Giant 1950s robot Gygan up for sale

Giant 1950s robot Gygan up for sale

www.guardian.co.uk
Eight-foot-tall radio-controlled robot capable of responding to voice or light ray commands is to be auctioned in LondonGygan, a giant radio-controlled robot, which more than half a century ago entranced the world by flashing its car headlamp-like eyes, turning its head stiffly from left to right, and shuffling forwards at...
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