Volkswagen Beetle 1:43 Prototype 32 Steyr 1933 of Ferdinand Porsche
The model is designed in clay, then a mold made of it and filled with synthetic resin.
It is the prototype of the well-known Volkswagen Beetle.
Why this model?
This model was designed by Ferdinand Porsche. The model is by Dr. Porsche offered at Daimler. However, they were not interested in this design. The model was then produced at the Zundapp factory so that test drives could be made. Zundapp, however, was also no longer interested, and then Dr. Porsche approached by NSU. After a number of tests NSU also stopped the car because they saw more bread in producing more luxurious vehicles.
On a very limited basis (a maximum of 50 pieces) a scale model has been made, in-house, of this prototype. The model is designed by hand. Each model is painted by hand, making the model unique. The design, production, painting and release of this model is Dutch manufacture.
The model is on a plateau. The sizes of this platform are: 9 cm x 5 cm. The height of the whole is 4 cm.
A real collectors item
- Published in-house
- Synthetic resin