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Deutz F1 M414 green/red 1:18

Until the mid-1930s, agricultural tractors were only to be found on larger farms. This circumstance changed significantly when the Deutz company, based in the Cologne suburb of Deutz, introduced the Deutz F1 M414. The Deutz, commonly known as the “farmer’s tractor”, thus played a major role in the motorisation of small and medium-sized farm businesses. At the same time, it increasingly took over from horses. With an initial purchase price of only 2,300 Reichsmarks, the F1 M414 was considered very cheap. It’s water-cooled Deutz 11 HP diesel engine, type F1M414, lent its name to the type designation at the same time. Its transmission had 3 forward gears and one reverse gear. In addition a belt pulley, a PTO shaft, a mower drive and pneumatic tyres were among its features. The Deutz was very popular with farmers, as the sales figures also reflect. Up until 1942, approx. 10,000 units had been sold, making it the most successful German tractor before World War II. After the war, production resumed in the almost completely destroyed Deutz factory. In the beginning, tractors were assembled simply out of spare parts that had survived the war. Later, the F1M414 received a fourth forward gear, a foot brake and a foot throttle. After 1950, its power output increased from 11 to 12 HP. From 1945 up until 1951, approx. 9,000 units were produced, meaning that 19,000 Deutz F1 M414 units were built altogethe   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€139.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz F3 with top and trailer „Schenker“, 1:32

Always at the ready, extremely wear-resistant and highly economical. These were the attributes with which Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG publicised the 50-hp, type Deutz F3 M417 universal tractor in Cologne-Deutz. Also known as the „Deutz steel tractor“, the F3 was built between 1942 and 1953 as a versatile, universal and road tractor. This all-rounder was supplied as standard with a belt pulley and a power take off shaft. Its simple and robust construction made the F3 M417 very durable and technically reliable, it continued almost unchanged in production from the end of the War and was still in use as a road tractor until the end of the 70s. Schuco presents the Deutz F3 tractor as a high-quality metal miniature with top and trailer in the popular 1:32 scale. The Schuco Edition 1:32 is highly impressive due to its very detailed and precise finish. The tractor has functioning steering and is without doubt a must-have in every tractor collection.    Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Deutz-Fahr Intrac 6.60 1:32

Built by Deutz between 1986 and 1991, the Deutz IN-trac 6.60 Turbo was based on the Deutz DX 6.50. Featuring a 150 hp, 6.1 litre 6-cylinder diesel direct injection engine with an exhaust gas turbocharger, the Intrac 6.60 Turbo was the most powerful model in Deutz-Fahr’s second generation of Intrac vehicles. The BF6L 913 type engine and the transmission were developed in-house by Deutz. With an unladen weight of 6300 kg and a maximum permissible gross laden weight of 10 tonnes, the heavy tractor is now a regular on the tractor youngtimer scene.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€74.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Doppstadt Trac 200 1:32

Founded in 1965 in the town of Velbert, Doppstadt is a German machinery manufacturer. In order to expand into new sectors, in 1999 the group established a new company called Doppstadt GmbH Schönebeck on the premises of the Schönebeck tractor factory. From 1999 to 2006, Schönebeck manufactured tractors with 75–205 hp engines. Unfortunately, sales did not meet the company’s targets and production was discontinued in 2006. This 1:32 resin model is a replica of the the Doppstadt Trac 200, which featured a Daimler Chrysler 6-cylinder turbo engine with a 6.4 litre capacity. The model number “Trac 200” indicated its 200 hp engine.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Dutra D4K without cabin, green, 1:87

The Dutra D4K B was a heavy tractor with all-wheel drive, produced in the Hungarian „Red Star“ tractor factory. With its 90-hp, 6-cylinder diesel engine, with a displacement of almost 8 litres, the Dutra was rather top-heavy and particularly well suited to working heavy ground. Wuith production starting in 1964, the D4K B very quickly displaced the very loud and uncomfortable track-laying tractor in the GDR. The agricultural collectives of the GDR could only obtain its successor as a heavy tractor, the Kirovets K-700 if, in return, they provided proof that a D4K had been scrapped. For this reason, almost all Dutra D4Ks in the GDR were scrapped, and any surviving examples are among the great attractions of any tractor meeting. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Dutra D4K to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€14.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fendt 626 LSA doubletire 1:32

Most tractors are unremarkable pieces of heavy equipment. Only a few tractors manage to achieve legendary status. The Fendt Favorit 626 LS is undoubtedly once such legend. Built between 1981 and 1985, this Fendt heavy tractor was a versatile and extremely powerful mulit-purpose machine. Fendt only produced 66 vehicles of the 626 LS model, which was equipped with a 252 hp, 11.4 litre MAN 6-cylinder diesel engine with a newly developed ZF transmission featuring 18 forwards and 6 reverse gears on the front and rear axle. Its transaxle design provided 50:50 weight distribution on the front and rear axle and helped the 626 LS to achieve maximum traction.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fex 1111, orange brown

