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1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, The Franklin Mint

Own the World’s First Automobile. This is the car that started it all! Designed by Karl Benz, it was the first motor vehicle ever successfully powered by internal combustion. The car that began the legend of Mercedes-Benz. And now you can own the first 1:8 scale precision die-cast model of The World's First Automobile.

 

Handcrafted from over 100 parts, and authenticated by the Mercedes-Benz Museum, this richly detailed model features critical mechanical components that actually function. The flywheel, piston, drive belt, pulley and hand brake move. The wheels and crankshaft turn. The ignition contacts open and close.

 

There's rack-and-pinion steering and a huge gyroscopic flywheel. The expansion tank is copper-tinted and coated in gold. The carburetor, fuel tank and fittings are also coated with gold. Specially imported.

 

In July 3rd, 1886 an event occurred that certainly had an enormous impact on the history of man. For it was on that date that the first useable car in the world - Karl Benz’s Patent Motorcar - was given its first public outing. No one could really know at the time that the simple carriage, achieving speeds of 12 kph, was a beginning of a new era in human history - the automobile age.

 

Benz’s first car had a four-stroke single-cylinder engine which displaced 990ccs. The engine was mounted horizontally on the vehicle which in many ways was a unique blend of a horse carriage and a three-wheeled bicycle. Producing 0.9 horsepower, the engine drove wire spoked wheels through Benz's innovative array of differential gears, belts and chains.

 

Benz’s automobile included innovations that are still used today on over 400 million automobiles. It had electric igni­tion, a water-cooled engine and a quite modern differential gear. The custom-made body included a two passenger seat and rack-and pinion steering operated by a "tiller." The automobile had no foot brakes and was stopped by a handbrake applied to the drive mechanism. With an advanced differential drive train, no reverse gear, and a belt clutch, the vehicle was able to reach a maximum speed of 16 to 18 kph.

 

When Benz’s "horseless carriage" appeared at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, it ignited the imagination of the public, and triggered the beginning of the automobile industry. The Benz Patent Motorcar was more than just another invention in the pantheon of man's technology. It was the one invention that opened up the world - that brought everyone and everything just a little bit closer.

 

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1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, The Franklin Mint

Own the World’s First Automobile. This is the car that started it all! Designed by Karl Benz, it was the first motor vehicle ever successfully powered by internal combustion. The car that began the legend of Mercedes-Benz. And now you can own the first 1:8 scale precision die-cast model of The World's First Automobile.

 

Handcrafted from over 100 parts, and authenticated by the Mercedes-Benz Museum, this richly detailed model features critical mechanical components that actually function. The flywheel, piston, drive belt, pulley and hand brake move. The wheels and crankshaft turn. The ignition contacts open and close.

 

There's rack-and-pinion steering and a huge gyroscopic flywheel. The expansion tank is copper-tinted and coated in gold. The carburetor, fuel tank and fittings are also coated with gold. Specially imported.

 

In July 3rd, 1886 an event occurred that certainly had an enormous impact on the history of man. For it was on that date that the first useable car in the world - Karl Benz’s Patent Motorcar - was given its first public outing. No one could really know at the time that the simple carriage, achieving speeds of 12 kph, was a beginning of a new era in human history - the automobile age.

 

Benz’s first car had a four-stroke single-cylinder engine which displaced 990ccs. The engine was mounted horizontally on the vehicle which in many ways was a unique blend of a horse carriage and a three-wheeled bicycle. Producing 0.9 horsepower, the engine drove wire spoked wheels through Benz's innovative array of differential gears, belts and chains.

 

Benz’s automobile included innovations that are still used today on over 400 million automobiles. It had electric igni­tion, a water-cooled engine and a quite modern differential gear. The custom-made body included a two passenger seat and rack-and pinion steering operated by a "tiller." The automobile had no foot brakes and was stopped by a handbrake applied to the drive mechanism. With an advanced differential drive train, no reverse gear, and a belt clutch, the vehicle was able to reach a maximum speed of 16 to 18 kph.

 

When Benz’s "horseless carriage" appeared at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, it ignited the imagination of the public, and triggered the beginning of the automobile industry. The Benz Patent Motorcar was more than just another invention in the pantheon of man's technology. It was the one invention that opened up the world - that brought everyone and everything just a little bit closer.

 

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1886 Benz Patent Motorwagen, The Franklin Mint

Own the World’s First Automobile. This is the car that started it all! Designed by Karl Benz, it was the first motor vehicle ever successfully powered by internal combustion. The car that began the legend of Mercedes-Benz. And now you can own the first 1:8 scale precision die-cast model of The World's First Automobile.

 

Handcrafted from over 100 parts, and authenticated by the Mercedes-Benz Museum, this richly detailed model features critical mechanical components that actually function. The flywheel, piston, drive belt, pulley and hand brake move. The wheels and crankshaft turn. The ignition contacts open and close.

 

There's rack-and-pinion steering and a huge gyroscopic flywheel. The expansion tank is copper-tinted and coated in gold. The carburetor, fuel tank and fittings are also coated with gold. Specially imported.

