DKW Junior de Luxe – pastel blue with white roof
It was small and maneuverable, a mini limousine so to speak. The DKW Junior proved to be a counterpoint to the VW Beetle, which was once dominant in everyday life. What's more: the Junior in the de Luxe version was a successful combination of limousine and sportiness. No wonder that WIKING also miniaturized the introduction to comfortable transportation right at the beginning of the 1960s. The traditional model makers are now creating the Junior de Luxe from revitalized forms. A few extras in particular were a topic of conversation at the presentation at the IAA in 1961, as Auto Union had given the Junior de Luxe accentuated headlights and also more chrome trim.
WIKING has brought the small car classic to life with a lot of printing convenience for the 1:87 scale. Of course from historical WIKING molds that have been revitalized specifically for this purpose.
Pastel blue body with pearl white printed roof. Chassis aluminum silver, glazing topaz. Rims with silver wheel hub. Door handles, decorative strips and window strips silver-plated on both sides. “DKW Junior” or “DKW Junior de Luxe” lettering on the front and rear as well as silver-plated window trim. Hand-silvered radiator grille with dusty gray printed Auto Union rings. Headlights silver-plated, taillights hand-painted red.
|Manufacturer price:||12,99 €|