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BMW M8, red, 1:18

It is distinctly one of those BMW concept cars that unfortunately never found its way onto the public roads - the BMW M8 based upon the E31 series. Undoubtedly, the 550 PS V12 engine under the bonnet would have made this dream car one of the fastest and most powerful road vehicles of its time. Various design features distinguish this M8 from the standard BMW 8 series, including especially aerodynamic exterior mirrors and widely-flared wheel arches with air scoops in front of the driven rear wheels. Schuco now presents a miniature PRO.R line model of the BMW M8 in scale 1:18 limited to 500 copies worldwide. This series has become established as a small series model line made of resin that stands for extraordinary and highly sophisticated models. Thanks to this top quality model-making material, it is possible to create extremely rare and exotic model vehicles in perfect quality and with never-before-seen precision.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€149.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

FMR TG 500 "Tiger", red, 1:18

In the early summer of 1945, aircraft engineer Fritz M. Fend returned to his home town of Rosenheim. During the war he had been instrumental in the development of the Messerschmitt Me 262. In 1946, he began to develop a human-powered vehicle for the large numbers of disabled war veterans returning from the front, the “Flitzer”. In order to increase mobility, the three-wheeled “Flitzer” was subsequently equipped with a combustion engine. After years of further development and improvement, the time had come in March 1953 to present the first “Messerschmitt cabin scooter”, the KR 175. Success followed very quickly. In 1955 alone, the Messerschmitt factory produced more than 12,000 units of the 9 horsepower KR 200, which sold for 2500 Deutschmarks. The four-wheeled Messerschmitt Tiger, fitted with a 500 cc Fichtel & Sachs engine, was launched in 1958 as the top-of-the-range model with a power output of just 19.5 horsepower – but a top speed of 125 km/h. After a run of only 300 vehicles, production of the Tiger was stopped in autumn 1961, which makes this unusual small vehicle a sought-after and highly valuable collector’s vehicle today. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary FMR TG 500 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.
€129.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

FMR TG 500 Roadster "Tiger", white, 1:18

In the early summer of 1945, aircraft engineer Fritz M. Fend returned to his home town of Rosenheim. During the war he had been instrumental in the development of the Messerschmitt Me 262. In 1946, he began to develop a human-powered vehicle for the large numbers of disabled war veterans returning from the front, the “Flitzer”. In order to increase mobility, the three-wheeled “Flitzer” was subsequently equipped with a combustion engine. After years of further development and improvement, the time had come in March 1953 to present the first “Messerschmitt cabin scooter”, the KR 175. Success followed very quickly. In 1955 alone, the Messerschmitt factory produced more than 12,000 units of the 9 horsepower KR 200, which sold for 2500 Deutschmarks. The four-wheeled Messerschmitt Tiger, fitted with a 500 cc Fichtel & Sachs engine, was launched in 1958 as the top-of-the-range model with a power output of just 19.5 horsepower – but a top speed of 125 km/h. After a run of only 300 vehicles, production of the Tiger was stopped in autumn 1961, which makes this unusual small vehicle a sought-after and highly valuable collector’s vehicle today. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary FMR TG 500 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.
€129.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Glas 2600 V8, white, 1:18

Founded in 1883 in Pilsting as an agricultural machinery factory, Hans Glas GmbH of Dingolfing entered the lucrative two-wheel business at the start of the 1950s with the production of its Goggo scooter. A small car known as the Goggomobil was then launched in 1955 with great success, offering space for two adults and two children and costing 3,000 DM. In the years that followed, Glas evolved more and more into a serious manufacturer of cars. This led to the launch of the Glas 2600 V8 at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in 1965. A very elegant coupé with coachwork designed by Frua and a V8 engine developed by the Glas company itself. This beautiful sports coupé, also nicknamed the „Glaserati“, unfortunately did not prove to be a commercial success and consequently Glas was sold to BMW AG in 1966. There, production of the coupé continued for a while as the BMW Glas 3000 V8 after some minor revisions were made to the design and features. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Glas 2600 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.
€159.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet, black, 1:18

Strictly limited! Open air luxury, on-road and off-road. These are the keywords which Mercedes-Benz uses to advertise for its Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet. This is probably the most luxurious method of dignified travelling both off-road and on well-surfaced roads at present. This automotive masterpiece, which is limited to just 99 vehicles, has every luxury that you can imagine in car construction, and is equipped with a 630 BHP V12 cylinder engine. In spite of the list price of approximately 750,000 Euros, the limited edition was snapped up very quickly. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 750 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet 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.
€149.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet, white, 1:18

