Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Sauter-Porsche Bergspyder 1956 Swiss coachbuilder Karl Sauter built two lightweight Porsche-powered Spyders for the 1956 European Hill Climb Championship, one with 4-cam 1500cc power for Heini Walter and the other for Walter’s less-experienced friend Werner Brandli whose car had an 1100cc engine. In original form the cars had a very low nose with small, manually raised headlights, but at some point one has been restored with more conventional lights mounted higher in the front wings. It is the surviving restored car which is depicted here. This new range is distributed by Autocult and the style and quality of the model is very similar to their own production. The shape looks very good, the paintwork is excellent and there are some very delicate fine details.
About Avenue 43
Very well finished, kerbside resincast models. Made in a very similar style to Autocult, who are also the distributor. Numbers very limited, so decide quickly! Made in China for Germany.
Sauter-Porsche Bergspyder model by Avenue 43
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