, and has been well cared for over the years. Fun fact, there is a Neptune on display in Turkey at the Istanbul Toy Museum. Measuring approximately 15" long, 7" tall, and 5 wide, this Neptune tug boat is very clean. It has very strong and beautiful lithography paint colors.
Being of this age, there are some scrapes and dents in the hull as well as other scratches from early play. This boat has the light, the stack, and the cabin roof, all of which o.
Thers of this model lack. The only missing parts here are the commonly absent bumper tires 2 on ea.Aka, what happens when you put 3 D-Cell batteries in the. Battery compartment and gently slide the plastic switch from OFF towards ON. Movement: With its''Shake Bump & Go' or Mystery action, the rotating wheel mechanism on the bottom moves this boat in all directions, should it gently bump into an object, the boat will turn and continue in another direction. Additionally, the wheelhouse/cabin and stack rock left and right while in motion.
Light: The red light atop the cabin shines as brightly as the day it came out of the box. Sound: It has the classic foghorn/tugboat sound. This boat also makes a chugging sound as it moves around. General: It's really pleasing to see this boat in action, its' classic sound and movements are a throwback to times when toys were built to last. Masudaya, also known as Masudaya Modern Toys, Modern Toys, or simply M-T, is a Japanese toy maker founded in 1923 / 1924 (sources vary) in Tokyo, Japan.
The company became known as a leading builder of mechanical and battery operated toys in the post World War II era. Unlike most of their competitors, this company has managed to survive to this day. They normally identify their toys using the M-T, or Modern Toys logo. You will see that designation on this boat. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Electronic, Battery & Wind-Up\Battery Operated\Pre-1970".The seller is "seekingumbreon" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.