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    "Wonka" motorized bicycle created for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. "Wonka" motorized bicycle created for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (Warner Bros., 2005) This quaint red "Wonka" vehicle is based on a modified Velosolex motorized bicycle featuring a small 2-stroke gasoline engine mounted on top of the front fender. Features custom metal skirt-type fenders with the distinctive "Wonka " 'W' painted on the rear. A compartment on top of the rear fender exposes a vacuum-formed simulated paint can with faux paint and paintbrush stuck inside. Measures 63 in. long x 43 in. tall. Created for use when "Wonka's "employees posted advertisements around town for the "Golden Ticket" contest which awarded the winners a tour of the mysterious chocolate factory. In good cosmetic condition (mechanicals untested). Accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios Certificate of Authenticity. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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