Scania modern classic of Sweden's legendary forwarder
Fans of forwarding companies have long been waiting for this: The Scania 111 finally pulls up in the colours of the ASG forwarder. The popular cycle of Swedish themes keeps growing with the inclusion of the traditional ASG forwarding company. The latest addition is a five-axle tractor-trailer combination - with authenticity galore. The lorry with trailer has a wonderfully contemporary look, as it harks back to the 1970s when the traditional model makers first started miniaturising the original in an effort to delight model fans in Sweden with prototypes that are typical of their country. The ASG design has been a recurring theme at WIKING since 1975, particularly because the striking design of Swedish origin began to dominate the roads in Europe with every new location in their network. The Aktiebolaget Svenska Godsbilcentraler company was founded as early as 1935 by the Stockholm Rederi AB Svea company. After collaboration with Danzas was agreed back in 1993, ASG was taken over in 1999 by the Swiss company Danzas, which is now part of Deutsche Post AG.
Modern classic of Sweden's legendary forwarder
Tractive unit with sapphire blue drivers cab, steps, fenders, and box. Melon yellow roof sign imprinted with blue ASG lettering. Radiator grille melon yellow with grille ribs imprinted sapphire blue. Interior fawn brown. Chassis with cardan part and wheel rims melon yellow. Indicators imprinted orange, Scania lettering imprinted at the front. Side door handles painted silver, ASG logo imprinted on the doors. Headlamps hand-painted silver. Tail lights imprinted red. Side box imprint with lettering transport-spedition and symbols as well as melon yellow ASG logo plus arrow design. Trailer with chassis and centre pivot plate plus swing axle as well as draw-bar and wheels in melon yellow. Side folding top with lettering transport-spedition and symbols as well as melon yellow ASG logo plus arrow design.