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Wiking 077349 1:32 Diecast Fendt 1050 Vario Tractor

Wiking 077349 1:32 Diecast Fendt 1050 Vario Tractor


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Fendt 1050 Vario Article no. 077349 Fendt 1050 Vario shines as "German masterpiece" The new Marktoberdorfer large scale tractor series celebrated its premiere as a "German masterpiece" - now WIKING is giving it its deserved 1:32 scale presence! With the Fendt 1050 Vario, WIKING has launched the performance leader of the completely newly developed standard large tractor. In the power range between 380 to 500 hp, the series with the top tractor 1050 Vario is considered a new traction for the tugboat world market. WIKING miniaturizes the evolutionary Fendt design and convinces with the compact design of chassis and new "x5 S" cabin. The traditional model builders once again take on a Fendt tractor whose model, with a maximum height of 3.60 meters and a curb weight of 14 tons, is much lighter than conventional concepts in the 500 bhp category, maneuverable and therefore much more versatile. Miniaturized "x5 S" cabin with even more glass and a viewThe well-known "x5" cabin from the Fendt 800 Vario and 900 Vario ranges has been completely redesigned and now also has an occupational comfort as a "x5 S" cabin with a visibly modest model. The WIKING model makes it clear that due to the size of the Fendt 1050 Vario and the increased sitting position of the farmer, the side and front windows have been lowered again for optimum line of sight. The interior of the driver's seat is designed to be foldable for the first time. The widened driver's door to the cabin can be opened as well as the large cabin window. The ascent and descent is created as usual for everyday use for folding away. That the illumination in the tractor-trailer building gets more and more importance, prove the filigree working lights designed by WIKING on the cab roof. The steering function from the open cab makes the manoeuvrable impression perfect. Exterior mirrors and all-round light are also individually variable if required. The integrated hood lights give the 1:32 series of the Fendt 1000 Vario a new, powerful design. A particular model-making highlight is the WIKING miniaturization of the bonnet, which is also manually secured by belts. There, the partially transparent grille is already in the form of the model component and proves to be visually appealing in accordance with the Fendt design. Exterior mirrors and all-round light are also individually variable if required. The integrated hood lights give the 1:32 series of the Fendt 1000 Vario a new, powerful design. A particular model-making highlight is the WIKING miniaturization of the bonnet, which is also manually secured by belts. There, the partially transparent grille is already in the form of the model component and proves to be visually appealing in accordance with the Fendt design. Exterior mirrors and all-round light are also individually variable if required. The integrated hood lights give the 1:32 series of the Fendt 1000 Vario a new, powerful design. A particular model-making highlight is the WIKING miniaturization of the bonnet, which is also manually secured by belts. There, the partially transparent grille is already in the form of the model component and proves to be visually appealing in accordance with the Fendt design. product details The upper link of the rear hydraulics can be extended in lengthThe rear-mounted pull-in jaw is flexibly recessed and suitable for the drawbar eye of the agricultural machine tiller. Both the front and the rear hydraulic, the lower link can be used mobile. The variable upper link of the rear hydraulics can now be extended in length. The attachment is actually hung at the end of the top link, while the piston ensures the desired alignment of the attachments of the agricultural machine through a combined grid. Thanks to this feature, it is possible to easily attach the most diverse attachments to the tractor and to adjust and fix them in their position realistically. The various driving and working positions of the tractor with its attachments can thus be realistically reproduced. The wheels of the oscillating suspended axle can also be disassembled with a supplied tool and can be optionally replaced by other tires. A magnetic cover makes the screw position of the hubs front and rear invisible - a visual harmonization of the overall model-building impression is reliably given.