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Caterpillar Toys 11" Caterpillar Big Builder Wheel Loader With Figure

Item# 004W043598967004P | Model# 80170 | Added on May 18, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
Caterpillar Toys 11" Caterpillar Big Builder Wheel Loader With Figure
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The CAT 11 in. Big Builder Wheel Loader With Figure Lets the Construction Begin
Buying this CAT Big Movin Rumbler Wheel Loader with Friendly Builder will make your child overwhelmed with excitement when he realizes that he can begin creating his very own construction site, whether inside or outdoors, he can bring this toy with him to play wherever he goes. This wheel loader makes sounds and music as it drives along on its own. It even has lights to make the whole experience that much more realistic and enjoyable.
The CAT 11 in. Big Builder Wheel Loader With Figure is a great toy for any boy over the age of 18 months. He will adore all that this toy has to offer and with big red buttons and a pressure sensitive cockpit, this wheel loader is easy for any little one to operate and play with. Your child will even learn realistic construction phrases while using this toy. There is just so much for him to be amused by!

  • CAT Big Movin Rumbler Wheel Loader with Friendly Builder is a toy designed for little boys over the age of 18 months.
  • This toy is simple enough for your child to use. It has two red buttons and a pressure sensitive cockpit that fits the builder figurine in perfectly.
  • This toy makes sounds, plays music, flashes lights and even drives all on its own.
  • You need 3 'AA' batteries to start the fun.
  • There are no remote controls needed and assembly is not required.
  • Your child will learn real life construction phrases while playing with his wheel loader and builder
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