 

In July 3rd, 1886 an event occurred that certainly had an enormous impact on the history of man. For it was on that date that the first useable car in the world - Karl Benz’s Patent Motorcar - was given its first public outing. No one could really know at the time that the simple carriage, achieving speeds of 12 kph, was a beginning of a new era in human history - the automobile age.

 

Benz’s first car had a four-stroke single-cylinder engine which displaced 990ccs. The engine was mounted horizontally on the vehicle which in many ways was a unique blend of a horse carriage and a three-wheeled bicycle. Producing 0.9 horsepower, the engine drove wire spoked wheels through Benz's innovative array of differential gears, belts and chains.

 

Benz’s automobile included innovations that are still used today on over 400 million automobiles. It had electric igni­tion, a water-cooled engine and a quite modern differential gear. The custom-made body included a two passenger seat and rack-and pinion steering operated by a "tiller." The automobile had no foot brakes and was stopped by a handbrake applied to the drive mechanism. With an advanced differential drive train, no reverse gear, and a belt clutch, the vehicle was able to reach a maximum speed of 16 to 18 kph.

 

When Benz’s "horseless carriage" appeared at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, it ignited the imagination of the public, and triggered the beginning of the automobile industry. The Benz Patent Motorcar was more than just another invention in the pantheon of man's technology. It was the one invention that opened up the world - that brought everyone and everything just a little bit closer.

 

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1896 Ford Quadricycle, Franklin Mint

Henry Ford's first car 

In 1896 Henry Ford was chief engineer of the Edison Illuminating Co. when he built a car called the Quadricycle. This spectacular die-cast model is based directly on Ford's one and only original--and lets you see the actual working mechanism of one of the world’s most historic automobiles. Precision-engineered with operable tiller steering, wheels that turn, pulley, gears and leather belts that move in unison. The buggy-style seat is upholstered in suede leather to replicate the original cloth. Selected components are accented in brass, copper and gold electroplate. Hand-assembled from more than 100 separate components in 1:6 scale.

 

When he was sixteen years old, Henry Ford left his parents' farm in Springwells-Dearborn and traveled the few miles to Detroit. His Father, while not encouraging the young boy's mechanical curiosity, nevertheless allowed him to develop it, believing that it was perhaps just a passing fancy. Ford worked shortly for the Michigan Car Company (where he performed certain repairs in 10% of the time that the regular employees took), the James Flower and Brothers Machine Shop (while at the same time supplementing his income repairing watches at McGill Jewelry), and at the Detroit Drydock Company, the largest shipbuilding firm in the city.

 

Ford then began to work for Westinghouse Engine Company, setting up and repairing steam traction engines used by the farmers. He attended a business college in Detroit and worked as an engine repairman at the Eagle Iron Works. Ford's father gave Henry a heavily timbered tract of land with the hope that his son--who was soon to marry Clara Jane Bryant--would settle down to farming. While Henry Ford made a good attempt at timbering, the lure of mechanics was too strong and he spent much of his time in the workshop he had built.

 

In 1891, Henry Ford announced to his wife that he was convinced that an engine-powered road vehicle was possible and that they were moving to Detroit so that Ford could get the electrical experience he knew was necessary. On Christmas Eve 1893, Henry (and Clara) tested his first gasoline engine at the couple's kitchen sink. By June of 1896, Ford had completed his first car, the Quadricycle, and on June 4th, 1896, he took a pre-dawn trip around the Edison Illuminating Company's plant. The car had a two-cylinder engine that displaced 59 cubic inches; it was extremely light (weighing 500 pounds without fuel); and was framed with four two-by-two rails. It had bicycle wheels and a bicycle seat (soon to be replaced by a buggy seat), tiller steering and differential gears mounted outside the frame.

 

The historic import of this first journey is immeasurable. For while Ford was not the inventor of the automobile, he was the impetus to the automobile age, refining mass-production so that automobiles would become a standard commodity for the common man.

 

Presented by Henry Ford Museum.

 

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1896 Ford Quadricycle, Franklin Mint

Henry Ford's first car 

In 1896 Henry Ford was chief engineer of the Edison Illuminating Co. when he built a car called the Quadricycle. This spectacular die-cast model is based directly on Ford's one and only original--and lets you see the actual working mechanism of one of the world’s most historic automobiles. Precision-engineered with operable tiller steering, wheels that turn, pulley, gears and leather belts that move in unison. The buggy-style seat is upholstered in suede leather to replicate the original cloth. Selected components are accented in brass, copper and gold electroplate. Hand-assembled from more than 100 separate components in 1:6 scale.

 

When he was sixteen years old, Henry Ford left his parents' farm in Springwells-Dearborn and traveled the few miles to Detroit. His Father, while not encouraging the young boy's mechanical curiosity, nevertheless allowed him to develop it, believing that it was perhaps just a passing fancy. Ford worked shortly for the Michigan Car Company (where he performed certain repairs in 10% of the time that the regular employees took), the James Flower and Brothers Machine Shop (while at the same time supplementing his income repairing watches at McGill Jewelry), and at the Detroit Drydock Company, the largest shipbuilding firm in the city.

