Make Your Own Landmark Routemaster

Code: 24223
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£3.95
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Get creative and bring this iconic London landmark to life before your very eyes with this easy to assemble, 66-piece model. You don't need any tools, just your hands, to turn this flatpacked foam-card into a classic London Routemaster double decker bus. Magic! Instructions are included.

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Caution! Not suitable for children under 3 years.  This item contains small parts. Should only be used by children under adult supervision.

  • Product Code: 24223
  • Material: Card,Plastic,Foam
  • Dimensions: Length: 19 cm, Width: 6 cm, Height: 11 cm
  • Diameter: cm
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Customer Reviews (7)
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Review for: Make Your Own Landmark Routemaster
Bought this for my five year old Australian grandson who is double decker bus crazy. Think he may need help in making it but will have lots of fun trying and will be very proud of the result. The quality is really good.
5
Review for: Make Your Own Landmark Routemaster
Bought for a friend from US , an excellent present represents traditional English red bus. He was very pleased.
5
Review for: Make Your Own Landmark Routemaster
Should keep the big kid (my dad) occupied for a bit on Christmas Day!

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