The Mercedes-Benz W154 was introduced with a brand new V12 engine that produced a staggering 485 hp. The 5-speed transmission was mounted directly on the Dion rear axle. Little did anyone know that the Mercedes-Benz W154 would go on to dominate the 1938 and 1939 Grand Prix season.
With a fleet of the Mercedes-Benz W154 Caracciola, Lang, von Brauchitsch and Seaman of the Daimler-Benz team began piling up victories, one after the other.
In 1938 Caracciola drove the Mercedes-Benz W154 to a European Champion. At the French Grand Prix on the 3rd of July, 1938, the Mercedes-Benz W154 gained a rare a triple victory: von Brauchitsch came in first, Caracciola second and Hermann Lang third. In 1939 Hermann Lang became European Champion with the now iconic Mercedes-Benz W 154.
Model Car Details
Radiator grill made of fine, hand-drawn wires, soldered individually
Hand-assembled from more than 500 parts
Windscreen can be folded down
Removable engine hood
Perfectly replicated and detailed engine
Punched brake drums
Spoke wheels with hand-drawn individually fitted wires
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