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A Century of Cars (Solido)
42
Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider
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A Century of Cars (Solido) 42 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

The A Century of Cars (Solido) Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider. available in red finish. A Century of Cars (Solido) 42 in detail...

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Bburago
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Ferrari 250 Le-mans (1965)
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Bburago ? Ferrari 250 Le-mans (1965)

The Bburago Ferrari 250 Le-mans (1965). available in blue finish at 1:18 scale. Bburago ? in detail...

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Bburago
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Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (1957)
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Bburago ? Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (1957)

The Bburago Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (1957). available in silver, red, white finish at 1:18 scale. Bburago ? in detail...

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Bburago
0532
Ferrari F40 (1987)
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Bburago 0532 Ferrari F40 (1987)

The Bburago Ferrari F40 (1987). available in red finish at 1:24 scale. Bburago 0532 in detail...

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Bburago
1560
Porsche 911 Carrera Racing (1993)
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Bburago 1560 Porsche 911 Carrera Racing (1993)

The Bburago Porsche 911 Carrera Racing (1993). at 1:24 scale. Bburago 1560 in detail...

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Bburago
6501
Ferrari F310
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Bburago 6501 Ferrari F310

The Bburago Ferrari F310. available in red finish. Bburago 6501 in detail...

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Box Model
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Ferrari P2
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Box Model ? Ferrari P2

The Box Model Ferrari P2. Le Mans 1965, Bonnier/Piper. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Box Model ? in detail...

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Brumm
r5
Bedelia Sport (aperta) 1913
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Brumm r5 Bedelia Sport (aperta) 1913

The Brumm Bedelia Sport (aperta) 1913. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r5 in detail...

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Brumm
r6
Bedelia Sport (chiusa) 1913
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Brumm r6 Bedelia Sport (chiusa) 1913

The Brumm Bedelia Sport (chiusa) 1913. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r6 in detail...

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Brumm
r9
Fiat 75 HP corsa (1904)
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Brumm r9 Fiat 75 HP corsa (1904)

The Brumm Fiat 75 HP corsa (1904). available in green finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r9 in detail...

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Brumm
r10
Fiat 110 HP corsa (1905)
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Brumm r10 Fiat 110 HP corsa (1905)

The Brumm Fiat 110 HP corsa (1905). available in green finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r10 in detail...

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Brumm
r11
Fiat S74 corsa (1911)
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Brumm r11 Fiat S74 corsa (1911)

The Brumm Fiat S74 corsa (1911). available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r11 in detail...

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Brumm
r14
Fiat mefistofele Eldridge (1923)
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Brumm r14 Fiat mefistofele Eldridge (1923)

The Brumm Fiat mefistofele Eldridge (1923). available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r14 in detail...

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Brumm
r15
Ford 999 Corsa 1902
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Brumm r15 Ford 999 Corsa 1902

The Brumm Ford 999 Corsa 1902. available in maroon finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r15 in detail...

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Brumm
r16
Fiat F2 corsa Grand Prix de France (1907)
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Brumm r16 Fiat F2 corsa Grand Prix de France (1907)

The Brumm Fiat F2 corsa Grand Prix de France (1907) . available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r16 in detail...

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Brumm
r17
Fiat S61 Corsa 1908
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Brumm r17 Fiat S61 Corsa 1908

The Brumm Fiat S61 Corsa 1908. available in black finish. Brumm r17 in detail...

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Brumm
r18
Renault GP 3B 1906
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Brumm r18 Renault GP 3B 1906

The Brumm Renault GP 3B 1906. available in red finish. Brumm r18 in detail...

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Brumm
r19
Benz 1909
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Brumm r19 Benz 1909

The Brumm Benz 1909. available in white finish. Brumm r19 in detail...

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Brumm
r20
Locomobile 1906
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Brumm r20 Locomobile 1906

The Brumm Locomobile 1906. available in green finish. Brumm r20 in detail...

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Brumm
s021
Alfa Romeo 159
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Brumm s021 Alfa Romeo 159

The Brumm Alfa Romeo 159. Fangio F1 1951 World Champion winner of the Spanish Grand Prix. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s021 in detail...

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Brumm
s022
Mercedes W196
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Brumm s022 Mercedes W196

The Brumm Mercedes W196. Fangio F1 1954 World Champion winner of the Swiss Grand Prix. Racing number 4. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s022 in detail...

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Brumm
s023
Mercedes W196
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Brumm s023 Mercedes W196

The Brumm Mercedes W196. Fangio F1 1955 World Champion 2nd place at the British Grand Prix. Racing number 10. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s023 in detail...

