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Exclusive 1:43 Scale Modelcars for Collectors

Extraordinary models for the discerning collector ! When you want to place an order : please read chapter "Ordering info > direct sales" first because not all models are available directly at all times. You can use the order form anyway, after receiving the order we will contact you within 48 hours to discuss delivery time and payment. We do not use a checkout procedure for payments.

Current Collection

Bristol Beaufighter 1980 1:43, jupiter red metallic ref. AV012-02

Based on the Bristol 412 of 1975 - designed by Zagato in Italy - this was a major update of the 412 called "Beaufighter". This car is equipped with a 5.9 liter V8 engine made by Chrysler USA, charged by a Rotomaster turbocharger. With this mighty unit the car was extremly powerful and fast. The Beaufighter is easily recognizable by it's "square" dashboard and single exhaust pipe. Around 30 cars of this type were built and sold which is a guarantee for exclusiveness, for which Bristol is well known. This model will be handbuilt on order only. You can choose some minor options and 5 types of wheels. Customers can place an order through the order form, or email us with desired specification. Normally we produce 100 off of our models, but we will produce only 60 off of the Beaufighter. So be quick, or be......out of production.

  

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Bristol Beaufighter 1980 1:43, metallic blue ref. AV012-01

Based on the Bristol 412 of 1975 - designed by Zagato in Italy - this was a major update of the 412 called "Beaufighter". This car is equipped with a 5.9 liter V8 engine made by Chrysler USA, charged by a Rotomaster turbocharger. With this mighty unit the car was extremly powerful and fast. The Beaufighter is easily recognizable by it's "square" dashboard and single exhaust pipe. Around 30 cars of this type were built and sold which is a guarantee for exclusiveness, for which Bristol is well known. This model will be handbuilt on order only. You can choose some minor options and 5 types of wheels. Customers can place an order through the order form, or email us with desired specification. Normally we produce 100 off of our models, but we will produce only 60 off of the Beaufighter. So be quick, or be......out of production.

  

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Honda Civic 4-door saloon 1989 1:43, solid red or maroon metallic, ref. AV016-02

In 1987 Honda introduced the 4th generation of the Civic. This was an enormous leap in quality and performance for the Civic. With this car Honda finally penetrated the market for premium cars. In general the 4th gen Civic was praised by the international motoring press for high build quality, performance, roadholding, double-wishbone suspension and their advanced 16-valve engines which were considered "jewels" in engine technology. The 1989 version was a mild facelift with a slightly different frontbumper and different rearlights and a red bar in between the rearlights. Chassiscodes for the 1989 4-door saloon were ED3 ( ( 1.5 liter fuel-injection engine ), ED4 ( 1.6 liter SOHC fuel-injection engine ) and ED5 ( which was the same as ED4 but with all-wheel drive ) for the LHD versions. RHD versions for Japan ( Australia, New Zealand, RHD Asia, maybe UK ) had chassiscodes EF3, EF4 and EF5 respectively. There were some slight differences in details regarding lighting depending upon country of admission. So we will build these Civic models on order only, custom built. And of course you can choose LHD or RHD versions. Until now no model of this Civic was ever available in 1:43. Customers can place an order through the order form, or email us with desired specification.

  

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Honda Civic 4-door saloon 1987 1:43, montreal blue metallic, ref. AV016-01

In 1987 Honda introduced the 4th generation of the Civic. This was an enormous leap in quality and performance for the Civic. With this car Honda finally penetrated the market for premium cars. In general the 4th gen Civic was praised by the international motoring press for high build quality, performance, roadholding, double-wishbone suspension and their advanced 16-valve engines which were considered "jewels" in engine technology. Chassiscode for the 1987 4-door saloon were ED2 ( 1.4 liter double-carb engine ) and ED3 ( ( 1.5 liter double-carb or fuel-injection engine ) for the LHD versions. RHD versions for Japan, ( Australia, New Zealand, RHD Asia, maybe UK ) had chassiscode EF2 and EF3 respectively. There were some slight differences in details regarding lighting depending upon country of admission. So we will build these Civic models on order only, custom built. And of course you can choose LHD or RHD versions. Until now no model of this Civic was ever available in 1:43. Customers can place an order through the order form, or email us with desired specification.

