Toy motor car, 'Fairlane Highway Patrol', tinplate / rubber / perspex, made by SM, Japan, c. 1960 A white and black American highway patrol car, with two policemen hanging their guns out of the rear passenger seat windows whilst there are two in the front driving the car. The guns and arms that are outside the car move back and forth as if they are part of a chase. There is a yellow siren/horn printed to the right front of the car and a large badge and emblem to the front hood of the car. Underneath each door has 'PATROL' printed in white and there is yellow detailing to the side of the car. The rear hood of the car has 'Highway Patrol' in large bold writing. Number plate states 'P.217'. The car is mounted onto a perspex stand.
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(Accession num: 85/2562-115)
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