Presenting Flying Ford AngliaTM!
The front wheels rotate 25 degrees in either direction and can be turned using the steering wheel or by pressing the wheels themselves, allowing the car to travel in a straight line or turn circles (you are in charge of making the Anglia fly!). The car rides on any flat surface, from carpet to slippery tile, thanks to the grippy rubber band "tires" encircling all wheels.
You can manually open the doors, trunk, and hood of the Flying Ford AngliaTM. The open hood (or "bonnet" in the UK) reveals engine details, while the trunk (or "boot") is large enough to accommodate Harry's model suitcases with laser-engraved Hogwarts crest.
Place Harry's suitcases in the trunk, press the front plate, and watch as they are unceremoniously ejected by the angry Anglia!
The Flying Ford AngliaTM DIY wooden model has 246 parts, is rated "middle" difficulty level, and has an estimated assembly time of 6 hours. To assemble, simply remove the pieces from the laser pre-cut boards and snap them together following the detailed, illustrated instructions. Instructions are available in 11 languages.
Estimated time for assembly: 6 hours
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- Veronika G
I used to have one of these vechiles and drove from Perth to Melbourne on dirt roads which we called bull dust it was so fine that it penatrated our suite cases even though the sides of the cases where sealed with tape A long and dry trip. Kind regards Frank Burke .
Or how about a 1957 Chevy or-any style of the Corvette?? Just a thought 💭
I have purchased many of your products which I have learned are far better than your cheaper competitors-I wondering if you have thought about making a gum ball kit which I think would do very well-their are many kinds some are square and some are round ?? Thank you-Bob