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Graupner Rescue Cruiser Theodor Heuss G2013

Product Code: G2013

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Graupner Rescue Cruiser Theodor Heuss

Premium Line Scale 1/20

 

The model is not suitable for children under 14 years of age.

Anyone under 14 years of age operating the model must be supervised by a parent.

 

      Almost ready-to-run (ARTR) model

      GRP hull for both models

      Superstructure made from laser-cut ABS parts

      Details and small parts made from metal or plastic

      Finely detailed superstructure and details

      Auxiliary boat included in the kit

      Auxiliary boat can be lowered and then operated separately

      Sail winch for operating the stern hatch is included

      Hull, superstructure and auxiliary boat spray-painted in satin-finish colours

      Decals applied

      The cruiser features three integrated electric motors of the SPEED 600 class

      The auxiliary boat has one integrated electric motor of the SPEED 280 class

      Simple installation of RC components in the cruiser

      The small size of the auxiliary boat makes it quite difficult to install the RC components, but not impossible

      Scope of delivery: sea rescue cruiser, auxiliary boat, sail winch for stern hatch, ship stand, small parts

 

      ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)

      Realistic replica of the first modern-design sea rescue cruiser (tower construction and separate auxiliary boat for deployment in shallow waters). All subsequent cruisers were built in line with this design

      A total of four Theodor Heuss class ships were built

      The sea rescue cruiser was christened Theodor Heuss on 12 February 1957, named after the German President at the time

      The auxiliary boat was christened Tedje, which is the northern German diminutive form of the first name Theodor

      The Theodor Heuss was in service from 1957 to 1963 at Borkum and from 1963 to 1985 around Laboe. After that the cruiser was sold and it still sails today as a yacht called FridoSpatz

      The auxiliary boat has also been under private ownership since 1996 and is expected to sail again following its restoration. In the past it could be found as an exhibit in front of the rescue hut in Norddeich

      The Theodor Heuss found in the Deutsches Museum in Munich is actually the renamed sister ship the H. H. Meier

      High-quality, first-class model with outstanding detailing

 

RC Functions

Cruiser

Rudder control

Forward/reverse,

continuously variable control

Open/close stern hatch

Lower auxiliary boat by opening the stern hatch

 

Auxiliary Boat

Rudder control

Forward/reverse,

continuously variable control

 

Specification

 Scale: 1:20

 Weight: 6300g

 Hull width: 265 mm

 Overall length: 1160 mm

 Overall height: 560 mm

 

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