Details of French Dinky 70 Four-wheeled trailer, (remorque quatre roues)
The French Dinky Four-wheeled trailer, (remorque quatre roues). In April 1957, French Dinky introduced the model number 70, a four-wheeled trailer. The French Meccano Magazine commented that the 111mm long trailer was designed to supplement the Panhard SNCF (32AB) tractor and articulated (semi-remorque) trailer. Costing 315 old francs, about 6/4, the four-wheeled trailer came in two colours, a dull red and bright yellow. Both had a detachable green, tarpaulin cover which when removed converted the trailer into a flat, drop-side form. The trailer had a drawbar style of coupling, with a steerable front axle, which made the yellow version of the model well suited as an addition to either the Kodak Panhard (32AJ) or the Bailly, Simca Cargo box van (33AN). In 1959, the trailer was re-numbered, 810, but in the same year the model was withdrawn. Introduced in 1957 and deleted in 1959. The original price was 315Fr . It was available in red, yellow finish. Released as French Dinky 70 in 1957 withdrawn as French Dinky 70 in 1959.
Model features:tin plate canvas tilt, tow hook, wire drawbar
Wheels:cast ridged hubs, plain rubber tyres
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