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  • 1:18 CMC 1955 Mercedes Benz 300 SLR Herrmann Signature Edition.


    +$9.95 AUS WIDE Post

    • Limited Edition of 400 Pieces
    • Metal precision model hand-assembled from more than 1,500 single parts
    • True-to-scale body (Mille Miglia racing version)
    • Accurate replication of the space frame in metal
    • Authentically replicated headrest dome in the two-seater model. It forms a single unit with the trunk cover, which opens upwards (for access to the spare wheels
    • The headrest of the one-seater model lies lose on the trunk cover and can flip up independently. The trunk cover opens, as well.
    • Fuel filler concealed in in the driver’s headrest dome. Removable fuel filler cap of stainless steel
    • Functional metal hood rod and rod latch
    • Highly detailed 8-cylinder inclined in-line-engine, complete with aggregates, pipes and cabling
    • Spoked wheels with aluminium rims. Each stainless steel spoke is mounted with a base nipple. Central locking nut for the fastening and removal of wheels (with side-sensitive threads for the two different sides)
    • Accurately-formed horseshoe wind shield. The one-seater model is equipped with an additional metal cover over the co-pilot’s seat.
    • Well-replicated cockpit with textile-covered seat(s) and leather interior
    • Detail-exact dashboard with all instruments and control elements
    • Laterally-placed exhaust pipes made of stainless steel
    • Realistic replication of the front and rear wheel suspension with springs
    • Premium paintwork with accurately positioned starting numbers (tampon printing method)
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    Product Description

    At 7:04 on the morning of May 1, 1955, the 300 SLR with starting number 704 (starting number = starting time) left the launch pad in Brescia, with Hans Herrmann and his co-pilot Hermann Eger behind the wheel to attempt the 22nd championship of the 1,600 km-long Mille Miglia.


    Having covered more than a half of the race, they were forced to retire because the fuel filler cap had come loose, causing a dangerous fuel spill all over the pilots. It was a hard decision, as Herrmann was holding a promising lead at the time CMC has recreated the original Hans Herrmann’s car down to the smallest detail in a limited signature edition.


    This signature edition is limited to only 400 pieces worldwide and is available now.