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1/43 PZInz 403 Lux-Sport 1936 Black

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This item is a completed plastic or resin display car model.   Click here for sizing chart.

Limited to 333 pieces! In the early 1930s, the Polish government was concerned that the domestic car market was dominated by foreign manufacturers. They commissioned Panstwowe Zaklady Inzynierii (PZInz for short) to produce a domestic luxury passenger car. After a short development time of only five months, technical drawings were created for the 403 Lux-Sport. Aleksander Rummel and Mieczyslaw Debicki were in charge of the project, with additional contributions from Professor Stanislaw Panczakiewicz, who incorporated aerodynamic aspects in the vehicle's design. The four-door Lux-Sport looks very much like an evolution of the VW Beetle. It was tested until 1939 before mass production, but it was canceled due to the outbreak of WWII, and the sole surviving example is now at the Warsaw Technical Museum. You need this completed resin display model in your collection -- order yours today!

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February 2020
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