Scale Model Fan March 2009

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Maybach DS7 Zeppelin

Bucciali TAV

After Wilhelm another busy life: of Jean-Albert Bucciali.

A little

Despite having no formal as an engineer, Bucciali set on building an car at an early age – and do many other along the way. Born in in 1889, Bucciali was thirteen witnessing a local car race his life forever: though he was philosophy, he eagerly read all books he could put his hands on, and boasted that, one day, he too build a car.

His ambition went out of control, as instead of a car, he ended up building an that he called the Buc. The was 1911 and aviation was still in its Many people were hard to make airborne of their own designs. Bucciali on his very first attempt, himself sat at the controls, though he had learned how to fly. Soon was among the only fliers the world to master the looping.

Such an adventurous – and patriotic – would obviously enlist as as the first shots were in the summer of 1914. Bucciali aviation, naturally. He ended up an ace of the des Cigognes. the famous “Storks’ Squadron”, and despite fighting for two and a half on both the Western and the front, was able to survive the

Back in civilian clothes, the young man finally fulfilled his building his very own car and racing it in national events. His racer was so that he decided to go one step and enter automobile manufacture. In 1922, the first Buc was introduced at the motor show.

Although the was fitted with a small supercharged engine, the small of production Bucs had more four- then six-cylinder They performed well and highly praised by their as both road and racing This wasn’t enough for who, with the help of his brother Angelo, was now determined to a front-wheel drive automobile.

During the 1926 Paris show, the public discovered the TAV 1, which despite being was still the talk of the event. A Jean-Albert Bucciali kept his original design, presenting the TAV 2 and the TAV 3 the end of the decade. A V16 engine was also but only a mock-up had ever built.

Sadly, the Bucciali were attracting nothing than interest. The brothers got the vital financial support would have needed to the production of their stunning Running out of money, they the towel in 1932. Ironically, had just delivered their TAV 8-32 to a delighted Parisian, very first customer. ultimate Bucciali featured a “Flèche d’Or” body by its extremely low lines being by its huge 24-inch wheels. The TAV was propelled by a Voisin V12.

Jean-Albert Bucciali died in Over a decade, only a of Bucs and half-a-dozen Buccialis had built.

About the model

Maybach DS7 Zeppelin

Bucciali TAV 8-32 Flèche

Year: 1932

Maker: Ixo

Scale: 1/43

by: Altaya as no.23 of its Voitures press series


Acquired: new, in August 2006, in France

It’s the most Bucciali that Ixo decided to as this car is not only spectacular, it is still extant today, made the Chinese manufacturer’s job Though a press series the model is extremely well and, even reduced times in size, still an car on the shelf. Only the stork on the sides of the bonnet, reminiscent of flying days in the army, had seriously simplified — the difficult to reproduce in scale, thinner and was actually decorated in different colours, being in gold, silver and bronze. don’t build cars way nowadays. I’d give 14/20 to nice model.

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