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05089 REVELL USS SARATOGA CVA Byggmodell

 Skala 1:542

188 delar Längd 587mm

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 Skala 1:542

188 delar Längd 587mm

Färger med nr 5, 8, 15, 57, 75, 77, 78, 79, 91, 92, 302, 371, ingår ej

 

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188 delar Längd 587mm

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12 tums spring cykel 2-hjul Blå

Ett utmärkt sätt att förbereda barnet på att lära sig cykla.

Rekomenderad ålder 3-5 år

Passar barn mellan 90-105 cm

12" hjulstorlek

 

 

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12 tums spring cykel 2-hjul Blå

Ett utmärkt sätt att förbereda barnet på att lära sig cykla.

Rekomenderad ålder 3-5 år

Passar barn mellan 90-105 cm

12" hjulstorlek

 

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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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Skala: 1:8

 

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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.

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:8

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Artikelnummer: B11SD65

1800:- -20% (2250:-)

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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.

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:8

 

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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1566:- -20% (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: B11PW73

1566:- -20% (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: B11PW73

1566:- -20% (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: B11PW73

1566:- -20% (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: B11F680

1566:- -20% (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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Artikelnummer: B11F680

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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: B11F680

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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: B11G314

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1949 Ford Custom Convertible - Limited Edition only 1.949 , The Franklin Mint

After WWII, Ford Motor Company was struggling to stay alive. The "wiz kids," as the team of engineers and stylists was known, answered with the 1949 Ford and high hopes of rescuing the failing manufacturer. The impact of the radical new "propeller" styling, coupled with the time-proven 100 bhp flathead V-8, exceeded their expectations and launched Ford to a historic rebound. We offer this faithful re-creation, fit for a hero. Proudly display the "spinning propeller" style grille and fully detailed 239 V-8 engine.

 

Limited Edition of 1,949

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Artikelnummer: B11G314

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1949 Ford Custom Convertible - Limited Edition only 1.949 , The Franklin Mint

After WWII, Ford Motor Company was struggling to stay alive. The "wiz kids," as the team of engineers and stylists was known, answered with the 1949 Ford and high hopes of rescuing the failing manufacturer. The impact of the radical new "propeller" styling, coupled with the time-proven 100 bhp flathead V-8, exceeded their expectations and launched Ford to a historic rebound. We offer this faithful re-creation, fit for a hero. Proudly display the "spinning propeller" style grille and fully detailed 239 V-8 engine.

 

Limited Edition of 1,949

 

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Artikelnummer: B11G314

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1949 Ford Custom Convertible - Limited Edition only 1.949 , The Franklin Mint

After WWII, Ford Motor Company was struggling to stay alive. The "wiz kids," as the team of engineers and stylists was known, answered with the 1949 Ford and high hopes of rescuing the failing manufacturer. The impact of the radical new "propeller" styling, coupled with the time-proven 100 bhp flathead V-8, exceeded their expectations and launched Ford to a historic rebound. We offer this faithful re-creation, fit for a hero. Proudly display the "spinning propeller" style grille and fully detailed 239 V-8 engine.

 

Limited Edition of 1,949

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Artikelnummer: B11F910

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1954 Chevrolet Bel Air - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

With its long list of options and five unique body styles, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® delivers performance and dynamic Fifties-era design. Powered by the "Blue Flame Six" spirited performance, this striking Onyx Black and white two-toned precision model is hand assembled from over 100 parts and offered in a strictly Limited Edition of 2,500 pieces worldwide, exclusively through Franklin Mint Precision Models.

 

On the outside, the Bel Air® was handsome. Its two-tone finish was accented by full-length sidespear moldings and a rear double-molding containing the name "Bel Air®." Lavished with chrome on the rocker panel and body belt moldings and fitted with bright gravel guards and rear-wheel fender skirts, the Bel Air® was both practically handsome and stylishly sporty. It was no wonder that Bel Air® remained the top series for 1954.

 

Now, the ultimate family car is re-created in a 1:24 scale precision-engineered model from Franklin Mint Precision Models - the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air®. Authentic in every detail - from its Onyx Black finish with contrasting white roof to the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood - your 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® is certain to be admired by all who see it.

 

In 1954, America was flush with success. Business was booming, families were growing and life was good. And so into this rosy, optimistic time the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® was born. Reflecting the euphoric spirit of the times, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® had robust good looks, speed and spunk - and its commodious interior was perfect for America's growing families.

