Foden Steam Wagon
The Foden Steam Wagon was the first, the longest-lived, and by far the best of the “Over” types - those in which the engine was mounted over a horizontal boiler. They were a common sight until after the First World War. Drive to the rear wheels and steering was by chain.
The detail and realism in the model, built almost entirely from standard parts, is exquisite. Powered by a concealed MO motor, it features working valve gear, chain drive and steering, articulated suspension, differential and a powered winch and tipping gear.
The plan contains photographs, parts list and background information. The constructional details, illustrated throughout with IsoMec drawings, are very clear and easy to follow.
Ref: MP191 32 Pages Price: £10.50