Dinky 027d-G Landrover

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This model is the Dinky 027d-G-1 Landrover in Orange. This is a Code 3 repainted model.

The model features no opening parts, all features are cast into the body casting. At the front the headlights and bumper are picked out in silver. The body shows cast bonnet, bonnet hinges and catches, body lines, doors and door hinges, and has the rear tail gate and other features at the rear. The interior is cast into the body casting and features a separate black steering wheel and tan driver. There is a tin metal windscreen surround but no glazing on this model.

All wheels are of the shaped cast metal type - solid one piece cast metal hubs with a separate black "rubber" tyre on a steel domed axle.

There is no base plate on this model. However, the underside of the body casting carries the legend "Land, Rover" on two lines in the centre middle, "Made in England, Dinky Toys, Meccano Ltd" on three lines parallel to the rear axle.

This item was originally issued between 1950 and 1953.

Item: 3605

 


This model is the Dinky 027d-G-1 Landrover in Red. This is a Code 3 repainted model.

The model features no opening parts, all features are cast into the body casting. At the front the headlights and bumper are picked out in silver. The body shows cast bonnet, bonnet hinges and catches, body lines, doors and door hinges, and has the rear tail gate and other features at the rear. The interior is cast into the body casting and features a separate black steering wheel and tan driver. There is a tin metal windscreen surround but no glazing on this model.

All wheels are of the shaped cast metal type - solid one piece cast metal hubs with a separate black "rubber" tyre on a steel domed axle.

There is no base plate on this model. However, the underside of the body casting carries the legend "Land, Rover" on two lines in the centre middle, "Made in England, Dinky Toys, Meccano Ltd" on three lines parallel to the rear axle.

This item was originally issued between 1950 and 1953.

Item: 3598