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CMC M-023 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Panamericana, 1952

SKU: M-023
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CMC M-023 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Panamericana, 1952 Scale 1:18 The 1952 “Carrera Panamericana” marked the biggest adventure of the year for the Mercedes-Benz racing department, whose performances in this race brought its long, successful history to...

CMC M-023 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Panamericana, 1952 Scale 1:18

The 1952 “Carrera Panamericana” marked the biggest adventure of the year for the Mercedes-Benz racing department, whose performances in this race brought its long, successful history to a new height. Consisting of four cars and a huge crew led by “Alfred Neubauer,” the Mercedes-Benz team flew to Mexico in November 1952. The 300SL was powered by a newly-developed 3.1-litre engine with a maximum output of 177 hp. The race, which lasted five days and covered over 3,000 km, was highly dramatic. When it finally came to an end, Mercedes-Benz 300SL had not only set a new track record but also won a double victory.
This model is an exact replica of Karl Kling’s championship car that bore the starting number 4. Additional characteristics include the green diamond logo on the front fenders and eight pieces of metal bar in front of the windshield. Earlier on the trial runs, a collision with a vulture had smashed its windscreen. The windshield was reinstalled with a reinforcement of metal bars, in case there was a second accident.

Model Description
-Hand-crafted metal precision model
-Authentic and true-to-scale designed „Gullwing”-body
-Fold-up wing doors with turnable vent-windows
-Original colours and logos printed by tampon method
-Detailed 6-cylinder in-line-engine with aggregates and pipes
-The engine is mounted prototypical, inclined to the left by 50°
-Movable engine hood and trunk lid. Engine hood fastened with a real leather belt
-Seats are upholstered with a real textile cover in an attractive check pattern
-Interior-equipment with carpet flocking
-Trunk equipped with two spare-wheels
-Spring-mounted front and rear wheel suspension
-Special features: Model M-023, starting number 4, eight pieces of metal bars with photo-etched ends in front of the windshield. Assembled by hand.

Technical Data (Original Vehicle)
6-cylinder in-line-engine, overhead camshaft
Fuel supply: injection pump
Transmission: 4-speed synchromesh
Maximum output: 177 hp at 5,400 rpm
Displacement: 3,100 ccm
Top speed: 257 km/h
Wheel base: 2,400 mm
Track front: 1,330 mm
Track rear: 1,445 mm

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