Racing Car Yonezawa 1950s battery operated Japan made Tin toy vintage from Japan. This is a tin racing car produced by Toyoma Yonezawa toy, a leading Showa maker in Showa. It is a product made in the 1950s. Insert the AA battery, turn on the switch behind the racer and place it on the floor, etc. It will momentarily change direction and move forward.The direction of direction change is random. Whimsical rotation will never get tired no matter how many times you try. In addition, it is also worth seeing that both arms of the racer move back and forth to operate the steering wheel. The details of the racer's costumes and facial expressions, and the chassis on the back of the car body, are carefully drawn, and you can see the high level of design that brings together the technologies of the Showa era.
There is a Yonezawa Toy logo on the back of the body. Although fading and fine scratches with aging can be seen in some places, overall gloss remains and the condition is good.· Size: Length 15.5cm x Width 7cm x Height 9cm. · Manufacturing: Yonezawa Toy / MADE IN JAPAN. · Specifications: Electric (AA batteries x 1). · Remarks: Battery is not attached. North/Central America, Middle East, AU, NZ: 4-6 days.
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This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Tin\Vehicles". The seller is "sunflower-jshop" and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia.