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  • #2
    Those are some very nice police and fire models from Majorette.

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    • #3
      Really nice emergency Diecast 🤗🤗🤗

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      • #4
        Majorette is such a tease, great models but not available in the US.

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        • #5
          Fantastic and great to see the matching liveries too.

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          • #6
            I wanna be a fireman in Germany or Switzerland or Austria or other "German-speaking" countries, if only to drive a Mercedes "command sports car" anywhere...

            Speaking of which, which is it? The SLS, the GT-SLS, AMG SLS, AMG (sans "SLS"), or what? Seems nobody selling scale models of the car seem to agree... so, what does Majorette (Simba-Dickie) call that sporty cop car?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by b2young View Post
              I wanna be a fireman in Germany or Switzerland or Austria or other "German-speaking" countries, if only to drive a Mercedes "command sports car" anywhere...

              Speaking of which, which is it? The SLS, the GT-SLS, AMG SLS, AMG (sans "SLS"), or what? Seems nobody selling scale models of the car seem to agree... so, what does Majorette (Simba-Dickie) call that sporty cop car?
              The model Majorette uses here is the Mercedes-Benz AMG-GT

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              • #8
                And b2young , Majorette lets you be a policeman in England, The Netherlands, France and Germany

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Frans View Post
                  And b2young , Majorette lets you be a policeman in England, The Netherlands, France and Germany

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                  And I have MOST of the "country-specific" models, and they almost fill a 56-quart tub all by themselves...but not all the police cars, and only one or two of the AMG-GT (one is in Dubai's Police livery 3-pack--which is unopened, hence my not knowing how the base is marked. The 3-pack doesn't note the models inside in any way other than to list the marques/copyrights.)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by b2young View Post

                    And I have MOST of the "country-specific" models, and they almost fill a 56-quart tub all by themselves...but not all the police cars, and only one or two of the AMG-GT (one is in Dubai's Police livery 3-pack--which is unopened, hence my not knowing how the base is marked. The 3-pack doesn't note the models inside in any way other than to list the marques/copyrights.)
                    From the AMG-GT series i miss the Finnish "Poliisi" one and the Dubai one you mention is a Mercedes-Benz SLS-AMG (to keep it simple )

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Frans View Post

                      From the AMG-GT series i miss the Finnish "Poliisi" one and the Dubai one you mention is a Mercedes-Benz SLS-AMG (to keep it simple )
                      Yeah, keeping it "simple" (laughing at Majorette AND Mercedes Benz, not YOU!)

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by b2young View Post

                        Yeah, keeping it "simple" (laughing at Majorette AND Mercedes Benz, not YOU!)

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