  

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FIAT 127 Coriasco Familiare 1972 1:43, turchese farfalla, ref. RM054

Carrozzeria Coriasco in Torino offered a 127 1st series stationwagon ( familiare ) version from modelyear 1972 on because FIAT did not offer this version. In contrast to the standard 127 the van was much more practical with a generous luggage space and foldable rearseat. It is not known how many cars were produced by Coriasco on the 127 chassis, but probably a few hundred. Also 2nd and 3rd series. We will supply the van ( furgoncino ) version in a limited edition of 10 - 25 off later.

  

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FIAT 127 4-door Lucciola Lombardi 1972 1:43, blue, ref. RM053

When introduced in 1971 FIAT did not offer a 4-door version of the 127 and in their great tradition Carrozzeria Lombardi in Vercelli Italy offered from 1972 on their own version of a 4-door 127, called Lucciola ( like their 600 and 850 4-door versions ). As usual they offered a car with considerably more headroom above the rearseats and a much more generous glasshouse than the standard 127. Styling of Lombardi's 127 was very elegant and quite exclusive, though with an elevated price. Only the front-end of the car is identical to the standard 127 for the rest all the bodywork is completely different from the standard 127. To our knowledge no more than 50 cars have been built and sold by Lombardi. The introduction of the SEAT 4-door version in 1973 ( our AV015 ) must have hampered sales of the Lucciola version a lot.

  

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FIAT /SEAT 127 4-door 1973 1:43, red or white, ref. AV015

In Spain particularly 4-door cars ( eventually with a trunk ) were always very popular. Fiat in Italy did not provide a 4-door version of the 127. So the SEAT factory in Barcelona developed their own 4-door version of the 127 in 1972 and it was available from modelyear 1973 on. In certain markets ( like Italy ) the car was marketed as a Fiat. But in fact all these 4-door 127's were made in Barcelona.

  

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FIAT 850 giardiniera Carrozzeria Caprera 1964 1:43, ref. RM052

In 1964 at the Turin Autoshow Caprera presented their stationcar ( in Italian "giardiniera" ) version on base of the recently released Fiat 850. It was produced on special customer request and made in small numbers, approx. 50 - 100 off.

  

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DAF 30 Coupe Prototype 1962 1:43, ref. RM051

In 1962 the DAF factory in Eindhoven produced a very elegant proposition for a small DAF Coupe based on the type "30" chassis. It can be considered a one-off prototype which never went into production. Apparantly the design was done completely "in house" without cooperation of a coach builder. Rumour has it that the car was completely street-legal and was in use by the managing board of the DAF factory. A few years after production the car has disappeared from view and nobody knows where the car is now or if it still exists. Though there are still a handful of pictures showing the car in drivable condition. Anyway, the car has been revived by us, though in a 43 times smaller size.

  

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TVR 3000 S Convertible 1979 1:43, red ref. AV009

Introduced in 1979 this was the first TVR convertible ever made that went into series production. The car was available in atmosferic and turbo versions, equipped with the legendary Ford V6 3.0 liter engine. Until now no model was available of the 3000 S in 1:43rd scale and we are hoping to fill a gap in TVR modelcar collections. Standard this model will be equipped with Wolfrace wheels, on special order T-Slot wheels are available. See Blog for custom/bespoke 3000 S models.

  

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TVR 3000 S Convertible 1979 1:43, metallic blue ref. AV009

Introduced in 1979 this was the first TVR convertible ever made that went into series production. The car was available in atmosferic and turbo versions, equipped with the legendary Ford V6 3.0 liter engine. Until now no model was available of the 3000 S in 1:43rd scale and we are hoping to fill a gap in TVR modelcar collections. Standard this model will be equipped with Wolfrace wheels, on special order with T-Slot wheels from October 2022. See Blog for custom/bespoke 3000 S models.

  

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SEAT 850 4-door "corto" carrozzeria Costa 1967 1:43, ref. RM050se

A special version of the SEAT 850 for Spanish customers wanting more comfort with four doors. Made in limited numbers by coachwork Costa in Barcelona ( exactly 419 off were made between 1967 - 1969 ) with parts delivered from Italy. The car is the same as the Lombardi Lucciola, but it has SEAT decals and the distinctive SEAT ornament ( with small horns ) on the front face of the car. This car is known as the "corto" version. Later SEAT made their own "lungho" version with a slightly longer wheelbase and a more rounded shape at the rear-end of the car. The "corto" model comes in red, with a brown interior. ! We will only produce 10 models of the SEAT !

