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Daimler-Benz staged a comeback to the GP racing scene in 1934, Brauchitsch was crowned with victory at the Eifel Race of the Nürburgring. The newly-developed Mercedes W25 that he raced with starting number 20 became a legend and therefore known as the "Silver Arrow."Limited Edition of 1000 pcs.Pilot: Manfred von Brauchitsch.
Reference: M-147
Scale: 1/18
295,00 €
Limited Edition of 1000 pcs.Pilot: Juan Manuel Fangio.
Reference: M-148
Scale: 1/18
295,00 €
Mercedes used four race cars of the type W125 for the Donington GP of England that took place on October 2nd, 1937. With the Nr.1, R.Caracciola took off from the 2nd row of the grid, but he soon catch up with the leaders.Towards the end of the race, he was surpassed by von Brauchitsch and Rosemeyer, leaving only a 3rd place finish possible for him.Limited...
Reference: M-113
Scale: 1/18
239,95 €
After its incipient racing appearances, the Ferrari 250 GTO changed motorsports scene. The car seemed to be great on every kind of track and was able to deliver extraordinary performances whether on a race circuit or windy mountain road.Pilots: Giorgio Scarletti and Pietro Ferraro.
Reference: M-156
Scale: 1/18
515,00 €
In early March 1961, everyone at Ferrari were getting nervous. This was due to the imminent introduction of a new Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. This brand and its cars were seen as a serious competitor, and Ferrari was very concerned about its supremacy in motor racing.
Reference: M-153
Scale: 1/18
435,00 €
In early March 1961, everyone at Ferrari were getting nervous. This was due to the imminent introduction of a new Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. This brand and its cars were seen as a serious competitor, and Ferrari was very concerned about its supremacy in motor racing.
Reference: M-152
Scale: 1/18
435,00 €
In early March 1961, everyone at Ferrari were getting nervous. This was due to the imminent introduction of a new Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. This brand and its cars were seen as a serious competitor, and Ferrari was very concerned about its supremacy in motor racing.
Reference: M-151
Scale: 1/18
435,00 €
In early March 1961, everyone at Ferrari were getting nervous. This was due to the imminent introduction of a new Jaguar E-Type at the Geneva Motor Show. This brand and its cars were seen as a serious competitor, and Ferrari was very concerned about its supremacy in motor racing.
Reference: M-154
Scale: 1/18
416,00 €
Reference: M-121
Scale: 1/18
94,95 €
Limited Edition of 1000 pcs.
Reference: M-140
Scale: 1/18
405,00 €
Reference: M-138
Scale: 1/18
356,70 € 410,00 € -13%
Reduced price!
Limited edition of 1500 pcs. This excelent model is composed by more than 680 parts, each hand assembled.
Reference: M-090
Scale: 1/18
245,00 €
Maserati Tipo 60/61 is with no doubts one of the most famous racing cars from the early 60s. Much of the fame is given to its extraordinarily intricate tubular frame.
Reference: M-122
Scale: 1/18
97,00 €
This 8-cylinder in-line-engine is mounted in our famous models known as the Bugatti  type 57 SC Atlantic Coupé and Bugatti 57 SC Corisca Roadster, including its sport model.
Reference: M-112
Scale: 1/18
119,95 €
Jean Kerguen, one of the best private race drivers of France in the late 50s, qualified to race in the 1961 Le Mans with his Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato. While preparing for the race, he won the support of Marcel Blondeau, the official Aston Martin dealer in France and owner of Garage Mirabeau.
Reference: M-139
Scale: 1/18
405,00 €
What serves as a powerful reminder of Aston Martin? Simply the DB4 GT Zagato, which has become one of the most sought-after sports cars in today's world. By adopting a soft design language that accentuates the styling of curves, Gianni Zagato succeeded in tailoring an imaginative body for the car. 
Reference: M-132
Scale: 1/18
385,00 €
Limited edition of 3000 pieces. There is no doubt that the 8C 2900B is one of the world’s most valuable pre-war cars, and as an epitome of Alfa Romeo’s glorious racing history, it is also a priceless asset to the Alfa Romeo Storico Museum.
Reference: M-111
Scale: 1/18
389,95 €
Limited edition of 3000 pieces. In 1998, the car became exhibited at the world famous Pebble Beach Concours. The enthused members of the jury awarded the car with coveted title “Best of Show”.
Reference: M-136
Scale: 1/18
349,95 €
CMC has replicated the Mozart car in its contemporary gorgeous appearance as a high-end model of the first class.
Reference: M-106
Scale: 1/18
315,00 €
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