Wiking 7846 John Deere 7310R with Duals 1/32

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Numerous functional details create enthusiasm

Diverse moveable functions imitate the everydayWith the John Deere 7310R, WIKING managed to produce a 1:32-scale model that offers the highest level of detail. The front and rear tyres have a strong, agricultural profile, and the wheels can be exchanged as required. This allows a glimpse of the detailed wheel rim design. The entire lower assembly of the tractor itself is made of metal, as are the engine hood and frame around the engine. The prominent lamps of the engine hood and those around the cab roof and on the rear are inserted. The radiator grille is formed of a separate plastic part. The rear fender is metal, while the front fender is plastic. A glance inside the cockpit provides plenty of scale delightWIKING paid careful attention to the design of the interior – with the view of the interior providing plenty of scale delight. The same can be said of the highly detailed John Deere engine, hidden away under the foldable engine hood. And of course, the two all-round lights on the cab and the StarFire navigation system on the front of the cab are also standard design of the 1:32 miniature. The exhaust, rear mirror, ladder and steps, as well as the front weight round off the overall impression. The highly detailed front swing axle also accounts for the mobility of the John Deere 7310R. Naturally, the front axle can be steered, it being connected to the steering movement of the steering wheel in the cockpit. The lower link and top link are moveable front and back. As are the exterior mirrors, as well as the height-adjustable rear coupling. Anyone who wants to check this out in detail simply has to open the left cab door and the rear window to the same angle as the original.

Attention: Not suitable for children under 14 Years! Risk of chocking as small parts could be swallowed or inhaled!

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