GAMA – ASTON MARTIN DB5

German James Bond 007 Ivory Aston Martin DB5 (25cm / Approximate Scale 1:18) With Repro Box. Inspired By The Bond Film “Goldfinger” 1964. Model Number 4900, Plastic Chassis With Tin Base Plate. Battery And Clockwork Operation (Gama Key Number 3). Instruction Sheet In German And French. Official License By Glidrose Productions & EON Productions. Functions Push Button Ejection Seat, Bullet Proof Shield Crash Bumpers, Retractable Machine Guns (Fire Automatically) Released In Two Different Colors, Gold & Ivory (Offwhite). There Also Exist Red And Yellow Versions, But They Are Without Any Features Except Clockwork Drive (Red) Or Remote Control Batterie Operated (Yellow) And They Are Not Official James Bond Related Editions

German Gama Is The Acronym For Georg Adam Mangold, Who Started The Company In Fürth Bavaria In 1882 Making Tinplate Mechanical Toys. Most Toy Production Up Through World War II And Up Until The Late 1950s Was Lithographed Tinplate. In The Early 1960s, The Company Moved To Plastic Injection, Which Increased The Ability To Reproduce Realistic Detail, But Reduced Durability. Gama Seems To Have Survived At Least Through The Mid-1990s
Gama, Western Germany 1965

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