CMC Auto Union Typ C #5, Bernd Rosemeyer, 1936

1.006,72 EUR

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delivery time: 2-4 days

Product.Nr.: CMC M-034A

product description

A masterpiece of architecture model:
    CMC Auto Union Typ C #5, Bernd Rosemeyer, 1936

    The Auto Union Type C is hand-assembled from 1026 parts into an extraordinary precision model. 23 parts are zinc diecast, 754 are metal or copper and, and 153 are made of plastic. The remaining 96 parts are screws, rivets, or simulated screw-heads. For the first time, CMC is presenting a model in 1:18 scale that is composed of more than 1,000 parts - a milestone in its history.
Technical data of the CMC-model:
  1. Model: Hand mounted precision model
  2. Manufacterer: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
  3. Scale: 1:18
  4. Item-No.: M-034A
  5. Single pieces: 1.026
  6. Limited Edition: 1.000
Model Details:
  • First representation of single parts as pressed parts in a new production technology: for example, outside mirror housing, windsreen frame as well as rear- and brake drums air scoops, each made of metal
  • Windshield-frame (metal)
  • Fuel-filler inlet (stainless steel, cap movable)
  • Rear-airintake hood (copper plate)
  • Brake drum ventilation hood (metal)
  • The 16-cylinder V-engine is exactly replicated with removable spark plug sockets and lots of additional details
  • Removable front- and engine hood of zinc die-casting or copper plate, looking with metal hooks an real rubber rings
  • Spoke wheels consisting each of 75 hand assembled stainless steel wire. The mounting and detachment of is realised by a double winged central locking nut, which can be screwed
  • Hand-made stainless steel radiator grill
  • Authentic reproduction of cooling system
  • Starting number 4 printed by the tampon printing method
Description of the original:
    1936 became the year of Auto Union and its young Bernd Rosemeyer. He became the new star in the European racing scene. It was the clash of the titans, Mercedes-Benz VS Auto Union. The GP of Germany at the 26st of July was just another round of that fight.

    The agile and highly talented Bernd Rosemeyer, was able like no other to handle the 16 cylinder v-engine powerhouse of the hard to drive Auto Union Type C. The mid-mounted engine of the vehicle, developed by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, was groundbraking for its time.
Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. 16 cylinder v-engine
  2. 2 valve per cylinder, actuated by a overhead camshaft
  3. Roots compressor
  4. Cylinder bore/stroke: 75/85 mm
  5. Cylinder displacement: 6.005 ccm
  6. Output (power): 520 hp ati 5.000/rpm
  7. Top speed: max. 340 km/h
  8. Wheel base: 2.310 mm
  9. Wheel track front/rear: 1.420 / 1.420 mm
  10. Total length: 3.920 mm