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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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  • Equipped with a 1600CC, the GSR (Gelb-Schwarzer Renner, which translates as gold & black racing) is clearly destined for sport. Whether it be the lack of chrome, the “war paint”, the 5.5 x 15 rims... Nothing was left to chance for this Beetle that only ever saw 3000 models produced.

  • This special series was designed specifically following the qualification of the French football team for the 1986 World Cup, and is easily recognisable thanks to its red, white, and blue flag running down both sides of the 2CV. Although only 1000 models were ever made, the Cocorico had trouble reaching its market, as it was deemed to be too patriotic and...

  • "To each his H, always the same and yet always different", they used to say of Citroën. Succeeding the famous "Tub" (Low Utility Traction), the H or HY, was a phenomenal success, and was produced for over 30 years: shopkeepers, holidaymakers, alongside law enforcement officials, everyone had one. It is a very distinctive car, thanks to its undulating...

  • This version of the Maxi 5 Turbo was driven by Pascal Thomasse in the Rallye of Armor in 1986, and would take gold for this particular race! It was the same year that would see him be crowned Champion of France in 2nd division rallying.

  • With more than 30 years under its belt, the Renault 4 is one of the most popular French cars to have ever hit the road. Presented here in its police uniform, very few Frenchmen haven’t crossed paths with it on the side of the road!

  • Renault brought out its Colorale in 1950 so as to offer a car that could be used in all circumstances (Colorale being a contraction of colonial and rural). Its solidity and large storage area allowed it to wear many masks, of which the van version, reproduced here. Despite its very limited performances, over 4600 vehicles were sold in its van format (that...

  • With over 30 years under its belt, the Renault 4 is one of most well-known French popular cars. The “Clan” represented here is a 1989 model that distinguishes itself with a more pronounced finish than other models of the series, as well as coming back to the classic sheet metal rims instead of the “Fergat” sheet metal.

  • With over 30 years under its belt, the Renault 4 is one of most well-known French popular cars. The “Clan” represented here is a 1989 model that distinguishes itself with a more pronounced finish than other models of the series, as well as coming back to the classic sheet metal rims instead of the “Fergat” sheet metal.

  • Designed by Giorgietto Giugiaro and presented in 1974, the Golf 1 was a revolution in the automobile world. Its new look, with a multitude of angles, radically broke away from the classic Beetle that it was supposed to replace. Its success was international and, 40 years on, the VW Golf is still in the German car maker’s catalogue!

  • Designed by Giorgietto Giugiaro and presented in 1974, the Golf 1 was a revolution in the automobile world. Its new look, with a multitude of angles, radically broke away from the classic Beetle that it was supposed to replace. Its success was international and, 40 years on, the VW Golf is still in the German car maker’s catalogue!

  • To try and keep up with the Renault 4 that had overtaken the 2CV in sales, Citroën brought out in 1967 the Dyane, and the following year the Dyane 6, equipped with an Ami 6 engine. Taking the same chassis as the 2CV and several of its components, the Dyane was cheap to build, and not far off 1.5 million units were produced until 1983.

  • To try and keep up with the Renault 4 that had overtaken the 2CV in sales, Citroën brought out in 1967 the Dyane, and the following year the Dyane 6, equipped with an Ami 6 engine. Taking the same chassis as the 2CV and several of its components, the Dyane was cheap to build, and not far off 1.5 million units were produced until 1983.

  • The Maxi 5 Turbo is an emblematic model of the World Rallye Championships. This replica is the car that Philippe Touren and Albert Neyron drove in the 1986 Guarrigues Rallye.

  • The famous Citroën utility car makes a comeback here associated with the similarly well-known manufacturer, Michelin, with a variant of the HY in the historic colours of the Clermont Ferrand manufacturer. 

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