question for Plasticville afficinadoes

In an antiques mall, I recently found a Green plasticville ambulance. Has the plasticville raised small lettering inside as postwar stuff owns.  I have researched  the palasticville collectors club, and plasticville master index for some Identification.

cant find a green one, just blue, yellow or grey. Will post a photo soon. 

Thanks for any info.

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WOWl a dark blue postwar plasticville ambulance was sold recently for over $312 from esteemed well known Plasticville dealers.  Apparently a rare one that was just produced one year and part of a set of vehicles. There are warnings of re painted fake ones in plasticville land. This authentic one made a collector happy I am sure, not me, my green one was $6. My green one is  Still a mystery!

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Little plastic simple toy, who would of thought! I have never seen a green one at shows or in collectors sites, I have never seen a blue one either other than photos like this.

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This blue plasticville ambulance color was part of Bachman' make and play series , vehicles box of the early sixties, correction, not one year, but ran for two years. I read about that here on the forum. The commuter  bus they had was blue as well.

Maybe my green plasticville ambulance is a factory error one of a kind mistake!

Or could be a well made fake one.

maybe it's worth less than the $6 I paid! Still cool.

I really do like the blue ambulance and the blue bus!  Just out of my league.

i am not a collector, but a played with worn blue one would do. Lol.

 

Leroof posted:

OTTAWA MARC, If the stuff you tossed had a blue ambulance or blue bus, yeah.

if Not, doesn't matter.

It's your junk if you can't use it anyway.... Lol.

good, were no vehicles.

Train parts are starting to merge with VW bug parts in my shop, "way" to much of both.

Ottawa_Marc posted:
Leroof posted:

OTTAWA MARC, If the stuff you tossed had a blue ambulance or blue bus, yeah.

if Not, doesn't matter.

It's your junk if you can't use it anyway.... Lol.

good, were no vehicles.

Train parts are starting to merge with VW bug parts in my shop, "way" to much of both.

This may lead to a 1600cc dual-port 700E Hudson.

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