An early chain driven vehicle

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This model vehicle is inspired by the “Motorwagen” three-wheeler manufactured in 1886 by Karl Benz,  considered the first petrol-powered vehicle. Driven by an engine placed sideways behind the seats, with chains sending power to the wheels, it could reach a top speed of 15 kilometers per hour. Around 25 Patent Motorwagens were built originally, the latest in 1893, although production has resumed more recently as Mercedes-Benz has made some replicas for museums which work exactly the same as the original ones.

This model comes with some accessories – the oil can, drip tray, toolbox, spanner and hammer, and it is shown in the pictures with the garage workbench and Bob the handyman which are available to buy separately – This listing is for the vehicle, and loose accessories only.

MODEL MEASURES: 160mm long x 85mm wide x 100mm high (approxinmately)

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