1955 Tonka Cross Country Private Label Semi

Tonka Private Label Cross Country Semi

1955 Tonka Cross Country semi. There are NO graphics on the rear doors.


Cross Country Freight authorized a small quantity of semi's to be produced in 1955. Tonka used the standard Green Giant semi, added customer graphics and painted the trailer tandem axle bracket red instead of typical Green Giant green. All Cross County Freight trailers sported a reefer unit.

Value: A semi in excellent, complete, unretouched condition, typical paint problems on fifth wheel and saddle tanks, minimal paint scratches elsewhere, decals excellent plus, no box, sold on eBay for $1050 USD in September 2006.

Value: A semi in very good condition, missing a door handle, headlight and dolly tires, no box, sold on eBay in June 2007 for $238 USD.

Value: A semi in good, original, unretouched condition, missing door handles, lots of paint missing therefore some surface rust and no box, sold on eBay in early August 2007 for $125 USD.

Value: A semi in good, original, unretouched condition, missing door handles, dull paint with many scattered scratches, promoting some surface rust and no box, sold on eBay in late August 2007 for $150 USD.

Value: A semi in good, complete, unretouched condition, dull paint with many scratches, promoting some surface rust and no box, sold on eBay in mid January 2008 for $188 USD.

Value: A semi in good, complete, unretouched condition, dull paint with numerous scratches, major paint loss on fifth wheel and saddle tanks, no box, sold on eBay for $255 USD in mid March 2008.

Value: A semi in very good, complete, unretouched condition, few paint chips and typical played with scratches, typical paint loss on fifth wheel and saddle tanks, excellent decals, no box, sold on eBay for $558 USD in late July 2008.

Value: A semi in excellent to near mint, complete, unretouched condition, few paint chips and typical played with scratches, typical paint loss on fifth wheel and saddle tanks, excellent decals, no box, sold on eBay for $434 USD in mid April 2010.

Value: A semi in excellent, complete, unretouched condition, paint dulled with age, with paint loss in several areas, typical paint loss on fifth wheel and saddle tanks, excellent decals, no box, sold on eBay for $338 USD in late October 2011.

Value: A semi in excellent plus to near mint, complete, unretouched condition, minimal paint loss on fifth wheel and saddle tank area, excellent plus decals, no box, sold on eBay for $635 USD in mid January 2012.

Value: A semi in very good,complete, unretouched condition, numerous paint scratches and chips all over, very good decals, no box, sold on eBay for $342 USD in late May 2013.

Value: A semi in very good, complete, unretouched condition, paint scratches and chips, very good plus decals, no box, sold on eBay for $399 USD in early January 2014.

Value: A semi in poor, complete, unretouched condition, numerous paint scratches and chips all over, lots of rust, water damaged trailer floor, very good plus decals, no box, sold on eBay for $150 USD in early January 2014.

Value: A semi in complete, unretouched, good plus condition, paint generally tired looking with numerous paint chips all over, good decals, no box, sold on eBay for $187 USD in mid May 2014.

Value: A 1955 Cross Country semi in complete, unretouched, excellent condition, paint shiny with minimal paint scratches, even the fifth wheel and saddle tanks have minimal paint loss, very good plus decals, no box, sold on eBay for $516 USD in mid November 2014. (Best example I've seen in years.)

Value: A 1955 Cross Country semi in complete, original, unretouched, excellent condition, paint shows minimal scratches, decals very good plus, no box, sold on eBay for $305 USD in early June 2015.



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