 

Ford then began to work for Westinghouse Engine Company, setting up and repairing steam traction engines used by the farmers. He attended a business college in Detroit and worked as an engine repairman at the Eagle Iron Works. Ford's father gave Henry a heavily timbered tract of land with the hope that his son--who was soon to marry Clara Jane Bryant--would settle down to farming. While Henry Ford made a good attempt at timbering, the lure of mechanics was too strong and he spent much of his time in the workshop he had built.

 

In 1891, Henry Ford announced to his wife that he was convinced that an engine-powered road vehicle was possible and that they were moving to Detroit so that Ford could get the electrical experience he knew was necessary. On Christmas Eve 1893, Henry (and Clara) tested his first gasoline engine at the couple's kitchen sink. By June of 1896, Ford had completed his first car, the Quadricycle, and on June 4th, 1896, he took a pre-dawn trip around the Edison Illuminating Company's plant. The car had a two-cylinder engine that displaced 59 cubic inches; it was extremely light (weighing 500 pounds without fuel); and was framed with four two-by-two rails. It had bicycle wheels and a bicycle seat (soon to be replaced by a buggy seat), tiller steering and differential gears mounted outside the frame.

 

The historic import of this first journey is immeasurable. For while Ford was not the inventor of the automobile, he was the impetus to the automobile age, refining mass-production so that automobiles would become a standard commodity for the common man.

 

Presented by Henry Ford Museum.

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1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Limousine - Limited Edition only 1.500, The Franklin Mint

The most legendary car that ever graced the highways — the 1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Open Drive Limousine. This six-cylinder 429 cubic inch engine offered a ride that was unparalleled in contemporary motoring — so smooth, so quiet, it was only a matter of time before it was deemed the "Silver Ghost" by high-end car enthusiasts. This beautiful replica features limousine coachwork, crafted in authentic detail and officially authorized by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Ltd. Special features include a fully appointed interior, fully functioning steering wheel and hinged bonnet.

Limited Edition only 1.500 world wide

 

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1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Limousine - Limited Edition only 1.500, The Franklin Mint

The most legendary car that ever graced the highways — the 1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Open Drive Limousine. This six-cylinder 429 cubic inch engine offered a ride that was unparalleled in contemporary motoring — so smooth, so quiet, it was only a matter of time before it was deemed the "Silver Ghost" by high-end car enthusiasts. This beautiful replica features limousine coachwork, crafted in authentic detail and officially authorized by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Ltd. Special features include a fully appointed interior, fully functioning steering wheel and hinged bonnet.

Limited Edition only 1.500 world wide

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1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Limousine - Limited Edition only 1.500, The Franklin Mint

The most legendary car that ever graced the highways — the 1908 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Open Drive Limousine. This six-cylinder 429 cubic inch engine offered a ride that was unparalleled in contemporary motoring — so smooth, so quiet, it was only a matter of time before it was deemed the "Silver Ghost" by high-end car enthusiasts. This beautiful replica features limousine coachwork, crafted in authentic detail and officially authorized by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Ltd. Special features include a fully appointed interior, fully functioning steering wheel and hinged bonnet.

Limited Edition only 1.500 world wide

 

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1911 Rolls-Royce Tourer - Limited Edition, Franklin Mint

Now, you can own the definitive precision model of this historic Rolls, hailed as the smoothest driving automobile of its day. Every distinctive feature of the original is preserved for all time in a model that stands up to the closest inspection. From the sumptuous coach to the perfectly detailed re-creation of the six cylinder, L-head engine.

 

The 1911 Rolls-Royce was a notable car for a variety of reasons. Not the least of these was the introduction of the renowned Rolls-Royce mascot—the "Spirit of Ecstasy" hood ornament. This identifiable mascot—the longest-lived mascot ever used—was created in 1911 by noted English sculptor, Charles Sykes. It is said that Lord Montagu’s secretary, a Miss Thornton, posed as a model for the winged figure, although no proof of this exists. In fact, the figure more closely resembles the artist himself. So pleased were company officials with the mascot that in 1920 they entered it into a world competition in Paris and won first prize.

 

The first automobile graced with the elegant Spirit of Ecstasy mascot was a 1911 Rolls-Royce. And this symbol of elegance and excellence was perfectly suited. The 1911 Rolls-Royce 40/50 hp automobile (Tourer designated the body type) was innovative in a variety of ways. One was the “Slipper Flywheel,” a device which took the form of a friction-disc clutch and flywheel mounted at the front of the crankshaft. The “Slipper Flywheel” became a standard component of Rolls-Royce motorcoaches from 1911 to the present day. Yet Rolls-Royce’s success was not based on innovation—the history of automobiles is filled with radical innovations that fell by the wayside. Instead, Rolls-Royce concentrated on details. Meticulous attention was paid to every aspect of construction: gears were cut to finer accuracy than anywhere in the world; more skilled workmen than in other factories were employed; and only the finest bodies from the finest coachbuilders were fitted onto the Rolls-Royce chassis. The result was an automobile that rode more smoothly with less trouble than any car of its time.

