Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Model T Woody 1925 Black With much of America not linked by proper roads by the early 20th century, railways were the favoured means of transport, so machines were then needed to get passengers from stations to their accommodation. Enter the Station Wagon, or in more basic form, Depot Hack. It is the latter which is used to describe this Model T-based machine, the chassis fitted with a very functional timber body to seat six people. The shape matches an example of the type which was for sale a couple of years ago and we see a sharp contrast between the gloss black of the Ford parts, and the wood-grain effect on the added body. The gloss on the timber is perhaps a little too deep, but the parts are finely made and we see plenty of delicate grab handles and other small details, all adding up to create a charming and unusual miniature.
Very well finished resincast models. Mostly road cars, though with a few interesting competition subjects. Rapidly establishing themselves as one of the best ranges we see in terms of quality and value for money. Made in China
Ford Model T Woody model by Neo
Black. Released 02/01/18
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