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Displaying items by tag: Metal
Wednesday, 13 June 2018 22:17

CABRIO VW PEDAL CAR - UNKNOWN-01

This VW Cabrio pedal car was produced in Portugal and the manufacturer is unknown. The VW pedal car is on display in the Museum of Toys located in Portugal. If you have any additional information about the VW pedal car, please let us know.

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Friday, 04 May 2018 23:15

JOGU CABRIO VW PEDAL CAR

The JOGU VW Cabrio is a pedal car made from pressed steel. The two front pedals with long metal bars are connected to and are the drive for the rear wheels. The sitting area of the body is about 200mm X 300mm and the length of the car is 1230mm, 450mm wide or about 1/3.3 scale. The wheels have a metal rim and 8 triangle ope...

Sunday, 18 March 2018 17:51

ICHIMURA OVAL VW

Tin body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with 8 stamped raised air louvers. Tin chassis painted silver or black with tin bumpers and a friction motor and rubber tires with hubcaps. Tin headlights and the chassis is stamped JAPAN. Seldom found.

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Published in ICHIMURA
Tuesday, 26 December 2017 16:22

UNKNOWN OVAL VW METAL 07

A casted metal body with cut out windows. Minor details of the headlights, taillights and front hood. The casting has struts to support the metal wheels and axles.

Published in UNKNOWN OW METAL 00-07
Saturday, 23 December 2017 21:48

PORSCHE V1 KdF Wagen

In 1935, Dr. Ferdinand Porsche had built the first prototype V1 vehicle which was to become the KdF Wagen or Volkswagen Beetle as we know it today. There were two V1 prototypes built known as V1 A model and V1 B model. Both similar but with minor body changes.

Also i...

Published in PORSCHE
Monday, 24 July 2017 03:29

PRÄMETA SPLIT VW V2

In 1946, the PRÄMETA company, located in Cologne, Germany, was founded by Dr. von Soiron and his wife. In the beginning, they mainly produced hinges and pharmaceutical aids, but also bicycle parts! The company acquired the forms of the Eckert & Ziegler Split VW model in 1947. PRÄMETA assigned a com...

Published in PRÄMETA

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 th...

Published in HK HUKI - Small Scale
Monday, 09 January 2017 03:20

CONTI AUTOPISTA SPLIT VW

Giuseppe Conti founded his company Giuseppe Conti & Co. in 1889 in Bollate, near Milan, Italy. He specialized in the production of wooden rocking horses and dolls (known for sparkling eyes of fake diamonds).

In 1946 the cousins Parretti, three railwaymen of the Italian Railways FS (Ferrovie dello Stato), built for themselves a scale model of a locomotive. After showing it to friends...

Published in CONTI
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.

Published in MECLINE
Saturday, 13 August 2016 21:30

TORCK CABRIO VW PEDAL CAR V2

In the last century, the city of Deinze, Belgium, was the Centre of a prosperous toy and baby carriage industry. In 1887, Mr. Leon Van Heuverswyn and Eugène Hagan decided to start a manufacturing workshop for strollers in Deinze. This allowed them to compete very quickly with the renowned English strollers, not only in terms of quality, but also in the pricing as well. In 1898 the Company...

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