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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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  • The Porsche 911 has had a remarkable career rocketing round the various circuits the world has to offer, as well as enjoying a large number of rally races. Bernard Beguin chose this particular Porsche in 1979 for the French Rally Championship. Alongside his copilot Jean-Jacques Lenne, he took home several rounds of which the Rally d’Armor, and finally...

  • So as to capture the heart of America, the Beetle became a star-studded celebrity of cinema as well as a racing car. This particular orange car took part in the 24 Hours of Mexico several times, as well as the Pro Rally Series of the Sports Car Club of America. It participated in these races until the beginning of the Eighties, notably in the Rally...

  • Having decided to run the mythical 24 Hours of Daytona, Penske Racing from Reading, Pennsylvania, was given a Porsche Carrera straight from the factory floor. Modified by the Americans, its 2.8L engine saw its output jump to 310 hp. Its suspension was modified based on known issues with the track, and the brakes were borrowed from the Porsche 917. The...

  • The Fiat 500 F was first introduced to the public at the Geneva Car show of 1965. It was a major innovation for the Italian brand, with the small Cinquecento being equipped with doors that opened against the wind, a widened windscreen a redesigned interior. Meanwhile, its engine gained a half horsepower bringing it to a total of 18. The F’s success would...

  • 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...

  • The professionnal version of the famous 2CV saw the light of day in 1978. It was equipped with a bicylinder boxer engine of 602 cm3 pushing 35 horsepower, capable of bringing this utility vehicle to a top speed of 102 km/h. This popular small truck proved an instant success within all lines of work, as craftsmen, salesmen and postal services used it. When...

  • The Subaru Impreza was part of the legends of global rallying. The Japanese manufacturer, a specialist in integral transmissions quickly saw the benefits of pushing this competition-grade technology. The Impreza ruled supreme over the WRC. With its midnight blue livery and gilded rims, its numerous wins would make the small Japanese firm a big catch. In...

  • The BMW M3 was born from the desire of the Bavarian manufacturer to have a licensed FIA Group A competition car. To accredit its competition model, BMW was under the obligation of commercialising 5000 units minimum of a civilian version. Revealed in Frankfurt in 1985, its production began the following Spring. It received specific shields, widened wings,...

  • Regardless of the E30 gaining cult status, this version is one of the must-haves for collectors of the brand. Produced solely between the months of December 1989 and March 1990 to the tune of 600 units, it was equipped with unique elements designed solely for the car. With adjustable front and rear shields, thinned glazing and a smaller reservoir, it...

  • The 2CV Dolly was a limited series of the French auto-mobile icon. The Dolly had the specificity of being produced in seven different versions, manufactured through three different series consecutively. This Vallelunga Red/Cormorant Grey version came on the 21st March 1985. Based on the 2CV6 Special, it shared its counterpart’s round headlights, grey...

  • The HY was born in 1948. Post-war France had much need for utility vehicles to help rebuild the country and kick-start the economy. It was under the guidance of Pierre Boulanger that this vehicle appeared, with practicality, solidity and recycling existing parts being its main objectives. It would make many a tradesman happy, along with the national...

  • As the most produced version of the Fiat 500, the L was a crock pot of everything good about Italy. With its tricoloured adhesive bands and chequered roof, it quickly became an ambassador for the dolce vita. Commercialised in the summer of 1968, and kept its original 499,5 cm³ engine with a moderate 18 horsepower. This cavalry allowed it to push up to a...

  • Appearing in 1968, the 500 L was the luxury variant of the Fiat 500. It was equipped with reinforced bumpers, but more importantly saw its interior revamped. The dashboard was entirely re-coated, the meters taken from the Fiat 850, the new seats were more comfortable, and the chair back could be repositioned manually. This version was a commercial...

  • The Renault 5 Turbo was a true legend of Group B and international rallying. With its wide wings and centrally-positioned rear engine it made for a fearsome opponent in specials. This particular version was placed by Alain Serpaggi and Yves Legal in the Lozère rally of 1984. Its 1397 cm3 engine, along with its turbo, proved Renault’s natural talent at...

  • Placed in the Auto Tour of 1973, this Porsche 911 is unique. Its decoration served as a promotion of the last film of Claude Zidi, The Big Store. The car was decorated with a specific look based around the name of the film and its characters, the Charlots. The technical specifications of the car were not to be taken lightly either with this RSR version....

  • 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...

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