1/24 C744 Mod-Ac George B. Selden's Horseless Carriage 1887
Multimedia Model Kit, Box Condition: Good+
Rare. Age unknown - likely 1940s. This is a very highly detailed, period kit of the famous early and ground-breaking design that included most of the basic automobile fundamentals. Features full engine, detailed suspension and drive-line, steerable wheels, injection molded spoked wheels, headlamps and steering wheel, die-cut plastic spring leaves, brake shoes, brackets and trim parts, hardwood parts cut to shape, die-cut plywood parts, axles, sandpaper and fantastic, full size plans with numerous diagrams, detailed assembly drawings, text instructions and more. The kit has never been started. The parts that were factory sealed are still in the sealed bags. The parts that were not factory sealed have been inventoried complete including decals and instructions. Mod-Ac was a manufacture of early hobby kits out of Los Angeles California. During World War II they issued a well known kit line of military vehicles. The company was innovative as this kit shows - the wide variety of materials, pre-carved wood and highly detailed plans and instructions put this model many notches above the 'make wood look like vehicle' type of kit.
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