Depending on the gear lever setting, the „mad hell-raiser“, Fex 1111, goes wildly round in circles, making death-defying leaps, spinning around its length, only to land safely back on its wheels for another circuit. The Fex is now available in a limited edition of 500, in an exclusive orange/brown painted finish, traditionally applied by hand.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt HW 80 HA 1:32

In the 1960s, Fortschritt became East Germany’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment. From 1978, Fortschritt merged with a number of state-owned enterprises specializing in the production of agricultural and food machines. One such state-owned enterprise was the ErnstGrube motor vehicle plant in Werdau. The Fortschritt HW 80 – a 2-sided tipping trailer – was one of the most famous models produced in the Werdau factory. The trailer was specifically designed for agricultural use and is still in use on many farms today. It has a permissible payload of 8550 kg. Side extensions are often used to achieve the maximum load volume of 11 cubic metres. The contents of the Fortschritt HW80’s trailer can be unloaded hydraulically by the towing vehicle. The tipping side must be selected using a plug on the trailer. The maximum tipping angle is 50°, which ensures that the contents can be fully unloaded. The trailer can be fitted with a chaff container to transport goods with a very low density.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt HW 80 SHA 1:32

In the 1960s, Fortschritt became East Germany’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment. From 1978, Fortschritt merged with a number of state-owned enterprises specializing in the production of agricultural and food machines. One such state-owned enterprise was the ErnstGrube motor vehicle plant in Werdau. The Fortschritt HW 80 – a 2-sided tipping trailer – was one of the most famous models produced in the Werdau factory. The trailer was specifically designed for agricultural use and is still in use on many farms today. It has a permissible payload of 8550 kg. Side extensions are often used to achieve the maximum load volume of 11 cubic metres. The contents of the Fortschritt HW80’s trailer can be unloaded hydraulically by the towing vehicle. The tipping side must be selected using a plug on the trailer. The maximum tipping angle is 50°, which ensures that the contents can be fully unloaded. The trailer can be fitted with a chaff container to transport goods with a very low density.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€64.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fortschritt ZT300 blue 1:18

The ZT 300 was undoubtedly one of East Germany’s most well-known and popular tractors. Designed as a towing tractor, the ZT 300 series was produced from 1967 to 1984 by the publicy owned enterprise Traktorenwerk Schönebeck. This series replaced the hugely successful Famulus series. By 1984, a total of 72,382 vehicles in the Fortschritt series had been produced – a staggering number for a tractor model. The ZT 303, which was produced from 1972, featured an additional front-wheel drive. Thanks to its versatility, it quickly became the bestselling model in the 300 series. In 1984, the ZT 300 series was replaced by the ZT 320 series.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€199.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Fuchs excavator 301 1:32

Fuchs was founded by the blacksmith Johannes Fuchs in 1888 To begin with, the company specialized in the production of agricultural machines and barn equipment. After the end of the Second World War, Fuchs started to manufacture excavators and cranes at its factory in Ditzingen in response to the huge demand for such machines created by postwar reconstruction efforts. Over 15,000 Fuchs Bagger 301 vehicles were produced following the start of production in 1957. Today, the company belongs to the American TEREX group. This intricately detailed Schuco metal model of the Fuchs Bagger 301 features a lattice boom as well as an interchangeable scrap grapple and wrecking ball.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€74.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Grand Prix Racer #6 construction kit, blue

Starting in 1955, Schuco allowed fans to recreate the atmosphere of major races and tracks in their own homes by launching the replica of a contemporary Ferrari Grand Prix racing car. The Schuco Grand Prix Racer. This tin model, which is as interesting today as it was decades ago for fans of tin toys and technology, comes with a pinion steering control, removable wheels and tyres, a fully functional handbrake and an extremely robust winding mechanism. As part of a tin model collection, the Grand Prix Racer is the ideal accompaniment to the Schuco Studio Mercedes and other Schuco Studio models. As an assembly kit, the blue-orange racer additionally includes a set of wet-weather tyres and a fast-action car jack for short pit stops at home. Packaged in an impressive, fifties-style vintage gift box, this assembly racer is limited to just 500 copies worldwide.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Grand Prix Racer #8, red

Starting in 1955, Schuco allowed fans to recreate the atmosphere of major races and tracks in their own homes by launching the replica of a contemporary Ferrari Grand Prix racing car. The Schuco Grand Prix Racer. This tin model, which is as interesting today as it was decades ago for fans of tin toys and technology, comes with a pinion steering control, removable wheels and tyres, a fully functional handbrake and an extremely robust winding mechanism. As part of a tin model collection, the Grand Prix Racer is the ideal accompaniment to the Schuco Studio Mercedes and other Schuco Studio models. Finished in Ferrari Red with white racing stripes and the start number „8“, this unique model is limited to just 500 copies worldwide.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Hanomag F55 1:87

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€14.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Hanomag Mini-Service 1:87

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€17.95
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Hürlimann D70, 1:87

