MFH 1/43 model car kit K763 Bugatti Type 35 (1929/30): New release (12-2020) from the Japanese company MODEL FACTORY HIRO. Multimaterial kit with superior quality: perfectly produced white metal parts, photo etched parts, Decals, turned and milled parts, fine resin castings and many other components. Detailed engine, graphical instructions in English / Japanese. Kit complete "Made in Japan" - no China-product!
The Type35 was a race car designed by Ettore Bugatti, founder of the Bugatti brand that started business as an automobile maker in 1909 in the Alsace region (now France). It ran on an overhead cam straight-eight engine. Along with a unique brake drum, aluminum wheels casted as a single piece, and unique leaf spring used for the suspensions, the Type 35 packed various new and innovative designs as thought up by Ettore himself. First appearing in 1924, the Type 35 performed strongly in various situations, allowing it to take many victories during its time. In 1929 it managed to win first place in the first ever Monaco GP that took place in Monte Carlo. It continued to perform strongly in the following year and managed a one-two finish in the second Monaco GP. It also managed to win Targa Florio for five years straight between the years of 1925 to 1929. Within the participants of the 1928 Targa Florio was one of the greatest female drivers, Eliška Junková (also known as Elizabeth Junek), the driver for the #58 Type 35. Nicknamed “Queen of the Steering Wheel”, she was known to have competed and bested the greatest male drivers of her time. While she did not win the 1928 Targo Florio, she managed to compete evenly against famous drivers such as Louis Chiron, Luigi Fagioli and Tazio Nuvolari. She was also in the lead partway during the race. In the past few years Bugatti has released various new supercars with model names such as “Divo” and “Chiron”, based off famous Bugatti drivers. Among such models is an “Elizabeth Junek” edition, paying respect to her successes in the motorsport world.
- a full detailed, multi-material kit featuring white metal, etching, rubber tires and decals allowing for maximum representation of the original vehicle.
- front bonnet can be removed, allowing full view of the detailed interior after completion.
K763 - Ver.A :
1929 Monaco GP Winner #12 William Grover-Williams
1930 Monaco GP Winner #22 René Dreyfus
1930 Monaco GP 2nd #18 Louis Chiron
- three variations buildable including the first ever winner of the Monaco Grand Prix in 1929 #12 as driven by William Grover-Williams, the first place winner of the 1930 Monaco Grand Prix #22 driven by René Dreyfus and the second place winner of the same race #18 driven by Louis Chiron. Parts for the tire rack used by car #12 and tonneau cover used on the side cockpit for car #22 are also included.
Attention:this item is no toy and it is not suitable for children below 14 years!
|Shipping weight:||3,00 Kg|