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Toys from the Flateric's past...

flateric

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Oh, these were the times...80s... I can truly say that this set (you couldn't find it easily) was one of the starting points of my interest to aviation.

From www.7682.ru
 

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Tu-22, Yak-28, MiG-25
MiG-21, Tu-128, A-144
M-50, Tu-128, Il-62

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Can't see the size of these models exactly, but they remind me to models of
WW II aircraft, like Bf 109, Fw 190, Spitfire, Mustang and so on, we had here
during the '60s/early '70s. They were the sticks of a kind of lollies ! But you
couldn't see, which type it was, before you ate it and one or two types clearly
outnumbered all the others. So a lot of pocket-money was spent for these
lollies, although they really weren't the best ... ;D
 

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Coooool Russian aviation Toys!!! I would love to have them in my Italian childhood during '70s, it was easy to find American and European aviation models but Russian were so rare...
 

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