 

Now, the extraordinary 1911 Rolls-Royce Tourer is re-created in a remarkable die-cast replica from Franklin Mint Precision Models. Accurate in every detail, from the sumptuous coach to the six-cylinder engine to the unmistakable “Spirit of Ecstasy” mascot on the hood, your 1911 Rolls-Royce Tourer is a handsome re-creation that captures the very spirit of this automobile which holds such a revered place in the annals of automotive history.

 

Limited Edition of 1,500

 

Specifications

Technical Specifications

•Engine: Six-Cylinders, In-Line, L-Head

•Displacement: 429 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: Estimated 48 BHP @ 1,250 RPM

•Wheelbase: 135.5 Inches

•Weight: Typically 3,360 Pounds

•Carburetion: Rolls-Royce Two-Jet, Water-Heated, Semi-Displacement

•Ignition: Dual with Magneto and Trembler Coil

•Transmission: Sliding Pinion with Cone Clutch, Fully Floating Live Axle

 

Operating Features

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Hood: The top hood panel opens to about 90 degrees and the lower hood panel folds in, remaining relatively vertical.

•Road Wheels/Spare Tire: The four road wheels and spare tire are permanently mounted.

 

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



 

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



 

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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1272:- -35% (1958:-)

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



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Artikelnummer: B11F674

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1933 Duesenburg J Victoria Limited Edition, Franklin Mint

A bold statement of luxury and grand touring, this custom-bodied Duesenberg was the hit of the Paris Salon when it first appeared in 1932. Often the car of choice among the Hollywood elite, Duesenbergs represented the finest in American cars. Trimmed with high-contrasting ivory interior against royal metallic luster red paint, this stunning Duesenberg is the pinnacle of automotive art and fashion.

 

As with all great cars, there are always great stories. For Duesenberg, there are not only great stories but personalities associated with one of the finest automobiles of the 20th century. These stories remind us of the magnificence of the designers, builders and patrons of these fine cars.

 

In 1932, all of France was stunned as the special-bodied Fernandez and Darrin Duesenberg appeared at the Paris Salon. Fernandez had been a well-known coachbuilder with European designs to his credit, and Howard "Dutch" Darrin had made significant inroads in both U.S. and European markets with his firm, Hibbard and Darrin. In 1931, Darrin dissolved his partnership with Hibbard and began working with Fernandez. One of their first major European contributions to the world of coachbuilt automobiles was built on a stunning, long-wheelbase 1932 Duesenberg Model J chassis.

 

Resplendent in metallic red with contrasting ivory interior trim and featuring an elegant three-position landau roof, this Duesenberg would later be made in two (perhaps three) otherconfigurations from 1932 through 1933. At some point in the history of these rare cars, a two-toned blue and black car became attributed to movie star Greta Garbo. Although she persisted in denying this, the legend of the Garbo Duesenberg continued as part of the mystique of this illusive actress. Some speculated that her denial of the car was due in part to not wanting to be recognized as she was driven in it. The Garbo mystery could very well be due in part to her friendship with French film star Suzy Vernon, who owned and was pictured many times with the blue and black Model J Duesenberg known as the "Garbo." Some speculate that this is how the legend began.

 

Today, both cars are regarded as some of the finest coachbuilt cars ever built upon a Duesenberg chassis. The original Paris Salon car has been fully restored to original condition and is currently in a private collection. The Franklin Mint is proud to present the original Paris Salon 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria with coachwork by Fernandez and Darrin just as it appeared in 1932 in its original paint and trim scheme.

 

Limited Edition of 1,500 worldwide

 

Technical Specifications:

•Engine: Eight cylinders, in-line

•Horsepower: 265 hp @ 4,200 rpm

•Displacement: 420 cubic inches

•Suspension: Semi-elliptic springs, front and rear

•Induction System: Duplex carburetor with dual intake manifolds

•Wheelbase: 153.5 inches

•Transmission: 3-speed and reverse

•Brakes: Hydraulic drum

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 gallons

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: The doors of your 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria are hinged at the rear and open to a 45-degree angle.

•Hood: The upper hood panel will swing open about 90 degrees on the piano-type hinge.

•wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Spare Tires: The spare tires on your 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria have been permanently affixed and cannot be removed.

•Spotlight: The spotlight is permanently affixed and is non-removable.

 

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1933 Duesenburg J Victoria Limited Edition, Franklin Mint

A bold statement of luxury and grand touring, this custom-bodied Duesenberg was the hit of the Paris Salon when it first appeared in 1932. Often the car of choice among the Hollywood elite, Duesenbergs represented the finest in American cars. Trimmed with high-contrasting ivory interior against royal metallic luster red paint, this stunning Duesenberg is the pinnacle of automotive art and fashion.

 

As with all great cars, there are always great stories. For Duesenberg, there are not only great stories but personalities associated with one of the finest automobiles of the 20th century. These stories remind us of the magnificence of the designers, builders and patrons of these fine cars.

