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VW T1 Van VW SERVICE 1:18

Edition 1:18

VW T1 Van VW SERVICE 1:18

450048400

€99.00

"Since there was a sharp rise in the demand for flexible, multiuse transport vehicles in the early stages of the German economic miracle, Volkswagen started production of the VW Type 2 in 1950. This all-rounder, which was affectionately known as the „VW Bulli“ by its many fans, developed into the outstanding workhorse of the economic upturn in the Germany of the 1950s. Whether as a closed panel van, flatbed truck, bus or deluxe bus in the „Samba“ version, the VW T1 was characterised in all areas of application by its outstanding reliability and versatility. A comprehensive Volkswagen dealer and service network also ensured high levels of customer satisfaction and widespread use of the VW Transporter by small, medium-sized and larger companies. Its likeable and unmistakable design have also contributed to the vehicle‘s cult status today.Following a current trend in the very colorful and diverse VW Bulli fan scene worldwide, Schuco now presents an iconic VW T1 Bus as a lowered and chassis-optimized ""Lowrider Bus""."

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MB L 911 blue 1:18

Edition 1:18

MB L 911 blue 1:18

450044800

€159.00

"In many countries of the Middle East and Africa, it is still in use today and is still regarded there as the symbol of the powerful and reliable Mercedes-Benz truck - the Mercedes-Benz L911, better known as the „Mercedes short truck“. As early as the end of the 1940s, the trend in automobile design became apparent, away from the classic lines with a long engine hood and free-standing fenders - towards the modern pontoon shape. This applied to the development of both passenger cars and trucks. For this reason, the shape of conventional hooded trucks also evolved toward a more modern design similar to the pontoon shape. The Opel Blitz, which was presented as early as 1952, was considered a trendsetter at the time, and several truck manufacturers took its typical appearance as a model. Daimler-Benz AG took account of this development and also of the length and weight restrictions for trucks introduced at the time in favor of freight transport by the German Federal Railroad, and in 1959 introduced the Mercedes-Benz L322 and L327 models, the very successful truck series still known today as the „Kurzhauber“."

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Unimog 406, blue 1:18

Edition 1:18

Unimog 406, blue 1:18

450044400

€109.00

When one talks nowadays about legendary cars such as the VW Beetle, classic Mini, VW Bulli or Porsche 911, any such list should always include the Unimog from Mercedes-Benz. Within Unimog‘s long history, the Mercedes-Benz U 406 represents the classical Unimog for many fans and is now being honoured with a finely detailed Schuco metal model in a collector’s scale of 1:18.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.

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MB Race Trans. MARTINI 1:18

Edition 1:18

MB Race Trans. MARTINI 1:18

450032400

€499.00

In the early days of motor sport, from the beginning of the 20th century to well into the 1930’s, the majority of souped-up racing cars were still transported on their own four wheels from the factories to the famous racetracks of Le Mans, Monza, the Nürburgring or the infamous Targa Florio in Sicily. As the sport began to become professionalised, from about the middle of the 1930’s, the development of special transport vehicles, the so-called racing transporters, began. In the mid-1960’s, Porsche too had two transport vehicles based on the Mercedes-Benz O317 bus chassis built specifically for the needs of its racing division. The two racing transporters were used by the Porsche racing division until the 1980’s and, over the years, were also adapted several times to the design of the corresponding major sponsor. Due to their really quite box-like design, the Porsche racing transporters were soon somewhat mockingly called “furniture vans”. The white painted transporter of the MARTINI Porsche racing team on which our finely detailed Schuco model is based was used from the mid-seventies onwards and replaced its silvercoloured MARTINI Racing predecessor.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.

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