This little marvel was made by hand. The details are impressive, but it is more of a sculpture than an exact replica in miniature. That makes it even cooler, actually. Metal throughout, it is painted blue and black and silver…with a bit of red for the fender lights. We suspect it was made in the 1950s, or around that era; it is quite old, yet 100% structurally sound, and ready to be a conversation piece for many decades to come. The only markings are the number “15” handwritten on the bottom. Clearly made with care!
8" L x 3.5" x 6" H
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