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CMC novelty 2018

We are happy to be able to announce our next model-novelty, the CMC Ferrari D50 from 1956.

CMC Ferrari D50

Further model variations will follow still in 2018.

Please take your time to enjoy the descriptions of the different models. (Via the attached links)  Each model does have its own, unique story.

We would be pleased to accept your order by e-mail ( info@cmc-modelcars.de ), by phone 0711-4400799-0 or by Fax 0711-4400799-39.

Or you could order comfortable via our online shop www.cmc-modelcars.de

But don’t hesitate too long, because for example the model M-183 CMC Ferrari GP Italy(Monza) 1956, J.M. Fangio / Peter Collins, Limited Edition 1000 pcs. is already sold out thru pre-orders.

Our unique CMC Bundle with a CMC Lancia D50 and a CMC Ferrari D50 Item No. M-184 enjoys great popularity. This set is still orderable only in a small quantity.

As mentioned we’ll start with the following model:

CMC Ferrari D 50, 1956 – Item No. M-180 – CMC standard version

CMC Ferrari D 50, 1956 – CMC standard version
CMC Ferrari D 50, 1956 – CMC standard version

A Come-Back to Fame and Honor

In addition to financial problems, the tragic death of Alberto Ascari shortly after the 1955 Monaco GP eventually put an end to the ambitious D50 project of Scuderia Lancia. It dashed Giani Lancia’s last hopes to stay in Formula 1 racing, not to mention his old dream of taking the lead.

On July 26, 1955, the Lancia D50 fleet, together with its blue prints and documents, tools and a lot of parts, was turned over to the previous competitor Ferrari. This was an exceptional stroke of luck for Enzo Ferrari, as Scuderia Ferrari suddenly acquired a powerful means of racing that had more than demonstrated its worth from 1954 onwards. Furthermore, the former chief designer of the Lancia D50, Viktorio Jano, also joined Scuderia Ferrari.

Ferrari re-designed the Lancia in several ways. It was a process teeming with innovative improvements that would lead the new D50s from one major victory to another. Here is a list of the modifications that mattered:

  • The two side tanks, each positioned between the front and rear wheels and mounted independently of the body torso, are replaced by a single tank in the rear of the vehicle, behind the driver's seat.
  • The space that used to be occupied by two side tanks is now covered under the side panels of torso bodywork that assume the shape of a curvious surface on each lateral side.
  • Also under the cover of the bodywork are the exhaust pipes -- four on each side, which are bundled and made to protrude out of an opening before the rear wheel on each side. They help generate the deafening roars that are typical of a Ferrari.
  • Maxium engine output is increased to a whopping 265 horsepower, and adjustment is allowed in connection with cylinder heads, valve timing, and pistons, etc.
  • The two external oil coolers beside the cockpit are gone and replaced by a tube oil cooler installed in the front of the radiator. The oil tank at the very end of the tail is retained in the same place.
  • Last but not the least, minor changes are made to the spaceframe and wheel suspensions (e.g. the transverse leaf spring on the rear axle moved upwards).
  • The tires are switched to the Englebert brand.

Consequently, a new D50 was born. M-180 introduces a standard replica of this new D50 with a short nose. A different version of the new D50 will be introduced with a long nose, such as the one racing in the GP of Germany 1956 at the Nürburgring.

After Mercedes withdrew from racing at the end of 1955, Juan Manuel Fangio had to look for a new job. Ferrari welcomed him with open arms. By recruiting several more well-known drivers, including Luigi Musso and Eugenio Castellotti from Italy and Peter Collins from England, Scuderia Ferrari formed a top-notch team to race its new D50s in the 1956 Grand Prix season.

Altogether Ferrari won five Grand Prix victories in 1956, and by the end of the GP season, Juan Manuel Fangio, who had scored the most points in a Ferrari D50, clinched his fourth World Championship of Drivers.

CMC Ferrari D50 - GP season

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50 – Item No. M-181 – Grand Prix of Germany, 1956 - J.M. Fangio #1 (Longnose), Winner, Limited Ed. 1.500 Pieces

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix of Germany, 1956

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50 – Item No. M-182 - Grand Prix of France, 1956 - Peter Collins # 14, Winner, Limited Edition 1.500 Pieces

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix of France

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50 – Item No. M-183 - Grand Prix of Italy ( Monza ) , 1956 - J.M. Fangio / Peter Collins # 26, limited 1.000 pcs

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix of Italy SOLD OUT BILD !!!

