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    Pair of Hubley "Kiddie Toy" Die Cast No. 467 Navy Fighters in the Original Boxes.
    Two Hubley Navy folding-wing fighters, one with blue wings the other with red wings, each with a 7" fuselage and 8.75" wingspan. Each aircraft features retractable landing gear, revolving propeller and folding wings.
    Condition: The blue-winged example is in fine condition in an excellent box; the red-wing version has light wear and some surface rust/discoloration to the fuselage and a bit of paint loss to the wings and the box is missing some closure flaps and is slightly crushed. Both examples are sadly missing their plastic cockpit canopies.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2009
    13th-14th Wednesday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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