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Brumm
r26
A.L.F.A. corsa (1911)
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Brumm r26 A.L.F.A. corsa (1911)

The Brumm A.L.F.A. corsa (1911). available in black finish. Brumm r26 in detail...

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Brumm
r27
Renault Parigi-Madrid (1903)
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Brumm r27 Renault Parigi-Madrid (1903)

The Brumm Renault Parigi-Madrid (1903). available in black finish. Brumm r27 in detail...

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Brumm
s028
Ferrari 330P4
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Brumm s028 Ferrari 330P4

The Brumm Ferrari 330P4. No. 26, Rodriguez-Guichet, 3rd Place, Daytona 1967, Good Year & S.E.V. Marchal decals available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s028 in detail...

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Brumm
s029
Ferrari 330P4
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Brumm s029 Ferrari 330P4

The Brumm Ferrari 330P4. No. 21, Scarfiotti-Parkes, 2nd place Le Mans 1967 available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s029 in detail...

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Brumm
s030
Ferrari 330P4
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Brumm s030 Ferrari 330P4

The Brumm Ferrari 330P4. No 24, Mairesse.Burleys, 3rd Place, Le Mans 1967. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s030 in detail...

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Brumm
s037
Ferrari 330P4
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Brumm s037 Ferrari 330P4

The Brumm Ferrari 330P4. No. 224, Vaccarella-Scarfiotti, 51st Targa Florio, 1967. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm s037 in detail...

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Brumm
r39
Bugatti Brescia HP40 1921
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Brumm r39 Bugatti Brescia HP40 1921

The Brumm Bugatti Brescia HP40 1921. available in blue finish. Brumm r39 in detail...

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Brumm
r43
Alfa Romeo GP 159 HP 450 1951
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Brumm r43 Alfa Romeo GP 159 HP 450 1951

The Brumm Alfa Romeo GP 159 HP 450 1951. available in red finish. Brumm r43 in detail...

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Brumm
r70
Mercedes W125 HP 646 1937
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Brumm r70 Mercedes W125 HP 646 1937

The Brumm Mercedes W125 HP 646 1937. available in silver finish. Brumm r70 in detail...

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Brumm
r75
Maserati 8CTF
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Brumm r75 Maserati 8CTF

The Brumm Maserati 8CTF. available in red finish. Brumm r75 in detail...

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Brumm
r124
Ferrari 156 HP 200 1961
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Brumm r124 Ferrari 156 HP 200 1961

The Brumm Ferrari 156 HP 200 1961. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r124 in detail...

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Brumm
R127
Lancia Ferrari F1 D50 1956
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Brumm R127 Lancia Ferrari F1 D50 1956

The Brumm Lancia Ferrari F1 D50 1956. Grand Prix MONTECARLO, No. 20 by J.M. FANGIO. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm R127 in detail...

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Brumm
r128
Lancia Ferrari D50 HP 270 1956
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Brumm r128 Lancia Ferrari D50 HP 270 1956

The Brumm Lancia Ferrari D50 HP 270 1956. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r128 in detail...

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Brumm
r162
Lancia Aurelia B20
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Brumm r162 Lancia Aurelia B20

The Brumm Lancia Aurelia B20. 1951 Le Mans. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r162 in detail...

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Brumm
r182
Ferrari 125S
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Brumm r182 Ferrari 125S

The Brumm Ferrari 125S. 1947, Racing No. 10. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r182 in detail...

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Brumm
r183
Ferrari 125S
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Brumm r183 Ferrari 125S

The Brumm Ferrari 125S. 1947, Racing No. 21, Circuito di Pescara. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Brumm r183 in detail...

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Budgie
6
Cooper Bristol
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Budgie 6 Cooper Bristol

The Budgie Cooper Bristol. available in blue finish. Budgie 6 in detail...

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Budgie
7
Mercedes Benz W196
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Budgie 7 Mercedes Benz W196

The Budgie Mercedes Benz W196. available in silver finish. Budgie 7 in detail...

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Budgie
456
T.T. Racer
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Budgie 456 T.T. Racer

The Budgie T.T. Racer. available in silver finish. Budgie 456 in detail...

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Chad Valley
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Porsche 956
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Chad Valley - Porsche 956

The Chad Valley Porsche 956. available in white finish. Chad Valley - in detail...

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Corgi
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Benetton F1
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Corgi ? Benetton F1

The Corgi Benetton F1. Part of the Corgi Mobil collection. available in green finish. Corgi ? in detail...

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Corgi
GS5
3 British Racing Cars
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Corgi GS5 3 British Racing Cars

The Corgi 3 British Racing Cars. available in various finish. Corgi GS5 in detail...

