Looking back into the history of mechanics once again, Ugears couldn't
miss such an important and interesting period, in a not-so-distant past, as the
50s. Rockabilly music, swing dresses, bobby socks and, of course, magnificent
convertibles: feel a part of the time with our new ingenious work – The Dream
Cabriolet VM-05. The 50s had given automobiles a completely new look, producing
absolutely unique recognizable designs. The Dream Cabriolet VM-05 is a highly
detailed and extremely realistic tribute of the Ugears’ designers and engineers
to the automobile industry highlights of that decade.
The model is traditionally equipped by a rubber-band motor that powers
the mechanism and drives the car. The Cabriolet can go forward or back. To
ensure you can take a close look at the beautiful eight-cylinder V configuration
engine in operation, we introduced the idle mode. In this mode, your Cabriolet
will stay still letting you look under the hood to appreciate the beauty of the
moving gears. Should you want to put your vehicle in motion, pull the
transmission lever on the steering column.
Both front and rear wheels of the model are suspended to make its ride
ultimately smooth. Use the steering wheel to move the front wheel coupling and
send the Dream Cabriolet in the direction you choose.
To make the design of this unique model even more realistic, Ugears
engineers added a few important elements that make the automobile look
extremely lifelike. We believe you will enjoy the window cranks and fully
functional windshield wipers as well as a lifting jack and a repair toolkit
mounted under the rear trunk.
Another mechanical feature is the trunk and hood opening mechanisms that
add some extra-vividness to this highly detailed vintage vehicle.
Find your favorite retro radio station and your Dream Cabriolet will take
you into the dreamlike 50s to share the best of what the decade has to offer.
Self-assembly, no glue needed.
Model size: 350×157×90mm Package size: 378×170×50mm Number of parts: 739 Level: Hard Assembly
time: 13 hours