Strictly limited! Open air luxury, on-road and off-road. These are the keywords which Mercedes-Benz uses to advertise for its Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet. This is probably the most luxurious method of dignified travelling both off-road and on well-surfaced roads at present. This automotive masterpiece, which is limited to just 99 vehicles, has every luxury that you can imagine in car construction, and is equipped with a 630 BHP V12 cylinder engine. In spite of the list price of approximately 750,000 Euros, the limited edition was snapped up very quickly. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 750 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet 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.
€149.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Porsche 356 Gmünd Coupé, black, 1:18

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. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Porsche 356 Gmünd Coupé 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.
€159.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Porsche 356 Gmünd Coupé, silver, 1:18

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. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Porsche 356 Gmünd Coupé 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.
€159.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

VW Käfer "Motorhome", blue, 1:18

After the rapid growth in the 50s of the desire for free mobility combined with the wish for travel to southern countries in large sections of the population, the camping culture became widespread as never before. It quickly occurred to a few talented vehicle developers that, in addition to the trailer caravans already known since the 20s, motorised caravans, motorhomes, could be developed. Thus, in California, a building kit appeared with which a VW Beetle could be converted into a low-cost version of a small motorhome - the Bug Camper. As well as demanding some handiwork skill, the conversion did take a good deal of time. The normal space in a Beetle was not enough for two beds, a table, wall cupboards and cooking facilities, so massive changes had to be made. To achieve this, the bodywork from just in front of the windscreen to the rear end was completely removed and a wooden superstructure was then built on the remaining chassis. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary VW Beetle Motorhome 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.
€179.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Bitter CD blue metallic 1:18

In the early 1970s Erich Bitter combined tried and tested Opel technology with an extravagant and exotic chassis design. The result was the Bitter CD, a sports automobile which was produced from autumn 1973 to the end of 1979 and combined American and German technology with Italian chassis design. Designed in close collaboration with the Stuttgart chassis manufacturer Baur, the Bitter CD was presented to an enthusiastic audience at the IAA 1973 in Frankfurt. The mechanical parts were based on the Opel Diplomat B and included a 5.4 litre 8-cylinder engine with 230 hp. By the end of production in 1979, a total of 395 of this elegant sports coupé had been sold for a base price of DM 60,000. The Bitter CD can reach speeds of up to 210 kilometres per hour, and more than half are still on the road today, mostly owned by collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€179.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Bitter CD gold metallic 1:18

In the early 1970s Erich Bitter combined tried and tested Opel technology with an extravagant and exotic chassis design. The result was the Bitter CD, a sports automobile which was produced from autumn 1973 to the end of 1979 and combined American and German technology with Italian chassis design. Designed in close collaboration with the Stuttgart chassis manufacturer Baur, the Bitter CD was presented to an enthusiastic audience at the IAA 1973 in Frankfurt. The mechanical parts were based on the Opel Diplomat B and included a 5.4 litre 8-cylinder engine with 230 hp. By the end of production in 1979, a total of 395 of this elegant sports coupé had been sold for a base price of DM 60,000. The Bitter CD can reach speeds of up to 210 kilometres per hour, and more than half are still on the road today, mostly owned by collectors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€179.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

Citroën SM "Shooting Brake", gold metallic, 1:18

First shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 1970, the Citroën SM was produced from 1970 to 1975 and is now regarded as one of the absolute style icons of automotive history. With a favourable drag coefficient of 0.33 - almost unbelievable for those times - the vehicle offered proof that aerodynamically favourable vehicle design need not necessarily result in uniform design ideas. The SM was fitted with a V6 engine developed by Maserati but did not prove to be a financial success for Citroen and production was swiftly ended after the takeover by the PSA-Group. Several very interesting special models based on the Citroën SM have also been produced over the years, such as the Cabriolet Mylord from Chapron, the Presidentielle presentation vehicle and a shooting-brake version. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 500 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Citroën SM Shooting Brake 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.
€189.95
incl. VAT plus P&P

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-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
incl. VAT plus P&P

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
incl. VAT plus P&P

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
incl. VAT plus P&P

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
incl. VAT plus P&P

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
incl. VAT plus P&P

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
incl. VAT plus P&P
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