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Wow, cool. It's looks very much like a small version of a Japanese tin-toy with its exaggerated trim features. Even the interior reminds me of the tin-toys.
 

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You are right here PWSchuh - it does have the look of an old quality tinplate toy! A close-up of the front clip provides further evidence. Truelly exaggerated.

Thanks for viewing.

Cheers Chris
 

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Neat model. Some unusual proportions but lots of interesting details. I remember those dashboard coves from my dad's '60 bubbletop.

The striking upholstery pattern really sets this one off. Thanks for posting. Did they make many other models?
 

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Neat model. Some unusual proportions but lots of interesting details. I remember those dashboard coves from my dad's '60 bubbletop.

The striking upholstery pattern really sets this one off. Thanks for posting. Did they make many other models?
Hi BluntFronts

The interior detail and the way the upholstery is portrayed is pretty fine on a model of this age. I like older models and these don't come up for sale that often. Thanks for your comments.

Cheers Chris
 
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