Robert Stirling, inventor of the Stirling motor, and Carl Benz have one thing in common:
They both patented exceptional revolutionary technology.
Böhm combined the ideas of both inventors in the Stirling-Car A1.
The thin brass cusps are reminiscent of the Prussian imperial age and of historical
automobiles from around 1885.
This three wheeler just requires a little alcohol (or methylated sprit) and its wick to be lit. Point the steering where you want it to go and then give the flywheel a flick. Wonderfully made.
Comes fully assembled. Does not include miniature character.
||13 cm x 16 cm x 8.7 cm
||Stainless steel screws, stainless steel side frames, massive brass wheels with round rubber coating, aluminum bracket and radiator grill
|MAXIMUM DRIVING TIME
||800–2000 Rev/min (depending on flame size and spacing)
||102 Pieces, of which 10 ball bearings
||3 gears (slow, middle, fast for table and floor), adjustable by reversing the belt