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Displaying items by tag: 56to85mm
Monday, 02 September 2019 20:16

OMO VW BUS

OMO is a synthetic washing powder brand of Unilever, which was introduced in The Netherlands in 1952. OMO, like many other brands, included plastic toys with their detergents as promotional items to boost loyalty. The toys featured here were most probably only used in The Netherlands as promotional items.

A soft plastic body in the shape of a VW COMBI Bus with solid windows and details ...

Published in OMO BS
Monday, 02 September 2019 20:12

OMO OVAL VW

OMO is a synthetic washing powder brand of Unilever, which was introduced in The Netherlands in 1952. OMO, like many other brands, included plastic toys with their detergents as promotional items to boost loyalty. The toys featured here were most probably only used in The Netherlands as promotional items.

A soft plastic body in the shape of an Oval Window VW Sedan that has solid windows...

Published in OMO OW
Monday, 15 July 2019 02:19

SIKU LOWLIGHT KARMANN GHIA VW CABRIO

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-Benz'...

Published in SIKU
Monday, 15 July 2019 01:30

SIKU LOWLIGHT KARMANN GHIA VW COUPE

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-Benz'...

Published in SIKU
Tuesday, 09 July 2019 03:59

M. CABICAR VW BUS

Not much is known of the producer of this toy. It is made in Poland, the name Cabicar is a family name and Wieliczka is a city near Krakow.

A two-piece plastic VW Transporter Bus with cut out windows. The top section is not detailed nor is the lower section detailed either. There are no seam lines, headlights, taillights, bumpers or front VW emblem. The lower section forms the chassis w...

Published in M. CABICAR
Thursday, 04 July 2019 00:41

NFIC - NATIONAL VW BUS V2

NFIC, located in Hong Kong, was one of the many producers of plastic toys. They also offered cheap small-scale toys under the label of National Toys, which were mainly copies of Matchbox toys. There were 36 cars in the National Miniature Car Series, including the VW BUS "Camping Car," No. 3120.

Hard plastic model of the VW BUS with crude detail and no bumpers. Two-piece plastic body wit...

Published in NFIC
Sunday, 30 June 2019 01:15

HAMMER LOWLIGHT KARMANN GHIA

The HAMMER Company was founded by Arthur Hammer in Lüdenscheid, Germany, in 1937 and produced tools for manufacturing thermo and duroplast materials. In 1950, they bought an injection mold machine and started producing small plastic toys.

The HAMMER Lowlight Karmann Ghia was made of hard plastic, and consisted of body, roof, clear windows, and snap-on plastic wheels. The body and roof ...

Published in HAMMER
Tuesday, 07 May 2019 23:44

UNKNOWN SPLIT VW GLASS 07

This glass Split Window Volkswagen was a Christmas tree decoration. Blue and silver color, a dab of red paint for the taillights and very fragile. Similar to UNKNOWN SPLIT VW GLASS 02 except this one has a longer rear section for the metal holder.

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Published in UNKNOWN GLASS 00-07
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 21:45

WIKING SPLIT VW LARGE SCALE PROTOTYPE

WIKING was founded by Friedrich Karl Peltzer in 1932. WIKING's beginnings were in producing ship models in 1:1,250 scale. Before and during World War II these models, made of lead based zamac, were used by the German military for training purposes. They were usually marked "WM" on their bases. Before starting production of model cars, ships, planes, etc., WIKING produced prototypes and con...

Sunday, 13 January 2019 19:16

McGREGOR VW BUS

A Transporter VW Bus with cut out windows. Details include door seams, side air louvers, taillights and engine compartment lid. The front VW logo, headlights and bumpers are painted silver. Plastic chassis with plastic wheels on metal axles are glued to the body. The chassis is marked McGREGOR only without any number. It is a copy of the CH TOYS - TLC PLASTIC TOYS VW BUS, which was produce...

Published in McGREGOR
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