M-142 CMC Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS, 1930 Clear Finish Ed. Scale 1:18
The achievements of the 6C 1750 under pinned the sporty image of Alfa Romeo at the beginning of the 1930s. As the most successful model of this series, the Gran Sport was so named in 1930 to distinguish it from the 1929 supercharged super car.
We would like to present to you a very special clear-finish version of the 6C 1750 Gran Sport for a limited edition of 1,000 pieces worldwide only. Upon seeing this replica, one will realize again that a miniature can be captivating without a coat of painting and it can light up faces like never before. The sophisticated craftsmanship and the use of choice materials underlying the exceptional quality of this CMC-made model as a collector's item are now laid bare to the fascination of naked eyes.
The body of the replica is sealed with a clear coat to protect the body surface from the natural effects of aging, discoloration, and erosion.
-Hand-assembled precision metal model with right-hand drive, built from 1,800 single parts, of which 1,311 are made of metal
-True-to-scale, authentic replication of the Spyder body customized by the renowned coach builder Zagato
-Metal framing of multiple body parts
-Highly detailed 6-cylinder in-line engine, complete with all aggregates, pipes and cabling in addition to a front-mounted Roots supercharger and accessories
-Distinctive Alfa Romeo front end with the famous triple-headlight unit.
-Headlights fitted with mesh guards against stone-chip damages. The red caps are removable
-Double-winged engine hood that opens to rest on metal studs
-Finely-woven metal grille to protect the radiator fins
-Windshield with a semi-fixed metal mounting-frame
-Functional doors mounted on finely-recreated hinges
-One lateral filler of the oil tank located within the cockpit, and one rear filler of the fuel tank made of stainless steel, each with a flip-open cap
-Luggage space with a functional lid behind the folded textile top
-Highly-detailed cockpit with upholstered leather seats and door trimmings
-Precise recreation of the dashboard with all instruments and controls
-Functional brackets for holding the two spare wheels. Loosening a tommy screw releases the spare wheels
-Perfectly-wired wheels with a light alloy rim, stainless steel spokes and nipples
-Unscrew the central locking nuts (with side-dependent right- and left-hand threads) to remove the wheels
-Elaborate undercarriage, which reveals a “cast metal” type of front/rear axles as well as the fine detailing of the mechanical brake riggings, leaf springs, and friction-shock absorbers, all being made of metal
Technical Data (Original Vehicle)
-Two-seater Spyder with a Zagato light-alloy body
-Steel box frame
-6-cylinder in-line engine with dual overhead camshafts
-Crankcase and cylinder heads made of light alloy
-Four speed gearbox with an open gear lever gate
-Front and rear rigid axle with leaf springs and friction damper
• Maximum output: 85 hp at 4,500 rpm / 102 hp at 5,000 rpm (factory race cars 1930)
• Displacement: 1,752 cc
• Bore x stroke: 65 x 88 mm
• Wheel base: 2,745 mm
• Track front / rear: 1,380 / 1,380 mm
• Mixture preparation: Roots supercharger with Memini dual flat-flow carburetor
• Total weight: 920 kg (85 hp) / 840 kg (102 hp, factory race cars 1930)
• Top speed: 145 km/hr (85 hp), approx. 170 km/hr (102 hp)
FREE DELIVERY AUSTRALIA WIDE
Delivery times are Monday-Friday. Most goods can take up to 5-10 business days & furniture 5-12 business days depending on your location.
To ensure costs are minimised the furniture is typically delivered by the driver who may require assistance with heavy items. Furniture deliveries are to the ground floor of your building. Shipping of furniture may take 5-12 business days depending on your location in Australia. Please ensure you provide a contact phone number for the driver to make delivery arrangements.
Please Note: Delivery to rural areas may incur a delivery charge
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