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Bundle - Item No. M-184 - CMC Lancia D50 and CMC Ferrari D50 - Available Only as a Bundle, Consisting of 2 Models

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix Turin/Italy

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix Belgiun

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50 - Item No. M-185 - Grand Prix of Germany, 1956 - Peter Collins # 2 (Longnose), Limited Ed. 1.000 Pieces

CMC Ferrari D50 -  Grand Prix of Germany, 1956

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50, Shortnose - Item No. M-197 - Grand Prix of Great Britain, 1956 - Juan Manuel Fangio #1, Winner, Limited Edition 1.000 Pieces

CMC Ferrari D50 - Grand Prix of Great Britain, 1956

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Lucky Set 2018 - Item No. M-201 - “Fangio“ Commemorative Edition, Limited 200 Sets with Showcase and Figurine

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Fangio 1

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Fangio 2

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Fangio 3

This special edition consists of the following three winning racing cars, each with Fangio at the wheel in 1956. Background information can be found in the individual model descriptions.
- CMC Ferrari D50, Longnose # 1, Winne, GP of Germany
- CMC Ferrari D50, Shortnose # 1, Winner, GP of United Kingdom
- CMC Ferrari D50, Shortnose # 26, Runner-Up, GP of Italy (Monza)

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Lucky Set 2018 – Item No. M-202 - “Collins“ Commemorative Edition, Limited 200 Sets with a Showcase and Figurine

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Collins 1

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Collins 2

CMC Ferrari D50 - Commemorative Edition Collins 3

This special edition consists of the following three winning racing cars, each with Collins at the wheel in 1956. Background information can be found in the individual model descriptions.
- CMC Ferrari D50, Shortnose #14, GP of France, Winner
- CMC Ferrari D50, Longnose #2, GP of Germany, Runner-Up
- CMC Ferrari D50, Shortnose #26, GP of Italy (Monza), Runner-Up

For more information click the attached link.

CMC Ferrari D50
Item.No. Modeldescription SRP Availaility
M-180 CMC Ferrari D50, 1956 497,00 € Sofort
M-181 CMC Ferrari D50, long nose, GP Germany #1 Fangio, Limited Edition 1,500 pcs. 499,00 € August 2018
M-182 CMC Ferrari D50,GP France #14 Collins, Limited Edition 1,500 pcs. 499,00 € 2018
M-183 CMC Ferrari D50, 1956 GP Italy ( Monza) #26 Collins/Fangio, Limited Edition 1,000 pcs. Sold out 2018
M-184 CMC Bundle:
CMC Ferrari D50, (yellow) GP Belgium #20 A. Pilette + CMC Ferrari D50 (red) GP Turin #6 Ascari
Limited Edition 1,000 pcs.
955,00 € 2018
M-185 CMC Ferrari D50, long nose GP Germany #2 Collins, Limited Edition 1,000 pcs. 499,00 € 2018
M-197 CMC Ferrari D50, GP England #1 Fangio, Limited Edition 1,000 pcs. 499,00 € 2018
M-201 CMC Lucky Set 2018 "Fangio": CMC Ferrari D50 long nose GP Germany #1 Fangio + CMC Ferrari D50 short nose GP England #1 Fangio + CMC Ferrari D50 short nose GP Italy #26 Collins/Fangio + Showcase + Figurine, Limited Edition 200 pcs. 1495,00 € 2018
M-201 CMC Lucky Set 2018 "Collins": CMC Ferrari D50 short nose GP France #14 Collins + CMC Ferrari D50 long nose GP Germany #2 Collins + CMC Ferrari D50 short nose GP Italy #26 Collins/Fangio + Showcase + Figurine, Limited Edition 200 pcs. 1495,00 € 2018

Craftsmanship in perfection:
Production of the CMC Ferrari D50

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CMC-News - Juli 2018

The Archetype of a Whole Era
CMC Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix, 1924

Scale 1:18 / Item.No.: M-063

Ettore Bugatti, born in Milan September 15th, 1881. Already in his young years, he founded his own factory in Molsheim / Alsace. Within few years everybody in the still young world of the automobile was talking about the „Genius of Molsheim“.