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Corgi
RC05
Racing Cars Gift Set
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Corgi RC05 Racing Cars Gift Set

The Corgi Racing Cars Gift Set. available in green red finish. Corgi RC05 in detail...

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Corgi
GS6
Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati
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Corgi GS6 Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati

The Corgi Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati. Included No 490 VW pick up Race Tender and No 156 blue #7 Cooper Maserati on a red trailer. available in various finish. Corgi GS6 in detail...

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Corgi
GS16
Racing Car Transporter Set
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Corgi GS16 Racing Car Transporter Set

The Corgi Racing Car Transporter Set. comprising of - No.150S Vanwall, No.151A Lotus Mk.11 Le Mans Racing Car, No.152S BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racer and Ecurie Ecosse Car Transporter No1126 available in blue finish. Corgi GS16 in detail...

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Corgi
GS17
Land Rover and Ferrari racing car on Trailer
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Corgi GS17 Land Rover and Ferrari racing car on Trailer

The Corgi Land Rover and Ferrari racing car on Trailer. A combination of Land Rover and trailer with a racing car sold separately as No 154. available in red with yellow trailer finish. Corgi GS17 in detail...

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Corgi
GS26
Matra Rancho and Racing Car
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Corgi GS26 Matra Rancho and Racing Car

The Corgi Matra Rancho and Racing Car. This set consisted of No.457 Matra Rancho and No. 160 Hesketh Ford 308 F1 Racing Car. available in yellow finish. Corgi GS26 in detail...

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Corgi
GS26
Matra Rancho and Racing Car
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Corgi GS26 Matra Rancho and Racing Car

The Corgi Matra Rancho and Racing Car. This set consisted of No.457 Matra Rancho and No. 160 Hesketh Ford 308 F1 Racing Car. available in yellow finish. Corgi GS26 in detail...

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Corgi
GS29
Duckhams Formula 1 Surtees Racing Set
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Corgi GS29 Duckhams Formula 1 Surtees Racing Set

The Corgi Duckhams Formula 1 Surtees Racing Set. available in blue & yellow finish. Corgi GS29 in detail...

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Corgi
GS30
Grand Prix Kit Set
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Corgi GS30 Grand Prix Kit Set

The Corgi Grand Prix Kit Set.. Corgi GS30 in detail...

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Corgi
GS37
Lotus Racing Team
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Corgi GS37 Lotus Racing Team

The Corgi Lotus Racing Team. included Lotus Climax Racing Car, Lotus Elan Coupe, Lotus Elan S2, VW Breakdown Truck with Winch and Lotus Elan Chassis, a Trailer and various accessories. More pictures would be welcome - please send some. at 1:36 scale. Corgi GS37 in detail...

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Corgi
150S
Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 150S Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. available in red, green finish. Corgi 150S in detail...

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Corgi
150
Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 150 Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi Vanwall Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. Released in July 1957. The later 150S version of this car had suspension. available in green, red finish at 1:46 scale. Corgi 150 in detail...

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Corgi
150
Team Surtees T.S.9
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Corgi 150 Team Surtees T.S.9

The Corgi Team Surtees T.S.9. available in blue & white finish. Corgi 150 in detail...

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Corgi
151/151A
Lotus XI Racing Car
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Corgi 151/151A Lotus XI Racing Car

The Corgi Lotus XI Racing Car. The early models had sport decals, and several had different numbers (1, 3 or 7). Some of the late cars were without out numbers or racing bands. Some came with a driver and some not. This model was numbered 151A but some boxes were marked 151. available in blue, silver, red, aqua,yellow, pewter grey finish at 1:40 scale. Corgi 151/151A in detail...

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Corgi
151
Yardley McLaren-Ford M19A
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Corgi 151 Yardley McLaren-Ford M19A

The Corgi Yardley McLaren-Ford M19A. available in white & orange finish. Corgi 151 in detail...

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Corgi
152
BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 152 BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. There was a version with suspension No 152S. available in green, light green, gold plate finish at 1:45 scale. Corgi 152 in detail...

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Corgi
152
Ferrari 312 B2
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Corgi 152 Ferrari 312 B2

The Corgi Ferrari 312 B2. available in red finish at 1:45 scale. Corgi 152 in detail...

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Corgi
152S
BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 152S BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi BRM Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. There is a No.152 version of this model without suspension that was released in 1958. available in turquoise finish at 1:45 scale. Corgi 152S in detail...

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Corgi
153
TS9B Team Surtees
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Corgi 153 TS9B Team Surtees

The Corgi TS9B Team Surtees. available in blue & white finish. Corgi 153 in detail...

