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Mercedes-Benz -/8 "Polizei", 1:64

1:64 Edition

Mercedes-Benz -/8 "Polizei", 1:64

€9.95

The Mercedes-Benz /8 was first presented to customers in 1968, where the /8 stands for the presentation year. This saloon with very modern styling superseded the tail-fin model of the Mercedes-Benz range on sale since 1959. As a 200-series model, the vehicle produced 95 PS and reached a top speed of 165 km/h. Up until production was discontinued in 1976, more than 1.8 million of the /8 vehicles were produced. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Mercedes-Benz -/8 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Mercedes-Benz Unimog U406 "Feuerwehr", 1:64

1:64 Edition

Mercedes-Benz Unimog U406 "Feuerwehr", 1:64

€11.95

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. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Unimog U406 "Winterdienst", orange 1:64

1:64 Edition

Unimog U406 "Winterdienst", orange 1:64

€11.95

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. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Unimog U406 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T1 Bus "Polizei", 1:64

1:64 Edition

VW T1 Bus "Polizei", 1:64

€9.95

Since a huge leap in demand for economic and versatile means of transport arose right at an early stage of the German economical miracle, production of the VW type 2 transporter began at Volkswagen in 1950. This all-rounder lovingly called a „VW Bulli“ by its numerous fans rapidly became an outstanding workhorse of the economic upswing in Germany during the 1950s. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this VW T1 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Unimog U406, darkgreen, 1:64

1:64 Edition

Unimog U406, darkgreen, 1:64

€9.95

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. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW Beetle FIRE BRIG.1:64

1:64 Edition

VW Beetle FIRE BRIG.1:64

€9.95

At the behest of the government, the highly gifted automotive engineer Ferdinand Porsche developed the German „people‘s car“ at his design office in Stuttgart from 1934 onwards. With an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine and streamlined body, its design was revolutionary for those times. Later famous globally as the „Beetle“, it became the most successful vehicle in automotive history with more than 22 million units produced.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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