For Ettore Bugatti, building cars was simply a matter of seeking perfection or, in other words, a kind of art which had to be presented in an aesthetic way.

CMC Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix, 1924

Ettore Bugatti belongs without a doubt to the most ingenious designing engineers in automobile history. Already one of the first creations of the so-called „Le Patron“, the Bugatti Type 35“, became a technical masterpiece.

It became a classic and the source of inspiration for many further racing- and sports cars.

In 1924 the Type 35 started an era. Bugatti dominated the motorsport scene for seven years. Something that didn´t happened before and probably will never again.

CMC wants to contribute its part to that success story of immense technical and aesthetic fascination. We like to present our replication of the Type 35 Grand Prix as a highly detailed 1:18 scale model.

926 single parts, a lot of experience and love to detail were necessary to create the Grand Prix racing version (without a spare wheel) of that Bugatti - the famous brand with its prominent horseshoe formed radiator grille.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Original gestaltetes Armaturenbrett

Steering wheel with metal spokes and a cord-wrapped rim.
Authentically replicated dashboard in a metallic finish of geometric brush markings and complete with instruments and a magneto for fuel ignition.
Movable lever for the cockpit-hand oil pump.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Armaturenbrett in Sonnenschliffoptik

Metal body screws custom-made in the famous Bugatti style. All body screws are positioned true to the original and secured by a stainless steel wire.
A handmade masterpiece

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Karosserieschrauben aus Metall
CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Metallräder
CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Räder abnehmbar

Removable wheel with an authentic four-winged ring nut (each wheel assembled from 35 single parts)
Spoke wheel and ripped brakedrum are in intrinsically tied unit.

Compact front axle of metal. Painted in a dark silver finish.
Radiator grill and stone-chipping protection grille made of metal.
Fully functional metal compound springs at the front and rear axle.
Friction shock absorber on the front axle.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Metall Vorderachse

A true original recreated steering box with worm gear.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Lenkradgehäuse

Radiator grill and stone-chipping protection grille made of metal.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Kühlergrill

Highly detailed 8-cylinder in-line-engine, including all mounting foot, cabling and pipes.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Reihenmotor
CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Reihenmotor mit Anbauaggregaten
CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - fertig

Authentic and true to scale formed body, movable gearshift- and handbrake lever lying outside.
Handbrake lever activates rear wheel brake tape over a steel cable winch.

CMC Bugatti Type 35

Technical Data of the Original Vehicle

8-cylinder in-line engine (double block ,each with 4-cylinders) - Overhead camshaft, 3 valves per each cylinder - 2x Zenith horizontal carburettor -Bore x stroke: 60 x 88 mm - Displacement: 1,991 ccm -Maximum output: approx. 95 hp at 6,000 rpm -Top speed: approx. 180 km/h - Wheel base: 2,400 mm - Track front / rear: 1,200 mm - Total length: 3,700 mm - Seats: 2

In some cases copyright for certain images has been granted only occasionally for CMC and its advertising materials. Any use beyond the time frame may have legal consequences as a violation of such copyright rights. All cited trademarks, product names, company names and logos are the sole property of their respective owners. Some of the images shown here are prototypes, to which we reserve the right to make changes. All stated delivery dates are not binding. Prices are subject to change.

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 Grand Prix
Nation Color Project

Scale 1:18 / Item.No.: M-100- B001 – B-016

The black and white pictures in the contemporary archives, however, fail to do justice to all the colourful race cars of the 1920s and 1930s. Since rules dictated back then that each participating team must have its car(s) donned in a finish of nation-specific colour(s), the starting field typically presented a fantastic, colourful scene.

CMC presents these colorful race cars in a model series that is UNIQUE in this form. Please place your order immediately, all models are limited!

