Maybach Zeppelin 1932 White/Black by Minichamps
On their description of this subject, Minichamps tell us that the Maybach 12 was the first production twelve-cylinder car when launched in 1929. Not quite, Daimler’s Double-Six beat them by three years and Packard’s Twin-Six was a decade earlier still! There’s no denying that the Maybach Zeppelin was an impressive machine though, the name of the car coming from the airships for which the company provided the engines. The car modelled is an open limousine with coachwork by Spohn and we see a middle row of occasional seats in the folded position. The overall finish of the model is very good and it is presented in a large display case.
|Description: ||Maybach Zeppelin 1932 White/Black |
|Catalogue#: ||MIN436039407 |
|Product Type: ||Diecast |
|Scale: ||1:43 |
|Event: ||Road |
|Colour: ||- |
|Drivers: ||- |
|Sponsors: ||- |
|Dates: ||1932 |
|Race/Position: ||- |
|Release Date: ||October 2018 |
|Weight: ||325 grams |
|Comments: ||Two-tone White and Black. |
One of the market leaders in die-cast models. Good shapes, excellent paint and decoration. 1:43rds are kerbside while 1:18ths often have plenty of opening parts with engine and interior detail within. Also an increasing number of 1:43 resincast models. Made in China.