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Schuco Fex could turn somersaults and still land on its wheels
By Eric Bryan In a shopping plaza about 15 miles south of San Francisco, there used to be a store called Hobbyville. It was the only local hobby shop, and carried mostly plastic kits, model rockets and radio-controlled aircraft. But in a back corner was one of those illuminated glass display cases with shelves inside it. On the top edge of the case were buttons which, when pressed