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Corgi
154
Ferrari Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car
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Corgi 154 Ferrari Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car

The Corgi Ferrari Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing Car. available in red finish at 1:46 scale. Corgi 154 in detail...

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Corgi
154
Lotus Formula 1
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Corgi 154 Lotus Formula 1

The Corgi Lotus Formula 1. John Player Special as driven by Ronnie Peterson, and Emerson Fittipaldi. available in black finish at 1:36 scale. Corgi 154 in detail...

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Corgi
155
Lotus Climax Formula 1 Racing Car
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Corgi 155 Lotus Climax Formula 1 Racing Car

The Corgi Lotus Climax Formula 1 Racing Car. available in green finish. Corgi 155 in detail...

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Corgi
155
uop Shadow
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Corgi 155 uop Shadow

The Corgi uop Shadow. available in black finish. Corgi 155 in detail...

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Corgi
156
Graham Hill's Embassy Shadow-Ford Racing Car
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Corgi 156 Graham Hill's Embassy Shadow-Ford Racing Car

The Corgi Graham Hill's Embassy Shadow-Ford Racing Car. available in white finish. Corgi 156 in detail...

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Corgi
156
Cooper Maserati F/1
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Corgi 156 Cooper Maserati F/1

The Corgi Cooper Maserati F/1. Models numbered both 7 and 8 available in blue finish. Corgi 156 in detail...

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Corgi
158
Elf Tyrrell-Ford F1
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Corgi 158 Elf Tyrrell-Ford F1

The Corgi Elf Tyrrell-Ford F1. available in blue finish. Corgi 158 in detail...

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Corgi
158
Lotus-Climax F/1
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Corgi 158 Lotus-Climax F/1

The Corgi Lotus-Climax F/1. available in orange &white finish. Corgi 158 in detail...

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Corgi
159
Patrick Eagle Racing Car
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Corgi 159 Patrick Eagle Racing Car

The Corgi Patrick Eagle Racing Car. available in red finish. Corgi 159 in detail...

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Corgi
159
Cooper Maserati Formula 1
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Corgi 159 Cooper Maserati Formula 1

The Corgi Cooper Maserati Formula 1. available in yellow & white finish. Corgi 159 in detail...

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Corgi
160
Hesketh 308 F1 Racing Car
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Corgi 160 Hesketh 308 F1 Racing Car

The Corgi Hesketh 308 F1 Racing Car. available in yellow, white finish. Corgi 160 in detail...

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Corgi
161
Elf Tyrrell Project 34
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Corgi 161 Elf Tyrrell Project 34

The Corgi Elf Tyrrell Project 34. available in blue finish at 1:36 scale. Corgi 161 in detail...

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Corgi
190
Lotus JPS Formula 1 Racing Car
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Corgi 190 Lotus JPS Formula 1 Racing Car

The Corgi Lotus JPS Formula 1 Racing Car. available in black finish at 1:18 scale. Corgi 190 in detail...

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Corgi
330
Porsche Carrera 6
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Corgi 330 Porsche Carrera 6

The Corgi Porsche Carrera 6. available in white & red finish. Corgi 330 in detail...

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Corgi
344
Ferrari 206 Dino Sport
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Corgi 344 Ferrari 206 Dino Sport

The Corgi Ferrari 206 Dino Sport. available in yellow, red finish. Corgi 344 in detail...

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Corgi
371
Porsche Carrera 6
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Corgi 371 Porsche Carrera 6

The Corgi Porsche Carrera 6. Whizzwheels version available in white & red finish. Corgi 371 in detail...

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Corgi
380
BMW M1
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Corgi 380 BMW M1

The Corgi BMW M1. available in red finish. Corgi 380 in detail...

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Corgi
385
Porsche 917
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Corgi 385 Porsche 917

The Corgi Porsche 917. available in blue, red finish. Corgi 385 in detail...

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Corgi
1327
Jaguar XJR9
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Corgi 1327 Jaguar XJR9

The Corgi Jaguar XJR9. available in white finish. Corgi 1327 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
22
F1 Racing Car
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Corgi Junior 22 F1 Racing Car

The Corgi Junior F1 Racing Car. available in yellow finish. Corgi Junior 22 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
27
Formula 5000 Racing Car
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Corgi Junior 27 Formula 5000 Racing Car

The Corgi Junior Formula 5000 Racing Car. available in black, red finish. Corgi Junior 27 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
41
Porsche Carrera 6
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Corgi Junior 41 Porsche Carrera 6

The Corgi Junior Porsche Carrera 6. available in white finish. Corgi Junior 41 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
50
Ferrari 512S
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Corgi Junior 50 Ferrari 512S

The Corgi Junior Ferrari 512S. available in red finish. Corgi Junior 50 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
75
Super Stock Car
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Corgi Junior 75 Super Stock Car

The Corgi Junior Super Stock Car. available in silver finish. Corgi Junior 75 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
90580
Jaguar XJR9
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Corgi Junior 90580 Jaguar XJR9

The Corgi Junior Jaguar XJR9. available in Red finish. Corgi Junior 90580 in detail...

