Remco Bulldog Army Tank
The Remco Bulldog Army Tank was a military toy produced by the American manufacturer Remco in 1965.

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The Remco Bulldog Army Tank was a popular children’s toy produced during the 1960s. It was battery-operated, and could move forward and in reverse using switches on the back of the tank.

The tank also fired white plastic bullets, and ejected their empty brass casings in a realistic manner through a firing lever. It was originally sold with eight bullets and brass casings, but examples with all these still intact can be difficult to find.

Value of Remco Bulldog Army Tanks

Fully working examples of the Remco Bulldog tank which include all their original parts are fairly rare, and examples still intact in good condition boxes are even rarer.

A working model with a box and no missing parts can sell for between $100 - $400 depending on its condition.

See also

Main article: Remco Industries toys
Main article: Toys
Main article: Models

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