German staff car

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Jeffrey Goff
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German staff car

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This is just a piece of fun, 1/5-1/6th radio controlled with lights and disco music, Chinese toy that came on the market 10/15 years ago, tried to get one then but we’re sold out, so when I saw one in its original packaging, controller and charger I bought it, it is modelled on a Mercedes 500/540k although no company logos, all works and in good condition
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Yes I remember those , never got around to buy one though .
Cool looking piece :!:

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Hi Jeff,

Very nice, I haven't seen one for sale for a while, I had one but sold it a few years ago. I was always going to turn into Colonial Hans Von Luck's car which took him all over Europe and Russia.
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Hi Paul, good to hear from you, it is an impressive bit of kit for a kids toy, radio controlled, sound and lights, opening bonnet and doors, Mercedes would not have been happy with a company using its design, its probably why they were only on the market for a short period
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