to move key employees from Tonka Mound to Tonka El Paso.14 employees, highly knowledgeable in their disciplines, transferred to El Paso while Tonka Mound was still in truck production.The small and medium sized categories were pretty well covered.What Tonka needed was a series of trucks that screamed I'M BIG____I'M TOUGH____I'M A TONKA.Interest level and availability of various models is now gauged on a world wide scale, not limited to area toy shows. Along with the increased awareness of available models, was a decrease in prices paid by collectors and enthusiasts. Welcome to what is becoming the go to Mighty Tonka resource on the web.First there was the Tonka Regular series of trucks beginning in 1949 followed by the Mini Tonka series in 1963.
The first Mighty Tonka was introduced at Toy Fair in New York in early 1964. In fact, the new Mighty Dump was initially assigned to Tonka's Regular series.Charles Groschen, at the time Tonka's Vice President of Manufacturing, is given credit as the creative mind behind the development of the Mighty Tonka Dump that in turn was the stepping stone for an entire Mighty series.Mighty Tonka trucks are very collectible, especially the first generation Mightys, 1964-1972.But all was not as rosy as it may have appeared to most Tonka employees.In the early 1980's, Tonka needed to do something to remain competitive.