Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Mercedes W154 Streamliner 1939 Both Mercedes and Auto Union used modified versions of their Grand Prix machines for record breaking during the 1930s and the Class D times set by Carracciola in this machine at Dessau were to be the last records set on German soil before the outbreak of war. It is, arguably, the best looking of all of the streamlined ‘silver arrows’ and the shape is very well replicated here. The panel engraving is all nice and crisp and a satin silver paint finish is used to represent the bare aluminium of the original. As with all German racers of the era, there should be swastikas on the head fairing which are omitted, but otherwise the model looks accurate and is very well priced.
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