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Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 1956.

Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible.
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible. car.
This 1956 Chevy Bel Air Measures 11 "L x 4" W x 3.75 "H. Is a 1:18 Scale Diecast The 56 Chevy Features a detailed engine and interior. Diecast metal, classic1956 Chevy Belair has workable steering, free wheels, opening doors. and hood.

Take your mind back to the fabulous '50s. Remember those classic convertibles in cool colors like orange and turquoise? Here's the '56 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible you (or your dad) might have longed for, re-created in die-cast metal. The doors, hood, and trunk all open, and the steering wheel actually turns the front wheels. This orange and cream classic dream car is 11 inches long from the jet-shaped hood ornament to the taillights in the fins. It comes with a black display stand with the car's name in gold. Makes a great gift for anyone who graduated in 1956, or collectors of any age. - Marcie Bovetz - Editorial Review. Shop here.




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VOLKSWAGEN GOLF

VOLKSWAGEN GOLF.
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF.
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI BLACK DIECAST MODEL. NOREV 1 / 18.

More than 1.5 million models have been produced of this marque since its inception. This model shows the redesigned grille. The model offers opening doors, note the Satnav on the detailed dashboard, boot and the bonnet reveals the powerful lump. Buy it now.

Classic Volkswagen

Volkswagen Minibus.
The classic Volkswagen. Minibus. was first produced in 1950 and continued to be made until 1967. Its duties ranged from functional to fun, seeing duty as delivery van, service truck, emergency vehicle, family car and getaway camper. With its low cost, high reliability and ease of maintenance, it was a hit with all its owners, but is probably best remembered as an iconic symbol of '60s counterculture. The VW van was among the first 'forward control' designs in which the driver was placed above the front wheels. Thanks to wind-tunnel testing, the Minibus was aerodynamically superior to the Beetle despite its slab-sided shape. Never known for its power, the Minibus started out with only an 1131cc engine making 25 hp. By the end of its production, engine displacement grew to 1.5 liters, producing a whopping 42 hp. No matter the size, however, the engines were always air-cooled, a VW hallmark. Schuco is a legendary German toy manufacturer, founded in 1912. The company achieved worldwide fame with its toy cars manufactured in the '30s, '40s and '50s, many of which were patented. While Schuco continues to issue a limited number of metal retro-toys for collectors, today the company is better known for its amazing diecast vehicle replicas. Working directly with manufacturers and car collectors, Schuco painstakingly re-creates each vehicle in miniature, often incorporating tiny details only visible with a magnifying glass. Most Schuco models are issued in specified limited quantities, and once gone, will not be made again. That's why wise collectors know that a Schuco model isn't just a purchase: It's an investment with a lifetime return of enjoyment.Find Here

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