M-100-B001

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Italy-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Italy-
Limitid Edition 800 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B002 SOLD OUT

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - England-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – England-
Limitid Edition 2.000 pcs
Sold out

M-100-B003

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Poland-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Poland-
Limitid Edition 2.000 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B004

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - France-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – France-
Limitid Edition 1.000 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B005

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Germany-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Germany-
Limitid Edition 800 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B006

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - USA-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – USA-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B007

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Monaco-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Monaco-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B008

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Belgium-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Belgium-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
In Stock

M-100-B009

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Portugal-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Portugal-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B010

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Netherlands-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Netherlands-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B011

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Sweden-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Sweden-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B012 SOLD OUT

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Switzerland-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Switzerland-
Limitid Edition 300 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B013

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Argentinia-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Argentinia-
Limitid Edition 500 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B014 SOLD OUT

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Hungary-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Hungary-
Limitid Edition 300 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B015 SOLD OUT

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Chile-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Chile-
Limitid Edition 300 pcs
Coming soon

M-100-B016

CMC Bugatti Typ 35 - Spain-Limited Edition

CMC Bugatti T35 – Spain-
Limitid Edition 2.000 pcs
In Stock

 

It was the motor-sports-craving France that inaugurated the first “Grand Prix” race in 1906. Following the end of WWI, other countries began to host the so-called “Great Prices” races, as well. With the popularity of “Grand Prix” growing in the world, it soon became synonymous with international motor racing.

Bugatti dominated the motor racing era from the mid twenties up to the early thirties with the Type 35. In this era women dared to sit behind the same racing car wheel as the famed male driver heroes were turning. They cleverly understood how to obtain acceptance in the racing world and they got kudos from their collegues for their lion hearts.

While developing the Bugatti Nation Color Project we took a deeper look behind the black and white curtains of the historic motor sports era. The racing world of the mid twenties to the thirties was thoroughly dominated by famous race drivers like Bubi and Karle. The race teams often also had gentleman drivers also financing the whole racing activities.

Girlpower at the steering wheel. this was far away from being the generally accepted routine. It was wholly sensational.

Two woman race drivers had been especially in the spot light back then – the young French born former Moulin Rouge dancer „Helle´- Nice“ and the Czech born, outstandingly talented banker´s wife Elisabeth Junek. Both drivers highly appreciated the den Bugatti type 35 and were able to handle this car brilliantly and sucessfully.

We hope having raised your expectations regarding the outstanding vita and racing career of the mentioned female racing drivers. You may research the full stories using the quotation notes at the end of our Bugatti Type 35 article.

Each CMC Colour Nation Bugatti model is individual characterized by the respective "country color" Numberplate and fictional race number. Likewise, different leather colors as well the movable driver's windshield with leather apron or protective grid.

Model Description

  • Hand-assembled metal precision model made of more than 930 single parts
  • Authentic replication of the body, crafted true to scale
  • Side-mounted spare wheel, fastened with leather belts
  • Compact front axle of metal. Painted in a dull silver finish
  • Front wheel suspension in a typical Bugatti slanting position with positive wheel camber
  • Two-winged engine hood with perforated cooling louver. Hinged opening mechanism and two fastening leather belts
  • Metal chassis with ventilation slots perforated in the lower part of the car body longitudinally
  • Radiator grill and stone-chipping protection fence made of metal
  • Fully functional metal compound springs at the front and rear axle
  • Removable two-winged tank cap made of stainless steel
  • Highly detailed 8-cylinder in-line-engine, including all aggregates, cabling and pipes
  • The gearshift and handbrake lever outside of the cockpit allows for operational movement symbolically
  • Fitted rear view mirror fixed with acorn nuts
  • True-to-the-original replication of the steering box with worm gear
  • Double exhaust pipes made of metal
  • The metal starting crank handle can turn and rotate
  • True-to-the-original metal wheels with an aluminum assemblage, including the flange-mounted finned drum
  • Removable wheel with an authentic four-winged ring nut (each wheel assembled from 35 single parts)
  • Different tyre patterns for the front- and rear wheels
  • Seats and backrest are covered in real black leather
  • Steering wheel with metal spokes and a cord-wrapped rim
  • Authentically replicated dashboard in a metallic finish of geometric brush markings and complete with instruments and a magneto for fuel ignition.
  • Movable lever for the cockpit-hand oil pump

Special feature: Metal body screws custom-made in the famous Bugatti style. All body screws are positioned true to the original and secured by a stainless steel wire.

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Jedes Einzelne CMC Modell zeichnet sich durch seine jeweilige „Länderfarbe“ und fiktiver Startnummer / kennzeichen aus. Ebenso sind unterschiedliche Lederfarben, sowie eine bewegliche r-Windschutzscheibe mit Lederschürze oder beweglichem Schutzgitter auf der Fahrerseite anzutreffen. Auch gibt es Modelle mit oder ohne Rückspiegel sowie Modelle mit oder ohne Fernthermometer auf dem Kühlerverschlußdeckel.

