I thought I couldn't keep you guys waiting for another week.
Firstly the car carrier....
The mirror even has a reflective sticker, a little roof wear proves this toy has been someones toy and played with.
All the vital working bits still function as they were new though some of the paint chips show they have been played with because its a toy so it been put to its primary function which is of course to be played with and enjoyed.
Mercedes Benz 2232 Cab looks like a young driver has hit something over years maybe not stopped quick enough ;-0).
Mercedes Benz 250 more red than shows here green tinted windows purchased 7 to 8 years ago packaged for 3$ NZ at bike shop that had them lining the walls, if my budget had been like currently it is would have brought all of the discontinued stock he had, where is that time machine when you need it.
Front view quite mint this is I DLM'd the day I got it.
Citroen SM more orange than this, poor light at night required flash, this was acquired at the same time as the Mercedes 250.
Lamborghini 400GT Espada, one of my all time favorite supercars, again purchased with Mercedes 250 and the Citroen, my budget was only 9 bucks so only 3 travelled home on that road trip the next time I went that way all he had was current Sikus, he sold all to one person Ouch that hurt, if I just didn't have 3 growing boys to support back then.
Chrome bumpers like the Mercedes 250 were as the Citroen has painted bumpers.
3 Siku classic diecast all probably to the same scale whatever that was it doesn't say on them but the fact that they are all made in Germany and you can't say that now.
3 you know my mind by now ;-0).
Car colours a bit better here, hope you approve.
Getting ready to roll out, who says you are too big to play with toys, 52 and I still play with mine.
The only thing about this car carrier purchase I regret is that now I am hooked on old Sikus and I want more cars to load it up with, Yours in all types of small scale diecast old and new Dave H NZ.