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MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160) 3d printed

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MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160) 3d printed
MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160) 3d printed

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MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160) 3d printed
MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160) 3d printed

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MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160)

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Product N2171

| NL | MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160)
De innovatieve en succesvolle MAN 750 HO M11A werd geproduceerd en geleverd van 1962 tot 1974. De Metrobus gold destijds als een moderne stadsbus die was aangepast aan de eisen van die tijd. Wat vooral nieuw was, was de zogenaamde zelfdragende constructie, waarbij het chassis en de carrosserie een eenheid vormden. De 11 meter lange variant "M11A" was de meest voorkomende uitvoering. De hier getoonde Metrobus heeft een gesloten radiatormasker, wat kenmerkend is voor de bussen van de Stadtwerke München. Een aantal van deze metrobussen is bewaard gebleven. Model wordt ongelakt geleverd. Meer informatie en bouwinstructies in het Nederlands op

| D | MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160)
Der innovative und erfolgreiche MAN 750 HO M11A wurde von 1962 bis 1974 produziert und geliefert. Der Metrobus galt seinerzeit als ein moderner, den damaligen Anforderungen angepasster Stadtlinienbus. Neuartig war dabei insbesondere die sogenannte Verbundbauweise, bei der Fahrgestell und Fahrzeugaufbau eine Einheit bildeten. Der 11-Meter-Variant "M11A" war gie gängigste Version.
Die hier gezeigte Metrobus hat ein geschlossener Kühlermaske was markant ist für die Busse der Stadtwerke München. Verschiedene dieser Metrobusse sind erhalten.Modell wird unlackiert geliefert. Mehr Info und Bauhinweis auf Deutsch auf

| UK | MAN 750 HO M11A "München" (N 1:160)
The innovative and successful MAN 750 HO M11A was produced and delivered from 1962 to 1974. At the time, the Metrobus was considered a modern city bus that was adapted to the requirements of the time. What was particularly new was the so-called self-supporting construction, in which the chassis and vehicle body formed a unit. The 11-meter variant "M11A" was the most common version. The Metrobus shown here has a closed radiator grill, which is distinctive for the buses of the Stadtwerke München of Munich. Several of these Metrobuses have been preserved. Model is delivered unpainted. More information and building instructions in English at

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3.57 x 6.99 x 1.83 cm
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