Stromlinien-Limousine | Article No. 19041

Reproduction Model Automobile.

Prototype: Streamlined Coupé from the 1930s.

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Reproduction Model Automobile.
Reproduction Model Automobile.

Most Important Facts

Article No. 19041
Era II
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  • Reproduction as an authentic design.
  • Ready-to-run model made of metal.
  • Exclusive paint job.
  • Product description

    Model: Ready-to-run model in a scale of about 1:16. The chassis and bodywork are made of metal. The shape, technical construction, and dimensions are the same as the 1101 C Basic Chassis Construction Set and the 1103 Add-On Bodywork Construction Set with the 1109 M windup motor, and the 1110 B Headlight Set. The windup mechanism is connected to the rear axle by means of a cardan shaft. The steering works and can be locked in place. The headlights will light up (AA battery, not included). The driver's door can be opened. The car has interior details with a driver's seat, dashboard, and steering wheel. The car has an exclusive paint job typical of the 1930s. The radiator grill and bumpers are bright nickel plated. Certificate of authenticity included. Length 37.5 cm / 14-3/4".

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    One-time series.

  • Publications

    - Product programme 2007/2008 - New items brochure 2007
  • Prototype information

    Timelessly Beautiful Sport Coupe for Sale. The Märklin automobile / truck construction sets were in the Märklin catalog from 1933 to 1955. You could assemble a "new car" à la carte from the construction set program: All of the bodywork design fit on a universal chassis in a scale of 1:16 - from the sports car to the tank truck, from the race car to the fire truck. A mechanism and an electrical system could be installed later - the final assembly took place at home. The "Streamlined Limousine" had the most modern design, a sporty vehicle that today would be called a "Coupe". Streamlined shape, elegant two-tone paint job, and bright chrome parts provided the spirit of the times both in the building of the real life automobile and in the construction of the model automobile. This automobile, carefully manufactured now as a regular production model, not only represents a piece of Märklin tradition, it also is a tangible document of the exciting history of the automobile.


ATTENTION: not for children under 3 years