Fake police car - Tintin in America (1945) Tintin captures the gangster by setting up a clever trap in his hotel room. Tintin telephones for police back up. He then accompanies the two (fake) detectives with the gangster to the local police station to help with formalities ... The police car that we can see driving through the streets of Chicago seems to be a four-door sedan produced by the American manufacturer Graham from 1935.
It is called "Six" due to the six cylinders which make up the engine.
Gangsters masquerading as cops give Tintin a lift in this 1/43 scale model of a car from “Tintin in America”.
Collectible - car 10.6 cm long.
|Minimum age||14 years old|
|L x w x h (cm)||14.70 x 6.80 x 5.00|
|L x w x h (cm) box||15.00 x 7.00 x 7.00|