bluee Cond, Great COMPLETE 1970's Set Meccano Yellow, 6 550 Parts 2-4,5-6 Manual 17540xhxr21116-Vintage Construction Toys & Play Sets
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“Complete Set 6, a massive set in very good condition including the box which has been carefully repaired as it had a couple of corners broken. It is now strong and fits well. The polystyrene which is clean is in excellent condition. The set is ready to build most of the models from sets 1 to 6 . (The manufacturer gives instructions for a small number of models which are shown with a motor which it then states is not included.) All 550 parts for Set 6 are included, most are period parts, used, and most are in great condition including the manuals although a few of the items show wear and loss of 'shine' which occurs in time when pieces are used. The box is in good condition but the corners were torn and have now been carefully repaired. Please see photos for what you will be buying. Any items missing have been replaced if possible by similar age parts. If this wasn't possible, a few are modern replacements. The box has been carefully repaired and is strong and clean.”
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Black and Yellow Era
12 + Years
Does not apply
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