Autoart - 1:18 - Porsche 356 Nr:1 Silver - Gmünd 1948 - Mint Boxed - Limited Edition

Description
Autoart - 1:18 - Porsche 356 Nr:1 Silver - Gmünd 1948 - Mint Boxed - Limited Edition
New - In original box

Porsche 356 Nr:1 Silver 1948.

The Porsche 356 was designed in Gmünd, to which Ferdinand Porsche had moved during the Second World War. The Porsche 356 was designed by Ferry Porsche, the son of Ferdinand Porsche. The bodywork was designed by Porsche employee Erwin Komenda. The mechanical parts, including the engine, shock absorber and chassis, were built by Volkswagen. The first Porsche 356 was certified on 8 June 1948 in the Austrian town of Gmünd. The Porsche 356 built in Gmünd was made of aluminium, until production moved to the German town of Stuttgart in 1950. After that, steel was used until 1965.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Brand
Autoart
Scale
1:18
Marque/Model Type
Porsche 356 Nr:1 Silver - Gmünd 1948
Additional Information
Mint Boxed - Limited Edition
Model
Sports car
Colour
Silver
Material
White Metal
Condition
New
Packaging
In original box
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