CMC Horch 853, offenes Cabriolet, 1937

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A masterpiece of architecture model: CMC Horch 853, offenes Cabriolet, 1937

The metal precision model with its authentic and true to scale molded body shines in a brilliant two-tone paint, green/darkgreen. Handmounted metal precision model car of more than 350 parts.

Technical data of the CMC model:
  1. Model: Precision model hand-assembled
  2. Manufacturer: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
  3. Scale: 1:24
  4. Item-No.: M-016
  5. Parts: über 350
  6. Limited Edition: ---
Model details:
  • Handmounted metal precision model of more than 350 parts
  • All version with two-colour printing and as well with textile top on metal frames (top not movable)
  • Highly stable metal frame
  • Precisely reproduction of the 8-cylinder in-line-engine with lettering "Horch". The front is also equipped with a twin-wing engine hood which is fastened on metal hinges and can be swung upwards
  • Photo-etched radiator grill and radiator ornament
  • Movable doors are fastened on the originally replicated hinges
  • Sophisticated interior
  • Seats are covered with real and noble leather. Backrest of front seats can be flipped forward
  • Dashboard covered with noble wood imitation
  • Dashboard with hand-mounted round instruments and sharply outlined scales
  • Carpeted trund and floor
  • Swivelling carrier arms
Description of the original vehicle: The name of Horch was a synonym for noblesse, highest quality and noble lines in car manufacturing in that time. The type 853 might have been the most remarkable model that the car manufacturer of Zwickau ever built. It was presented to the public in 1937. The four-seater sport convertible with its 5-litre-engine was the preferred vehicle of industrialists, actors and hight politicians - shortly speaking: the High Society.
Still today, this Horch seems as fascinating as back in the thirties. To accentuate all the flair of this Horch, CMC decided to reproduce it as this Cabriolet green/darkgreen. This version own an extraordinary charisma and stand out because of his great love to the detail.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. Enigne: 8-cylinder in-line-engine
  2. Displacement: 4.944 ccm
  3. Bore x stroke: 87 x 104 mm
  4. Maximum output: 120 HP at 3,600 rpm
  5. Top speed: 135 km/h
  6. Wheel base: 3.450 mm
  7. Front track: 1.510 mm
  8. Rear track: 1.516 mm
  9. Total weight: 2.600 kg
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