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Schuco 450017000 – VW T2 a Porsche modèle de collection, camions, 1 : 18
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- Couleur : Auto : rouge
- Marque (véhicule) : Volkswagen
- Moyen de transport : Oldtimer
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The Volkswagen van has gotten a lot of ink in our pages as of late, mostly because the hallowed Kombi has been much replicated in scale. Now Schuco is in on the game with this Type 2a work truck, deco'd as a Porsche service van.
It's a nice model all around, with absolutely rock solid build and impressively straight panel fit; I only wish I had a ball bearing small enough to roll around the door seams like they used to do in those luxury car commercials. The paint is a flawless, and the lettering has been done mostly in high grade white tampos - a very tough color to strike over red. No sweat here; Schuco's pulled it off really well. Great lensing and glazing, crisp tamped-on aluminum-look trim around the windows, and photoetched wiper arms with detail painted blades set the little hauler off very nicely.
The cabin's really neat, mostly because of the lenses on the dash gauges and the believable textures cast into the soft-touch seats and vinyl floor; the area under the binnacle has been cast to replicate all the inner air ducts and second-wall stampings worn by the real bus. The steering wheel looks just right, too, as do the pedals, the tall, thin shifter, and the crisply cast, detail painted door panels and headliner.
These things are caves on wheels; slide the side door back and there's a huge, flat-floored cargo area. Open the top rear door for another view, and access to the elevated area at the very rear. If you're feeling goosey, you can pull the spare tire out of its recess to the left. Haul the engine cover open and you'll find a tidy, nicely built and wired up model of the Transporter's horizontally-opposed four cylinder, air-cooled engine.
If you want some insight into Schuco's design ethos, have a look below. Though the model's foundation is mostly done in a black plastic casting (with added-on lower engine pieces), the load bearing front and rear axles have been cast in metal, media tumbled, and painted. It's as if Schuco knows a model's got to last a while; maybe even get played with every now and then. With close to a hundred years of toy making under its belt, that's a lesson this company probably picked up quite a while ago. This is a sweet little truck. - CRM
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