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VW Beetle with caravan 1:64

At the behest of the government, the highly gifted automotive engineer Ferdinand Porsche developed the German „people‘s car“ at his design office in Stuttgart from 1934 onwards. With an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine and streamlined body, its design was revolutionary for those times. Later famous globally as the „Beetle“, it became the most successful vehicle in automotive history with more than 22 million units produced.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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VW Golf I GTI 1:87

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VW Kaefer split window red 1:18

Developed for a government contract in the 1930s by the Stuttgart design office Porsche, the VW Beetle became the world’s best-selling car over the course of its 65-year production history, overtaking the previous record holder, the Ford T model known as “Tin Lizzy”. The most outstanding features of the “Beetle” were its revolutionary streamlined shape, an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine, a cutting-edge platform chassis and a newly developed torsion bar suspension. Continuous improvements were made to the series over the years. Evidence shows that no less than 78,000 technical changes were made to the VW Beetle from 1948 to 1974. During a meeting to discuss the VW Beetle in 1954, the former Managing Director of the Volkswagen plant, Heinrich Nordhoff, remarked: “We are convinced that salvation lies not in new designs, however bold and magnificent they may be, but in the consistent and never-ending development of even the smallest details to maturity and perfection. This is the key to truly surprising success”. The all-new 1:18 resin model of the VW Beetle also sports a wide range of intricate details and is an essential addition to every VW beetle and model car collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€149.95
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VW Kaefer split window, blue 1:18

Developed for a government contract in the 1930s by the Stuttgart design office Porsche, the VW Beetle became the world’s best-selling car over the course of its 65-year production history, overtaking the previous record holder, the Ford T model known as “Tin Lizzy”. The most outstanding features of the “Beetle” were its revolutionary streamlined shape, an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine, a cutting-edge platform chassis and a newly developed torsion bar suspension. Continuous improvements were made to the series over the years. Evidence shows that no less than 78,000 technical changes were made to the VW Beetle from 1948 to 1974. During a meeting to discuss the VW Beetle in 1954, the former Managing Director of the Volkswagen plant, Heinrich Nordhoff, remarked: “We are convinced that salvation lies not in new designs, however bold and magnificent they may be, but in the consistent and never-ending development of even the smallest details to maturity and perfection. This is the key to truly surprising success”. The all-new 1:18 resin model of the VW Beetle also sports a wide range of intricate details and is an essential addition to every VW beetle and model car collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€149.95
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VW Käfer Faltdach "1963", red, 1:18

In the course of its 65 years in production, the Volkswagen, developed in the 1830s by the Stuttgart design office, Porsche, under government contract, grew to be the most produced car in the world, overtaking the previous record holder, the „Tin Lizzy“ Ford model T. The most outstanding technical characteristics of the „Beetle“ were its streamlined shape, revolutionary for its time, its air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine, its novel platform frame and its newly developed torsion bar suspension, which, over the years, underwent a continuous development and improvement process. Documentation shows that, from 1948 to 1974, no less than 78,000 changes were made to the VW Beetle. So said the former Managing Director of the Volkswagen plant, Heinrich Nordhoff, in 1954 on the occasion of a VW Beetle meeting: „We are convinced that salvation lies not in new designs, however bold and magnificent they may, but in the thorough-going and never satisfied further development of even the smallest details to maturity and perfection, which indeed brings the really surprising success“. This is also true for the completely newly developed, 1:18 scale metal model of the 1963 VW Beetle, which is captivating with its multitude of painstaking details, making this model an enrichment for every VW beetle and model car collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€139.95
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VW Käfer Limousine "1963", grey, 1:18

In the course of its 65 years in production, the Volkswagen, developed in the 1830s by the Stuttgart design office, Porsche, under government contract, grew to be the most produced car in the world, overtaking the previous record holder, the „Tin Lizzy“ Ford model T. The most outstanding technical characteristics of the „Beetle“ were its streamlined shape, revolutionary for its time, its air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine, its novel platform frame and its newly developed torsion bar suspension, which, over the years, underwent a continuous development and improvement process. Documentation shows that, from 1948 to 1974, no less than 78,000 changes were made to the VW Beetle. So said the former Managing Director of the Volkswagen plant, Heinrich Nordhoff, in 1954 on the occasion of a VW Beetle meeting: „We are convinced that salvation lies not in new designs, however bold and magnificent they may, but in the thorough-going and never satisfied further development of even the smallest details to maturity and perfection, which indeed brings the really surprising success“. This is also true for the completely newly developed, 1:18 scale metal model of the 1963 VW Beetle, which is captivating with its multitude of painstaking details, making this model an enrichment for every VW beetle and model car collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€139.95
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VW T1a "Midlands Centre" wiht beetle chassis, 1:18

In the 1950s, the „Midlands Centre“ VW dealership was very well known and successful in the Midlands in England. To draw the attention of English customers to the VW Beetle by way of an unusual promotional idea, a Beetle body shell was placed onto a converted VW T1 transporter van. This certainly resulted in a great deal of interest being shown in the practical small car from Germany. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary VW T1 with Beetle body to a scale of 1:18 in the PRO R line. This line, consisting of resin as the material, stands for exceptional and highly filigree small series models. By means of this highgrade model material, it is possible to produce very rare and exotic exemplary vehicles in perfect quality and also in low and exclusive production runs.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€219.95
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