DIECAST MODELS,REPLICAS,TOYS,COLLECTIBLES
Maserati 250F, 1957
Audi 920, 1938-1940
Audi Tradition Model Series No:1

As opposed to its predecessor the Audi Front, the 920 was fitted with a
rear axle drive.

War II hadn’t put an end to the success. The production had to be War II
hadn’t put an end to the success. The production had to be reduced
severely and eventually stopped completely in April 1940: The end of a
famous brand that could celebrate a considerable come-back almost 30
years later.
almost 30 years later.




Technical data of the original vehicle:
• 6-cylinder in-line-engine
• Rear-axle drive
• Displacement: 3.281 cm3
• Topspeed: 130 km/h
• Consumption: 16 litres/100 km
• Wheel Base: 3.100 mm
• Total numbers: 1.281 (therefrom 818 cabriolets)

  • Precisely worked radiator grill with individual louvers of
    photo etched pieces
  • Partitioned windscreen with profiled metal rim
  • Mulit-part outer mirror of metal
  • Engine compartments ventilation louvers of metalus
    Metall  
  • Handmounted precision model of 399 parts
  • Captivating dual colour painting
  • Detailed under body group

  • Wheel hub cap of press-formed metal
  • Wheel rims of steel with hand inserted metal valve   
      
  • Back supports of front seats can be foldet
    forward
  • Steering wheel with three point supports
    each of four radiating and joined photo-
    etched spokes   Doors and trunk deck can
    be opened
  • runk and interior floors with carpeted,
    carpet for interior with leather imitation
    edges
       
        
  • Seats of real leather
  • Dashboard of wood imitation
  • Window frames of photo-etched pieces

     
  • Fenders of formed metal
  • Folding top of real textile (not movable)  
  • Hinged engine hood can be opened
  • A high level of details at the engine
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HANDMADE CLASSIC MODEL CAR  REPLICA- SUPERBLY DETAILED
Horch 853, 1937 Audi
Series No:1
Mercedes-Benz
W25, 1937
Wanderer W 25 K,
1936
 
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