Metalcraft Corp., St Louis, Missouri, 1920 - 1938. Metalcraft produced playground equipment (such as teeter-totters) and pressed-steel trucks and acquired the rights for producing the pressed-steel airplane of Lindburgh's "Spirit of St. Louis". The company made millions of toy truck premiums known as "Business Leaders".

Metalcraft toy trucks

George R. Ericson was the owner of the Metalcraft Corporation during the Great Depression and this company, like so many others in the world at that time, did not make it through the depression, shutting its doors for the last time in 1938.

Metalcraft Sunshine Biscuits truck:

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Comments (3)
Kathy - October 28, 2019
Have a biscuit truck that is missing the radiator and box portion of truck. Tires are fine. Truck shows wear with scratches but looks a lot like the nice one in the video. Any value to anyone?
There are a few biscuit trucks for sale right now. Have a look here, maybe you can find yours and a value.
Verena - May 13, 2019
check the bottom of your truck if it reads metalcraft st louis its the real deal
Excellent tip, thanks very much for sharing!
Kathy - May 17, 2013
hello, I have a metal craft truck that has a white king express logo can you give me any info on these trucks. it does have metal wheels thank you