CMC Bugatti 57 SC Corsica Roadster, 1938 unpainted
For a permanent protection against material discoloration or patina, the surface of the model became sealed with a clear coat.
Allow yourself to enjoy some kind of unusual model and be enthused about this extraordinary piece.
- Model: Hand-assembled diecast precision model
- Manufacuter: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
- Scale: 1:18
- Art.-No.: M-134
- Color: unpainted
- Parts: 1,780
- Limited Edition: 1000
A pretty painting can sometimes might sometimes hide the fact, that there is not much underneath.
But this is something, CMC don`t have to be worry about. Everything that appears is nothing but traditional craftsmanship. The components are all model of solid materials. Beside the major component of die-cast, CMC is working with non-ferrous metals like copper and brass but as well with stainless steel for the hoods, floor panels, covers, trims and other parts. Furthermore you`ll be able to find real leather (seats, side panel of the doors), valuable rubber (tires), aluminium and stainless steel wire (rims / spokes) and as well textiles for the floor.
Of course also CMC can`t work completely without synthetic material. But we use them only in a limited number and use the best quality only. They be used for instance for the power train components.
- Hand-assembled diecast precision model that is made of approx. 1,780 single parts
- Authentically formed and true-to-scale body, built after the contemporary appearance of the car found in John Mozart's collection
- Lockable trunk with enclosed miniature version of the car jack, air-pump, grease gun and toolkit
- True-to-the-original replication of the front with beautifully intetrated head lamps
- Perfectly spoked wheels and two-wing central locking nuts with right- or left-hand treat for the release of the wheels
- Finely replicated dashboard with all instruments and controls
- Highly detailed 8-cylinder in-line engine with all aggregates, pipes and cabling
- Elaborate underbody with an exhaust system of stainless steel
- High-quality paintwork with an excellent finish
- Precisely replicated frame made of metal
- Fully functional double-wing engine hood
- The wings open to rest on specially-mounted metal buttons
- Functional driver and passenger doors with finely-made hinges
In 1985, the vehicle came to be owned by John Mozart, a renowned collector in California. At the end of 1995, he initiated a complete restoration of the car. The roadster re-emerged as a stunning beauty in a dark blue finish and won the much-coveted “Best of Show” award at the 1998 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
- Maximum output: 200 hp at 5,500 rpm
- Displacement: 3,257 ccm
- Top speed: approx. 200 km/hr
- Wheel base: 2,980 mm
- Total length: approx. 4,510 mm
- Track width front: 1,350 mm
- Track width rear: 1,350 mm
- Bore x Stroke: 72 x 100 mm
- Mechanical cable break
- Right-hand drive
- Dry sump lubrication
- 8-cylinder in-line-engine with two overhead camshafts
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