Radio controlled vehicle. Exquisite detail. Equipped with 2 motors for fine steering and driving. Beam lights, red tail lights and flash indicators can be remotely switched.
Bodywork in traffic red, interior finished in anthracite. Red transparent tail lamps included. “Westfalenbus” painted high up on the side as well as the destination sign “11 Hauptbahnhof” and “MAN” along with the logo. Grey DB logo low down on the side towards the front as well as the office address. Destination sign “11 Hauptbahnhof” on the front along with the MAN logo and the word “MAN” in silver. DB logo also on the back as well as the word “Westfalenbus” and the model designation. Number “11” high up indicating the route.
Powerful drive guarantees perfect traction for model
For fans of remote-controlled models in 1:87, there is an attractive trio of WIKING vehicles. Alongside the MAN Lion’s City stand a giant of an airfield fire service vehicle – the Rosenbauer Panther 6×6 – and the LF 10/6 fire service vehicle on a MAN TGL chassis – all literally ready for action. Thanks to the precise remote control system, all the vehicles have their own individual appeal and considering that the dimensions of the models are completely different to each other, enthusiasts will be surprised at their completely different driving styles. The long-life lithium-polymer micro-battery gives these powerful and versatile models perfect traction for their journey onwards in the big world of model vehicles. So WIKING has succeeded in giving enthusiasts a new dimension to automotive authenticity on a scale of 1:87. And there is yet another crucial advantage to tempt all the fans of WIKING CONTROL87: From now on, all the system components will be available individually, enabling even more effective combinations of models and radio remote control systems to be created.