Bandai Tin Friction 1952 Ford F6 Mobil Gas Tank Truck 9" Near Mint Cond With Box
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Bandai Tin Friction 1952 Ford F6 Mobil Gas Tank Truck 9" Near Mint Cond With Box:
BANDAI Tin Friction 1952 Ford F6 Mobil Gas Tank Truck 9" Near Mint Cond With Box
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Here is a 9" long tin friction powered 1952 Ford F 6 gasoline tank truck made by Bandai of Japan in the 1950's. Running the Mobilgas Oil Company livery, this outstanding tanker rig is clean as new and innear mintoriginal condition with all parts intact including original factory box and protective tissue covering. It has a strong friction motor with loud motor or siren sound as well. The brilliant white and red finish has a high luster with no dents or dings. Only a few minormanufacturing chipscan be seenon theotherwise pristine finish. Trim all shines age tarnish is all that keeps the truck from being mint. This series of trucks were never made with any plastic windows. Glossy black base has no wear.Five hole metal wheels are all pristine and add a nice realistic touch. Deeply treaded rubber tires are all flawless with no cracks or flat spots.Friction motor runs like new; long, strong and smooth with loud motor or siren sound. Original plastic product delivery hose with metal nozzle and static electricity grounding chain are still intact. Separate tabbed signage on cab doors withFORD scriptlooksawesome. Factory box is still crisp, clean and colorful with no offending odors. One inside lid corner has been repaired with correct cardboard color paper back tape.Original protective tissue insert is still intact. There is a colorful illustration of the tanker at a Mobilgas service station with attendants filling underground storage tanks with fuel. Box bottom still retains it's original Bandai quality control sticker. A magnificentvintage survivor toy truck with a next to nothing starting offer and .............as always.
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