For its owners and numerous fans and enthusiasts, the Hürlimann from Switzerland is the Rolls-Royce of vintage tractors. Founded in 1929 in Will in the Swiss canton of St. Gallen, Hürlimann tractors soon earned a reputation for exceptional workmanship and maximum reliability. This was ensured by the extremely high level of in-house production of the individual vehicle components. In 1939, Hürlimann engineers launched the first diesel engine with direct injection – a world first at the time. The Swiss company has been part of SAME Lamborghini-Hürlimann since September 1975 and part of the SAME Deutz-Fahr Group since 1995. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Hürlimann D70 to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€14.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Hürlimann H-6160 green 1:32

For its owners and numerous fans and enthusiasts, the Hürlimann from Switzerland is the Rolls-Royce of vintage tractors. Founded in 1929 in Will in the Swiss canton of St. Gallen, Hürlimann tractors soon earned a reputation for exceptional workmanship and maximum reliability. This was ensured by the extremely high level of in-house production of the individual vehicle components. In 1939, Hürlimann engineers launched the first diesel engine with direct injection – a world first at the time. The Swiss company has been part of SAME Lamborghini-Hürlimann since September 1975 and part of the SAME Deutz-Fahr Group since 1995.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

IFA RS 03 Aktivist 1:32

In the middle of 1948, a new tractor factory was built on the site of the disassembled Brennabor AG plant in Brandenburg an der Havel. Production started in 1949 with the IFA RS 03/30 Aktivist – a 30 hp standard tractor with a frameless block design. A total of 3761 tractors in this Aktivist series were produced between 1949 and 1952. One of the most striking features of the RS/03 Aktivist was its unusually high design and its unconventional 2-cylinder V-type engine, whose cylinder heads protruded from the left and right sides under the bonnet. It was based on a wood gas tractor from Ohrenstein & Koppel, which was developed at the end of the 1930s. Its successor – the IFA RS04/30 – was produced from 1954 and was East Germany’s first tractor that was not based on a pre-war model.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€99.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

International 1255 1:32

The International 1255 is another cult youngtimer on the tractor scene. Launched in 1979, just over 1400 vehicles in this series were produced before production was discontinued in 1992. Its IH 6-cylinder four-stroke engine has a capacity of 5.9 litres that delivers a continuous output of 125 hp. It also features a direct fuel injection system and a turbocharger. Weighing 5550 kilograms, the 1255 has maximum permissible gross laden weight of 7 tonnes. From 1983, only export versions were produced without a cabin. The intricately detailed 1:32 Schuco model is a replica of the 1979 to 1983 version of the International 1255.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

International 4166 red 1:32

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, International Harvester (IH) was founded in 1902 following the merger of McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Deering Harvester Company, Plano Harvester Co., Milwaukee Harveste Co. and Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Co. In 1908 a German subsidiary was founded in Neuss, which initially only sold US-imported products from International Harvester. In 1911 the Neuss-based company started to produce its first agricultural machines, followed by tractors in 1937. The International 4166 Turbo was a heavy four-wheel drive articulated tractor, which was produced between 1972 and 1976 in the US. Its 7145 ccm 6-cylinder turbo engine provided 178 hp, which made the 6300 kg tractor a powerful workhorse for its time.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

International 533 red 1:32

When it was introduced in 1975 by IHC (International Harvester Company), the IHC 433 was the smallest model in the so-called IHC-A model series. Power-wise the tractor is the successor to the IHC 383. After IHC was taken over by Case, the IHC 433 was known as the Case IH 433 with a different colour scheme from 1985 onwards. The 433 model was built in the factories in Neuss and St. Dizier (France), like its predecessor. When production was discontinued in Neuss in the spring of 1990, production of model 433 continued in Doncaster (England) until March 1993, whereby the model designation changed to Case-IH 440.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Jaguar XK 120 1:87

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€9.95
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John Deere 4850 1:32

Founded in 1837 by the farrier, John Deere, in the US state of Illinois, Deere & Company, with its leading brand „John Deere“, is today the world leader in the field of agricultural technology. Shortly after the end of the 1st World War, Deere & Company started production of the first tractor models. During the world economic crisis, from 1931 to 1933, the company did not insist on repayments due from insolvent farmers. This generosity was later rewarded with many new customers and long-lasting customer loyalty. The John Deere 4850 on which our Schuco model is based was, from 1983 to 1988, a part of John Deere‘s 50 series. Driven by a 7630-cm3, 6-cylinder diesel engine, the 4850 delivered a maximum torque of 875 Nm.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€84.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere 4955 green 1:32

Produced from 1989 to 1992, the John Deere 4955 was John Deere’s top-of-the-range 55-series model. The 4955 belonged to the wide-frame range of models, which differed only in terms of their engine output. Featuring a 7634 cm3 in-line 6-cylinder engine, the John Deere 4955 could deliver 230 hp. It weighed 8332 kilograms and had an impressive maximum permissible gross laden weight of 12 tonnes.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
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John Deere 6300 w.loader 1:32

Featuring a 100 hp engine, the John Deere 6400 was the most powerful model in the hugely popular John Deere 6000 series from the 1990s. However, the bestselling model in the series was the John Deere 6300, which had a 3920 cm3 4-cylinder diesel engine with an output of 90 hp. Built between 1992 and 1997, the 6300 had an unladen weight of 3750 kg and maximum permission gross laden weight of 7500 kg. The 1:32 edition Schuco metal model features an additional moveable front loader.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€84.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere 7610 green 1:32