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Corgi Junior
90580
Jaguar XJR9
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Corgi Junior 90580 Jaguar XJR9

The Corgi Junior Jaguar XJR9. Interestingly the box says XJR9 but the base of the car is marked XJR12. available in Orange finish. Corgi Junior 90580 in detail...

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Corgi Rocket
904
Porsche Carrera 6
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Corgi Rocket 904 Porsche Carrera 6

The Corgi Rocket Porsche Carrera 6. available in white finish. Corgi Rocket 904 in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1284
Mercedes Benz 2.5 Litre G/Prix
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Crescent Toys 1284 Mercedes Benz 2.5 Litre G/Prix

The Crescent Toys Mercedes Benz 2.5 Litre G/Prix. available in silver finish. Crescent Toys 1284 in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1285
BRM Mk2 Grand Prix
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Crescent Toys 1285 BRM Mk2 Grand Prix

The Crescent Toys BRM Mk2 Grand Prix. available in green finish. Crescent Toys 1285 in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1287
Connaught 2 Litre G/Prix
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Crescent Toys 1287 Connaught 2 Litre G/Prix

The Crescent Toys Connaught 2 Litre G/Prix. available in green finish. Crescent Toys 1287 in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1288
Cooper Bristol 2 Litre G/Prix
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Crescent Toys 1288 Cooper Bristol 2 Litre G/Prix

The Crescent Toys Cooper Bristol 2 Litre G/Prix. available in blue finish. Crescent Toys 1288 in detail...

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Crescent Toys
1289
Gordini 2.5 Litre G/Prix
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Crescent Toys 1289 Gordini 2.5 Litre G/Prix

The Crescent Toys Gordini 2.5 Litre G/Prix. available in blue finish. Crescent Toys 1289 in detail...

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Dinky
Gift Set 4
Racing Cars
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Dinky Gift Set 4 Racing Cars

The Dinky Racing Cars. Made around 1953. Included:

  • 23g Cooper Bristol
  • 23f Alfa Romeo
  • 23h Ferrari
  • 23j HWM
  • 23n Maserati
. Dinky Gift Set 4 in detail...

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Dinky
23
Racing Cars
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Dinky 23 Racing Cars

The Dinky Racing Cars. The set comprised of 23C, 23D and 23E.. Dinky 23 in detail...

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Dinky
23a
Racing Car
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Dinky 23a Racing Car

The Dinky Racing Car. Introduced in 1933, this model, which is also known as ‘the small racing car’, holds Dinky toys production record for a period of 22 years. Issued in 1933 as a lead model, the car’s original reference number, ‘23’, had the suffix ‘a’ added in 1935. In 1934, the lead model, 23a/1, did not have a driver and the manifold was set for a four-cylinder engine and a fishtail exhaust pipe. Dinky modified the die and during December 1934, the driver’s head was added along with a manifold to reflect the car’s six-cylinder engine. On each side of this version race numbers were on raised bosses. Later, the number bosses disappear and the bonnet shape was modified. There were two styles of decoration and several colours were applied: red, blue, white and silver. Advertised in the November and December 1934 editions of the Meccano Magazine, these early versions had small white tyres and cost 6d. From late 1934 onwards, the model also appeared in French Dinky catalogues, with the same reference number 23a. In 1936, the cost of the model fell from 3.50 old francs to 2.00fr.

In 1937, Dinky replaced the lead with Zamak. The new model, 23a/2, 90mm long was issued with a range of race numbers, from 1-6. In 1939, the model was withdrawn and replaced by 23a/3, which was renumbered 220, before its final deletion in 1956. After the Second World War, the model failed to appear in any further French catalogues.

The real-life origins of this model appear to be unknown, although the model’s styling sets it in the era of racing at the Brooklands circuit. Indeed, the model bares a close resemblance to the 2.4 litre Napier Railton in which John Cobb set a circuit record of 143.44mph in 1935.

Introduced in 1933, deleted in 1956. Sold in the USA for 20 cents. available in silver & red, red & silver, blue & silver finish. Dinky 23a in detail...

