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Mini electric land Rover and Caravan that moves at 5MPH for sale with H&H Classics
The Land Rover is powered by a pair of 24 volt electric motors, features forward and reverse gears and a handbrake, can travel at up to 5mph, and reputedly tows well even with a pair of children on board.



LONDON.- An original Toylander kit built in 2012 with folding windscreen and tailgate, built to a very high standard with gentle family use only - the caravan built in 2018 and never used goes on sale with H&H Classics with ‘No Reserve’ at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford on October 16.

Passion for the Land Rover tends to be a family affair, so what child brought up on the delights of everybody's favourite 4x4 wouldn't treasure one of his or her own. This lot would be the perfect Christmas present, comprising not only an immaculate and charmingly-detailed toy Land Rover but a truly splendid caravan to match - the ensemble's even liveried in genuine Land Rover colours.

The Land Rover itself was created from a Toylander kit in 2012 and fully renovated this year, while the caravan is only a year old and yet to be used. It boasts 1250mm of headroom, a play kitchen, bench seats, and a table which lowers to form a bed.

The Land Rover is powered by a pair of 24 volt electric motors, features forward and reverse gears and a handbrake, can travel at up to 5mph, and reputedly tows well even with a pair of children on board.

A CHILDREN’S CLASSIC!
Few of us can afford a Bugatti but the company recently revealed one that is a bit more affordable at $33,000. It's a limited edition – just 500 to be made – a children's toy based on the Bugatti Type 35, a car which is considered to be one of the greatest race cars of all time.

Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean built a half-scale replica - nicknamed 'the Baby' - for Ettore's son Roland's fourth birthday and the company ended up building 500 of them from 1927 to 1936. Bugatti has already shown off a prototype version and has now announced the production version called the Baby II.

Bugatti will 3D print just 500 examples of the Baby II and in the three weeks since it was announced at Geneva, all 500 have already been sold out.










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Second Annual 'Inktoberfest' offers fresh-to-market comic art benefiting The Ed Asner Family Center

Dutch artist Saskia Boelsums presents her 'Landscape Photography' at Eduard Planting Gallery

Asian Art Museum raises $100 million

The Portland Art Museum opens the first major survey of the work of Hank Willis Thomas

Exhibition at Mazzoleni London explores works by Hans Hartung and Art Informel

Mini electric land Rover and Caravan that moves at 5MPH for sale with H&H Classics

New collectors helped set the pace at Morphy's lively $2.8M Automobilia & Petroliana Auction




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