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Increasingly sought after worldwide, the 1:18 scale has now become a point of reference, and is greatly appreciated by every generation of collectors and car enthusiasts.

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  • Fabrizion Tabaton is an Italian rally driver. Associated with Luciano Tedeschini, they flew by the 1986 rally season, driving a Lancia Delta S4. This Italian is a car specifically thought out to be engaged in competition. It meets the regulations of Group B, which, in the 80s, marked the history of road racing. 200 units of a civilian series were produced...

  • In the middle of the sixties, sales for the Citroën 2CV were starting to feel the burn from its rival, the Renault R4. The brand decided to react by producing a profound evolution of the car. The Dyane’s name found its inspiration through the catalogue of names available with Panhard, recently purchased by the car manufacturer. Similarly to its rival, the...

  • When it came out in 1934, the Citroën Traction was a revolution. With front-wheel drive, its mono-shelled structure, hydraulic breaks, and its independent wheels, it surprised everyone and made the competition look ridiculous. Its reputation stemmed from exceptional handling on the road and luxurious comfort. This large sedan would make French history by...

  • If only one car were to symbolize California it would be this MANX Buggy. The story begins in 1964. The hippie movement had began and Bruce Meyers was a part of it. The boy was wearing flower shirts, smoking the fun stuff and spending his life on the beach. He was also good with his hands and made surfboards and resin boats. One day he saw a skinless Jeep...

  • If only one car were to symbolize California it would be this MANX Buggy. The story begins in 1964. The hippie movement had began and Bruce Meyers was a part of it. The boy was wearing flower shirts, smoking the fun stuff and spending his life on the beach. He was also good with his hands and made surfboards and resin boats. One day he saw a skinless Jeep...

  • The TPV (Very small car) project was set in motion before the Second World War. A large survey was taken across the country to determine the needs for drivers in rural areas. On the 7th October 1948, the 2CV was officially presented. Equipped with a small bicylinder, it could fit up to 4 people in a very comfortable setting. The simplicity of the car was...

  • The Beetle Sport is a variant designed to rejuvenate the clientele of the Beetle, which in 1974 was already celebrating 36 years of existence. Depending on the options, it had a specific presentation and equipment: an Indy steering wheel, race bucket seats, full-size carpet and rear window defogger. It was also possible to provide short staves, as well as...

  • "Cuore sportivo": the promise is in the slogan of the brand. Alfa Romeo is sport and emotion, and in the year 1984 it was necessary to replace the famous GT "Bertone" and Alfetta GT coupés. The Aresian firm presented an elegant 2 + 2 designed by Giugiaro. This Fastback received the famous Italian V6 with its inimitable sound. This block would equip all...

  • "Cuore sportivo": the promise is in the slogan of the brand. Alfa Romeo is sport and emotion, and in the year 1984 it was necessary to replace the famous GT "Bertone" and Alfetta GT coupés. The Aresian firm presented an elegant 2 + 2 designed by Giugiaro. This Fastback received the famous Italian V6 with its inimitable sound. This block would equip all...

  • Competitions are in the BMW E30's blood. From its first appearance at the 24 H Spa in 1987, the M3 was immediately noticed. In Germany the championship of Tourism cars is the most spectacular and prestigious in the world, and is called the DTM. BMW decided to engage its flagship model with Roberto Ravaglia at the wheel. He would become DTM champion in...

  • In 1981, the Renault 4 celebrated its 20th anniversary. To help it celebrate, the little 4L put on a little something special to keep a few steps ahead of the competition. What better than a stunning dress to rejuvenate a elderly lady. This limited series was based on the GTL finish. It adopted a white color and specific external elements of blue livery....

  • The Seven Academy is a Caterham Seven designed for racing purposes. Equipped with a Ford 1.6 engine developing 135 horsepower, it is based on the Caterham 275. It is sold as a pack to participate in the brand cup for beginners in motorsport. It is distinctive thanks to its cage approved by the FIA, its leaded fire extinguisher, and its circuit breaker....

  • Caterham Seven is the heiress of the famous Lotus Seven. Since 1957, the small English manufacturer received the mantle passed on by Lotus, making it evolve but retaining everything that made it so unique. The concept was pushed to its limits with a length of only 3.10 meters and a featherweight of 540 kilos. With a 135 horsepower 4-cylinder Ford engine,...

  • When it appeared at the Paris show of 1955, the Citroën DS had the effect of a bombshell. Developed under the code name VGD (Véhicule de Grande Diffusion, Large Circulation Vehicle), it brought to the market original ideas such as its hydropneumatics suspension. A simplified version was presented following a push by Pierre Bercot, head of the company. It...

  • So as to fill the void in the catalogue of the brand between the GT and the GTI, Peugeot considered producing a stripped down version of the car for sports drivers. The Rallye, with its eponymous name, was only ever available in its “Meije White” configuration. The colours of the Peugeot Talbot Sport remind us that this a car destined for those with a...

  • The Peugeot 205 represented in itself the entirety of the Eighties, a time when the three letters ‘GTI’ signified the holy grail of cars. The arrival of the 1.9 L with 130 horsepower made it only more popular with sports car fans. Its chassis worthy of the reputation of the brand allowed it to outrank its competitors. The value of this car remains to this...

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