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Dinky
23b
Hotchkiss Racing Car
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Dinky 23b Hotchkiss Racing Car

The Dinky Hotchkiss Racing Car. Pre 1940 cars 100mm long. Post 1946 96mm. available in silver, red finish at 1:75 scale. Dinky 23b in detail...

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Dinky
23c
Mercedes Racing Car
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Dinky 23c Mercedes Racing Car

The Dinky Mercedes Racing Car. In July 1936, The Meccano Magazine announced the launch of the Dinky Toy's Mercedes-Benz racing car, 23c. The magazine advertised the racing car for the nine months following in the Dinky Toys spread. The 93mm long Mercedes-Benz model came in a range of colours: red, blue, yellow, light green, silver and a light blue. Originally and with smooth hubs and a clipped baseplate, the model cost 8 old pence. In 1939, the price increased to 10 old pence and by the last time the model was advertised in the magazine, in December 1947, the model cost 1/8. The baseplate was only riveted after 1938. The model's tyres also changed over the years, with pre-war models having black round treaded tyres on smooth hubs, while in post-war times, black herringbone tyres were mounted on black ridged hubs. A variety of race numbers were applied to the model, from 1-6. In 1950, the model's die was in France and the model was produced for the export market only. In 1952, the die was due to return to the UK from France, but it did not and therefore, the model was effectively withdrawn from 1950.

In reality, the Daimler-Benz designed the car for racing in the 1934 Grand Prix season. The team behind the design were Hans Nibel, Max Sailer, Albert Heess and Max Wagner and included several revolutionary and weight lightening features, such as the 'U'-shaped pressed steel chassis and double wishbone suspension. In 1934, the car, a Mercedes-Benz W25, won its first outing at the Nurburgring, Nordschiefe. The 3.4 litre W25, with its 5-speed gearbox, won four other major races, the Eifelrennen, the Coppa Acerbo, and the Spanish and Italian Grand Prixs. The Mercedes W25, even with its later and larger 4.3 litre engine, suitably replaced its predecessor, a heavier 7 litre car designed by Ferdinand Porsche. Driven by Tazio Nuvolari, Rudolf Caracciola, Manfred von Brauchitsch and Luigi Fagioli. 1935, was a good season for the Mercedes W25 and the car achieved nine Grand Prix wins. Success came to an end, when Mercedes fitted the car with the larger 4.3 litre engine, which proved unreliable.

Introduced in 1936, the model was withdrawn in 1950. available in blue, silver finish. Dinky 23c in detail...

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23d
Auto-Union Racing Car
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Dinky 23d Auto-Union Racing Car

The Dinky Auto-Union Racing Car. Launched twice in the United Kingdom and once, in France, the Auto Union racing car, 23d, first appeared in 1936. The pre-war version had no driver and a baseplate clipped into position, although some later pre-war models did have a driver and a round riveted baseplate. In 1936, the 100mm long model cost 7 old pence, which rose to 23 old pence, 1/11, by the time of the 1946, post-war relaunch.

In the UK version, rear axles extended through the rear wheel cowlings, which did not occur on the French model; mountings were within the cowlings. The ribbed wheel hubs replaced the earlier smooth type and were fitted with black herringbone tyres. Round rivets attached post-war baseplates. While in France, models had a single, sunken, central rivet. In the UK, the racing car came in a range of colours, silver, blue, red, green and yellow. Light green was the only colour used for the French version. The models carried a range of race numbers, 1-6.

In 1935, Auto Union built the actual 16-cylinder racing car for speed trials. Over a flying kilometre, the car reached 316 km/h.

Launched in the UK during 1936 and re-launched in 1946, the model was withdrawn in 1938 and deleted in 1950. In France, the Auto Union racing car was launched in 1950 and deleted in 1952. available in light blue,blue,green,silver,red,yellow finish. Dinky 23d in detail...

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23d
Auto-Union Racing Car
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Dinky 23d Auto-Union Racing Car

The Dinky Auto-Union Racing Car. Launched twice in the United Kingdom and once, in France, the Auto Union racing car, 23d, first appeared in 1936. The pre-war version had no driver and a baseplate clipped into position, although some later pre-war models did have a driver and a round riveted baseplate. In 1936, the 100mm long model cost 7 old pence, which rose to 23 old pence, 1/11, by the time of the 1946, post-war relaunch.