 

In 1932, all of France was stunned as the special-bodied Fernandez and Darrin Duesenberg appeared at the Paris Salon. Fernandez had been a well-known coachbuilder with European designs to his credit, and Howard "Dutch" Darrin had made significant inroads in both U.S. and European markets with his firm, Hibbard and Darrin. In 1931, Darrin dissolved his partnership with Hibbard and began working with Fernandez. One of their first major European contributions to the world of coachbuilt automobiles was built on a stunning, long-wheelbase 1932 Duesenberg Model J chassis.

 

Resplendent in metallic red with contrasting ivory interior trim and featuring an elegant three-position landau roof, this Duesenberg would later be made in two (perhaps three) otherconfigurations from 1932 through 1933. At some point in the history of these rare cars, a two-toned blue and black car became attributed to movie star Greta Garbo. Although she persisted in denying this, the legend of the Garbo Duesenberg continued as part of the mystique of this illusive actress. Some speculated that her denial of the car was due in part to not wanting to be recognized as she was driven in it. The Garbo mystery could very well be due in part to her friendship with French film star Suzy Vernon, who owned and was pictured many times with the blue and black Model J Duesenberg known as the "Garbo." Some speculate that this is how the legend began.

 

Today, both cars are regarded as some of the finest coachbuilt cars ever built upon a Duesenberg chassis. The original Paris Salon car has been fully restored to original condition and is currently in a private collection. The Franklin Mint is proud to present the original Paris Salon 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria with coachwork by Fernandez and Darrin just as it appeared in 1932 in its original paint and trim scheme.

 

Limited Edition of 1,500 worldwide

 

Technical Specifications:

•Engine: Eight cylinders, in-line

•Horsepower: 265 hp @ 4,200 rpm

•Displacement: 420 cubic inches

•Suspension: Semi-elliptic springs, front and rear

•Induction System: Duplex carburetor with dual intake manifolds

•Wheelbase: 153.5 inches

•Transmission: 3-speed and reverse

•Brakes: Hydraulic drum

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 gallons

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: The doors of your 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria are hinged at the rear and open to a 45-degree angle.

•Hood: The upper hood panel will swing open about 90 degrees on the piano-type hinge.

•wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Spare Tires: The spare tires on your 1933 Duesenberg Model J Victoria have been permanently affixed and cannot be removed.

•Spotlight: The spotlight is permanently affixed and is non-removable.

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Artikelnummer: B11F680

1272:- -35% (1958:-)

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1933 Ford Deluxe Tudor Police Car w/Trailer - Limited edition , Franklin Mint

Calling all Cars. Calling all Cars.

 

Your ticket to police excitement can be heard through the roar of the siren as this 1933 Ford Tudor police car races through Chicago in pursuit of mob bosses and scofflaws. Feel the gangster danger, the ratt-a-tatt of the Tommy Gun and the sound of victory as the long arm of the law prevails and calm is restored. Your 1933 Ford Tudor police car comes complete with a loaded service trailer with period-correct accessories and vintage signage.

 

In the 1930s, the police had a formidable job. Due in part to Prohibition, organized crime was rampant in many U.S. cities. Chicago was the home or operating base for much of this illegal activity. The Chicago police had to contend with the mob syndicate and infamous personalities like Al Capone and John Dillinger, who operated illegal liquor stills and breweries. Daily bank robberies were not unusual.

 

Police raids were commonplace and many times the mob was better armed than the good guys. One key element toward the success of the police back then - and today - was their vehicles. The police had to "fight fire with fire." They needed a chase car that was, at the very least, as fast and reliable as the mobsters' cars. Since the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8 was the get-away car of choice for many crime bosses, law enforcement incorporated the same vehicle into their stable. Among the fans of the Ford was 1933 "Public Enemy Number One," John Dillinger. He once wrote Henry Ford an unsolicited testimonial, praising the performance and styling of his own "hot" '33 Deluxe. As such, there was no better police chase vehicle than the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8. The thick steel on the doors served to slow the barrage of bullets from ensuing machine gun battles, the 221 cubic inch V-8 engine with aluminum heads gave the needed horsepower to carry reinforcements and ammunition to the scene. With a top speed of 78 mph, the ’33 Ford Deluxe V-8 police cars leveled the playing field.

 

The Franklin Mint is pleased to offer this 1:24 scale die-cast tribute to the law enforcement vehicle of times past. Our Chicago "mob squad" automobile comes fully equipped to handle the most ruthless of gangsters and mob bosses. Not only does it faithfully replicate the most coveted crime-fighting cruiser of the day, it also comes with a fully stocked arsenal in tow with the era-correct police trailer.

Limited Edition 2.500 World Wide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: As on the real car, the front doors are hinged at the rear and swing backward.

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Seats: The front seats are designed to fold forward.

•Hood: The hood opens to an approximate 90-degree angle.

•Wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Hitch: The trailer may then be swung in either direction for display.

