Home > Artesiania Latina >

STAGE COACH 1848 - FAR WEST MODEL

STAGE COACH 1848 - FAR WEST MODEL


 
Alternative Views:


Our Price: $179.40

Availability:: Pre-Order
Product Code: 20340
Qty:

Description Extended Information
 
KNOW THE STAGE COACH 1848: THE FAR WEST MODEL
Discover the American Stage Coach of 1848. Since 1716, stage coaches traveled the distance between Boston and Rhode Island, but its design as we know it today would see the light around 1820. Now it has a built-in Oval box, a door on each side, an outside seat for the coachman and suspensions reinforced with triple crossbow.
These stage coaches were almost the only way of transportation available to the majority of the population to cross the country, it was due to the development of the west when they were most used, long before the railway.
Most of the western errands were under contract from the United States Government to transport the mail and news of new laws, passengers traveling on different errands.
The company Wells Fargo used many of these procedures to carry not only passengers but also money, gold and silver. Its manufacture and utilization was halted around 1910 in most states.
CONTENTS OF THE STAGE COACH 1848 MODEL KIT
Build your 1:10 scale model of the Stage Coach 1848. The modeling kit includes everything needed for its complete assembly: parts of wood, brass, cast iron, leather and photogravure, as well as a set with everything necessary to give real lighting to the model. For assembly, you can follow our detailed step-by-step instructions.

What does the kit include:

Wooden, metal and leather parts.
Everything necessary fot the construction of the model including high precision set of boards lasercut.
Luggage and interiors with seats in capitona.
Once it finished the doors are functional.
Step-by-step instructions with multiple colour pictures. Many languages.

Measures:

Length: 15.74'' (400 mm) - Heigth: 10.23'' (260 mm)- Width: 4.92'' (125 mm)

Difficulty Level: Initiated Level


Share your knowledge of this product. Be the first to write a review »