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New Release: WWII German Staff Car

WWII German Staff Car

About the WWII German Staff Car:

The use of military staff cars began during the First World War. Before the invention of the automobile (and the radio), commanders had to remain close to the front when directing troops. The invention of the automobile allowed military leaders to visit the front at their leisure, reducing the risk of harm.

Many German staff cars were custom-built for a specific person. The German companies Mercedes and Horch were often the choice of officials within the Third Reich. The cost of the vehicle was often associated with the importance of the person. Several custom staff cars were armored and contained secret compartments for weapons. The 1939 Horch 930v V8 model was one example of a staff car used by German officials during the war. The total destruction of the German cities in 1945 means that very few of these vehicles still survive today, thus making them extremely valuable to collectors.

Specifications:

  • Make and Model: Horch 930v
  • Engine: V8 3823cc 3.8 L
  • Transmission: 4-speed manual

Additional information about this Brickmania building kit:

The WWII German Staff Car kit comes with the following features

  • Custom-printed German driver minifigure
  • Brick Forge® Garrison Cap with Cockade
  • Custom-printed elements
  • Opening doors
  • High quality sticker pack

All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited-edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.

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