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Kirovets K 700, 1:87

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Kirovets K700 to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Kirovets K-700 M with front loader, yellow, 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco presents the Kirovets K-700 M with front loader as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection. 

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Kirovets K-700 T, yellow, 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700. Schuco presents the Kirovets K-700 T tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with functioning front loader in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection. 

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Kirovets K-700A, yellow, 1:32

MAN Renntransporter "Porsche", 1:18

Opel Blitz racing transporter "Porsche" 1:18

The Opel Blitz double-cab articulated truck of the third post-war generation (1960 to 1965) was a further development of the Opel Blitz built between 1952 and 1960, and was designed for a payload of 1.9 tons. Under the much shorter and sloping bonnet
you could expect to find the 70 bhp, 2.6 liter, six-cylinder petrol engine of the Opel Kapitän.

The 'sloping bonnet' Blitz was available in various shapes and sizes, including a pick-up and box van version and a minibus. Furthermore, it was used as a truck tractor unit along with various special superstructures. The Opel Blitz was therefore also used in the world of motor racing to transport cars. Even though it was not suitable for transporting really heavy objects, it was ideal for some lighter-weight racing cars. As a result, the Porsche Racing Team from Stuttgart transformed an Opel Blitz articulated truck into a racing transporter for the safe transportation of three cars at the start of the sixties.

Like all the other service vehicles of the Porsche Racing Team at that time, the Opel Blitz racing transporter was painted in the attractive guards red livery.

Racing cars such as the Porsche 718, the Porsche 904 GTS and the Porsche 906 Carrera were thus transported from the factory in Stuttgart to legendary circuits like Targa Florio in Sicily, Le Mans in France, the renowned Hockenheimring and the Nürburgring.

This famed Opel Blitz 'Porsche' racing transporter is now available from Schuco as a miniature model on a scale of 1:18 in the PRO.R line. This series has become established as a small series model line made of resin that stands for extraordinary and highly sophisticated models. Thanks to this top quality model-making material, it is possible to create extremely rare and exotic model vehicles in perfect quality and with never-before-seen precision.

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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