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Originally posted by vcanfield

Ihle provided cars for most of the wooden-tracked wild mouse rides. In addition to mouse cars and bumper cars, they may have made car bodies for some other rides. They advertised 'airborne' rides in the early 1980s.

Skywheel88, which wild mouse are your photos of?


The color shot is a crop from the C.N.E. midway (Conklin) in the 1960's, the linked b&w photo is just something I found doing a google image search under "Wild Mouse Coaster" for this topic.
Kenny.

Ihle provided cars for most of the wooden-tracked wild mouse rides. In addition to mouse cars and bumper cars, they may have made car bodies for some other rides. They advertised 'airborne' rides in the early 1980s.

Skywheel88, which wild mouse are your photos of?

I would say the 50's as that is when the Mouse series came out around 1958.

Did you buy it?
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Originally posted by skywheel88

Closer shot of this style Wild Mouse Coaster Car;

http://cache.viewimages....E3D2FE59A55A1E4F32AD3138 

Very Cool!! Thanks for that picture, it sure looks like one to me. Now I'm thinkin' '40's....
I have done so much,with so little,for so long,I am now qualified to do anything with nothing!
Closer shot of this style Wild Mouse Coaster Car;

http://cache.viewimages....E3D2FE59A55A1E4F32AD3138 
Kenny.

I would be surprised if it was a Mouse car.
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Although the brothers made scooter type mini cars mainly, apparently they also made coaster cars. Looks like '50's to me. For another co. perhaps?
I have done so much,with so little,for so long,I am now qualified to do anything with nothing!
Yea, It's a mouse car
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Originally posted by skywheel88

Looks like an old Wild Mouse car to me;




That was what I was going to say.
It is what you learn, after you know it all, that counts.
Looks like an old Wild Mouse car to me;

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Kenny.