Auto-Union Type C Stromline ~ 1938 ~ Brumm
The Streamliner was based on a Type C grand prix car but the main difference was the body: a very aerodynamical and quite flat one. The car was built to set records for Germany to prove it's tehnological level. In such a car Bernd Rosmeyer died when he attempted to beat a world speed record on the Avus track (now part of the german autobahn) circuit.
Brumm's model is a very satisfying one. As the car presents little details (the wheels being covered for example) there are only little details between this version (the cheapest as far as I know) and others available. The car's cockpit is visible and quite well detailed. The paint is good as well.
I've got the model as I admire Bernd Rosmeyer as a racing driver and because I'm attracted by the streamlined body of this Type C. My oppinion is that if you like this car you should go with the cheapest version as it is the best in my oppinion, price over the details offered for that price.