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Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21
Matchbox 21
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Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
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Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
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Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
 Mathias
Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours
 Mathias
Matchbox 21 pre-prod. colours

The Matchbox Foden Concrete Truck. Fitted with rotating drum driven from the wheels. Shown in the 1969 catalogue. Fitted with Superfast wheels from 1970 this latter version did not have a rotating drum. It was available in yellow & red finish at 1:89 scale. Released as Matchbox 21D in 1968 withdrawn as Matchbox 21D in 1970.

Model features:

rotating drum

Origin:

Made in England

Packaging:

cardboard box, Matchbox type E ( MATCHBOX arched with colour picture ), Matchbox type F ( MATCHBOX straight with colour picture )

Vehicle make:

Foden

Vehicle type:

cement mixer, Concrete Mixer, construction plant

Wheels:

8 wheeler, black plastic wheels with tread, Superfast wheels

Windows:

tinted windows

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  • Thanks to Jean-Marie Colleye
  • Thanks to John Cruickshank
  • Thanks to Mathias