In the UK version, rear axles extended through the rear wheel cowlings, which did not occur on the French model; mountings were within the cowlings. The ribbed wheel hubs replaced the earlier smooth type and were fitted with black herringbone tyres. Round rivets attached post-war baseplates. While in France, models had a single, sunken, central rivet. In the UK, the racing car came in a range of colours, silver, blue, red, green and yellow. Light green was the only colour used for the French version. The models carried a range of race numbers, 1-6.

In 1935, Auto Union built the actual 16-cylinder racing car for speed trials. Over a flying kilometre, the car reached 316 km/h.

Launched in the UK during 1936 and re-launched in 1946, the model was withdrawn in 1938 and deleted in 1950. In France, the Auto Union racing car was launched in 1950 and deleted in 1952. available in light blue,blue,green,silver,red,yellow finish. Dinky 23d in detail...

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23f
Alfa Romeo Racing Car
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Dinky 23f Alfa Romeo Racing Car

The Dinky Alfa Romeo Racing Car. In August 1953, the Meccano Magazine announced, as newly introduced, the Alfa-Rameo, 23f, racing car, noting that the actual vehicle had achieved considerable success in road and track events. Finished in red, Italy’s international racing colour, the model had a driver built into the casting. The driver had a white painted overall and helmet. Sturdy axles and ribbed wheel hubs, with 20mm black or grey round treaded tyres ensured that the model had good running. The model details the cars long exhaust pipes on the of-side, which are painted silver. On the rear cowling, the model carries the race number,’8’. Initially, the model cost 3/1, which was reduced to 3/- after only a few months. In 1954, the model was renumbered, 232, and ultimately, deleted in 1964.

Based on the Alfa-Romeo 159, the F1 car won the World Driver’s Championship (1950), driven by Nino Farina. In 1951, Juan Manuel Fangio won driving the Alfretti 159, with its powerful 420 bhp engine. Such power was achieved at the cost high fuel consumption, with the car consuming 125-175 litres per 100 km. Facing stiff competition from Ferrari, a former employee of Alfa-Romeo, the company withdrew from racing after the Italian government refused to fund further developments of the car. Their withdrawal was almost inevitable, because the company had a small budget and relied on pre-war technology, notably its use of 9 engine blocks. available in red finish. Dinky 23f in detail...

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23G
Cooper-Bristol Racing Car
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Dinky 23G Cooper-Bristol Racing Car

The Dinky Cooper-Bristol Racing Car. Announced as new for March 1953 in the Meccano Magazine, the Cooper-Bristol Racing Car, 23G, provided a detailed model of a Formula 2 racing car, which was showing great promise on the track. Costing 2/9, the model was also the subject of a special, extended article in the April edition. The Cooper-Bristol racing car, with its driver in a white helmet and overall driver, was 3 1/2 inches long. Finished in an Ivy Green, which was described at the time as the British racing colour, twin, silver, exhaust pipes were shown in the casting on one side of the body. The race number ‘6’ was on each side of the rear cowl. The model was introduced in March 1953 and renumbered, 233, in 1954. The Cooper-Bristol racing car was deleted in 1964.

The model was based on the successful, Cooper-Bristol CB3/52, Designed by the company for the 2-litre Formula 2 Series, CB3/52 was one of two driven as a works backed entry in races in Europe during 1952-53. The Cooper used a Bristol 2-litre engine, which produced 175 bhp. During 1952, the car raced in the Swiss; Italian; Belgian; and British Grand Prix. The car also took part in the last Marne Grand Prix, one of Europe’s fastest road races. The car had a number of notable drivers, including Stirling Moss, Ken Wharton, John Cooper, Mike Hawthorn and Juan Manuel Fangio. available in green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23G in detail...

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23H
Ferrari Racing Car
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Dinky 23H Ferrari Racing Car

The Dinky Ferrari Racing Car. In April 1953, the Meccano Magazine announced the launch of Dinky Toys’ Ferrari, 23H. The 4 inch (102mm) long model had a driver, with white painted overall and helmet, integral to the casting and was finished in blue and yellow, the national racing colours of Argentina. Like other models in the series, the Ferrari had sturdy axle mountings, ribbed wheel hubs and grey, 20mm tyres, with rounded treads. The race number ‘5’ on either side of the rear cowling. The model cost 3/-, although by August 1953, the price had fallen to 2/11. In 1954, Dinky renumbered the model, 234, and the model remained in production until 1964, when it was replaced by the Ferrari, ‘shark-nose’, model 242. available in blue & yellow finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23H in detail...

