Will,I have 2 old sleds. One is homemade and is 32 inches long , 13 ¾ inches wide and 13 ¾ inches high. I think this was already old when purchased 25 years ago. The other sled is a child's sled, with the name Playmaker on it. It is 32 inches long, 21 inches high and 12 inches wide. Any value in these? I think there is yet another one out back in the shed loft. Will have to look if these are worth anything!Thanks,Barbara
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Thanks! XXXXX is a relatively high quality piece that appears to be one from the 1950-60s era. That one would retail around $125 or so. The other one is really neat looking! I bet some kid had a blast on it! It, honestly, is the more attractive of the two for somebody looking for a display item...it should go in the $150-175 range because of the overall condition and appearance, plus it seems to be made of nice quality oak. Both would be considered pull types rather than the standard lay down form. Hope this helps! Best, Will
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