Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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Tuetonic Tuesday: Tiny plastic edition

Today I have a group of tiny plastic cars that I got when I was 7-years old, while on a trip to San Diego to see my cousins and my great-grandmother. I loved these little buggers, and they lived a hard life. As you can see, three of these have A-pillar damage, only the robust G-wagon survived in-tact. These are roughly HO scale in size.

There’s a French Friday teaser on the right.
There’s a French Friday teaser on the right.
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I don’t know how the heck the red one got all melty. I was never a fire-bug.
I don’t know how the heck the red one got all melty. I was never a fire-bug.
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MBX GTI for scale.
MBX GTI for scale.
Rolled the 924!
Rolled the 924!
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It’s a shame we can’t get the G-wagon in it’s 2-door utilitarian form.
It’s a shame we can’t get the G-wagon in it’s 2-door utilitarian form.
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Illustration for article titled Tuetonic Tuesday: Tiny plastic edition
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These are not only models of German cars, but they were made in West Germany. I don’t know what brand these are, or who made them, but I bet one of you does. So, what are these???

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