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Displaying items by tag: 56to85mm
Friday, 06 July 2018 04:11

REINDORF OVAL VW

Rudolf Schwarz and his son Karl Rudolf Schwarz established in 1928 in Vienna, Austria, the company REINDORF Kaffeemittelfabrik. They produced coffee surrogates and coffee extracts. The company ceased to exist in 1969 and was incorporated in the Mikado Coffee and Tea importers company. They included many different give-aways with their products: animal figurines, kitchen toys, small toys, ...

Published in REINDORF

In 1938, Hitler introduced the Dr. Porsche designed KdF Wagen at the Berlin Auto Show. This KdF Wagen as it was identified back then (KdF abbreviates "Kraft des Freude" meaning Strength Through Joy) later became the Volkswagen Beetle as we know it today. Hitler wanted the German worker to own an affordable automobile and the KdF Wagen was to be the official automobile in Germany. The Germ...

Published in HK HUKI - Small Scale
Monday, 03 October 2016 15:39

MECLINE VW BUS

MECLINE was a brandname of Svein Stromberg in Akersgaten 39, Oslo, Norway. The company Svein Strømberg & Co. A/S was founded in 1941, began plastic production in 1946, and by the early 1950’s was a significant manufacturer of plastic household goods.
Because of import restrictions after the second world war, it was not possible to import finished p...

Published in MECLINE
Saturday, 09 July 2016 17:08

UNKNOWN OVAL VW PLASTIC 30

One piece plastic body with cut out windows and very good details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window. Black plastic chassis with black plastic wheels with metal axles secure onto the chassis. No other markings.

 

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Wednesday, 02 December 2015 18:39

VSM OVAL VW

Green plastic body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with air louvers. Chassis molded in black plastic with black plastic wheels on metal axles attached to the chassis. Chassis attached to the body with glue. Chassis has the manufacturer logo of a circle with VSM inside and MADE IN ITALY under the circle.

DOES ANY OF YOU KNOW T...

Published in VSM
Thursday, 03 September 2015 18:12

LIMA MODELS OVAL VW V2

Version V2 of the LIMA MODELS Oval VW is a variegated light blue and white plastic body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood and door seams. Molded front and rear bumpers, round horn grilles, VW hood emblem, trim and handle and taillights. Rear oval window is open with 15 air louvers. No chassis and plastic pillars hold the metal axles and plastic wheels with pointe...

Published in LIMA MODELS
Tuesday, 25 August 2015 15:37

ANANIAS ANANIADES AA124 SPLIT VW

For so many years, a Vintage VW toy representing a multi-colored tin plate lithographed Split Window Volkswagen has been a mystery among the Vintage VW model and toy collectors. Besides it looking like a German HUKI (HUbert KIenberger) Split VW of the 1940-50s era, the AA124 license plate has always been a question as how does this fit in with the German HUKI? ...

Published in ANANIAS ANANIADES
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 21:36

BLUE-BOW OVAL VW

The BLUE-BOW plastic Oval VW is a crude copy of the BLUE-BOX Oval VW which includes the colorful box as well.

One piece plastic body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window. The headlights have a dab of silver paint. The black plastic chassis with black plastic wheels on metal axles are mounted to the chassis.  The chassis is ma...

Published in BLUE-BOW
Friday, 13 June 2014 17:20

LINDBERG VW BUS

THE LINDBERG LINE was started by Paul Lindberg in the 1930s when he created a line of balsa airplane models and began marketing them by urging dealers to carry the "Complete Lindberg Line." Following the war, Lindberg helped develop injection molded plastic model kits, offering a line of airplanes, boats and cars. In the 1960s, THE LINDBERG LINE launched its MINI-LINDY series of small pla...

Published in LINDBERG
Wednesday, 07 May 2014 23:15

SIKU VW BUS V7

Sieper-Werke (The Sieper Company) was founded in 1921. It was originally a manufacturer of metal tools and cutlery in zamac and aluminum and, later on, ashtrays, badges, medals, belt buckles, and buttons. The factory in Ludenscheid, Germany, was outfitted with new casting molds in 1949 for grating, sandblasting and painting zinc cast goods. The Company was even contracted to make Mercedes...

Published in SIKU BS
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