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DIECAST MODEL CAR
Tintin and cars
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Unveiled for the first time on February 16, 1944, in the daily newspaper Le Soir, the superb 1938 convertible model of the Lincoln Zephyr makes a number of significant appearances inThe Seven Crystal Balls, seen in a variety of situations and angles. Created in 1935, the Lincoln Zephyr is considered by specialists to be the first very successful car of the modern industrial era.
Each car has been faithfully reproduced with a high quality finish.
It is presented in a clear Perspex case.
A booklet, in French and English, accompanies the car providing detailed information about the vehicle that inspired Hergé, and the creation of The Seven Crystal Balls adventure and much more!
DIMENSIONS: 20.5 CM X 7 CM X 7 CM