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MACK Granite Cement mixer

Article no.: 02814
Size: 66.5 x 18.5 x 27.5 cm
Recommended age: from 4 years upwards
  • Engine bonnet can be opened
  • Cab door opens
  • Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts.
  • Age recommendation starting from 4 years
  • Hinweis zu der Fahrzeug-Kompatibilität (bitte hier klicken)
  • Made by Bruder

MACK Granite Cement mixer

Highlights


drivers cab:
- wind- and rear screen
- folding outside mirror
- engine bonnet can be opened
- doors can be opened

automotive body:
- 2 slip-on outlet plates
- turning mixing barrel
- fender, front panel, bonnet ornament, rear-view mirrors, exhaust pipes, roof lights, fanfares, and frame add-ons with chrome look

chassis:
- tread tyres

Further information:
- Install the Light and Sound Module, item number: 02801 & 02802 (not within the scope of delivery) to enhance your toy

common:
- WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard - small parts.
- Recommended age: suitable from 4 years upwards for playing indoors and outdoors
- manufactured from high-quality plastics such as ABS
- Compatible with figure
- Made by Bruder
- Scale 1:16

Description

The "incredibly" realistic driver's cabin with its doors that can be opened, the tilting engine bonnet, providing a view of the engine block, the foldable rear-view mirrors, and the many add-on accessories, which give the its chrome look, make this truck a true feast for the eyes of every truck fan. The cement mixer barrel (barrel with mixing spiral) can be turned by a fold-out crank handle that is lowered into the "water tank" (dummy). Depending on its direction of rotation, the goods will be loaded into or transported out of the barrel. The chutes attached to the sides of the assembly can be slipped over the rear concrete chute. To expand the play options, you can attach a rake blade (Item No. 02573), a sweeping machine (Item No. 02577) or a cable winch (assortment Item No. 02008) (not included) to the receiver on the MACK Granite's fender.

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