Farmers, truckers and toy enthusiasts flocked to the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds on Monday for the twenty-sixth annual Labor Day Toy Show.
Over 250 tables put farm toys, trucks, cars and construction items on display.
There was something for everyone, from serious collectors to “sandbox” enthusiasts. Visitors checked out thousands of miniature tractors, moving farm equipment and even pedal-pusher toys.
And while some of these toys were for sale, collecting and selling these items is a lifelong passion for some.
“This is probably my traveling collection if somebody wants to buy it that's fine, if they don't know problem I enjoy showing different things because people like to see them,” said toy collector Jerry Zahner.
The toys range from as little as 50 cents all the way to thousands of dollars.