The John Deere 7610 is a 140 hp standard tractor from the John Deere 7010 range. It was built between 1997 and 2002. Optically, it looked very similar to its predecessor. However, John Deere’s engineers invested a significant amount of time in technical upgrades to the new range. The John Deere 7610’s 6.8 litre, 6-cylinder in-line engine could deliver 140 hp at a rated speed of 2100 rpm. It had an unladen weight of 6193 kg and maximum permissible gross laden weight of 11,500 kg.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€79.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

John Deere 7810 green 1:18

Deere & Company was founded in Illinois in 1837 by the blacksmith John Deere. Today, John Deere is the world’s leading manufacturer of agricultural vehicles. The first tractor models were built by Deere & Company shortly after the end of the First World War. During the Great Depression from 1931 to 1933, the company allowed farmers who could not afford to make repayments to keep their purchases. With hindsight, this generosity helped the company to acquire many new customers and ensure a high level of customer loyalty. The John Deere 7810, which was the inspiration for our Schuco model, is a heavy-duty tractor with a maximum permissible weight of 11 tonnes. It was produced from 1997 to 2003. Conceived by John Deere engineers for the heaviest off-road terrain, the 7810 is very popular and is still widely used more than 15 years after the vehicle was discontinued.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€199.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Kirovets K700, grey 1:32

Its dimensions alone make the Kirovets K-700 all,wheel drive tractor something special at every tractor meeting and, of course, in every tractor collection. Developed from the end of the 50s by the Russian manufacturer, Kirovets, the first prototype of the K-700 left the factory gates in Leningrad in July 1962. Between 1962 and 1975, well over 100,000 K-700s were produced. With an 8-cylinder diesel engine, developing 215 hp, sand centre-pivot steering, from 1968, the numbers exported to the GDR were also not insignificant. Known for its extreme reliability and very efficient, especially on large agricultural areas, using a K-700 could triple productivity compared with the Fortschritt ZT 300. However, to be able to make the best, economical use of a Kirovets K-700 in the state-controlled agriculture of the GDR, separate fields had to be joined up to form large acreages. It was also calculated that a K-700 had to be worked for at least 1400 hours per year to be profitable. Since this was impossible with single-shift working, a two-shift system was introduced for agricultural production collectives equipped with the K-700.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€149.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Lamborghini 1556 DT white 1:32

"The Italian firm Lamborghini Trattori was founded in 1948 by Ferruccio Lamborghini,the subsequent founder of Lamborghini Automobili in Pieve di Cento in northern Italy. Following his decision to concentrate on exclusive sports cars at the beginning of the 1970s, Lamborghini Trattori S.p.A. was acquired by SAME in 1973, which incorporated a number of new technologies into its product range. This included tracked vehicles and a fully synchronised transmission for tractors pioneered by Lamborghini Trattori. The acquisition culminated in the launch of the Lamborghini 1056 – 1556 series of tractors in 1981, which featured technology based on the Hercules 160. The five tractor models in this series were powered by six-cylinder engines. The Lamborghini 1556 was the top-of-the-range model and featured a turbocharger. The five Lamborghini tractors had a horsepower of 105 hp to 155 hp. The transmission was equipped with 12 forwards and 3 reverse gears."   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€119.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Land Rover 88 1:87

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€9.95
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Land Rover SAFARI 1:64

For many years, its name has been a synonymous with off-road capability - the Land Rover. Badged as the Land Rover Defender since 1990, it is one of the few vehicles that for decades has been produced in its unmistakeable and almost unaltered initial form. Altogether more than 2 million vehicles were manufactured by Land Rover during its almost unbelievable 68 years of production from 1948 until 2016.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.95
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Lanz Bulldog, blue 1:32

Founded in the 19th century, Heinrich Lanz AG in Mannheim very quickly developed into one of Germany‘s leading agricultural machinery manufacturers. From the 1920s, the Mannheim company went into the production of farm tractors and thus played a significant part in the motorisation of German agriculture. Under the name of Lanz Bulldog, farm tractors with a single-cylinder, glow-plug engine were produced with great success. These tractors made such an impression that the name Bulldog became widely used in Germany as a colloquial expression for farm tractors in general. During the 30s, Lanz achieved a market share of 50% in Germany and more than half its production was exported. The very finely detailed Schuco model to a scale of 1:32 depicts a Lanz Bulldog D 9506, one of Lanz‘ most successful models. Almost unchanged from 1936 to 1955, it was produced with a single-cylinder engine, legendary for its displacement of just over 10 litres and delivering 45 hp.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Leopard 1A1 BUNDESWEHR 1:87

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€19.95
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Leopard 2A6 BUNDESWEHR 1:87

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€20.95
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Liebherr A 922 Rail 1:87

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€39.99
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Liebherr PR 744 1:87

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€24.95
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Liebherr Radlader 550 BW 1:87

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€19.95
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MAN 7t GL BW camo 1:87

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€19.95
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MAN Truck 5t gl 1:87

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€19.95
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Marder 1A2 BUNDESWEHR 1:87

