This old keychain is apparently advertising the Buick Wildcat II that was produced in 1954. The Wildcat2 had distinctive lines and features not found on the other Wildcats. The convertible is pictured on one side and below the car it reads; Buick Wildcat. The fob incases what appears to be a key blank that is stamped with the letter “A” and the other end has a small knife blade. The back side of the fob has stamped ridges and except for the painted picture panel, the entire piece has a gold/brass color plating. I find no other maker or identification marks on the piece. It has a removable, spring clip key holder attached to it which is marked Germany.
The fob portion measures about 2 1/16" in length by 7/8” at the widest part. The knife blade is about 1 ½” long and the key measures about 1 5/8” long. The length when fully extended is about 5 1/8” long. It is in very nice condition with some minor wear. There is light paint wear, especially on areas of the car. Overall the plating is very good with minimal wear. There is a little pitting on the knife blade.
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Item ID: 19153
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