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Meccano-Erector - Super Construction Set, 25 Models, 640+ Parts

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  • This was the most famous Meccano Ltd. model design ever produced, featuring on the cover of a number of Meccano Ltd. publications, and the plans were available as the booklet Meccano Super Models No. 4.

    Instructions for an impressive model which was designed by Eric Taylor. These were first published as a "Midlands Meccano Guild Supermodel". The model stands 7'8" high with the jibs retracted and has a maximum radius of 4'6". All operations are controlled remotely by push button.

    Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the origina modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only.

  • Publications devoted fully or in part to Meccano included from 1916 to 1981, and numerous Special Model Leaflets aimed at serious enthusiasts, on how to construct very large, complex models and machines. Some models use many more parts than an entire Set 10. The original large models from the 1930s model leaflets are called the Meccano Super Models, often popular at Meccano and other exhibitions and sometimes used as nostalgic showpieces by retailers. Modern dedicated publications include: , and the series of instructions. These feature large model instructions and ideas for enthusiasts. There are also a myriad of club-generated periodicals, featuring Meccano content and keeping enthusiasts in touch.

    Instructions for an impressive model which was designed by Eric Taylor. These were first published as a "Midlands Meccano Guild Supermodel". The model stands 7'8" high with the jibs retracted and has a maximum radius of 4'6". All operations are controlled remotely by push button.

    Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the origina modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only.

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    Description:Meccano Super model No. 7.1, 'New Meccano motor Chassis' modelled on Bentley 3.5 litre car. Model has been constructed to a very high standard and is 62 cm in length with a three speed working gear box, eight differential and Meccano electric motor. Model looks stunning in dark blue with gold wheels. List available with all parts that have been used in construction
    Estimate: ***
    Price: ***
    Category: Toys & Models — Building Sets/Leggo/Meccano

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    Meccano Giant Block-Setting Crane (Meccano Super Models No 4)

    Giant Block-setting Crane (i)

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    Arch Two , Area 4
    Meccano Construction Sets (display)

    Publications devoted fully or in part to Meccano included from 1916 to 1981, and numerous Special Model Leaflets aimed at serious enthusiasts, on how to construct very large, complex models and machines. Some models use many more parts than an entire Set 10. The original large models from the 1930s model leaflets are called the Meccano Super Models, often popular at Meccano and other exhibitions and sometimes used as nostalgic showpieces by retailers. Modern dedicated publications include: , and the series of instructions. These feature large model instructions and ideas for enthusiasts. There are also a myriad of club-generated periodicals, featuring Meccano content and keeping enthusiasts in touch.

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