In mint condition with original packaging
|Packaging:||In original sealed box|
The Volkswagen Bulli was the Concept Car at the motor show of Genf in 2011. This beautiful design is made in red metallic with white.
It's a special edition of, and was distributed by Volkswagen Zubehör GmbH from Dreieich Germany.
The doors, trunk lid and hood can open. The mirror housings and door handles are beautifully chrome plated.
A large glass roof provides light and space and a beautiful view of the magnificent Interior. Norev exclusively got the assignment from VW to develop and produce this VW VW Bulli Concept Car because VW knows what Norev is capable of in the model car building.
The evidence is clearly visible on the photos. The model is no longer produced. This is the last. For example, put it next to a T1 or T2, old and new, and see the basic similarities with then and now. It is a jewel!
The popular Audi TT Roadster has been around for quite a few years and still looks young and fruity. Ever driven in it? Do so!
This is the 3rd generation of the design icon TT with his emotional design, dynamic qualities and innovative technology.
Both the outside and the Interior look like a purebred sports car. The engines that this TT can be equipped with, runs up to 310 HP.
The four wheel drive, Quattro called at Audi, underline the driving dynamic qualities of the Audi TT.
To view all facets of the design and implementation well, I have added many pictures. Magnificent in the red, the right colour!
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The packaging is careful and sturdy.
|Member since:||September 22, 2017|
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|United States||$ 90.49|
|United Kingdom||$ 18.10|
|Rest of Europe||$ 18.10|
|Anywhere else||$ 90.49|
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