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Old Auburn Rubber Airport Station Wagon Toy Car
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This item is already soldOld Auburn Rubber Airport Station Wagon Toy Car
Rubber   Airport   Taxi   Station Wagon   Toy   Car   Auto   Automobile   Automotive   Transportation   Nostalgic
The picture shows two views of this Old Auburn Rubber Airport Station Wagon Toy Car. The car is not dated but it is old. There is no makers name but it is believed to be by Auburn Rubber. It was purchased with other old Auburn Rubber cars. The make and model of the car are unknown. The car is made of blue rubber with silver painted areas, yellow plastic wheels, and metal axles.

The car has people in each of the side windows, an ''AIRPORT'' sign on top, ''504'' on the license plate, shields with wings on the sides, a hood ornament, and a roof rack on the top. It is marked ''MADE IN U.S.A.''. The car measures 7-1/4'' long. It appears to be in good used condition as pictured, but it could use a good cleaning, especially in the crevices in the bottom.

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Old Auburn Rubber Airport Station Wagon Toy Car


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