Makeshift tanker truck (Büssing 8000)
"Milk supply for West Berlin"
Carl Andreas Julius Bolle would have been delighted with this model, as the Büssing 8000, as a makeshift tanker from the post-war years, clearly shows its colors. For a long time, Bolle was considered a traditional Berlin supermarket chain that had its origins in the C. Bolle dairy. The expansion of the Bolle retail stores was not pushed ahead until the 1970s, because the dairy business was not very promising. WIKING is thus miniaturizing a contemporary truck train from earlier years that shows the unmistakable Bolle logo on the milk tanks.
Chassis with trailer coupling and fenders as well as driver's cab dark green. Flat bed without side walls and rims also dark green. Interior fittings with steering wheel iron gray. Tank top and bottom part silver, tank sides with Bolle logo. Front headlights silvered, rear lights printed in red. Roof edge with silver lettering "Meierei C. Bolle", door handles, indicators, decorative frame and Büssing lettering silver-plated. Grille also silvered. Trailer with dark green flat bed, chassis, turntable and drawbar. Tank top and bottom part silver, tank sides with Bolle logo.
|Delivery Date:||Neuheit, Liefertermin folgt|
|Manufacturer price:||32,99 €|