Maisto 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 Cyl 1/18

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Features of Maisto 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 Cyl 1/18

  • Highly detailed precision Die-cast models
  • Metal body and plastic parts
  • Opening doors, Bonnet and Trunk
  • Detailed Interiors and Chassis
  • Full Functional Steering
  • Working Suspension

Specifications of Maisto 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 Cyl 1/18

Model

1952 Citroen 15CV 6 Cyl 

Manufacturer

Maisto

Type

Diecast Scale Model Car

Scale

1:18

Colour

Black

Material

DieCast Metal & Plastic

Approx Dimension in Cms (L x B x H)

26 x 11 x 07

Approx Weight of the product

1000 Gms

Recommended Age

12+ Years

SKU

31821                                              

 

Maisto has reproduced the classic 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 Cyl in Die-cast form re-creating the beauty of the car model. Fine detailing of the car, opening doors, black paint, amazingly captured interior of the car make this a great Auto collectible for collectors or someone who would adore cars. Suitable for a Auto enthusiast this Maisto 1:18 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 cyl Die-cast Scale model car is a great buy.

History of 1952 Citroen 15CV 6 cyl Car Model

The Citroën Traction Avant is an executive car produced by the French manufacturer Citroën from 1934 to 1957. About 760,000 units were produced in the world. The Citroen 15CV Car Model was designed by André Lefèbvre and Flaminio Bertoni in late 1933.

The Citroen 15CV Car Model structure was a welded unitary body / chassis. Most other cars of the era were based on a separate chassis onto which the non-structural body was built. Unitary construction results in a lighter vehicle. The novel design made the car very low-slung relative to its contemporaries – the Citroen 15CV Car Model always possessed a unique look, which went from appearing rakish in 1934 to familiar and somewhat old fashioned by 1955.

The suspension was very advanced for the car's era. The front wheels were independently sprung, using a torsion bar and wishbone suspension arrangement. Citroen 15CV Car Model was considerably lighter than conventional designs of the era, it was capable of 100 km/h and consumed fuel only at the rate of 10 litres per 100 kilometres