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€22.95
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MB 180 D POLICE 1:64

In 1953, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the Mercedes 180, from the W120 series, as its first completely new passenger car redesign since the war. Also known as the “Ponton Mercedes” (the “Ponton Mercedes”), the 180 was a car for the upper middle class and replaced the pre-war 170V design. The “Ponton” was also the first Mercedes with a self-supporting chassis. The 180 D, introduced in 1954, became popular all over the world as a reliable taxi and was responsible for making the use of diesel engines in passenger cars popular.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.95
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MB 180 D Ponton grey 1:64

In 1953, Mercedes-Benz unveiled the Mercedes 180, from the W120 series, as its first completely new passenger car redesign since the war. Also known as the “Ponton Mercedes” (the “Ponton Mercedes”), the 180 was a car for the upper middle class and replaced the pre-war 170V design. The “Ponton” was also the first Mercedes with a self-supporting chassis. The 180 D, introduced in 1954, became popular all over the world as a reliable taxi and was responsible for making the use of diesel engines in passenger cars popular.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.95
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MB 200 D, dark green 1:64

As a successor to the famous Ponton Mercedes, the W120, Mercedes-Benz introduced in 1961 the W110 series, also known as the “little tail fin”. With the so-called “tail fin” design feature, the Mercedes-Benz design department, previously known for its conservatism, made a concession to the American automobile design prevailing at the time. Mercedes, however, called them “Peilstege”, as they clearly marked the end of the vehicle when reverse parking.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€11.95
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MB 280 SL, green 1:18

The new Mercedes-Benz SL series debuted at the Geneva motor show in March 1963, and the 230 SL is now referred to as the „Pagode“ model due to its distinctive hardtop roof. Its successor, the famous 190 SL, was the first SL series that consciously incorporated numerous safety features. It was the first time that an SL model had offered a reinforced passenger cell, crumple zones, radial tyres, disc brakes and also optionally available seat belts. Often hailed as a design icon today, roughly 50,000 models of the „Mercedes-Benz Pagode“ were manufactured during various stages of development between 1963 and 1971, now making it a truly sought-after classic car that fetches high prices.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€99.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

MB 300 SEL 6.8 AMG #1 1:87

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€9.95
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MB 300SL Skiurlaub, red 1:43

Presented in1957 as successor to the legendary 300 SL Gullwing, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster was produced from 1957 to 1963 with a total run of 1858 cars. Equipped with a 3-litre, in-line six-cylinder engine and depending on the gearing, this breathtaking convertible could achieve top speeds as high as 260 km/h (163 mph), making it one of the fastest and most fascinating cars of its time. Mercedes-Benz offered a range of accessories for its well-heeled customers, including a matching suitcase set, a container for golf equipment and a ski rack.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€59.95
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MB L1000 Schreyer+Co 1:43

The L 1000 Express delivery vehicle was introduced to the public in 1929 on the basis of the chassis of the Mercedes-Benz „Stuttgart Type“ passenger vehicle. A 50 BHP sixcylinder engine gave the L 1000 a top speed of 65 km/h. Because of its extraordinary reliability and its robustness, large quantities of the vehicle were also purchased by the German Reichspost. With a payload of 1000 kilograms and the advertising area associated with the large-area box-type superstructure, the Mercedes-Benz L 1000 was used by many companies as a transport vehicle and advertisement on wheels in the 1930s and 1940s.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€49.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

MB L911 Mercedes-Benz 1:87

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€14.95
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MB LG 315 LF fire engine 1:87

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€20.95
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MB O302 DP 1:87

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€20.95
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MB O3500 Rennabteilung 1:43

As of the Carrera Panamericana in 1952, Mercedes-Benz started to take part again in international racing events. In 1954, the Stuttgart-based company then re-entered the Grand Prix circus and was successful at its very first start at the French Grand Prix with a one-two victory by Juan Manuel Fangio and Karl Kling. In order to be able to transport the W196 and 300 SLR racing cars to the respective race tracks — along with the Mercedes-Benz racing division’s huge amount of equipment — a large racing division fleet was maintained. One of these special vehicles was the Mercedes-Benz O3500 on the basis of the O3500 omnibus, on which our Schuco model, at a scale of 1:43, is derived. No less than three examples of this vehicle belonged to the racing division.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.95
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MB Race Trans. MARTINI 1:18

In the early days of motor sport, from the beginning of the 20th century to well into the 1930’s, the majority of souped-up racing cars were still transported on their own four wheels from the factories to the famous racetracks of Le Mans, Monza, the Nürburgring or the infamous Targa Florio in Sicily. As the sport began to become professionalised, from about the middle of the 1930’s, the development of special transport vehicles, the so-called racing transporters, began. In the mid-1960’s, Porsche too had two transport vehicles based on the Mercedes-Benz O317 bus chassis built specifically for the needs of its racing division. The two racing transporters were used by the Porsche racing division until the 1980’s and, over the years, were also adapted several times to the design of the corresponding major sponsor. Due to their really quite box-like design, the Porsche racing transporters were soon somewhat mockingly called “furniture vans”. The white painted transporter of the MARTINI Porsche racing team on which our finely detailed Schuco model is based was used from the mid-seventies onwards and replaced its silvercoloured MARTINI Racing predecessor.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€499.95
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MB/8 Coupé, beige 1:87