Technical Data of the Original Vehicle

  • Overhead camshaft, 3 valves for each cylinder
  • 2x Zenith horizontal carburetor
  • Bore x stroke: 60 x 88 mm
  • Displacement: 1,991 ccm
  • Maximum output: approx. 95 hp at 6,000 rpm
  • Top speed: approx. 180 km/h
  • Wheel base: 2,400 mm
  • Track front / rear: 1,200 mm
  • Total length: 3,700 mm
  • Seats: 2
Article Model UVP  
B-001 CMC Bugatti T35 Italy - Limited Edition 800 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-002 CMC Bugatti T35 England - Limited Edition 2000 pcs. - 332,00 € Sold out
B-003 CMC Bugatti T35 Poland - Limited Edition 2000 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-004 CMC Bugatti T35 France - Limited Edition 1000 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-005 CMC Bugatti T35 Germany - Limited Edition 800 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-006 CMC Bugatti T35 USA - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-007 CMC Bugatti T35 Monaco - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-008 CMC Bugatti T35 Belgium - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-009 CMC Bugatti T35 Portugal - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-010 CMC Bugatti T35 Netherlands - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-011 CMC Bugatti T35 Sweden - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-012 CMC Bugatti T35 Switzerland - Limited Edition 300 pcs. - 332,00 € Sold out
B-013 CMC Bugatti T35 Argentinia - Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock
B-014 CMC Bugatti T35 Hungary - Limited Edition 300 pcs. - 332,00 € Sold out
B-015 CMC Bugatti T35 Chile - Limited Edition 300 pcs. - 332,00 € Sold out
B-016 CMC Bugatti T35 Spain - Limited Edition 2000 pcs. - 332,00 € In Stock

In some cases copyright for certain images has been granted only occasionally for CMC and its advertising materials. Any use beyond the time frame may have legal consequences as a violation of such copyright rights. All cited trademarks, product names, company names and logos are the sole property of their respective owners. Some of the images shown here are prototypes, to which we reserve the right to make changes. All stated delivery dates are not binding. Prices are subject to change.

Quellennachweis Elisabeth Junek

1. H-G Conway (January 1, 1968), Grand Prix Bugatti. Bentley Publishers

2. Auto Veteran Company (October 14, 2016), “Famous Racing Drivers -- Eliška Junková”. AVC
http://www.auto-veteran.com/index.php/en/latest-news/item/329-eliska-junkova-1900-1994-en

3. Johan Buchner (December 13, 2008), “The Junek Racers”. Forum: The French Bugattis
http://www.bugattibuilder.com/forum/search.php?st=0&sk=t&sd=d&sr=posts&keywords=junek

4. Rachel H-G (April 19, 2016), “La Journée Féminine de l’Automobile .” Speedqueens
http://speedqueens.blogspot.com/2016/04/la-journee-feminine-de-lautomobile.html

5. Mark Prince (March 7, 2014) “Bugatti Confirms Last Veyron ‘Legends’ Release Dates”. R&T
https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a7292/bugatti-confirms-final-veyron-legends/

6. Wikipedia (May 28, 2018), “Elizabeth Junek (Eliška Junková).” Wikipedia Foundation, Inc.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliška_Junková

Quellen

1. Miranda Seymour (New Edition February 7, 2005), The Bugatti Queen. Simon & Schuster

2. Anamera (August 19, 2014), “Bugatti 35 Grand Prix”. Anamera Reference No. 289115
http://www.finecars.cc/en/detail/car/289115/index.html?

3. Beaulieu (January 7, 2016), “Women in Motorsport and Social History: Hellé Nice.” Beaulier
https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/news/women-in-motorsport-social-history-helle-nice/

4. Rachel H-G (April 19, 2016), “La Journée Féminine de l’Automobile .” Speedqueens
http://speedqueens.blogspot.com/2016/04/la-journee-feminine-de-lautomobile.html

5. Martin Williamson (March 8, 2011), “Hellé Nice: The Queen of Speed”. ESPN
5. http://en.espnf1.com/f1/motorsport/story/6716.html


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