I don't know what model of automobile this is. The gentleman at the Estate Sale called it a" HOF " or HOFBAUER lead crystal glass car. It was made in Germany in the 80's and has the underside frosted to show the details of the car. This piece measures 7 inches long, 3 inches wide and 1 ½ inches high.This piece has no chips or cracks. It's really heavy and good looking from all sides. It will make a great paperweight for practical use, or an excellent display piece. Unless noted otherwise all items are slightly used. We describe and photograph items as accurately as possible. Please feel free to make comments, ask questions, or request further photos before bidding. SHIPPING Buyer pays actual shipping costs plus $2. Handling fee. A $3. Fee for handling is charged to buyers outside the U.S. Insurance is optional and STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. We encourage buyers to purchase shipping insurance for their items. We require buyers to purchase insurance on items over $100.00 Purchases will be shipped within 3 business days of Pay Pal payment or confirmed clearance of payment by cashiers check or money order. Buyers outside of the United States are encouraged to contact us for an estimate on global shipping costs and options before bidding. Please include your city, country and postal or zip code with global shipping inquiries. PAYMENT We prefer PayPal, its fast and secure! We also accept Money Orders, or Cashier's Checks from U.S. buyers, however they must CLEAR prior to shipment. California residences pay sales tax. Purchases outside of the U.S. must be through PayPal. We will send you an invoice within 24 hours of auction's end. Sale is void if payment is not received within 10 days of auctions end . PLEASE WAIT UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED AN INVOICE AND CONFIRMED YOUR SHIP TO ADDRESS TO MAKE YOUR PAYMENT We're glad to respond to any of your questions or concerns, and will try to get back to you within 24 hours. THANKS FOR LOOKING!!
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