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    Posted 11 years ago

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    What kind of car is this and what is the value, it is in nice shape just a little surface rust. thx ken

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    1. Kalk, 11 years ago
      It believe it was called the X wing or something. It was made in the early to mid 1960s. I think it was a light metallic blue color. It made a great sound if I recall when the front wheel turned.
    2. Kalk, 11 years ago
      Oops now that I think on it.. It was called The V-RROOM X-15 by Mattel
    3. ricecollectables, 11 years ago
      Have one just like it. My has been painted but it is still blue underneath. I just posted mine on here last weekend. People where telling me it was an Irish Mail type. Now I have seen two.
    4. Tim Boggs, 11 years ago
      I have a car maybe u can tell me what it is .
    5. LaurenR, 11 years ago
      This is so cool! Would you want to get it restored? I'd love to talk to you more about this!
    6. Gregg, 10 years ago
      This item was called the "X-15" named after the X 15 rocket flown in the 1960's.
      I was given one of these toys a a youngster in 1969. The V-RROOM was the noise that it would make when the red plastic lever was moved to the on position. They were painted a light silver blue. Hope you can restore it! It was a lot of fun!

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