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Arrivederci! To Captain Haddock’s enormous relief but to the great regret of Calculus, Bianca Castafiore must leave Marlinspike Hall where she invited herself to stay for a while. Her fans are now clamouring for her at La Scala in Milan before she leaves for the States to perform a series of recitals. The diva together with Irma, her maid, and Igor, her accompanist, get into a Taxi. At the moment of the departure, Bianca Castafiore notices that she has forgotten her jewels. The Taxi parked in front of the steps is a Peugeot 403 the first models of which were made at the end of the fifties. This car was presumably equipped with a diesel engine. This model is also the first Peugeot designed by the famous Italian designer Pininfarina. This four-door saloon was a hit with the French drivers because it was a robust and comfortable car. THE CAR WHICH INSPIRED HERGE : Make: Peugeot Model: 403 Year: end of the 1950’s Engine: diesel Max. speed†: 135km Capacity: 1816 cm3 Scale 1/43

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Weight 0.1500
Production Year 2014
Country of Manufacture CN
Minimum Age 14 years old
Certificate No
Finish Object Matt
Kids Product No
Free delivery No
Numbered Edition No
Dimension paquet 15.00 x 7.00 x 7.00

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