One of the great spindizzy racers. Built to travel at hair raising speeds around a wooden track.
Silberpfeil is a German word translating as silver arrow
Beginning of the 20th century have been introduced in international motorsport competitions to identify the national origin of a participant for the car corresponding characteristic colours, which was usually in builds on existing traditions. It was white, the colour of the Germans and their race car, similar to German sports teams also often wore this colour.
In national races no international racing colour was required for international exceptions were made. When AVUS -Race 1932 drove Manfred von Brauchitsch a Mercedes-Benz SSKL with unpainted cladding sheets of aluminium. He won the race surprisingly, the radio announcer of a "silver arrow" language.
12.25 x 5.75 x 3.5 inch (31.1 x 14.6 x 8.9cm)