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Mercedes-Benz Citaro G Artic Diecast Model Bus by Creative Master Northcord

Mercedes-Benz Citaro G Artic (Arriva London Route 29) in Red (1:76 scale by Creative Master Northcord UK5112)
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PriceCurrently Unavailable
Made By Creative Master Northcord
Stock Code UK5112
Stock Level Sold Out (sorry, this item is no longer available)
Scale 1:76
Size 23cm long (9.1 inches)
Colour Red
Limited Edition Only 1000 pieces produced
Working Features wheels
Free Number Plate Sorry, free number plates not available on this item
Despatch This item is sold out


This Mercedes-Benz Citaro G Artic Diecast Model Bus is Red and features working wheels.

It is made by Creative Master Northcord and is 1:76 scale (approx. 23cm / 9.1in long).

Creative Master Northcord Limited has now proudly released the second Mercedes-Benz Citaro G bendy-bus replica with Arriva’s London operations. It is UK5112 Arriva London Rt 29. UK5112 carries Arriva London’s “London Red” livery, representing fleet number MA 140 (BX55 FXC).

Arriva London North took delivery of 76 MA-class Mercedes-Benz Citaro O530G buses in 2004. These were allocated to serve both 73 (CMN Model UK5107) and route 149. In 2005 the company took a further 81 Citaro G buses for route 29 and 38. These 2005 buses featured the white roof panels on which the standard TfL descriptor is placed. The model features MA 140 operating towards Trafalgar Square on route 29, which was converted to bendy-bus operation on 14th January 2006.

The Mercedes-Benz Citaro G, UK5112 model’s clean lines accentuate the square-mounted, double-glazed windows and the livery application on which all logos and lettering are clearly legible. Another main feature on the model is the extensive portrayal of handrails. The headlight / indicator units at the front and indicator / tail light units at the rear are made of individual components to look more realistic.