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1960's toy Build-A-Tune

Anyone familiar with the Playtime, Inc Milwaukee, Wisconsin Build-A-Tune No. 200 1960's toy? I looking for missing pieces.

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I found Play Time Toys in Orlando, Fl.  Perhaps the company has relocated there.

However, Build-A-Tune was not in their current line.  Unfortunately some toys, particularly those with small pieces, have been withdrawn from the market as they pose a choking hazard to toddlers.

You may wish to contact them about having replacement parts made.  I am sorry to be no more help than that.


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