My price includes postage and packing within the UK, items usually being despatched within 48 hours of receipt of funds. I am happy to send items abroad but buyers from overseas should contact me for shipping costs and make an additional payment. Buyers are liable for import taxes in their own country where appropriate.
These are photos of the actual model you are buying. Remember that these toys are around 50 years old! All models advertised are original, not restored or repainted unless I have stated otherwise.
Very similar to the European Police car but in orange instead of green and it should have an East African Safari sticker on the bonnet and a rhinoceros in the box.
This one lacks the sticker but is none the worse for that. It is almost unmarked and is a close to mint condition as you’re likely to find outside a shop of unopened boxes. I have now added a good rhino that is probably a reproduction.
These models had the excellent steering mechanism so you could direct them using the device on the roof which, in this instance, is a spare wheel. Much easier to grip than the Police lamp and, whilst not really that realistic (I mean have you ever seen a spare wheel on the roof of a Beetle?) It is a huge advance on the silly plastic cylinder on the A60 and I shall not even mention what they did with the Beetle later in its life, thankfully well after my era of stock and interest!
Note that there are two variants: this comes in LHD and RHD but with the same model number.