[About the actual vehicle]
-A truck manufacturer established in the United States in 1900 is the White Motor Company.
-Until 1980, the company mainly produced trucks, buses, tractors, etc., and made major contributions to American logistics.
-During World War II, he was also active in the production of military trucks.
-I developed half trucks such as M3 and was in charge of production.
-After that, it merged with Western Star and auto cars, etc., and it has grown to become a leading truck manufacturer in the United States.
-WC22 was one of the representative models of the White Motor Company, mainly in the 1950s.
-In addition to powerful and tough tractors and trailer heads, various types of trailers are also available, and they were used in logistics and delivery in the United States.
[About the model]
-The model is a die-cast model that reproduces a set of a typical 50s American trailer head, White WC22, and a large trailer connected to it.
-Scale is 1/87, HO scale familiar to horizontal bar model fans.
-Firmly model the features of WC22, such as classic left and right fenders and bonnet designs and rounded cabins.
-The rugged frame and the rear wheel single-axis mechanism feels powerful.
-The trailer connected to the rear is also attractive enough at the time.
-Curved front shape and roof details also tell the times.
-The side panels of the trailer are decorated with the Coca-Cola logo and illustrations.
-The illustration is attractive with a cork in a bottle and a person with a crown on his head.
-In this set, the color of the trailer head and trailer body is cream.
-The wheels are red and tighten your feet.
-It is a model that cannot be overlooked in the Coca-Cola fan collection and of course the layout of the model train.
-Painted finished product
-Package is a suspended blister form
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )