The Horch 830BK convertible made in the sensational scale of 1:35 is another set celebrating the history of the automotive industry! The use of elements specially designed for the needs of vehicles makes this COBI model very attractive and it features many surprising details. Particularly noteworthy are precise prints in place of the stickers used in the past. The Horch 830BK model is much shorter than the limousine, which was used by, among others, General De Gaulle.
In the limited edition version, the car is equipped with hubcaps with prints. The model can be displayed on the black brick stand included in the set, on which is a laser engraved brick with the number of the Limited Edition and the name of the vehicle. Another element that distinguishes the set is the limited figure inspired by the famous general and politician of the German Empire, Erich Ludendorff. The whole set is complemented by a paper certificate of authenticity with a handwritten signature of the President of COBI.
Horch is a German automotive company founded at the beginning of the 20th century in Zwickau (Saxony). From the very beginning, Horch cars were characterized by high quality, modern technical solutions and a superior worksmanship. In 1933, the luxury sedan Horch 830 made its debut on the market and became an instant hit. This prompted the manufacturer to release new variants of the car. In the following years, the shortened Horch 830BK and the Horch 830BL with an elongated body also appeared.
- 302 high-quality pieces
- Produced in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition
- Meets the safety standards for products for children
- Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
- Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
- Car model
- 1 figure by Erich Ludendorff
- Prints on hubcaps
- A numbered plate with the name of the vehicle
- A paper certificate of authenticity
Model dimensions (L x H): 12 cm (4.7 “) x 6 cm (2.4”)