Dinky Fire Engine Schuco 1001 Station Stickers 22
Early tin VW Beetle
One nice yellow tin vw beetle cool shabby chic accessory, not a toy. Approx 12 inches 30.5 cm in length. solid build, wheels do turn. Bench seat, dials and steering wheel. £25 GBP plus postage.
Tin early 1920s model biplane
One nice tin model of a early 1920s biplane, Well made in a deep red colour with white markings. Ideal shabby chic accessory. You can just imagine yourself flying this plane with your scarf blowing in the wind. Wingspan approx 12 inches 30.5 cm Length 9 inches 27 cm approx. Chocks away !. £25 GBP plus postage. ~ Sold ~
1939 Chevrolet Panel Van John Bull Tyres
John Bull Tyres, 1939 Chevrolet Panel Van. Made in England by lledo Diecast, Crome Radiator Headlights and Bumpers, L 9.5 W 3.5 H 3.5.cm. £9 GBP *USD $18 *EUR 14. Excluding Postage. Only 1 Available.
Racing Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gullwing 1:43 scale
One nicely detailed racing Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gullwing 10 cm in length. Doors open, This model has lots of fine detail it even has tape on its headlights. Not for children. Collectors item only. Comes in its own acrylic display case. £25 GBP *USD $48 *EUR 37. Excluding Postage. Only 1 available.
One Audi TT pull and go diecast model grey 1/32 scale New and Boxed £6.50 GBP *USD $13 *EUR 10. Excluding Postage. Only one available.
New Mini Cooper
One Red with White Roof New Mini Cooper pull and go die cast. New and Boxed 1/32 scale. £6.50 GBP *USD $13 *EUR 10. Excluding Postage. Only One Available.
Dinky Toy No.250 Fire Engine with Ladder and Bell c1954
Pictured above One Dinky Toys No 250 Fire Engine issued in 1954. Its paint has worn on its edges and its ladder was replaced at some stage aswell as its bell. But for a toy of over fifty years old that has been played with some years ago, it is in a good condition. It has all four wheels and tyres, Silver grill at the front and Pump details embossed into the rear. £40 GBP *USD $77 *EUR 60. Excluding Postage.
*USD *EUR * PRICE. Please note the USD $ and EUR price is subject to currency fluctuations.
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