|1961 Lincoln Continental - 1/18 Scale|
A replica of a 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible which, at nearly 15 inches shorter than its predecessor, was advertised as a car that even a woman could parallel park, this amazingly detailed, 1/18 scale, die cast model features a hood that opens to reveal a detailed engine complete with hoses and plug wires; a fully equipped interior with meticulous dash instrumentation, opening doors, and glazed windows; working steering with free-rolling wheels and realistically treaded rubber tires; an opening trunk; an optional-position convertible top; plenty of simulated chrome; authentic Lincoln badging; and more. You even get a 24k gold-plated collector coin and a certificate of authenticity! Measures 11¾" long.
|Everyone Needs Something to Believe In Metal Sign |
Based on the famous W.C. Fields quip (with "I believe I'll have another beer" as the punch line), this high quality, tin sign features a distressed look, measures 12½"x 16", and includes mounting holes.
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