Displaying items by tag: 42to55mm

RIBEIRINHO VW CONVERTIBLE

RIBEIRINHO was founded in 1905 by José Teixeira in Guimaraes/Portugal. It is unclear what they produced prior to WWII but after the WWII they produced a very large assortment of cheap plastic products such as toys. They manufactured many household appliances and other products. They also copied some...
Published in: RIBEIRINHO CB

ROCO VW BUS V1

ROCO was founded in 1960 by Mr. and Mrs. Roessler after Mr. Roessler recognized that plastic injection moulding (which was quite a new development then) made it possible to manufacture models with greater detail compared to the metal models that were produced at the time. Initially ROCO made Minitan...
Published in: ROCO

ROCO VW BUS V2

ROCO was founded in 1960 by Mr. and Mrs. Roessler after Mr. Roessler recognized that plastic injection moulding (which was quite a new development then) made it possible to manufacture models with greater detail compared to the metal models that were produced at the time. Initially ROCO made Minitan...
Published in: ROCO

RUCH OVAL VW V1

The RUCH toys initially were really kiosk toys, cheap toys sold at newspaper stands. "Ruch" means 'traffic' in Polish. On 17 December 1918, Jan Gebethner and Jakub Mortkowicz, well-known booksellers, established RUCH Polish Society of Rail Book houses. Their company was based on “trafikas”, mod...
Published in: RUCH

RUCH OVAL VW V2

The RUCH toys initially were really kiosk toys, cheap toys sold at newspaper stands. "Ruch" means 'traffic' in Polish. On 17 December 1918, Jan Gebethner and Jakub Mortkowicz, well-known booksellers, established RUCH Polish Society of Rail Book houses. Their company was based on “trafikas”, mod...
Published in: RUCH

SCHUCO OVAL VW

Originally named Spielzeugfirma Schreyer & Co, Nürnberg, Germany, the company changed its name to the more commonly known SCHUCO in 1921 (likely a combination of Schreyer und Company). SCHUCO's first consistent foray into diecast toys was in 1957 when the 1:90 scale 'PICCOLO' series of...
Published in: SCHUCO

SIKU (CLEVER STOLZ) OVAL VW V2

SIKU produced this promotional VW with a plastic body with solid windows and good details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with air louvers. Light impressions of the rear window and louvers. No chassis and the black or white plastic wheels snap onto the body pillars. There is ...
Published in: SIKU

SIKU OVAL VW V3

SIKU produced this promotional VW with a plastic body with solid windows and good details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with air louvers. Light impressions of the rear window and louvers. No chassis and the black or white plastic wheels snap onto the body pillars....
Published in: SIKU

STREAMLUX OVAL VW

Diecast metal body with cut out windows and fair details of front and rear hood and rear oval window with air louvers. Metal chassis with bumpers may or may not be stamped STREAMLUX – AUST. This Oval VW was listed in the STREAMLUX catalog as NO.9 and was perhaps the last diecast car produced by STRE...
Published in: STREAMLUX

UNKNOWN OVAL VW PLASTIC 06

  A somewhat crude plastic body with cut out windows and poor details of front and rear hood, door seams and rear oval window with air louvers. No chassis and the black plastic axles and wheels are attached to the body pillars. Inside on the roof is a round mold mark and HONG KONG....

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