Husky : Batmobile
The junior range i still saw in some old warehouses all the way up to 1986, a few years after Corgi had gone. They aren't my personal favourites either, although i do own them. The early juniors set were made by Husky (a division of Corgi) and the Batmobile and Batboat both had a painted Batman and Robin in them. They were available separately and together. The later Batmobile with whizzwheels contained only an unpainted Batman, whilst the Batboat had none. The Batboat now though was only available in the gift set, whilst the Batcopter and the Batbike (released in 76) were available separately. The junior Batmobile with whizzwheels was made with 2 types of glass, blue and white. The white glass is very very rare.
1966 Husky grey wheels No Towhook - "1002"
Rear axle wheels is made metal (3 pieces : 2 wheels and 1 axle) on some few earlier 1002 Batmobile no tow hook.
They are 1 line in the middle of the symetrical tyre. Inside wheels have relief. Exhaust flame move correctly.
Rear axle wheels is made in plastic (1 piece only) on later 1002 Batmobile tow hook or no tow hook.
They are no line in the middle of the asymetrical tyre. Inside wheels are flat.