2018-11-10

Friend's Collection : R/C Bat Mobile Tumbler

不用多說相信大家對這蝙蝠車也不會陌生,友人的蝙蝠車除可透過平版電腦控制外,亦可透過鏡頭觀察前方景物。此車有不少機關,可透過平版電腦控制開關及操作,趣味十足。

2018-11-07

Friend's Collection - MICHELIN Diecast Model Car Collection Renault Saviem SG2 "Service Competition"

另一部替友人購入之 Michelin 車模,屬雷諾 Saviem 貨車,車身十分有份量,上色及造工可以;網上找到此車之背景如下:

Renault Super Goélette were vans from the small commercial vehicle range (GVW of 3.3 tonnes and 3.5 tonnes) manufactured by Saviem and marketed by Renault from 1965 to 1970, then from 1971 to 1980 by Saviem and finally by Renault Véhicules Industriels (RVI) between 1980 and 1982.

In the fall of 1962,[2] the front end was revised: the windshield is enlarged downward, the grille is changed by abandoning its central bar and new lights were bi-colored. Inside, the dashboard was slightly changed. In 1967, the rounded headlamps became rectangular and two new variants appeared: the first a four-wheel-drive version (later called Saviem TP3) [3] and the second a front-wheel-drive called Trafic SB2. This latest version was especially designed for urban deliveries, offering a low loading floor. The shifter was moved to the floor and the rear axle was rigid with springs.[4] The diesel version added a 3.0-litre Saviem-Alfa Romeo 599 with a MAN-licensed direct injection. Moreover, the Super Goélette SG2 was called Alfa Romeo-Saviem A15 in Italy.[5] Saviem partner MAN also marketed the SG2, naming it MAN 270.[6]
For 1969 models, the Super Goélette SG2 diesel version also incorporated MAN's direct injection. In 1971 a three-speed automatic transmission was available on the Super Goélette SG2. From 1970 the Super Goélette SG2 and SB2 Traffic were rebranded as the Saviems SG2 and SB2.[7]
The SG2 van was common in the 1970s before being replaced by the Master in 1980. In 1982, the remaining SG3 range was replaced by the B-series. However, the SG2 and SG3 continued in production for certain export markets. Later, SG2 and SG3 were manufactured under license in Czechoslovakia by Avia, and these were also sold with Renault badging in some countries.