CMC Mercedes-Benz Typ 300 D Cabriolet 1958-1962

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A masterpiece of architecture model: CMC Mercedes-Benz Typ 300d, Cabriolet D, 1958-1962

The CMC model is hand-assembled from more than 388 parts. High-quality materials and attention to detail to determine the quality. A historical collectors-item of outstanding quality and design.

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-026
  5. Parts: more than 388
  6. Limited Edition: ---
Model details:
  • Detailed replication of the engine
  • Steerable front wheels
  • Doors, engine hood, trunk and tank cap are movable
  • Folding top of textile (not movable)
  • Spring mounted front- and rear axle
  • Cooler mask with stainless steel bars and real metal grid. Implemented by hand
  • Bumpers made of solid metal
  • Rock protection binder on the rear fenders made of stainless steel
  • Door sill with metal border and ebonite inlay
  • All decorative battens made of metal. Embedded assembled
  • Dashboard in wood look
  • Seats and interior lined with real leather
  • Hinged backrest of the front seats and fold-out center console at the backseat
Description of the original vehicle: In April 1951 Daimler-Benz presented at the International Automobile Fair in Frankfurt the Type 300. Back in 1951, it was the largest and fastest production car in Germany. From the start the model was a favourite of politicians, economists and actors. Federal President Theodor Heuss and Minister of Economic Affairs Ludwig Erhard became chauffeured in the Type 300. But really famous became the model as "Adenauers Mercedes", because Adenauer was the first Federal Chancellor of Germany and he attached great importance to be driven in the Type 300. Nowadays Adenauer's 1955 type 300 is on display at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart.
In August 1957, the Mercedes-Benz 300d was presented as a updated version to the market. From July of 1958 it was also available as Cabriolet D.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. 6 cylinder in-line-engine
  2. Inlet manifold petrol injection
  3. Top speed: 165 km/h
  4. Maximum output: 160 hp with 5300 rpm
  5. 3-speed automatic transmission with selection lever on the steering column
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