  

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FIAT 850 Special 4-door "Lucciola" Carrozzeria Francis Lombardi 1967 1:43, ref. RM050sp

Francis Lombardi made a handful of 850 "special" versions of the 4-door Lucciola in 1967 - 1968. 850 Special is equipped with the more powerful 903 cc engine and has perforated disc wheels to provide cooling for the front disc brakes. The model comes in ivory exterior color with a brown interior. ! We will only produce 10 models of the 850 Special !

  

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FIAT 850 4-door "Lucciola" Carrozzeria Francis Lombardi 1965 1:43, ref. RM050

A very special version of the FIAT 850 for demanding customers wanting more comfort with four doors. Made in limited numbers ( probably two hundred ) by Carrozzeria Francis Lombardi in Italy. 21-02-2024 : only 6 models can be made from now on ( including the Special and SEAT Costa versions ), after that production will end.

  

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Bristol Blenheim S3 1999 1:43, metallic blue ref. AV008

The third series of the Blenheim, introduced in the autum of 1999 and produced in limited numbers until around 2005.

  

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Bristol Blenheim S3 1999 1:43, metallic silver ref. AV008

The third series of the Blenheim, introduced in the autum of 1999 and produced in limited numbers until around 2005. The owner of a specific silver metallic car gave us permission to use the original registation numbers on his car on all of our silver metallic models.

  

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Ginetta G40 2010 1:43, ref. AV007, orange

Very nice compact streetlegal sportscar based on the G40 cup racer. Every detail of this model is well reproduced, including the headlight units made of a black base part with added lenses, a decal for indicator lights and a vacform on top. The dashboard is intricately detailed with white and silver decals, and the Rimstock wheels are faithfully reproduced in miniature. Also we have included the visible parts of the rollbar in the interior.

  

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Ginetta G40 2010 1:43, ref. AV007, metallic silver, with rearspoiler

Very nice compact streetlegal sportscar based on the G40 cup racer. Every detail of this model is well reproduced, including the headlight units made of a black base part with added lenses, a decal for indicator lights and a vacform on top. The dashboard is intricately detailed with white and silver decals, and the Rimstock wheels are faithfully reproduced in miniature. Also we have included the visible parts of the rollbar in the interior.

  

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Ginetta G32 Coupe 1989 1:43, ref. AV006, red ( Ford XR2i based)

Attractive sports Coupe ( Ford Fiesta Mk2 XR2i based ) built by Ginetta from 1989-1992. Around 115 cars were completed by Ginetta. This was Ginetta's return to the market for complete factory build cars. The model has the Fiesta Mk2 RHD dashboard.

  

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Morris Mini Sport Zagato 1961 1:43, ref. RM048

Zagato's attempt to build a lightweight body on Morris Mini Traveller platform. Did not make it to production and only one car was built in 1961 in aluminum. Design by Ercole Spada.

  

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Hillman Imp Sport Zagato 1963 1:43, ref. RM047

Zagato's attempt to build a lightweight body on Hillman Imp platform. Did not make it to production and only three or four cars were built in 1963 in aluminum. Design by Ercole Spada.

  

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Rolls Royce Silver Wraith Ghia 1952 1:43, ref. RM046

One-off LHD car built by the famous coachworks Ghia Torino.

  

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TVR Trident Convertible 1965 ( Griffith based ) 1:43, ref. RM045d

One prototype built by Fissore in Italy, prior to bankrupcy of TVR. This was Martin Lilley's personal car.

  

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TVR Trident Coupe 1965 ( Griffith based ) 1:43, ref. RM045c

three prototypes built by Fissore in Italy shortly before bankrupcy of TVR. all cars do still exist

  

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Porsche 989 1989 4-door prototype 1:43, ref. AV004b metallic blue

apparantly Porsche built more than one 989 in full scale, this car was metallic blue and equipped with the contemporary Design 90 wheels ( made by O.Z. ) which were also fitted to the Porsche 928. it seems that the blue car was fully functional and has been used for road testing.

  

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Porsche 989 1988 4-door prototype 1:43, ref. AV004, silver metallic

initiated from 1985 this was Porsche's attempt to produce a four-door full 4-seater, project was cancelled in 1991 due to high production cost. finally it was the initiator of the succesfull Panamera introduced in 2009.

  

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Aston-Martin DB3/3 1953 ( Roy Salvadori ), ref. RM043

one-off body by Vignale from Italy for DB3/3 chassis, in 1959 the body was moved to a Ferrari 340 America !

