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Minature Racing Car
The Authentic Models Siberpfeil is a detailed replica of a 1930s child’s toy. Its original makers were the legendary Dooling Brothers, who manufactured around 1000 units at the time. They were ordered to aficionados of the famous Dooling spindizzies, miniature motorized race cars that reached very high speeds. They were closely modeled on the famous Mercedes Silver Arrows of the early 1930s, and originals are now rare and prized by collectors.
This replica model is constructed from a hand polished aluminium body, with a faux leather seat and rubber tires. A beautiful model that ships in a special gift box - it makes for the perfect present for a car enthusiast, and is a welcome addition to a vintage car collection. Alternatively, it could be used as a fascinating desk accessory in a sophisticated office.
Grown Boys' Toys
The 1930s saw the rise of model racecars, known as spindizzies or tether cars. Hobbyists built minature racecars and raced them around small tracks. Brilliantly detailed, they were fantastic toys, but they were also more than that - they were works of art, representing the best pioneering technology of the era. Authentic Models have produced a wonderful selection of model racecars, grown boys' toys of the 1940s and 1950s. Transport yourself back to the entertainment of the time, before TV sets, mobile phones and iPads changed peoples' hobbies for good.
Product Code: PC014 Brand: Authentic Models Material: Aluminium Colour: Silver
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