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GP-REPLICAS - MERCEDES BENZ - F1 W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION

Scale: 1/18 Code: GP015B Colour: SILVER Material: resin Notes: F1 WORLD CHAMPION LIMITED 500 ITEMS
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GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS GP015B Scale 1/18  MERCEDES BENZ F1  W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION SILVER

GP-REPLICAS - MERCEDES BENZ - F1 W196 N 10 WINNER BELGIUM GP JUAN MANUEL FANGIO 1955 WORLD CHAMPION

Scale: 1/18 Code: GP015B Colour: SILVER Material: resin Notes: F1 WORLD CHAMPION LIMITED 500 ITEMS
Vat Inc. €249.95

Mercedes dominated the 1955 Formula 1 world championship. The German team faced the season with an exceptional car, the W196, and a top level drivers team, with Fangio, Moss, Herrmann and Kling. Ferrari, Lancia, Maserati and Gordini were unable to tackle an exceptional Fangio, who won the championship with 40 points, ahead of teammate Moss with 23. That year Mercedes managed to dominate also in the prototype category, beating the Italian teams at the Mille Miglia with a Stirling Moss in great shape. After the successes of 1955, Mercedes retired from racing.

By David Tarallo