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I, unfortunately, do not have a collection of DINKY TOYS - only a few.

This 1957 Packard was a present from a former co-worker. She played with it when she was little. Aside from the scratches, she took pretty nice care of it, considering that her kids probably played with it, too.

In Salmon and Cream with original white rubber "tyres," "perspex" glazing is present, interior optional. :)


 

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Thanks for sharing the pic Tone. :thumbsup:

I don't have an Dinky toys left in my collection. I sold my Dinky diecast years ago to concentrate on collecting Brooklins. I didn't have that many Dinky toys anyway. I wish I would have kept the diecast WW II airplanes that took a AAA battery that made the propeller spin (if you remember those).

Nice to see you sharing some pics here Tone. :wave:
 
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