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€9.95
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Mercedes AMG "Vision GranTurismo", 1:12

Mercedes AMG Vision Gran Turismo. Extreme proportions, sensuous contours and precise graphics coalesce in a vehicle that makes breathtaking performance come alive. That‘s how this concept car is described on Mercedes-Benz‘s homepage. And this is the most apt way of describing this vehicle which was launched at the Los Angeles Autoshow in 2013. The Mercedes AMG Vision Gran Turismo was designed as a visionary super sports concept car for the Gran Turismo 6 Playstation racing game. As a finely detailed limited edition in the increasingly favoured 1:12 large scale, it is an extremely decorative single item or a great addition to any collection of sports- and Mercedes-Benz cars.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€269.95
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Mercedes Vision Simplex 1:18

At Design Essentials 2019 in Nice, Mercedes-Benz presented the „Vision Mercedes Simplex“, an automobile sculpture that embodies the heritage and future of the Mercedes-Benz brand. This highly interesting concept symbolises the transition to a new era of automobile design and technology. It is also a tribute to the historical legacy and birth of the Mercedes brand following the launch of the Mercedes 35 PS, which was first used by Emil Jellinek at the Nice Race Week in early 1901. Named after his beloved daughter Mercedes, this first Mercedes racing car was a resounding success for its time and contributed to the glamorous image of the young brand. The “Vision Mercedes Simplex” sculpture recalls this historic event and carries the pioneering spirit and design characteristics of Mercedes’ first car into the 21st century.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€149.95
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Mercedes Vision Simplex 1:43

At Design Essentials 2019 in Nice, Mercedes-Benz presented the „Vision Mercedes Simplex“, an automobile sculpture that embodies the heritage and future of the Mercedes-Benz brand. This highly interesting concept symbolises the transition to a new era of automobile design and technology. It is also a tribute to the historical legacy and birth of the Mercedes brand following the launch of the Mercedes 35 PS, which was first used by Emil Jellinek at the Nice Race Week in early 1901. Named after his beloved daughter Mercedes, this first Mercedes racing car was a resounding success for its time and contributed to the glamorous image of the young brand. The “Vision Mercedes Simplex” sculpture recalls this historic event and carries the pioneering spirit and design characteristics of Mercedes’ first car into the 21st century.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Mercedes-Benz 300SL Coupé, beige, 1:87

It is the ultimate German dream car of the economic miracle years - the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL, also known as the Gullwing. Originally planned purely as a racing sports car for circuits like Le Mans or the Targa Florio, the road version of the 300 SL very quickly became the dream car of many motoring enthusiasts. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.95
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Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster, white, 1:87

Presented in1957 as successor to the legendary 300 SL Gullwing, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster was produced from 1957 to 1963 with a total run of 1858 cars. Equipped with a 3-litre, in-line six-cylinder engine and depending on the gearing, this breathtaking convertible could achieve top speeds as high as 260 km/h (163 mph), making it one of the fastest and most fascinating cars of ist time. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.95
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Mercedes-Benz Unimog U406, light green, 1:87

When one talks nowadays about legendary cars such as the VW Beetle, classic Mini, VW Bulli or Porsche 911, any such list should always include the Unimog from Mercedes-Benz. Within Unimog‘s long history, the Mercedes-Benz U 406 represents the classical Unimog for many fans. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this Unimog 406 to a scale of 1:87. Edition 1:87 models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail. These models are the perfect choice for model railways enthusiasts, diorama makers and die-hard model collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€14.95
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Mercedes-Maybach 6 1:18

Mercedes-Benz presented the Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible vision at the summit of the most sophisticated classic cars in Pebble Beach, California, in August 2017. With its sensual-emotional design and innovative technical concept solutions, this spectacular study attempts to provide a forecast of the ultimate car luxury of the future. At the same time, the two-seater is homage to the glorious car Haute Couture of the hand-made exclusive convertibles. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible is designed as an electric car. The output of the drive is 550 kW (750 BHP). The flat battery in the underfloor makes it possible to travel more than 500 kilometres.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€179.95
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Mercedes-Maybach 6 1:43

"Mercedes-Benz presented the Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible vision at the summit of the most sophisticated classic cars in Pebble Beach, California, in August 2017. With its sensual-emotional design and innovative technical concept solutions, this spectacular study attempts to provide a forecast of the ultimate car luxury of the future. At the same time, the two-seater is homage to the glorious car Haute Couture of the hand-made exclusive convertibles. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Convertible is designed as an electric car. The output of the drive is 550 kW (750 BHP). The flat battery in the underfloor makes it possible to travel more than 500 kilometres."   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Mercedes-Maybach 6 Coupé 1:64

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€44.95
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Mercedes-Maybach G650 1:64

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€44.95
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Mercedes-Maybach U. L. 1:18

“Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury – Exclusive motoring at the highest level” This is the slogan used by Mercedes-Benz to describe the crossover based on an exclusive high-end saloon and a SUV, which was presented at “Auto China 2018”. The show car combines the comfort and typical strengths of both body styles. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury is conceived as an electric vehicle with four compact permanent-magnet synchronous electric motors and a fully variable all-wheel drive. The concept car has a maximum output of 550 kW / 750 hp, which provides a top of speed of 250 km/h. The rechargeable battery in the underbody has a capacity of 80 kWh and delivers a range of up to 500 kilometres.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€189.95
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Mercedes-Maybach U. L. 1:43

“Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury – exclusive travel at the highest level”. This is how Mercedes-Benz describes its trial of a crossover between an exclusive highend saloon and an SUV, which it presented at the Auto China Show in Beijing in 2018.The show car thus combines the comfort and typical strengths of both chassis variants. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury is designed as an electric car with four compact, permanent-magnet synchronous electric motors and fully variable all-wheel drive. The top performance of these concept cars is 550 kW / 750 hp, which enables a top speed of 250 km/h. The battery installed in the underbody of the car has a capacity of 80 kWh and provides a range of up to 500 kilometres.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€89.95
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Micro Racer Fairlane „Highway Police"

Presented more than 60 years ago, in 1958, the Micro Racer Ford Fairlane appears as a "State Highway Patrol" patrol car. The model has all the functions of a Schuco Micro Racer and is additionally equipped with signal lights and a loudspeaker.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€44.95
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Micro Racer Fairlane, red beige

The elegant, red/beige paintwork and tail-fin design of the Micro Racer Ford Fairlane hark directly back to the 50s, petticoats, Elvis and rock'n roll.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer Jaguar E-Type

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. In terms of quality and performance, the new edition of the Jaguar E-Type Micro Racer, which is still produced using original Schuco tools, is every bit as good as the original. The Micro Racer Jaguar E-Type additionally boasts opening and closing doors. The model is supplied in a replica of the original 1960s packaging. Like all Micro Racers, the Jaguar is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer Opel GT, blue metallic

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. In terms of quality and performance, the new edition of the Opel GT Micro Racer, which is still produced using original Schuco tools, is every bit as good as the original. The Micro Racer Opel GT additionally boasts opening and closing doors. The model is supplied in a replica of the original 1960s packaging. Like all Micro Racers, the Opel GT is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer Opel GT, orange

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. In terms of quality and performance, the new edition of the Opel GT Micro Racer, which is still produced using original Schuco tools, is every bit as good as the original. The Micro Racer Opel GT additionally boasts opening and closing doors. The model is supplied in a replica of the original 1960s packaging. Like all Micro Racers, the Opel GT is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer VW T1 box van "Schuco"

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. To ensure the models of the Schuco Micro Racer series remain attractive and highly collectible items, the series is gradually being enhanced with new model developments. For instance, the VW T1 "camper" box van is now also available as a Schuco Micro Racer. In terms of quality and performance, the Micro Racer VW T1 box van is every bit as good as the traditional Micro Racers. The model comes packaged in a fifties-style vintage Micro Racer box. Like all Micro Racers, the "new" VW T1 box van "Schuco" is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer VW T1 bus, brown-red

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. To ensure the models of the Schuco Micro Racer series remain attractive and highly collectible items, the series is gradually being enhanced with new model developments. For instance, the VW T1 "camper" van is now also available as a Schuco Micro Racer. In terms of quality and performance, the Micro Racer VW T1 van is every bit as good as the traditional Micro Racers. The model comes packaged in a fifties-style vintage Micro Racer box. Like all Micro Racers, the "new" VW T1 van is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer VW T1 vox van "Post"

First unveiled in 1954, Schuco Micro Racers are now once again an integral part of the Schuco Classic range. The Schuco Micro Racers still exude the irresistible charm of the traditional, mechanical toy from our childhood days thanks to their extremely robust and resilient metal design. Each Micro Racer comes with a particularly fast and long-running spring mechanism, the so-called Micro Screw, which can be used to adjust the steering precisely for flying down the finishing straight, and a lever that stops the spring mechanism and releases free-wheeling. To ensure the models of the Schuco Micro Racer series remain attractive and highly collectible items, the series is gradually being enhanced with new model developments. For instance, the VW T1 "camper" box van is now also available as a Schuco Micro Racer. In terms of quality and performance, the Micro Racer VW T1 box van is every bit as good as the traditional Micro Racers. The model comes packaged in a fifties-style vintage Micro Racer box. Like all Micro Racers, the "new" VW T1 box van “Deutsche Bundespost” is also produced on an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.95
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Micro Racer „VW Käfer“ construction kit, dark red beige

