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PRODUCT: Britains Farm Toys Machinery Building ( Farm Toys Machinery Building

DESCRIPTION: A 1:32 scale die-cast plastic model of a farm machinery and equipment building, with two sections and fully filled in sides. Screwdriver and instructions included. Dimensions are 32cm x 29cm x 20cm. Suitable for children aged 3 years upwards.

GOOD POINTS: If you're looking for somewhere to store your Britains Farm Toys collection, then look no further than the Britains Farm Toys Machinery Building, a fantastic 1:32 scale model storage building from the new 2012 Britains range.

The set consists of a large number of decent quality plastic parts which require assembly upon purchase. The building is great fun for your child to construct using the accompanying diagrammed instructions sheet (a small screwdriver is also included to assist in assembling the components), although in our opinion the set is suited more towards older children due to the required comprehension and technicality of the build. 

Upon completion, the model building is generously sized and incredibly authentic in appearance, with green sloping corrugated plastic roof and sides complete with clip-on 'Britains' badges, brown 'timber' frame, realistic stone wall effect, and even guttering and drain pipes! The building's interior is open plan with a central division that creates two roomy bays for storing large Britains model tractors, trailers or farmyard machinery (sold separately).

In our opinion, this is an authentic and fantastically detailed scale replica, which is a very collectible model and makes a brilliant addition to the Britains farmyard range which your child will have great fun building as well as playing with! 

BAD POINTS: Some of the plastic parts are quite flimsy, and so the model may be more suited for use by slightly older children whose play is less rigorous!

PRICE: Approx. £24.99

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