Here is a vintage metal musical collectible car replica of a 1918 Ford with a scotch liquor bottle and shot glasses. The car measures 9 ¼ inches long. It is 4 ¾ inches wide and 10 inches tall to the top of decorative cap. The scotch bottle is 3 11/4 inches deep and is square with a block pattern. The cap is made of plastic and has a lion type face on it with wings. The body of the car is a burgundy metal color and the top is a brushed metal color. The glass scotch bottle sets in the cab of the car. On each side of the car has a double metal bracket between the wheel where the four clear glass shot glasses. The detail of this car is wonderful and I see only one spot inside the bottle box where the metal has lost its color the size of a small pencil eraser. The front license plate reads 1918 and the front grill reads Ford in cursive. The underside of the car has a music box turnkey that plays a song I cannot recognize. If the key is wound and the bottle is lifted up the music plays. I received a question about the age of the Japan sticker. From some research and the age reference for the label from other items I have decided that the sticker is from the sixties or seventies. Trying to determine Japan stickers for age is very difficult as many contradict each other so this is the best I can determine at this time. This piece is in pristine condition and would be a handsome piece for the den, a bar or his man cave.