Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Delahaye 163D Tour de France 1959 Rizla We usually associate Delahaye with luxurious cars but they were also manufacturers of commercial vehicles with a specific interest in fire engines! This rather unusual promotional vehicle was used on the Tour de France cycle race in 1959 and the unique body is believed to have been created in Belgium. The large intakes on either side above the cab and similar on the rear are actually for loud speakers and the van would announce the arrival of the race in various towns while staff would hand out packets of cigarette papers and other promotional material from a shutter at the rear. Itís a fabulous looking machine and great fun which is, after all, what hobbies such as model collecting are supposed to be about.
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Range name reborn under the ownership of Norev, producing very well finished resin die-cast models of design studies and concept cars. Last stocks of accurate, easy to build resin kits with fine photetched parts. Ideal as a first 1:43 kit, equally popular with experienced modellers. Made in France.
Delahaye 163D model by Provence Moulage
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