•Trailer Lid: The trailer lid is hinged and can be opened and closed.

•Drop Door: The trailer has been engineered with a drop door that hinges downward.



 

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1272:- -35% (1958:-)

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1933 Ford Deluxe Tudor Police Car w/Trailer - Limited edition , Franklin Mint

Calling all Cars. Calling all Cars.

 

Your ticket to police excitement can be heard through the roar of the siren as this 1933 Ford Tudor police car races through Chicago in pursuit of mob bosses and scofflaws. Feel the gangster danger, the ratt-a-tatt of the Tommy Gun and the sound of victory as the long arm of the law prevails and calm is restored. Your 1933 Ford Tudor police car comes complete with a loaded service trailer with period-correct accessories and vintage signage.

 

In the 1930s, the police had a formidable job. Due in part to Prohibition, organized crime was rampant in many U.S. cities. Chicago was the home or operating base for much of this illegal activity. The Chicago police had to contend with the mob syndicate and infamous personalities like Al Capone and John Dillinger, who operated illegal liquor stills and breweries. Daily bank robberies were not unusual.

 

Police raids were commonplace and many times the mob was better armed than the good guys. One key element toward the success of the police back then - and today - was their vehicles. The police had to "fight fire with fire." They needed a chase car that was, at the very least, as fast and reliable as the mobsters' cars. Since the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8 was the get-away car of choice for many crime bosses, law enforcement incorporated the same vehicle into their stable. Among the fans of the Ford was 1933 "Public Enemy Number One," John Dillinger. He once wrote Henry Ford an unsolicited testimonial, praising the performance and styling of his own "hot" '33 Deluxe. As such, there was no better police chase vehicle than the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8. The thick steel on the doors served to slow the barrage of bullets from ensuing machine gun battles, the 221 cubic inch V-8 engine with aluminum heads gave the needed horsepower to carry reinforcements and ammunition to the scene. With a top speed of 78 mph, the ’33 Ford Deluxe V-8 police cars leveled the playing field.

 

The Franklin Mint is pleased to offer this 1:24 scale die-cast tribute to the law enforcement vehicle of times past. Our Chicago "mob squad" automobile comes fully equipped to handle the most ruthless of gangsters and mob bosses. Not only does it faithfully replicate the most coveted crime-fighting cruiser of the day, it also comes with a fully stocked arsenal in tow with the era-correct police trailer.

Limited Edition 2.500 World Wide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: As on the real car, the front doors are hinged at the rear and swing backward.

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Seats: The front seats are designed to fold forward.

•Hood: The hood opens to an approximate 90-degree angle.

•Wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Hitch: The trailer may then be swung in either direction for display.

•Trailer Lid: The trailer lid is hinged and can be opened and closed.

•Drop Door: The trailer has been engineered with a drop door that hinges downward.



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1272:- -35% (1958:-)

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1933 Ford Deluxe Tudor Police Car w/Trailer - Limited edition , Franklin Mint

Calling all Cars. Calling all Cars.

 

Your ticket to police excitement can be heard through the roar of the siren as this 1933 Ford Tudor police car races through Chicago in pursuit of mob bosses and scofflaws. Feel the gangster danger, the ratt-a-tatt of the Tommy Gun and the sound of victory as the long arm of the law prevails and calm is restored. Your 1933 Ford Tudor police car comes complete with a loaded service trailer with period-correct accessories and vintage signage.

 

In the 1930s, the police had a formidable job. Due in part to Prohibition, organized crime was rampant in many U.S. cities. Chicago was the home or operating base for much of this illegal activity. The Chicago police had to contend with the mob syndicate and infamous personalities like Al Capone and John Dillinger, who operated illegal liquor stills and breweries. Daily bank robberies were not unusual.

 

Police raids were commonplace and many times the mob was better armed than the good guys. One key element toward the success of the police back then - and today - was their vehicles. The police had to "fight fire with fire." They needed a chase car that was, at the very least, as fast and reliable as the mobsters' cars. Since the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8 was the get-away car of choice for many crime bosses, law enforcement incorporated the same vehicle into their stable. Among the fans of the Ford was 1933 "Public Enemy Number One," John Dillinger. He once wrote Henry Ford an unsolicited testimonial, praising the performance and styling of his own "hot" '33 Deluxe. As such, there was no better police chase vehicle than the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8. The thick steel on the doors served to slow the barrage of bullets from ensuing machine gun battles, the 221 cubic inch V-8 engine with aluminum heads gave the needed horsepower to carry reinforcements and ammunition to the scene. With a top speed of 78 mph, the ’33 Ford Deluxe V-8 police cars leveled the playing field.

 

The Franklin Mint is pleased to offer this 1:24 scale die-cast tribute to the law enforcement vehicle of times past. Our Chicago "mob squad" automobile comes fully equipped to handle the most ruthless of gangsters and mob bosses. Not only does it faithfully replicate the most coveted crime-fighting cruiser of the day, it also comes with a fully stocked arsenal in tow with the era-correct police trailer.

