Matchbox Yesteryear: Y10-2-A Mercedes Benz 36-220 (1928)

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This model is the Matchbox Yesteryear Y10-2-A-2 Mercedes Benz 36-220 (1928) in White. It was packed originally in the type D1 or D2 coloured picture style box. It is noted as issue 2+ on the Moyboyz Yesteryear Reference.

The model has two spare wheels. The interior consists of red seats, silver steering wheel and tan dash board.

Body Colour: White
Paint Trim: None
Radiator/Grille: Silver
Wheel Hubs: Silver 24 spoke, riveted axles
Tyres: Black, fine tread
Box Type: no box, should be coloured picture type D1 or D2
Other Comments/Identifying Features: The model has 6 lines of text on its base towards the rear that read "Models of Yesteryear, 1928, Mercedes Benz 36/220, Made in, England, By Lesney". The model number "No. 10" is cast on the base, immediately behind the radiator grille casting. The base is held in place by two machined rivets. The base has two holes cast into the engine/drive train. There is a separate casting for the exhaust system. The Steering wheel has the small centre dot, there is no triangle on the windscreen and the front wheel support is without reinforcement. [refer HERE for explanations.]

Issued between 1963 and 1968, with a stated scale of 1:52.

Item: 2739


This model is the Matchbox Yesteryear Y10-2-A-3 Mercedes Benz 36-220 (1928) in White. It was packed originally in the type D2, D3 or E1 coloured picture style box and type F pink and yellow window box.

The model has ONE spare wheel. The interior consists of red seats, silver steering wheel with dimple and tan dash board.

Body Colour: White
Paint Trim: None
Radiator/Grille: Silver
Wheel Hubs: Silver 24 spoke, riveted axles
Tyres: Black, fine tread
Box Type: no box, should be coloured picture type D2, D3, E1 or pink and yellow window type F
Other Comments/Identifying Features: The model has 6 lines of text on its base towards the rear that read "Models of Yesteryear, 1928, Mercedes Benz 36/220, Made in, England, By Lesney". The model number "No. 10" is cast on the base, immediately behind the radiator grille casting. The base is held in place by two machined rivets. The base has two holes cast into the engine/drive train. There is a separate casting for the exhaust system. The Steering wheel has the small centre dot surrounded by a ring of metal without spokes, there is a triangle on the windscreen and the front wheel support is reinforced. [refer HERE for explanations.]

Issued between 1963 and 1968, with a stated scale of 1:52.

Item: 2738