CMC CMC144
Mercedes-Benz Racing Transporter Truck diecast model in 1:18 Scale by CMC
CMC144
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Detailed Description

Mercedes-Benz racing car transporter truck LO 2750 1934-38.   Model cars pictured sold separately. CMC M-144








How to Assemble the Engine Hood M-144
 
As is shown in A, the engine hood consists of three individual parts – a top cover and two side panels, which is characteristic of the original LO 2750. You may need to assemble the engine hood yourself. In this case, place the top cover over the engine

compartment first.
               
2.The two panels are side-dependent. Make sure that the slits of their louvers
both open towards the rear, as shown in (C). Then join the double-over edge of one panel with the double-over shoulder of the top cover, as shown in (B).  Repeat the process with the other panel.
               
3.  To fasten the assembled engine hood, use the supplied tweezers to lift the spring latches as shown in (D) . Then lower their hook

prangs into the pockets of the side panels. There are four such latches.
               

 

The 3 hood pieces








PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The classic Silver Arrows Mercedes-Benz forever remain highly respected icons of the 1930s. Race cars like the W25, the W125, W154 and the 
W165, but also drivers such as Manfred von Brauchitsch, Rudolf Caracciola and Hermann Lang were at that time in the international racing scene in front. Not quite as prominent, but also strong formative influence on the public image were the racing car carriers. Where the blue truck with the "Mercedes-Benz racing department" appeared, they underlined the impressive commitment to competition of the brand. The replica of a racing transporter of the 1930s, the Mercedes has kindly provided us with CMC, serves as a template for the development and reproduction of the miniature.

The Mercedes-Benz racing car transporter with its 65 hp diesel engine wore in the 1930s their part to the success of the Silver Arrows at by bringing the cars in time for the Grand Prix routes, the supply chain ensured from the work and served as workshop trolley. Sometimes they were also the presentation vehicle. After great successes, they were pulled down with planning the victorious Silver Arrows to the enthusiastic audience. To major races a regular van fleet was in use - but survived, none of the vehicles. The more it is to be an incentive for us to revive in the form of an authentic replica of CMC high-end model, these historic transporters of Mercedes Silver Arrows.



 

 



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