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CMC M-191 Jaguar C-Type, 1952 British Racing Green

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CMC M-191 Jaguar C-Type, 1952 British Racing Green Scale 1:18 The Jaguar C-Type has a proud racing history and from today’s point of view is the beginning of Jaguar Cars Ltd’s impressive motorsport program. The...

CMC M-191 Jaguar C-Type, 1952 British Racing Green Scale 1:18

The Jaguar C-Type has a proud racing history and from today’s point of view is the beginning of Jaguar Cars Ltd’s impressive motorsport program. The XKC was born out of the idea of William Lyons – not a “sir”at this time yet and his Chief developer William Heynes in the late summer of 1950. The two wanted to give the sporting image of the brand a lasting boost and demonstrate the result to the international audience and potential buyers in the following year in Le Mans. Quod erat demonstrandum! While the drive of the brand new C-Type built on the proven engine of the XK120, its robust, but weighty chassis has been replaced by a very lightweight tubular frame. The Jaguar Cars Ltd. developed three different variants of the C-Type:The first variant were the three “pre-production” racing cars of Le Mans in 1951 – which reached their destination incidentally on their own wheels – equipped with drum brakes, two SU carburetors and eye-catching air outlets on the hood. The second variant was the production vehicles built from 1952 – from chassis number XKC005 to XKC049, also with drum brakes and SU carburetors, but with swept air outlets on the hood. The last evolution of the C-Type were the factory race cars 1953, which differed from the customer XKC but in some features: The revised engines showed three Weber double carburetor type 40DCO3, the body was handmade using very thin alloy sheet-metal, even an airborne rubber fuel tank was used. Jaguar installed Dunlop disc brakes and a servo amplifier for brake pressure support for the first time. For improved road holding in Le Mans, the rear axle got an additional support and the front axle got a stronger anti-roll bar. The reward of their work invested: Game, set and victory. On June 14, 1953 at 16:00 the Jaguar Boys had their job done. The Jaguar C-types literally rolled down their competitors, with first, second and fourth place finishes.

Model Description
-Metal precision model hand-built from 1,155 parts
-Flip-open and lockable engine hood
-Realistic replica of the straight six engine complete with encircling components, pipes and cabling
-Metal exhaust pipes
-Triangular front axle with wishbones, hydraulic shock absorbers, longitudinal
torsion bar suspension, all made of metal
-Rigid rear axle with transverse torsion bar suspension, hydraulic shock absorbers, longitudinal links, all made of metal
-Radiator grille hand-made of stainless steel
-Detailed replication of the cooling system
-Detailed fuel and oil circulation
-Authentically-replicated hinged fuel cap
-Driver´s door openable on realistic-looking hinges
-Upholstered leather-covered driver and passenger seats
-Perfectly crafted wheels with stainless-steel spokes and nipples on alloy rims
-Screw-on central locking nuts with right-/left-handed threads
-Elegant and brilliant finish in original British Racing Green

Technical Data (Original Vehicle)
-Sports car built on a tubular frame
-Body shell made of extra thin alloy sheet metal
-3.4-litre 6-cylinder in-line-engine
-Two valves per cylinder controlled by two overhead camshafts
-Dry sump oil lubrication
-Mixture preparation with two SU 2”-carburettors type H8/9
-Coil/ capacitor ignition, one plug per cylinder
-Four-speed manual gearbox mounted to the engine
• Maximum output: 200 hp at 5,800 rpm
• Displacement: 3,442 cc
• Bore x stroke: 83 x 106 mm
• Top speed: Approx. 230 km/h (depending on ratio)
• Wheelbase: 2,438 mm
• Total length: 3,988 mm
• Total width: 1,638 mm
• Track front/rear: 1,295 / 1,295 mm
• Total height: 1,081 mm
• Curb weight: 970 kg (2102 lb.)


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