CMC Mercedes-Benz W125 #4 GP Donington, 1937, Dick Seaman

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Product.Nr.: CMC M-116

product description

A masterpiece of architecture model: M-116 CMC Mercedes-Benz W125 #4 GP Donington, 1937, Dick Seaman

CMC has replicated the Seaman car virtually identical to the original.
All parts of the W 125 are pieced together to give a valuable collectors item. The love for details can be seen in the 51 small and 27 larger metal rivets and the laying of the 41 cables and wires.
Technical data of the CMC model:
  1. Model: Precision model hand-assembled
  2. Manufacturer: CMC GmbH, Classic Model Cars, Germany
  3. Scale: 1:18
  4. Item-No.: M-116
  5. Color: silver
  6. Driver: Dick Seaman
  7. Parts: ---
  8. Limited Edition: 1,000
Model details:
  • Hand-assembled diecast precission model composed of more than 900 single parts
  • Authentically-crafted, true-to-scale body
  • Dashboard of stainless steel with hand brushed marble effect surface
  • Cooler grille of 35 handsoldered stainless steel wires in front of a fine metal mesh
  • Removable wheels on filigree spokes. Hand mounted steel wires. Authentic tyres
  • Removable engine hood with spring-loades locking hooks and an additional leather belt for keeping the food fastened. Milled ventilation slits to the side of the engine compartment
  • Cockpit seat is covered with real textile
  • Detailed replication ot the drum brakes with ventilation and cooling slots
  • Brillant bodywork painted and polishe to a mirror finish with tampon printed starting numbers
Description of the original vehicle: Mercedes entered four race cars of the type W125 for the Donington Grand Prix of England that took place on October 2nd, 1937.
Richard "Dick" Seaman, the Englishman on the Mercedes team, took off with starting number 4. He would very much like to deliver a successful race to its fellow countrymen. But his hopes were dashed in the 4th lap, as the Auto Union driver H.P. Müller crashed into the rear end of Seaman’s W125. Despite the damage of the rear end, gearbox, and rear shock absorbers, Seaman continued to race unrelentingly with huge restrictions. Eventually in lap 30, however, he had to give up the race in bitter disappointment.
Technical data of the original vehicle:
  1. Engine: 8-cylinder-inline-engine, Roots-compressor
  2. Two overhead camshafts
  3. Bore x stroke: 94 x 102 mm
  4. Maximum output: up to 570 hp at 5.800 rpm
  5. Displacement: 5.660 ccm
  6. Topspeed: approx. 320 km/hr
  7. Wheelbase: 2,798 mm
  8. Track front/rear: 1,473 / 1,412 mm
  9. Front wheels with single-wheel suspension and a double wishbone and coil springs
  10. De Dion rear-axle with lengthwise installed torsion bars
  11. Dry weight: 749 kg