 

The Bel Air® line had expanded from four body styles in 1953 to five in 1954, with a four-door station wagon added to the lineup. There was an array of extra features such as carpeting, full-wheel discs and an electric clock, but it was the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood that truly separated the Bel Air® from the rest of the pack. Shared by both the Bel Air® and the Corvette®, the "Blue Flame" was a powerplant that displaced 235.5 cubic inches and provided a power rating of 125 bhp at 4,000 rpms with Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission. It was the perfect power for cruising home from a business trip or merging into traffic with a car full of kids.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide
 

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Artikelnummer: B11F910

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1954 Chevrolet Bel Air - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

With its long list of options and five unique body styles, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® delivers performance and dynamic Fifties-era design. Powered by the "Blue Flame Six" spirited performance, this striking Onyx Black and white two-toned precision model is hand assembled from over 100 parts and offered in a strictly Limited Edition of 2,500 pieces worldwide, exclusively through Franklin Mint Precision Models.

 

On the outside, the Bel Air® was handsome. Its two-tone finish was accented by full-length sidespear moldings and a rear double-molding containing the name "Bel Air®." Lavished with chrome on the rocker panel and body belt moldings and fitted with bright gravel guards and rear-wheel fender skirts, the Bel Air® was both practically handsome and stylishly sporty. It was no wonder that Bel Air® remained the top series for 1954.

 

Now, the ultimate family car is re-created in a 1:24 scale precision-engineered model from Franklin Mint Precision Models - the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air®. Authentic in every detail - from its Onyx Black finish with contrasting white roof to the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood - your 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® is certain to be admired by all who see it.

 

In 1954, America was flush with success. Business was booming, families were growing and life was good. And so into this rosy, optimistic time the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® was born. Reflecting the euphoric spirit of the times, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® had robust good looks, speed and spunk - and its commodious interior was perfect for America's growing families.

 

The Bel Air® line had expanded from four body styles in 1953 to five in 1954, with a four-door station wagon added to the lineup. There was an array of extra features such as carpeting, full-wheel discs and an electric clock, but it was the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood that truly separated the Bel Air® from the rest of the pack. Shared by both the Bel Air® and the Corvette®, the "Blue Flame" was a powerplant that displaced 235.5 cubic inches and provided a power rating of 125 bhp at 4,000 rpms with Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission. It was the perfect power for cruising home from a business trip or merging into traffic with a car full of kids.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide

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Artikelnummer: B11F910

1560:- -20% (1950:-)

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1954 Chevrolet Bel Air - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

With its long list of options and five unique body styles, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® delivers performance and dynamic Fifties-era design. Powered by the "Blue Flame Six" spirited performance, this striking Onyx Black and white two-toned precision model is hand assembled from over 100 parts and offered in a strictly Limited Edition of 2,500 pieces worldwide, exclusively through Franklin Mint Precision Models.

 

On the outside, the Bel Air® was handsome. Its two-tone finish was accented by full-length sidespear moldings and a rear double-molding containing the name "Bel Air®." Lavished with chrome on the rocker panel and body belt moldings and fitted with bright gravel guards and rear-wheel fender skirts, the Bel Air® was both practically handsome and stylishly sporty. It was no wonder that Bel Air® remained the top series for 1954.

 

Now, the ultimate family car is re-created in a 1:24 scale precision-engineered model from Franklin Mint Precision Models - the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air®. Authentic in every detail - from its Onyx Black finish with contrasting white roof to the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood - your 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® is certain to be admired by all who see it.

 

In 1954, America was flush with success. Business was booming, families were growing and life was good. And so into this rosy, optimistic time the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® was born. Reflecting the euphoric spirit of the times, the 1954 Chevrolet® Bel Air® had robust good looks, speed and spunk - and its commodious interior was perfect for America's growing families.

 

The Bel Air® line had expanded from four body styles in 1953 to five in 1954, with a four-door station wagon added to the lineup. There was an array of extra features such as carpeting, full-wheel discs and an electric clock, but it was the "Blue Flame" engine under the hood that truly separated the Bel Air® from the rest of the pack. Shared by both the Bel Air® and the Corvette®, the "Blue Flame" was a powerplant that displaced 235.5 cubic inches and provided a power rating of 125 bhp at 4,000 rpms with Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission. It was the perfect power for cruising home from a business trip or merging into traffic with a car full of kids.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide
 

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

 

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

 

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

1999:- -20% (2499:-)

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

 

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