From 1905, the South German Automobile Factory Gaggenau (SAG) built the world's first "petrol engine" fire-engine. In 1912 SAG was completely taken over by Benz. The model shown is a 1911 fire-engine and similar vehicles were used until the 1960's (epoch I-III). The model is very rich in detail including rotating reels, ladders, bell, chain drive, storage wheels and fittings and nozzles for the fire hoses, ten crew members. N2031 consists of 14 unpainted parts. This makes it possible to paint or change the model in detail. Model is delivered unpainted. Dimensions: 46.6 x 14.0 x 19.1 mm
This RAILNSCALE product was manufactured by DM-Toys in Germany in the usual RAILNSCALE quality.
The highly detailed parts are made of plastic in the 3D printing process and are delivered unpainted. The kits can be processed and painted with standard tools and colors (eg with Revell Email or Revell Aqua Color). The best results are achieved with a primer before painting. Visit www.railnscale.com for building instructions and crafting tips.
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