First presented in 1954, the Schuco Micro Racers have meanwhile made a come-back as an essential part of the Schuco Classic range. With their solid and highly robust metal construction, the Schuco Micro Racers continue to radiate the irresistible charm of the classical, mechanical toys of our youth. A Micro Racer is equipped with a particularly fast-acting, long-throw suspension, the so-called micro-screw with which the steering can be adjusted with millimetric precision for targeted travel and a control lever by means of which the suspension can be locked and the free-wheel started. The new edition of the VW Beetle Micro Racers, which is still produced using the original Schuco tools, lacks nothing in quality and function compared to the original. With the Micro Racer VW Beetle as a building kit, you can learn about and get to understand the complex Micro Racer mechanics as you assemble the model. The building kit is supplied in an attractive, nostalgic gift package. A reprint of the original packaging from the 50s is also included in the set. All Micro-Racers are reproduced to an approximate scale of 1:40.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€49.95
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NH90 Helicopter "Bundeswehr", camouflaged, 1:87

The NH 90 (Nato Helicopter 90) was designed as a lightweight, all-weather and night-time multirole helicopter. Since the fuselage consists mainly of fibre composites, this helicopter has a far smaller radar cross section than other helicopters. As a multirole helicopter, the NH90‘s spectrum of missions ranges from transportation of material and personnel, especially special forces, through to the evacuation of casualties from the battlefield. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this NH 90 to a scale of 1:87. Military models come with a metal body and chassis. As is expected of Schuco models, a number of key features have been reproduced exactly with the greatest attention to detail.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€32.95
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Opel Blitz 1,75t PORSCHE 1:18

"Following the huge success of the 1.5 tonne Opel Blitz truck in the 1930s, in 1952 Opel launched a 1.75 tonne model to replace its pre-war predecessor. With its American-inspired design, the Opel Blitz was a true trendsetter in the history of German post-war trucks. Its 2.5 litre, 6-cylinder 58 hp engine helped the Blitz to reach a maximum speed of almost 100 kilometres per hour. Thanks to its sophisticated and extremely reliable design, the Blitz 1.75 T was used by the Deutsche Bundespost (German Federal Post Office), government authorities and the private sector, as well as the Porsche racing service. Almost 90,000 vehicles of this series were sold between 1952 and 1960."   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€159.95
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Opel Diplomat A green met. 1:18

Built between 1965 and 1967, the Opel Diplomat Coupé was Opel’s crowning achievement of the mid-1960s. With a length of almost 5 metres and a 230 hp 5.4 litre V8 engine, it could easily give the top-of-the-range Mercedes-Benz models a run for their money. At its launch in 1965 it cost DM 25,500, placing it in the same price category as luxury vehicles like the Mercedes-Benz 280 Pagoden-SL or the Porsche 911. Unfortunately, the sales figures did not meet expectations and only 347 of these splendid vehicles were produced at the Karmann facility in Osnabrück before production was discontinued in July 1967. Today, the Opel Diplomat A Coupé is highly sought after among collectors – vehicles in good condition fetch a price tag of more than 200,000 euros.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€179.95
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Phänomen Granit ROTKÄPP.1:43

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€44.95
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Pic.board game NÜRBURGRING II

A race on the legendary Nürburgring track – a dream for any car or motor sports fan. This Piccolo Nürburgring racing set allows you to make this dream come true. Legendary track sections such as “Hatzenbach”, “Fuchsröhre”, “Kesselchen” and the “Karussell” will require all of your driving skills as well as a stroke of good luck if you want to be the first to see the black and white finishing flag!   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€69.95
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Pic.constr.kit CABRIO MONTEUR

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€19.95
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Pic.constr.kit PORSCHE RENND.

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€29.95
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Pic.Opel Blitz VESPA SERVICO

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€22.95
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Pic.Set VOLKSPOLIZEI

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€22.95
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Pic.VW T1 MOTORRAD SERVICE

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€20.95
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Porsche 356 A Carrera Speedster "Edition 70 Jahre Porsche", red black, 1:18

To mark "70 Years of Porsche Sports Cars", Schuco presents an Edition 1:18 version of the Porsche 356 A Carrera Speedster, limited to just 777 copies worldwide. More than 76,000 examples of the classic Porsche 356 sports car were produced between 1948 and 1965. The Porsche 356 was offered to its enthusiastic customers as a Coupé, cabriolet and hardtop coupé as well as a more nimble and lighter Speedster version. The top model of the Porsche 356 A series was without doubt the Carrera. Powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder, air-cooled engine, the Carrera produced 100bhp, allowing the extremely lightweight Speedster to reach a fantastic top speed of over 125 mph, which was quite a remarkable feat at that time. Under the motto "win on Sunday - sell on Monday", the Porsche 356 Speedster, in the hands of a number of private American drivers, won many of the then very popular club races held in the USA. Just like the other models of the Schuco Edition 1:18, the Porsche 356 A Speedster comes with many lovingly crafted details, such as opening and closing doors, a front opening hood and the opening bonnet under which the highly detailed replica of the "Fuhrmann engine" is accommodated. The limited special edition "70 Years of Porsche Sports Cars" additionally comes with the hardtop which was newly developed and specially designed for the Speedster at that time. The limited special edition "70 Years of Porsche Sports Cars" additionally comes with the hardtop which was newly developed and specially designed for the Speedster at that time.     Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€129.95
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Porsche 356 A Speedster 1:87

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.95
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Porsche 356 SC grey 1:43

“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.
€89.95
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Porsche 356 SC red 1:43

“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.
€89.95
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