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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by Kaela, Jun 13, 2005.
That's a great video V.C.! Thanks for posting it.
Schuco Akustico 2002
A simplified version of the Examico 4001 with the addition of a working clockwork horn. This example also comes with "Fritz," the driver figure. This is a modern reproduction made by Schuco of the original which was produced from the 1930s to the 1950s.
Nice! I'll give you $5 for it.
Schuco Varianto Cars
Seems like about once a week either the dogs dig up, or rain washing up an old Matchbox or Hot Wheels car out in the yard. Memories from the past. Each time I find one I text both our sons of the find. Sunday it was a red Hot Wheels Corvette. They usually remember them quit well. These toys have been missing for over 25 years now!!! Some close to 30!
Indiana Spot to be more precise!
lol lol He quests for BBQ meat as well.
1933 Century of Progress GMC Greyhound Tram
by Arcade Manufacturing, Freeport, Illinois
Vintage Tonka Fire Truck
Yard Sale Find
1:18 Scale 1931 Ford Model A
1:18 Scale 1946 Ford Sportsman
1:18 scale tin clockwork 1938 BMW 327 by Schuco
Geez, I had one of those long ago. I'll have to look to see if my mother kept it in the garage. I might have blown it up though. :doh:
I have a few items that may be of interest to some. One is a double barrel Daisy BB gun from the forties. Two is an original complete #8 1/2 Erector Set from the forties. This set had the parts to build the Ferris Wheel powered by the genuine reversible electric motor included in the metal box. I also have the original WHAMO wooden slingshot that was the most powerful when I was a kid. Probably the rarest and old toys I still have is a 1946 all aluminum P51 Mustang made in Glendale California. These planes actually flew with a gas engine although not very well and you controlled them with 2 lines that came out of the wing. They were referred to as control line model airplanes but an aluminum one was always rare and expensive in its day. I like old cars and motorcycles as well. i have an old 1938 Buick 4 door sedan that still has its original motor and paint etc. I drove it to breakfast this morning. This is my first post and I don't know how to add pictures.
I ran across this site while looking for info on an old car last week. Its an amazing, interesting site. It seems to have many subjects that I like even if I don't know much about them. The double barrel was made in the early forties with a wooden stock and the bought out again in the fifties or maybe sixties again with a plastic stock. It never sold well as it cost to much back in the forties so is very rare. I never saw one in the real when I was a kid but did hear of a kid that had one.
So it fires double bb blasts?
Darn! I thought it would be a real double barrel.
It was a double barrel BB gun with two triggers to fire one at a time.
I don’t think you would want to fire a double barrel shotgun simultaneously, even a “real” one.