You are only bidding on the item mentioned in the titleHere I have for auction a Beautiful and RARE !!.... 3 - Plasticville Vintage 1950's Cars Bachmann Bros. O Scale / Gauge They measure approx 3 3/4" long bumper to bumper Two Styles of Cars!
There are two different molds that Bachmann used to create these automobiles. The different types are easily distinguished by the presence of a hood ornament. automobile without the hood ornament and automobile with the hood ornament It is unknown which colors of these autos came in the different styles. Another way to tell the difference between Plasticville autos and a different manufacturer is to look on the underside of the vehicle. All Plasticville vehicles are inscribed PLASTICVILLE U.S.A. AND HAVE A NUMBER UNDER THE ROOF These cars are ( Yellow - 0 , Green - 7 and Blue - 12 ) and all have the Hood Ornament. The most difficult color to find is the DARK BLUE of any vehicle. Also hard is the ORANGE color and the BLACK automobile. IDEA GIFT FOR THE BACHMANN PLASTICVILLE O S Ga. TRAIN COLLECTOR PUT ON YOUR LAYOUT OR IN YOUR COLLECTION.
( PLEASE SEE SCANS FOR CONDITION ) Extra secure shipping. I do Combine S&H Costs So Check My other Auctions. A Very Rare display piece of Memorabilia & Collectible. With a Extremely low opening bid , 4 .95 S&H ~~ INCLUDES DELIVERY CONFIRMATION In USA ~~ Insurance Extra - Canada 2.00 Extra / International Extra ~ U.S. FUNDS ONLY ~ PLEASE EMAIL ME TO CONFIRM RECEIPT OF YOUR INVOICE OR DO PAYPAL OR EBAY CHECKOUT ASAP , SO I CAN HAVE YOUR SHIPMENT READY TO GO. Thanks! and Good Luck !! Some info I got online PLASTICVILLE VEHICLE ASSORTMENTS - V-6 , V-10, 1802 , 45987 (current issue)
It wasn’t until 1954 that the citizens of the "Plastic Village" had the means to get around town. That was the year that Bachmann came out with the V-10 Vehicle Assortment. The V-6 followed two years later. Bachmann would never issue the vehicles contained in these assortments separately. The only way to obtain them was by purchasing these assortments, or getting them in the "Master Units," or selected individual kits.The problem with these assortments is the box, which was very flimsy. These were the only boxes that were issued that had an open front displaying the contents behind a clear cellophane wrapper. This wrapper is easily lost and the boxes are easily crushed. People just didn’t properly care for these items, which is why it is so hard to locate an intact box today, especially one that has the clear cellophane front.The following colors were issued for these vehicles: Jet Airplanes: SILVER
Automobiles: RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, GREEN , DARK GREEN, PASTEL BLUE , GRAY BLUE, TURQUOISE, DARK BLUE, AQUA, BLACK
Fire Trucks: RED Ambulances: ORANGE, GRAY, DARK BLUE Buses: ORANGE, GRAY, DARK BLUE
Listed below are the contents of the individual assortments.
The V-6 Assortment: 1. Fire Pumper Truck 2. Fire Ladder Truck 3. Ambulance 4. Bus 5. Automobile (2 each)
The V-10 Assortment: 1. Jet Bomber 2. Jet Fighter 3. Fire Pumper Truck 4. Fire Ladder Truck 5. Ambulance 6. Bus 7. Automobile (4 each)
Two Styles of Cars! - There are two different molds that Bachmann used to create these automobiles. The different types are easily distinguished by the presence of a hood ornament. Shown to the far left is an automobile without the hood ornament, to its right, is one that has the ornament.It is unknown which colors of these autos came in the different styles.Another way to tell the difference between Plasticville autos and a different manufacturer is to look on the underside of the vehicle. All Plasticville vehicles are inscribed
The most difficult color to find is the DARK BLUE of any vehicle. Also hard is the ORANGE color and the BLACK automobile.
The Dark Blue Bus - This is the most difficult of the vehicles to find. It is believed to have originated in the Lionel Highway Set No. 955 and the Lionel Vehicle Set No. 958 that was made under ...
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