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Wirtgen W 210 Fi Cold Milling Machine

Maker:  NZG
Model No:  1007
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  November 2020

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Detail   (max 30) 26
Features   (max 20) 18
Quality   (max 25) 21
Price   (max 15) 11
Overall   (max 100) 84%


Wirtgen W 210 Fi  Cold Milling Machine - Video [Youku Video]
Wirtgen branded box.
Profile view.
Detailed underneath.
Detailed control panel.
Detailed operator's area.
Large vacuum hoses.
Opening engine cover.
Conveyor height is good.
Very good transport load.
Roof lowered flat.
Milling drum is easily removed.

The Wirtgen W 210 Fi Cold Milling Machine weighs around 29 tonnes.  It is used for removing carriageway surfacing in depths up to 330mm, and can mill to a width 2500mm.


The model comes in a Wirtgen branded box and is enclosed between expanded polystyrene trays. 

The review model had no defects or missing parts. 

The model comes with a bag containing a couple of parts which have to be fitted.  Spare track links are also included.  A sheet is included which describes some of the features of the model pictorially, but not all are covered.  Plastic tweezers are also included to assist with fixing small parts.

Surprisingly for a Wirtgen Group model, there is no information about the real machine.


The metal tracks are finely detailed with yellow highlighting of the pads, and red scrapers are detailed too.  They are mounted on small frames and hydraulic hoses run to them from the body.  Underneath the model the milling drum is large with finely crafted metal picks which are tipped with red paint.  The side skirts are nicely modelled and the primary conveyor has a rubber belt.

At the rear the exhaust pipes have holes and the detailing at the back is enhanced with lights and a video camera.  The engine cover has large see-through grilles on the back and top.  Large fans can be seen at the rear and the engine can be seen also.   Each side has control panels above the legs detailed with paint.

The cab area has non-slip flooring and twin control consoles.  The computer screens can be positioned on each side.  Thin hand rails look realistic and the windscreens front and rear are good. 

Mirrors are fixed to the front of the machine and substantial hoses for the vacuum system run to the conveyor. 

The conveyor structure is restrained in height by twin cylinders with realistic thin support cables.  It is metal with a grille underneath and a rubber belt inside which is realistically textured.


Each track unit has tracks which are stiff, but can be rotated by hand.  They are mounted on pivots at the end of legs which are extendible to adjust the height of the machine.  Each pair of tracks has linked steering.

The milling drum rotates and there is an adjustable side skirt on each side and a moving scraper plate at the rear.

The access ladder can be rotated to allow the side skirt to be opened.  The milling drum can then be slid out,

The cab roof can be lowered to reduce the transport headroom.  It is pinned when it is in the up position but the pins are difficult to insert even with the supplied tool.

The main engine compartment cover can be raised but poses in an open position.  The engine is very detailed.

A side panel can be opened and a drive belt is visible.

The conveyor can be folded to reduce the transport length.  It can be raised and lowered and also swung from to each side but the angle is restricted.


This is a high quality model with limited use of plastic.

The paint and graphics are very good.


It is reasonably priced for the high quality.


This is a typically outstanding model b NZG for the Wirtgen Group.  It is a great combination of detailing and functionality.


The model first appeared in November 2020.
The model, parts bag and instruction sheet.
Detailed tracks.
Under the conveyor.
Excellent grilles.
Ready to work.
Conveyor details.
At work.
Interesting diorama.
Conveyor folded.
Opening side panel.