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Bruder MB Arocs Halfpipe Dump Truck.

The T8040 really represents the state of the art as far as large-scale tractors from New Holland are concerned. Bruder have equipped this model for the very first time with a fully glazed cabin and the cabin door can be opened. A special feature of the model is the perfect imitation of the unique Super-Steer; steering capability. In effect, Super-Steer means that the steering capability not only controls the front wheel steering knuckles but also the front axle. This means that a large tractor of this type has a very small turning radius. Like the original, the model also excels in steerage and manoeuvrability. Thanks to the unique play value and steering design, based on the extension of the steering wheel which extends through the cabins sliding roof. Children can make use of the simple to use tractor steering capability, despite the total glazing of the cabin. Sturdy construction and built to last and 1:16 scale model. Just like the real thing with detailed finish. For ages 3 years and over. Size H46, W17.5, D20.5cm. WARNING(S): Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Only for domestic use. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult. This toy does not provide protection.

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Brand: Bruder
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UPC/EAN/GTIN: 4001702030216

Product Category: Toys: Toy cars trains boats and planes
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Current price: £45.99

Most recent price change was on
Friday 29 September 2017

Was £56.99
Down by 19%
Saving £11.00

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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Thursday 1 October 2015. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £39.99 (first seen on Wednesday 2 December 2015) and the highest price it has sold for is £56.99 (first seen on Saturday 29 July 2017).

The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £45.99.

This product has changed price six times since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 1.

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