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Model T at the Service Station Authentic Foundry Cast Iron Mechanical Bank
The Model T (known as the Tin Lizzie or Fabulous Flivver) is in for another repair as depicted by this collectible mechanical coin bank. The first Model T was built on September 27, 1908 in Detroit, Michigan by Henry Ford and was the first automobile mass-produced with completely interchangeable parts marketed to the middle class. This mechanical coin bank features a service attendant giving full service, changing the tires and oil. Your penny is placed in the attendant's oil pan and when a lever on the side is pressed down, the coin passes through a slot and disappears into the floor below. Originally manufactured in Detroit by JE Stevens, this mechanical replica antique coin bank is cast in foundry iron and authentically hand painted. This finely detailed replica coin bank makes a clever mechanical bank gift and a charming automotive collectible.
7"Wx4"Dx7"H. 6 lbs.