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This model is the Dyna-Mo R.61 Ford Model T with Touring top in dark grey and black.
The model is a two-piece body molded with representations of the cab and chassis, headlights, wheel arches, and doors on one casting and the touring top on the second. There is no separate interior, although the front and rear seats are cast into the body, or glazing.
There is no baseplate.
All wheels are silver metal with molded representations of 10 spoke hubs and tyres.
The model comes in a plain brown cardboard box. On the face of the box is printed the Dyna-Models logo to the left centre, " "Dyna-Mo" " to the upper right and "Dyna-Model Products Company, 75 South Street, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York" on two lines at the centre bottom. The right end flap has "R.61" to the top left, "HO" to the top right, "Model T Ford 1914 Touring with Top" in the middle centre, and "60c" at the centre bottom. All text is in red lettering. All other sides are plain except for the bottom which reads "Cut plastic windshield to fit, darken edges with ink of paint and glue top and windshield in place, in slots provided". I have assumed from the end flap the original price of the model was $0.60.
This model was issued circa the 1940s or 1950s.