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Description: Ambi Mini Racer Recalled by Toy Importers NEWS from CPSC U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Office of Information and Public Affairs Washington, DC 20207 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 03, 1987 Release # 87-006 Toy Importers Initiate Limited Recall of An Ambi Mini Racer WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Playspaces International, Sudbury, Massachusetts, and U.S. Toy Company Inc., Grandview, Missouri, announced a voluntary limited recall from consumers of the yellow plastic hat from the "driver" of a toy car called Ambi Mini Racer, Model E666. The hat is a small part which could present a choking hazard to children younger than three. Consumers are offered an incentive of a $1.00 premium to return the hat to the retail store where the Mini Racer was purchased. Since January 1984, Playspaces International has distributed nationwide approximately 6,800 of the mini racers. During the same period U.S. Toy Company has distributed 905 of the Mini Racers sold only through their Catalog or in one of their own U.S. Toy retail outlets in California, Illinois, Kansas and Texas. Mini Racer sells at retail for approximately $12.00. Consumers should remove this hat from the Ambi Mini Racer immediately and return it to the retail store where purchased for the $1.00 premium. The CPSC is not aware of any report of deaths or injuries involving this toy. For further information, consumers may call Playspaces International at 617-443-7146, U.S. Toy Company Inc. at 816-761-5900 or the CPSC toll-free hotline number at 800-638-CPSC. A teletypewriter number for the hearing impaired is (301) 595-7054. [Learn More]

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Recall Date02/03/1987
Recall ID4682
Recall Number87006
Product TypeToy Cars
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