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Norev take @ 1/18 scale of Mercedes Benz W115 - model 200.

More than decent representation of W115, nice details.
Read earlier there's no thread dedicated to Norev's W115!? Hard to believe, but here's my photo session with the white Merc.















 

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Looks nice. One that I will get round to buying one day. :cool:
 

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My apologies for not seeing this thread before I asked the question :)

looks very good, and super pictures :)

that’s a W114 though not a W115 though, right?
 

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My apologies for not seeing this thread before I asked the question :)

looks very good, and super pictures :)

that’s a W114 though not a W115 though, right?
Difficult to see the differences between a 114 (6 cilinder) and a 115 (4 cilinder)...
According to the type, AA's 220D should be a W115, while the 280C is a W114. And Norev's 200 must be a W115...

114:
230 1967-1976
250 1967-1972
250C 1968-1976
250 1970-1976
280 1971-1976
280E "
280C "
280CE "
230/6 1973-1976

115:
200 1967-1976
200D 1967-1976
220 1967-1973
220D 1967-1976
230/4 1972-1976
240D 1973-1976
240D 3.0?300D 1974-1976
 

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Ah right. I thought the W115 was the face lifted W114. Didn’t realise it was engine size that determined the difference. That makes sense now :) thank you :)
 

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I've been hoping for the 'heckflosse' to be produced by Norev.
Looking around the 'net suggests the quad headlamp version was for the US only.
But this car - as used in the Roger Moore 'The Saint' series, clearly shows a European based car.


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