  

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Rover 2000 TC Zagato Coupe 1967 1:43, ref. RM042

one-off protoype by Zagato from Italy, never made it to production.

  

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SS Jaguar 3.5 liter Coupe by Graber 1938 1:43, king's blue, ref. RM041

Wonderful body by Graber, made in 1938 on Jaguar 3.5 liter chassis, this is a one-off. When delivered by Graber to the customer who gave the order to build a bespoke body the car was most likely black over grey. In the nineties the car was painted royal blue (similar to king's blue ). The car still exists and was repainted around 2011 in silver metallic.

  

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SS Jaguar 3.5 liter Coupe by Graber 1938 1:43, silver metallic, ref. RM041

One-off body by Graber, made in 1938 on Jaguar 3.5 liter chassis. For the short story of this car see info on the blue model above.

  

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Aston-Martin DB2/4 Drophead Graber 1954 1:43, ref. RM040

One-off made by famous Graber coachworks from Switzerland. The car is in the USA now, extensively restored in 2009 by Kevin Kay Restorations in Redding CA. Originally the car was painted in green by Graber, but after restoration it was repainted in warwick grey. Kevin Kay purchased two of our models, one as a gift for his customer and one for his own showcase.

  

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MG-TD Bertone Coupe 1952 1:43, ref. RM037

The "savior" of coachworks Bertone Italy, only 66 LHD cars were built for export to the USA, imported by Arnolt. The Coupe model will come with Dunlop disc wheels.

  

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MG-TD Bertone Drophead 1952 1:43, ref. RM037d

The "savior" of coachworks Bertone Italy, only 33 LHD cars were built for export to the USA, imported by Arnolt. The Drophead model will come with wire wheels.

  

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Jaguar Mk2 Coupe prototype 1964 1:43, ref. RM035

in 1964 an unknown UK based coachbuilder built one Mk2 Coupe prototype on a slightly shortened Mk2 chassis, with the 3.8 liter XK engine. Jaguars Cars Ltd. saw nothing in a production model because an Mk2 Coupe 2+2 would compete with their upcoming 2+2 E-Type.

  

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Jaguar XK150 Shooting Brake WSM, built 1967, ref. RM034

In 1967 coachbuilder WSM of the UK has built this one-off shooting brake on customer specification. The car was nicknamed "The Tow Car" because - besides as a service car - it was used too for transporting racing cars. 27-02-2024 : only one model available, after this has been sold the model will be out of production.

  

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Maserati A6G/54 Zagato 1954 1:43, ref. RM025 red

the first bodystyle of 20 A6G/54 chassis bodied by Zagato.

  

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Maserati A6G/54 Zagato 1954 1:43, ref. RM025 blue

the first bodystyle of 20 A6G/54 chassis bodied by Zagato.

  

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Lancia Appia GTS Zagato 1957 1:43 ref. RM019

Zagato's version of the coachbuilder's chassis based on Appia 2nd series. Approximately 150 cars were built by Zagato on this chassis. GTS bodies were similar with some minor detail differences.

 

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AC-Bristol Zagato GT Coupe 1958 1:43, ref. RM013

Probably two Coupe cars built by Zagato Milano on AC Ace chassis, combined with the 2.2 liter Bristol engine. Certainly one car still exists and was first registered in the Vaude/Waadt kanton in Switzerland. Once this car was owned by famous swiss racing driver Jo Siffert.

 

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Jaguar Mk2 Drophead Vicarage 1:43, ref. RM005

Made in 1990 this was Vicarage's attempt to build an Mk2 Drophead. Total production numbers are unknown, it is believed that approx 16 Mk2's were converted to Dropheads. On special request one Daimler V8 2.5 was converted too in exactly the colors of our Mk2 model.

  

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Models out of production ( OOP ) and can not be ordered anymore

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DAF 32 Royal Dutch Beachcar, Carozzeria Giovanni Michelotti 1966 1:43, ref. RM049

In 1966 carozzeria Michelotti of Torino Italy built this one-off beachcar on base of the DAF 32 variomatic chassis. The car was created by the famous and prolific designer Giovanni Michelotti and delivered to the DAF factory in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. In the same year the car was given to the Dutch Royal family who used the beachcar for many years near their summer residence in Porto Ercole, Italy. Since 1996 the beachcar is on display in the DAF Museum in Eindhoven. It is nicknamed "DAFKini".

