Wind-Up Toys / Models The Big Book of Tin Toys
Smith, Gallagher. This comprehensive and enjoyable reference features hundreds of toy cars from makers around the world. The toys represent cars of the 1900s to the 1970s, with an emphasis on toys produced in Japan during the 1950s and 1960s − the peak period for toy cars made from tin. With over 1,140 photographs and detailed information not previously published, this is the most complete work in the field. 240 pages, 8½"x 11", hardcover. #406577 $49.95
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Corgi Toys Book
Force. Little Corgi cars, trucks, and planes are big collectibles worldwide. Production of these wonderful toys began in England in 1934, and continues today. The history and 128 color photographs are supplemented by detailed descriptions of all the models and their known variations. Even the noncollector will become an enthusiast after reading this lighthearted and informative book. 240 pages, 9"x 6", softcover. #406580 $49.95
James Bond Car Models
Wind-up Tin Car Toys
Fans of James Bond will adore these die cast, 1/36 scale models of wellknown vehicles driven by the notorious spy. These replicas represent famous cars from the films The Living Daylights and The Man with the Golden Gun,, and feature accurate markings, detailed interior and exteriors, working wheels, and more! $ 5" long. 34.95 each
Return to your A: Indy Car Champion − 5½". #406578 $21.95 childhood with these delightful B: Wedding Sedan − 7½". #406579 $21.95 wind-up tin car C: San Francisco Cable Car − 7". #404661 $19.95 toys! Wonderful D: New York Cable Car − 3½". #404662 $19.95 additions to any collection, these hand painted pieces include features like authentic markings, working doors, wind-up engines, and more! Wind-up key included.
Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Fire Engine Manufacturers
McCall. From Abbott & Downing to Zwak, this heavily illustrated book examines hundreds of American manufacturers that designed and built pumpers, ladder trucks, rescue vehicles, and other types of motor fire apparatus. Includes company histories and information on International, Freightliner, Kenworth, Peterbilt, and many others. 304 pages, 1,270 B&W photos, 8½"x 11", softcover.
Fire Department Pin-Up Metal Sign
Featuring a charming pin-up girl ready for any emergency, this vintage looking, highquality metal sign is sure to enhance any space it's in. Includes mounting holes for easy display. 12½"x 16".
Flown by one of the most skilled pilots of WWI, the Fokker DR.1 was made notable by flying ace Manfred von Richthofen, otherwise known as the “Red Baron.” He was credited with 80 air combat victories with his bright red DR.1. Commemorate 100 years of the ace-of-aces death with this 1/48 scale, die cast replica, featuring authentic markings and paint scheme, and a display stand. 6" wingspan. $
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A: Aston Martin V8 #406581 B: AMC Hornet #406582 D
Fokker DR.1 Model
Vintage Fire Engines
D Replicas of early 20th century fire engines, these O scale-compatible Each (1/43), die cast metal models feature textured surfaces, working steering, plastic detail parts, realistic firefighting apparatus, plenty of simulated chrome, free-rolling wheels with treaded tires, and more. Includes a removable display base.
A: 1924 Stutz Model C – Authentic Ford’s Fire Company No. 1 markings. 6¼" long.
B: 1935 Mack Type 75BX – Hanover, 6" long. C: 1938 Ahrens-Fox VC – Shively, Kentucky. 6" long. D: 1925 Ahrens-Fox N-S-4 – Baltimore. 6" long.
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