Mercedes-Benz SSK, 1930, Lim 1000

1:18 Scale Replica by CMC

Model details:
Hand-mounted metal precision model of 1885 parts
Authentically replicated and precisely scale car body
True-to-the-original replicated of the light-weight steel frame with original bore hole pattern
Metal cooler grill with rock-protection
Double-leaf engine hood that opens from the right and left sides and is secured by a leather belt
Functional hingers of the engine hood coiled with prings
Vivacious miniaturisation of the 6-cylinder-inline engine with all aggregates, pipelines and cabeling
Right-sided exhaust pipes made of flexible metal-hoses
Masterly-crafted spoke wheels with aluminium-rims and stainless-steel spokes wired by hand
Knock-off screws that enable the removal and fastening of wheels
Removable spare wheels fastened by a toggle screw behind the cookpit
Functional and authentically-replicated multi-layer metal compound spring on the front and rear axels
Filler-neck with removable tank top made of stainless steel
Steering wheel covered with genuine leather
Both levers on the steering wheel (hand-accelerating an ignition timing) are movable
True-to-the-original presentation of the cockpit, including both seats covered with leather and a nicely replicated dashboard with all instruments and control gadgets
Movable windscreen for driver and co-driver
Finned brake drums, created like the original with a fuel reserve can and a tool-box made of wood with a movable cover (mini tools inside)
Folded top-cover wrapped up in a leather case and fixed by several leather-belts (not movable)
Description of the original vehicle:
The Mercedes-Benz supercharged sports cars of the types S/SS/SSK/SSKL were used at all kinds of world-famous racing events between 1927 and 1933, such as Grand Prix races, long-distance or endurance races, and mountain climb competitions. They might be affectionately called "invincible monsters" or by a nickname like "white elephant".
The abbreviation system S/SS/SSK/SSKL (Super-Sport-Short-Light, a coinage added after 1931) was adopted by Mercedes-Benz to designate the individual developmental stages of its sports cars, each equipped with a robust 7.1 liter inline six-cylinder supercharged engine. A long list of famous pilots is closely associated with these powerful machines, and among them are Rudolf Caracciola, Manfred von Brauchitsch, Hans Stuck, Carlos Zatuszek and Bernd Rosemeyer.
The SSK/SSKL types, in particular, constituted a highlight of the legendary S-series that has left a continuing impact on the Mercedes-Benz marque. One may say, some cars belong to today as much as they did to yesterday, and they are virtually timeless.

CMC Legal Disclaimer
The use of racing team and/or driver names, symbols, starting numbers, and/or descriptions is solely for reference purposes. Unless otherwise stated, it does not imply that the CMC scale model is a product of any of these racing teams/drivers or endorsed by any of them.

Technical data of the original vehicle:
Six cylinder in-line-engine with overhead camshaft
Compressor that can be activated when required
Displacement:7,056 ccm
Output without compressor: 240 hp at 3.300 rpm
Output with activated compressor: 300 hp at 3.300 rpm
Top speed:235 km/h
Wheel base:2,950 mm
Total length:4,250 mm
Track front:1,470 mm
Track rear:1,460 mm

This item is a Pre-Order! That means it is still in production and we do not yet know shipping costs. Please note that by placing this order your deposit is non-refundable unless the manufacturer cancels production. 

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All sixth scale figures and many more items come double-boxed automatically when purchased through Secret Compass! Most other dealers will slap a label right on the cardboard shipper and ship that way with no protection. Secret Compass recognizes the value in your collectible figure and we always double-box the cardboard shipper, which comes fresh out of a master case so it shows no sign of shipping before it ships to you.

This item is still in pre-order and we do not know what the final shipping costs will be.

Because the item in still production, we do not know the final weight or dimensions, or even how many boxes there will be. Therefore, we cannot give you an accurate quote. Actual shipping rates will be determined when the item is in stock, and will be reflected on your final invoice.

The following are reasonable estimates for shipping based on the size/weight of various figures:

1/6 or 1/10 Scale Figures

Domestic: $10-$18
International: $45-$75

1/4 Scale (Premium Format Figures)

Domestic: $20-$30
International: $95-$175

1/3 Scale (Prime 1)

Domestic: $35-$50
International: $120-$220

1/2 Scale (Prime 1, Legendary Scale)

Domestic: $50-$80
International: $280-$480

Please note that size can vary greatly between different figures, and the above are only estimates based on figures we have seen in the past.

These estimates are by no means a guarantee of your final shipping cost - your final cost could be less or more!

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