KADER Industrial Company Limited, located in North Point, Hong Kong, was founded by Mr. Ting Hsiung-chao in 1948. Mr. H.C. Ting believed that success is built upon diligence and a dictum that nothing short of perfection was acceptable. KADER’s products carried the “OK” logo, a trademark devised by Mr. H.C. Ting to emphasize the reliability and quality all products made by the Company. KADER started as a manufacturer of plastic flashlights.

KADER entered into toys in 1954. By the late 50s to early 60s, the Company already offered a complete line of plastic toys and models. KADER also started manufacturing for major foreign brand names during this time. In the 70s and 80s Kader bought many local and foreign toys brands and over a span of more than 60 years, the small operation has evolved into a multinational conglomerate.

Diecast metal body with cut out windows of a VOLKSWAGEN T1 Kombi Ambulance. A plastic window insert that is clear for the windshield, doors and frosted for the side windows. Details of the door seams, handles, side air vents, headlights and red painted taillights. The body is painted white with a grey roof and silver painted bumpers. Red Cross markings on the roof and sides and a blue light assembly mounted to the roof. The OK VW Van also was produced in black plastic with a silver painted strip around the body and SECURICOR ARMORED VAN lettering. Chassis has a friction motor with plastic wheels that is secured to the chassis with four brass rivets. Chassis is marked with the OK insignia and MADE IN HONG KONG lettering.

  • Manufacturer: OK
  • Scale: 1/33
  • Length: 135mm
  • Production Era: 1961-1970
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Materials: Diecast
  • Color: White, Black

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