Model car - Bentley 4 1/2 Liter - Retro sheet model


Item number 37526

Item ID 37526


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Model car - Bentley 4 1/2 Liter - Retro sheet model

Replica the original building, entirely made of metal. Very detail and handmade. With moving wheels and in many ways the original very close to coming.



The Albatros D.III (factory designation L25) of the Albatros Aircraft Works was a fighter plane, which was used in World War I by the German, Turkish Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Air Force. The Albatros D.III was one of the most widely used German fighter planes; almost all German fighter squadrons, including the fighter squadron 11 of Manfred von Richthofen were equipped in 1917 with albatrosses different types. In Austria-Hungary, the aircraft was rebuilt with some changes as Oeffag D.III. (Source: Wikipedia)



length 36cm



width 45cm


Replica the original building, entirely made of metal. Very detail and handmade. With moving wheels and in many ways the original very close to coming.



The Bentley 4½ Liter was a passenger car model of the manufacturer Bentley. The vehicles developed from the various 1927-1931 chassis offered by Bentley and body structures wheelwright businesses. From 1929, a performance-enhanced supercharged model was also available, which was known as the Blower Bentley.
With victories in the major race tracks, the Bentley 4 ½ Liter proved successful. Among other things, the model 1928 was victorious at Le Mans. The sales figures achieved could replace the lost volumes by the cessation of production of the 3 Liter. The 4 ½ Liter was also the first Bentley, in which the production costs have been held by the strict limitation on two chassis variants in close frame.

The sales figures for the 4 ½ Liter were good - but ultimately, this model has been victim of the economic crisis. So in 1929 still 234 chassis were manufactured. 1930, production decreased to 79 units. In the last six months of 1931 it dropped even at 15 chassis. A total of 669 drivers have been produced, including six chassis produced in 1936/37 Rolls-Royce nor from spare parts.

(Source: Wikipedia)





length 33cm



width 13cm



height 15cm
height 14cm

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