The Creative Coaster is a wood and plastic ride on toy that was made from 1964-1982. The Coaster was inspired by the 1961 Creative Block Wagon. Basically they took the wagon base and added a plastic seat and hinged steering stick with a wheel on top.
The Coaster can either have a yellow or blue seat and blue or yellow dowels holding it up. Notice the lithograph of a speedometer in the front.
The back has a lithograph of a license plate with the FP logo and the toy number 987.
This sweet little coaster was made to ride! My baby-girl figured it out pretty quickly and climbed right on.
There is a horn in the middle of the steering wheel that makes a beep beep sound.
Each side of the coaster has the brightly colored Fisher Price name and logo.
Inside the coaster bottom it's a bit dirty (normal since little feet and shoes have been there) but you can see the directions for "creative play" and ideas of what the blocks can make.
The front of the coaster is adorable. I love the "headlights" and notice the license plate looking numbers (it's the toy number 987 again).
I bought my coaster on Ebay and it didn't come with blocks or dowels. However, a lovely FB Fisher Price friend (thanks Janna!) sent me a box of Creative Blocks #666. Yes, that's right Fisher Price numbered a toy 666. Anyway, the Creative Blocks set was made from 1978-1990 and came with 4 round shaped blocks, 4 square shape blocks and 6 pie shaped blocks. It also came with 4 plastic dowels in the colors yellow, orange, purple and blue.