Schuco Akustico Guinness Phone Cards 21
Caterham Super Seven 1/32 scale die cast model
One Caterham Super Seven 1/32 scale model, Great detail on this diecast model. £7.75 GBP *USD $15 *EUR 13. Excluding Postage. Only One Available.
Schuco Akustico 2002
Above Side View of this Great Little Car. You can see the horn button in the centre of its steering wheel
Above is a picture of the Underneath of this car
One Red Schuco Akustico 2002. Made in the U.S.Zone Germany. This car has two working Clockwork motors, One for the drive, and the other for the acoustic mechanism, which is the car horn, the button for this is in the centre of its steering wheel which also turns the front wheels. Also has a working hand brake lever. It does have a few small marks and two small dents but for its age it is very good. All 4 tyres are OK. It does have a key but not a Schuco one. £90 GBP *USD $172 *EUR 134. Excluding Postage. SOLD
Guinness Phone Cards
A Great Set of Eight Guinness Phone Cards 1x £1 2x £2 2x £5 1x £10 2x £20 all depicting various old Guinness Advertising pictures, 8.5 cm x 5.5 cm in size. Card No. 100471 to 100478. All in a Good Condition. £30 GBP *USD $58 *EUR 45. Excluding Postage.
Edwardian Beauties set of 8 phone cards
One set of eight edwardian beauties plastic phone cards, Limited edition Unitel, card numbers UT 0276 to UT 0283 in mint condition. £30 GBP plus postage.
Lledo Promotors Elizabeth Shaw. In mint condition boxed. £6.50 GBP *USD $13 *EUR 10. Excluding Postage. Only One Available.
London Bus Fleet No Plate 1212
One Original London England Bus Fleet No Plate 1212. Press aluminium. A little surface rust around the fixing holes were it was riveted the the buses bodywork and a little bit of London ingrained grime on the back. 7.5 inches x 2.75 inches or 18.5 cm x 6.5 cm. £12 GBP *USD $23 *EUR 18. Excluding Postage.
Bus Plate 1872 Page 24 Just Click the Picture to View
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