Minichamps - Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Convertible Coupe 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Convertible 1929 Red Alternative version MIN437150431 Black With just 6 examples built, each subtly different, the Torpedo Convertible Coupe by Murphy was one of the rarest bodies on a Duesenberg chassis and is the most desirable today. The red car is modelled on the car as it resided in the Blackhawk Museum for many years and starts a series of models from this famous collection. The top body surfaces are polished aluminium on the rear of the car, rather than painted silver as seen here, but the rest of the decoration looks very good. The black and silver model is based on the same parts and so has some of the Blackhawk machine’s unique details such as the steps on the tops of the rear fenders. We know that the car was restored in the 1970s, was the back and silver the original colour scheme?
One of the market leaders in die-cast models. Good shapes, excellent paint and decoration. 1:43rds are kerbside while 1:18ths usually have plenty of opening parts and detail. Also an increasing number of 1:43 resincast models. Made in China.
Duesenberg Model J Torpedo Convertible Coupe model by Minichamps
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