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Schuco Elektro Radiant 5600 (1957-1968)


One of the most complicated toys ever made by any maker. This is a model of the first turbo-prop in commercial service, the Vickers Viscount. Schuco made these fabulous tinplate airliners in several liveries. We have ‘em from KLM, “The Flying Dutchman,” obviously. Complicated and fascinating… Takes two batteries, and one can start the engines, where it starts them one at a time in sequence, just as in real life, and when they’re all spinning, then they’ll rev up for the roll out, either in a straight line, or in a circle. Then, at the end of the taxi, the four motors shut down, one at a time. Or, you can use the remote cable, and steer the plane anyway you want. Truly magnificent! 19” wingspan, 16 ½” length, weighs 32 oz

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