Matchbox Models of Yesteryear 1920 Model AC Mack Y30
Box Description: Designed in 1914, the thoroughly tested Mack was in full production by January 1916. Used by the Allies during World War I it lived up to its nickname the 'Bull Dog Mack' given by the British when they saw its appearance and rugged qualities. Further development after the war enabled Mack to fully share in satisfying the demand for lorries as the U.S. Government pushed ahead with its road building programme. The 1920 Mack had a 4 cylinder 7.7 litre engine, a 3 speed gear box and a final drive by rear chains.
This die-cast and plastic model car was made in 1984 and released by Matchbox International Limited after Lesney went bankrupt. The car is approximately 4 inches long and approximately 2 inches tall.
Condition: Berbly Toys does not guarantee mint boxes. For this particular model, the box has damage and wear. There is also torn cardboard due to the removal of a retail sticker. This is a previously owned product. Please make your own judgement about the condition of the model with the pictures provided.