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Austro-Daimler Prinz Heinrich 1910

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Austro-Daimler Prinz Heinrich 1910 by fahr(T)raum


This is the first release we’ve seen in a new series made by Autocult for Austrian museum ‘fahr(T)raum’. The museum’s tag line is ‘Milestones in mobility’ and they celebrate, in particular, machines made in what was the Austro-Hungarian region and those of one the areas most famous sons, Dr Porsche. The sporting Austro Daimler, designed for the Prinz Heinrich trials, a popular and prestigious international event of the time, was largely the work of the young engineer, just 25 at the time. The car modelled is the one in the museum, so we have plenty of images to look at for the model. As we would hope, the overall shape matches pretty well and there is some delicate detailing. The drive chains, hidden away beneath bulges in the running boards, are very fine, as are the wire wheels with their realistic balloon tyres. Less so the external gear and brake levers on the driver’s side, which are a little clunky, but if the model is displayed passenger side on there is a very convincing exhaust to enjoy instead. The bonnet appears to be a separate moulding which looks like it might open but is fixed, and the overall finish is on the realistic side of a high gloss.

Description: Austro-Daimler Prinz Heinrich 1910
Catalogue#: FAH43006
Product Type: Resincast
Scale: 1:43
Event: Road
Colour: -
Drivers: -
Sponsors: -
Dates: 1910
Race/Position: -
Release Date: December 2017
Weight: 325 grams
Comments: White. Released 06/12/17

About fahr(T)raum

Well finished resincast miniatures made for the Austrian museum of the same name. Production often by Autocult and subjects concentrate on the Austro-Hungarian empire's rich history in the early days of motoring. A certain Dr Porsche's involvement often features. Made in China for Austria.

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