Articles & Publications

Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 30 No. #2, February 2012, Page 10 - "Tanker Truck Travels Full Circle"
Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 29 No. #1, December 2011, Page 12 - "A LOST AND FOUND CHRISTMAS PRESENT"
Statesman Journal / Mid-Valley Section C May 22, 2011- Maker of valuable toy trucks still rolling - Article by Capi Lynn
Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 25 No. 11, November 2007, pages 42,43 & 44, Feature story on the All American Toy Co. 60th Anniversary celebrations
Log Trucker Magazine May 2000, starting on page 34, 11 pages of facts and history about the All American Toy Company
Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 17 No. 6, June 1999, front cover and feature story on Pat's Kenworth.
Classic & Vintage Commercials (England) May 1997, "The toy legend lives on". A three page story on the All American Toy Co. and the new Kenworth truck
Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 15 No. 1, January 1997, Pages 14 & 15. Featuring the first new toy in 50 years from the All American Toy Company, the mighty 1947 Kenworth
Mobilia Volume III No. 5 May 1995 The Monthly Marketplace for Automobilia. Featuring article on pages 60, 61 and 62 plus a half page ad on page 57. THE REBIRTH OF ALL AMERICAN New limited edition trucks pay tribute to the firm's heyday.
Rodders Collectables Challenge Classic Car Series Volume 1, 1994 pages 6,7, 8 & 9 plus a full page ad on the back cover highlighting the Heavy Haulers. "A LABOR OF LOVE", a detailed article with many wonderful pictures, black and white and color, showing trucks such as the Heavy Hauler II, the Cargo Liner, a Special Edition Tow Truck, DynaDump, Scoop-A-Veyer and Timber Toters
Toy Trucker & Contractor Volume 11 Number 4 April 1993 pages 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18 shows that The Dream Continues....IT'S BACK....All American Toy Company returns with Timber Toter dedicated to founders, Clay and Beth Steinke. Great Photos and even a photo of children pulling an All American Toy Truck in a Centennial parade in Silverton, Oregon in 1954. Current Owner, Patrick Russell is featured holding a wooden master mold found in the original foundry in 1990 after 40 years of storage. Plus a full page ad showing the limited edition log truck.