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Vögele Super 2100-2 Tracked Paver - Richard Schulz

Maker:  NZG
Model No:  670/03
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  December 2012

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Overall   (max 100)79%


Vögele Super 2100-2 Tracked Paver - Richard Schulz Video
Vögele branded box.
Profile view.
Rubber tracks on simple track frames.
Metal handrails and plastic suspension rods.
Closed hopper and lowered canopy.
A wide screed, extendible at the ends.
Comment on this model.

The Vögele Super 2100-2 Tracked Paver has a maximum paving width of 13m and can lay up to 1100 tonnes of material per hour.

This version of the model is in the colours of Richard Schulz, a German construction company that was founded in 1898 in Poland.


The model comes in a Vögele-branded box and inside it is enclosed between polystyrene trays with the paver unusually secured to the base tray with a tie.  The review model had no defects or missing parts.

The model is complete with no assembly required, and there is no information describing its features.  Included is an interesting reprint of a brochure about the real machine.


The rubber tracks have a segmented pattern and are mounted on simple track frames.  It is interesting to note that the model is numbered both 670 and 671 on the underside.

At the front the hopper belt is a metal casting and the hopper sides are also metal.  There are some non-functioning rollers for engaging the wheels of a discharging tipper.

The body is a smart looking part with deep grilles and smart graphics.  The operator's station has a textured floor, a finely detailed console and the two seats are good.  The canopy above is metal whereas the real machine has a glass fibre type material.  The hand rails are metal and realistically sized.

The screed has textured surfaces and high quality handrails.  It is very long with plastic suspension bars, and there is a metal material screw of matching length. 

Each end of the screed has a control console and these are very finely detailed indeed.


The tracks roll reasonably well for rubber as long as the model moves in a straight line.

The hopper sides can close in to force material onto the belt.

Both operator's seats can be rotated out to provide a better view forwards, and the roof canopy above can be extended to provide shelter.  The console can move on a rail from side to side.

The canopy roof can be lowered to provide a reduced headroom for travelling on a transport vehicle.  However the long screed is fixed so it does not make a viable transport load.

The screed can be raised and lowered, and can be extended a little on both ends for width.


This is a high quality model by NZG which is almost all metal and surprisingly heavy.  It has very good paint and graphics.


The price reflects the limited edition produced.


It is a smart looking model in the colours of Richard Schulz and it is high quality too.  It is highly recommended.


The model first appeared in 2007.
  This version appeared in July 2012 in a run of 300 models., together with a version in the colours of Leitenmaier.  A version in Eurovia colours was also produced.
Brochure included.
Richard Schulz graphics.
Material screw underneath.
Detailed operator's area.
Metal belt in the hopper.
Controls at the end of the screed.
Poses really well with a suitable tipper and roller.