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Porsche 356 Gmünd silver 1:43

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Porsche 356 Gmünd silver 1:43

€89.99

After the first Porsche sports car, the so-called Porsche No. 1, was individually licensed for road traffic as early as the 8th of June 1948, in March 1949, Porsche presented its first production sports car at the Geneva Salon de l‘Auto, the legendary Porsche 356. Using classical tuning techniques, such as modified cylinder heads and twin carburettors, on the 4-cylinder boxer engine taken over from the VW Beetle, the engine power of the first Porsche 356 could be increased to a respectable 40 hp. Between 1949 and 1950, a total of 44 coupé and 8 convertible versions of the so-called „Gmünd Porsche 356“ were entirely hand-built. In 1950, Porsche moved back to its main factory in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in which, by the end of production of the type 365 in April 1965, slightly over 76,000 of this sports car icon were produced.

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Aurus Senat white 1:43

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Aurus Senat white 1:43

€79.99

Because Russian President Vladimir Putin wasn’t very enthusiastic about either the technology or design of his former ZIL state saloon, Mercedes-Benz vehicles were used in his fleet for years. In order to be able to go back to a Russian make again in the future, the Moscow-based engine development institute NAMI designed a new representative saloon, the Aurus Senat, on behalf of the government and using state subsidies. With the support of Porsche Engineering, a state-of-the-art V8 hybrid drive system was created, from which a 2-litre, four-cylinder hybrid was derived, which will be used by Lada in the future. Presented to the public for the first time at Vladimir Putin’s inauguration in May 2018, the Aurus Senat is available in a S600 version with a length of 5.63 metres and a wheelbase of 3.30 metres, as well as in the 700S stretch version with a length of 6.63 metres and a wheelbase of 4.30 metres.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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BMW 850 Ci black 1:43

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BMW 850 Ci black 1:43

€69.99

Like the BMW M8 Coupé, the BMW 850i Convertible is clearly one of those BMW studies that unfortunately never found its way onto public roads. Developed as a competitor model for the new Mercedes-Benz SL series R129, which was also presented at the International Motor Show in 1989, this beautiful and unique BMW convertible unfortunately did not make it to series production. Thus, only 3 prototypes of the so-called BMW 850Ci based on the E31 series were built and subjected to extensive test drives before the decision was made in Munich to discontinue the 850Ci Cabriolet project for fear of economic failure.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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BMW 850 Ci green 1:43

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BMW 850 Ci green 1:43

€69.99

Like the BMW M8 Coupé, the BMW 850i Convertible is clearly one of those BMW studies that unfortunately never found its way onto public roads. Developed as a competitor model for the new Mercedes-Benz SL series R129, which was also presented at the International Motor Show in 1989, this beautiful and unique BMW convertible unfortunately did not make it to series production. Thus, only 3 prototypes of the so-called BMW 850Ci based on the E31 series were built and subjected to extensive test drives before the decision was made in Munich to discontinue the 850Ci Cabriolet project for fear of economic failure.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Porsche 356 SC grey 1:43

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Porsche 356 SC grey 1:43

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“In the beginning, I looked around but couldn’t see the car I’d been dreaming of. So I decided to build it myself.” With this famous remark by Ferry Porsche, one of the most impressive success stories in automotive history began. Starting with the Porsche No.1 from 1948 up to its highest stage of development, the Porsche 356 SC, more than 76,000 units of this first Porsche series sports car were produced from 1948 onwards, until it ceased production in 1965. The 356 SC produced an output of 95 hp from its 1.6 litre, air-cooled 4-cylinder Boxer engine and reached a top speed of 185 kilometres per hour.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Porsche 356 SC red 1:43

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Porsche 356 SC red 1:43

€89.99

“In the beginning, I looked around but couldn’t see the car I’d been dreaming of. So I decided to build it myself.” With this famous remark by Ferry Porsche, one of the most impressive success stories in automotive history began. Starting with the Porsche No.1 from 1948 up to its highest stage of development, the Porsche 356 SC, more than 76,000 units of this first Porsche series sports car were produced from 1948 onwards, until it ceased production in 1965. The 356 SC produced an output of 95 hp from its 1.6 litre, air-cooled 4-cylinder Boxer engine and reached a top speed of 185 kilometres per hour.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Triumph TR5 green 1:43

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Triumph TR5 green 1:43

€74.99

The Triumph TR5 was the successor model to the TR4A, and appeared in the summer of 1967. This roadster, which was designed by Michelotti, only differed from its predecessors externally by additional chrome trim on the sides and several other small details. However, beneath the long bonnet of the TR5 there was now a long-stroke inline 6-cylinder engine with a capacity of 2.5 litres and output of 143 BHP. From July 1967 to September 1968, just 2,947 examples of this classic old-school British roadster were manufactured. The vehicle is now rare with the optional and particularly visually appealing “Surrey Top”.

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