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I neeed the dome head nut for steering wheel the side ladders and the bell were can i order them

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Have you tried eBay? Or Google this toy and try to find the manufacturer. If still in business, you could contact them. If not, you may have to follow the breadcrumb trail of who purchased it, when, and where it stands in today's business world. I would say the ladders and bell are the easiest replace. Any woodworker worth his salt could recreate these ladders. And the bell looks as though most any vintage style bell will work. It's the dome head nut that has me stumped.

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