Playforever Verve Velocita Racing Car Yellow Jacques Edition
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Back in the 70s, F1 racing was a dangerous, high speed game. Cars were fast, drivers were furious and competition was intense. The Velocita collection by Playforever was inspired by the F1 scene of this era. Rubber tyres, stream-lined shapes and vibrant, shiny colours make this one of the coolest cars they have ever made! Its miniature size is perfect for kids, but it looks equally striking on the shelf or mantlepiece too. A real collector's piece. Just like all Playforever products, Velocita Jacques is not only beautifully designed, it is built using the finest quality materials to last a lifetime. A classic heirloom treasure that can be passed on and played with for generations.
Velocita is almost 6" long, a great size for small hands, with a vertical "air intake" that is easy to hold and vroom around.
Playforever is born from the fascination of its creator Julian Meagher for the beauty and magic of classic vehicles. As a child he loved to sneak and snoop around in other people's garages, to observe those cars with elegant shapes and bright insignias.
With a super careful design and an impeccable finish, they manufacture toys with high quality and resistant materials, designed to last a lifetime, which would like big and minis alike, and even future generations, since their models are inspired by classics of automotive design such as the race cars of the 20s, or the sports cars of the 60s.
We love Playforever cars because they are sturdy, kid-friendly AND have super cool designs for grown-up collectors!
- Size: Length 150mm x Width 95mm x Height 70mm
- Material: ABS plastic with high gloss UV coating, polished by hand with care
- Age recommendation: All Bruno cars are 3 plus. This means this product is safety tested and recommended for children that are aged 3 years and above.
Test certificates: CPSIA for the USA and EN71 for Europe. All extensive testing carried out by TUV Hong Kong.
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