Limited Edition 2.500 World Wide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: As on the real car, the front doors are hinged at the rear and swing backward.

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Seats: The front seats are designed to fold forward.

•Hood: The hood opens to an approximate 90-degree angle.

•Wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Hitch: The trailer may then be swung in either direction for display.

•Trailer Lid: The trailer lid is hinged and can be opened and closed.

•Drop Door: The trailer has been engineered with a drop door that hinges downward.



 

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1933 Ford Deluxe Tudor Police Car w/Trailer - Limited edition , Franklin Mint

Calling all Cars. Calling all Cars.

 

Your ticket to police excitement can be heard through the roar of the siren as this 1933 Ford Tudor police car races through Chicago in pursuit of mob bosses and scofflaws. Feel the gangster danger, the ratt-a-tatt of the Tommy Gun and the sound of victory as the long arm of the law prevails and calm is restored. Your 1933 Ford Tudor police car comes complete with a loaded service trailer with period-correct accessories and vintage signage.

 

In the 1930s, the police had a formidable job. Due in part to Prohibition, organized crime was rampant in many U.S. cities. Chicago was the home or operating base for much of this illegal activity. The Chicago police had to contend with the mob syndicate and infamous personalities like Al Capone and John Dillinger, who operated illegal liquor stills and breweries. Daily bank robberies were not unusual.

 

Police raids were commonplace and many times the mob was better armed than the good guys. One key element toward the success of the police back then - and today - was their vehicles. The police had to "fight fire with fire." They needed a chase car that was, at the very least, as fast and reliable as the mobsters' cars. Since the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8 was the get-away car of choice for many crime bosses, law enforcement incorporated the same vehicle into their stable. Among the fans of the Ford was 1933 "Public Enemy Number One," John Dillinger. He once wrote Henry Ford an unsolicited testimonial, praising the performance and styling of his own "hot" '33 Deluxe. As such, there was no better police chase vehicle than the 1933 Ford Deluxe V-8. The thick steel on the doors served to slow the barrage of bullets from ensuing machine gun battles, the 221 cubic inch V-8 engine with aluminum heads gave the needed horsepower to carry reinforcements and ammunition to the scene. With a top speed of 78 mph, the ’33 Ford Deluxe V-8 police cars leveled the playing field.

 

The Franklin Mint is pleased to offer this 1:24 scale die-cast tribute to the law enforcement vehicle of times past. Our Chicago "mob squad" automobile comes fully equipped to handle the most ruthless of gangsters and mob bosses. Not only does it faithfully replicate the most coveted crime-fighting cruiser of the day, it also comes with a fully stocked arsenal in tow with the era-correct police trailer.

Limited Edition 2.500 World Wide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: As on the real car, the front doors are hinged at the rear and swing backward.

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Seats: The front seats are designed to fold forward.

•Hood: The hood opens to an approximate 90-degree angle.

•Wheels: The wheels on your model are designed to roll.

•Hitch: The trailer may then be swung in either direction for display.

•Trailer Lid: The trailer lid is hinged and can be opened and closed.

•Drop Door: The trailer has been engineered with a drop door that hinges downward.



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Artikelnummer: B11E501

1129:- -35% (1738:-)

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1936 Hudson Eight Convertible - Limited Edition, Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24 ca 20cm long

The epitome of innovative design, precision engineering and the attention to detail that keeps Franklin Mint Precision Models simply miles ahead.

By 1936, the Hudson Motor Car Company had established itself as one of Detroit’s leading innovators. Hudson automobiles were the first to feature dual brakes, self-starters, a dash-mounted oil pressure gauge and generator warning lights, as well as the first balanced crankshaft.

The new custom Hudson Eight of ’36 kept that trailblazing tradition alive with the introduction of radial safety control and rhythmic ride suspension. Innovative advances, a more powerful engine, and body styling that was more than easy on the eye, combined to make this Hudson one of the most desirable cars to emerge from the 1930’s.

Now, in commemoration of its 25th Anniversary, Franklin Mint Precision Models created the definitive die-cast re-creation of the automotive icon considered by many the most beautiful car in its era – and, arguably, the most beautiful of all time. And by acting now, you can be among the select few to own this landmark achievement in model-making history.

Hand-painted a dramatic silver and black, the 1936 Hudson Eight is being issued in a special Limited Edition of just 2,500 Worldwide. It will be sent to you with a commemorative medal mounted to the undercarriage.

This sensational precision re-creation of the ’36 Hudson is hand-assembled from more than 150 separate components to capture each authentic detail in the lifelike accuracy for which Franklin Mint Precision Models is world famous. Demand is expected to be high, so to ensure acquiring this rare Limited Edition, it is important that you act soon.

Specifications

Limited Edition Anniversary Tribute

•Real Cloth convertible top is retractable

•Interior equipped with every gauge, lever, handle and pedal in place.

•Hinged hood opens to reveal every detail of Straight 8 engine.

•Handles actually engage driver and passenger windows.

•Authentic “suicide” doors are fully operable.

•Spare tire features removable shroud.