 

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Bristol Fighter 2003 1:43, ref. AV005

Super sportscar made by Bristol Cars from 2003 - 2011, about 13 - 15 cars were finished before production stopped. This car is Dodge/Chrysler Viper based. The most impressive car ever made by Bristol.

 

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FERRARI 212 VIGNALE CH. 0205EL 1:43, REF. AV003

has the same body as the Aston-Martin DB3/3, our ref. RM043

 

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FERRARI 340 AMERICA VIGNALE CH. 0196A 1:43, REF. AV002

has the same body as the Aston-Martin DB3/3, our ref. RM043

 

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Alfa Romeo Giulietta Ghia Study 1955 1:43, ref. RM038 black

one-off protoype by carrozzeria Ghia from Italy, never made it to production.

 

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Bristol 406 Zagato GT 2+2 1960 1:43, ref. RM033

six cars built in lightweight aluminium on Bristol 406 standard chassis by Zagato in Italy, 1960.

 

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BRISTOL 406 ZAGATO GT SWB 1960 1:43, REF. RM016

one strict two-seater car built in lightweight aluminum on Bristol 406 short chassis by Zagato in Italy, 1960.

 

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Opel Corsa C1 5-door Hatchback 1:43, ref. RM031

Corsa C1 5-door version of which no other 1:43 model was ever available

 

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Opel Astra-G OPC Turbo Hatchback 1:43, ref. RM029

limited edition by Opel OPC, based on Astra-G2.

 

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Opel Astra-G OPC Turbo Caravan 2003 1:43, ref. RM026

limited edition by Opel OPC, based on Astra-G2.

 

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Lancia Appia GTE sperimentale Zagato 1959 1:43 ref. RM017

Zagato's first version of the Appia GTE based on Appia 3rd series chassis. A handful of cars were built by Zagato with this bodystyle.

 

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Opel Corsa B1 Semi Cabriolet 1996 1:43, ref. RM015

This semi cabriolet Corsa was made in The Netherlands as a limited edition, with support from Opel Germany.

 

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Opel Astra-G OPC Hatchback 1999 1:43, ref. RM012

Opel has built and sold 3000 off of this car.

 

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Opel Combo B 1:43, ref. RM009

Combo B1 delivery van of which no other 1:43 model was ever available

 

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Jaguar XK140 Zagato 1957 1:43, ref. RM008

Around 1957 famous coachbuilder Zagato aquired a wrecked XK140, repaired the chassis and mechanics. The owner of the car asked Zagato to build a lightweight body on the chassis. For years the car was in Italy, later sold to the USA and it is unknown where the car is now.

 

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Please have a look at current and past projects

truck dashboard scale 1:14

CAD development of dashboard for 1:14 RC truck. target : production of metal mould for ABS plastic injection moulding.

complete interior for truck 1:14

CAD development of complete interior for 1:14 RC truck. target : production of metal mould for ABS plastic injection moulding.

1:43 car model

CAD development of bodyshell for a one-off car which once belonged to an Italian Countess, seen on the picture is shown the hard-pattern to make the moulds for resin casting. The model is available now, see our collection page.

T-slot wheel TVR 3000 S

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publication FIAT Autovisie

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1:43 Rialto Models DAF Beachcar presented to Edgardo Michelotti, DAF museum Eindhoven

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Established in 1998 our beginnings were quite humble producing simple but accurate 1:43 models ( which was a standard at that time ) but some two years later we introduced a line of classic 1:43 scale models ( Jaguar, Bristol etc. ) with more detail and photo-etched parts and mouldings which proved to be very collectable and popular amongst collectors. We use to work with a team of 2 - 4 members, depending upon workload and type of project. After all we managed to acquire a great deal of experience in modelmaking and production and soon many collegues in the field found us to start working for them too. In the year 2008 came a major breakthrough in development when we introduced a 3D CAD/CAM system for development, 3D printing and milling of master-patterns. Though models made before that were accurate enough, with the CAD/CAM system we can develop quicker and more accurate with less adjustments in the final production process. Of course we realize that this is to the benefit of customers/collectors as well. Our 1:43 models are accurate, made of resin, white-metal, nickel-plated parts, aluminum, plastic windows, decals, photo-etch and nylon rubber tires. Our models come in a transparent showcase packed in a cardboard box. Models are wholly Made in Europe and in general we only produce 100 off models worldwide.

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