•Compartment and rumble seats are upholstered in real leather

 

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Artikelnummer: B11E501

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1936 Hudson Eight Convertible - Limited Edition, Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24 ca 20cm long

The epitome of innovative design, precision engineering and the attention to detail that keeps Franklin Mint Precision Models simply miles ahead.

By 1936, the Hudson Motor Car Company had established itself as one of Detroit’s leading innovators. Hudson automobiles were the first to feature dual brakes, self-starters, a dash-mounted oil pressure gauge and generator warning lights, as well as the first balanced crankshaft.

The new custom Hudson Eight of ’36 kept that trailblazing tradition alive with the introduction of radial safety control and rhythmic ride suspension. Innovative advances, a more powerful engine, and body styling that was more than easy on the eye, combined to make this Hudson one of the most desirable cars to emerge from the 1930’s.

Now, in commemoration of its 25th Anniversary, Franklin Mint Precision Models created the definitive die-cast re-creation of the automotive icon considered by many the most beautiful car in its era – and, arguably, the most beautiful of all time. And by acting now, you can be among the select few to own this landmark achievement in model-making history.

Hand-painted a dramatic silver and black, the 1936 Hudson Eight is being issued in a special Limited Edition of just 2,500 Worldwide. It will be sent to you with a commemorative medal mounted to the undercarriage.

This sensational precision re-creation of the ’36 Hudson is hand-assembled from more than 150 separate components to capture each authentic detail in the lifelike accuracy for which Franklin Mint Precision Models is world famous. Demand is expected to be high, so to ensure acquiring this rare Limited Edition, it is important that you act soon.

Specifications

Limited Edition Anniversary Tribute

•Real Cloth convertible top is retractable

•Interior equipped with every gauge, lever, handle and pedal in place.

•Hinged hood opens to reveal every detail of Straight 8 engine.

•Handles actually engage driver and passenger windows.

•Authentic “suicide” doors are fully operable.

•Spare tire features removable shroud.

•Compartment and rumble seats are upholstered in real leather

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Artikelnummer: B11F078

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1937 Cord 812 Phaeton Convertible - Limited Edition

This model S/N 200/1500

Legendary for its bold and distinctive styling, the Cord 812 features technical innovations such as front wheel drive, retractable headlamps and of course, the supercharged V-8 engine. When Franklin Mint Precision Models first released this model, none other than Gordon Buehrig himself (the original designer) approved the master patterns and finished production pieces. Now, this exclusive Limited Edition die-cast replica honors this historic design in a strictly limited run of just 1,500 pieces worldwide.

 

It has been called one of the most influential cars in automotive history. The 1937 Cord 812 immediately turned heads, combining innovation with performance that was both exciting and proficient.

 

The Cord 812's history begins with the idea of designing a mid-range Duesenberg that would sell between the company's relatively affordable model and the exclusive Model J. Headed by chief designer Gordon M. Buehrig, the "baby Duesenberg" design never reached production because of an economic disaster in the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg triumvirate. After a few months, however, the Cord Corporation approved the construction of a similar model and Buehrig was given the opportunity of a lifetime - overall responsibility for the design of an innovative automobile.

 

The innovations on Buehrig's model are legendary. To enhance the interior room, a "step-down" passenger floor was designed. Concealed headlamps, that were raised and lowered by chrome-plate handcranks under the dash, predated similar features on future sports cars. It placed the horn on the steering wheel and put the handbrake under the dash. The hubcap, with the twelve cooling holes around its perimeter, covered the entire wheel. The Cord 812 was also available with a supercharged Lycoming engine that was capable of speeds up to 110 mph.

 

But of all the innovations, the Cord 812's front-wheel drive format was the most remarkable. It was one of the world's first cars with front-wheel drive to be mass produced.

 

However, it was looks more than innovation that made the Cord 812 a great automobile - hinges were concealed to give a streamlined look; running boards were scrapped as being too "old-fashioned." The long "alligator" hood with louvered grille and the aerodynamic "pontoon-type" fenders added to the impression that this was a car ahead of its time.

 

Throughout the world, the Cord is regarded as a landmark in automotive design. The New York Museum of Modern Art selected the Cord as one of the eight finest examples of industrial design and automotive art, an honor that reflects the Cord's impact on automotive history.

 

Limited Edition of 1,500 worldwide

 

Technical Specifications:

•Engine: 90-degree V-8

•Horsepower: 195 @ 4,200 RPM

•Displacement: 288.64 cubic inches

•Wheelbase: 125 Inches

•Transmission: 4-speed selective manual

•Brakes: Bendix 4-wheel hydraulic drum type

•Induction System: Stromberg Duplex Carburetor, Schwitzer-Cummins Supercharger

 

Operating Features:

•Doors: Your model's doors are hinged to open at the rear.

•Steering: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Hood: Your model's hood is hinged and opens to reveal the engine detail.

•Trunk: Your model's trunk will open to an approximate 45-degree angle.

•Spare Tire: The spare tire is permanently mounted.

•Convertible Top: Your model's convertible top is removable.



 

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