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23J
H.W.M. Racing Car
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Dinky 23J H.W.M. Racing Car

The Dinky H.W.M. Racing Car. In May 1953, the Meccano Magazine advertised the introduction of the HWM racing car, 23j. A follow-up article in June explained the HWM name, an abbreviation of the designers and constructor, Hersham and Walton Motors. Costing 2/11, the 3 7/8th inch long had a driver built into the model’s casting. The driver had a white overall and helmet. Like all the models in this series, the HWM had good running, due to its sturdy axles, ribbed wheel hubs and large 20mm, grey round treaded tyres. The car carried the race number, ‘7’, in yellow on either side of the rear cowling. In 1954, the HWM, 23j, was renumbered 235 and withdrawn in 1964.

Based at Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, the actual car was designed by Hersham and Walton Motor’s co-owner, John Heath and driven by business partner, George Abecassis, who achieved remarkable success in sports car and F2 races. HWM raced between 1946 and 1948, the first British team to achieve international success after the Second World War. Running on a shoestring budget, throughout the seven year life of the team, they built less than two dozen cars and still managed to race in over twenty events across Europe. The team was fortunate to have the famous race mechanics, Alfonso Koveleski and Alf Framise but, the cars, with their Alta engines, soon became outclassed and, following the death of John Heath, the HWM works team stopped racing.

Today, HWM is owned by Mike Harding, an ex-Aston Martin man and his company is the longest established Aston Martin retailer. The company trades under the names of HWM Aston Martin and HWM Alfa-Romeo. available in Light Green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23J in detail...

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23J
H.W.M. Racing Car
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Dinky 23J H.W.M. Racing Car

The Dinky H.W.M. Racing Car. In May 1953, the Meccano Magazine advertised the introduction of the HWM racing car, 23j. A follow-up article in June explained the HWM name, an abbreviation of the designers and constructor, Hersham and Walton Motors. Costing 2/11, the 3 7/8th inch long had a driver built into the model’s casting. The driver had a white overall and helmet. Like all the models in this series, the HWM had good running, due to its sturdy axles, ribbed wheel hubs and large 20mm, grey round treaded tyres. The car carried the race number, ‘7’, in yellow on either side of the rear cowling. In 1954, the HWM, 23j, was renumbered 235 and withdrawn in 1964.

Based at Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, the actual car was designed by Hersham and Walton Motor’s co-owner, John Heath and driven by business partner, George Abecassis, who achieved remarkable success in sports car and F2 races. HWM raced between 1946 and 1948, the first British team to achieve international success after the Second World War. Running on a shoestring budget, throughout the seven year life of the team, they built less than two dozen cars and still managed to race in over twenty events across Europe. The team was fortunate to have the famous race mechanics, Alfonso Koveleski and Alf Framise but, the cars, with their Alta engines, soon became outclassed and, following the death of John Heath, the HWM works team stopped racing.

Today, HWM is owned by Mike Harding, an ex-Aston Martin man and his company is the longest established Aston Martin retailer. The company trades under the names of HWM Aston Martin and HWM Alfa-Romeo. available in Light Green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23J in detail...

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23K
Talbot-Lago Racing Car
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Dinky 23K Talbot-Lago Racing Car

The Dinky Talbot-Lago Racing Car. In September 1953 edition of the Meccano Magazine Dinky Toys announced the introduction of the Talbot-Lago, 23k, which was launch simultaneously in France, where it was French Dinky’s first new model to be advertised in the Meccano Magazine after the Second World War. The Talbot-Lago racing car, 23k.

Costing 2/6 and noted for its fine detail, the 104mm long model, at a scale of 1:38, was in the blue of the French national racing colour. The French version had a vital significance, because it replicated France’s first post-war racing car. However, the smaller French model, 23K, had a length of just 93mm, reflecting its 1:43 scale. The British version carried water-based transfers with the race numbers 1-6; with age, the French spirit-based transfers now leave a yellow film between the numbers. The models had blue, concave wheel hubs and grey 20mm or occasionally black tyres on the British version; black, 11.190mm tyres were on the French model. The 20mm front tyres did not extend beyond the front of the model as they did on the French model, 23H. The British driver adopts a more upright driving position than the lower driving position in the French model. The exhaust, bonnet louvres and bonnet badge are different, with the French version more closely reflecting the actual Talbot bonnet badge.

Dinky and French dinky modelled 23k and 23H, on the Talbot-Lago T26C, single-seat racing car, which had a box chassis, un-supercharged 4.5 litres straight six engine and a 4-speed, Wilson pre-selector gearbox. The chassis and gearbox were derived from Talbot’s 1930s racing cars. The T26C made its racing debut in the 1948 Monaco Grand Prix, finishing second. Driven by Louis Chiron, further achievements followed, including the 1949 Belgium Grand Prix and in a two-seat version, they won the 1950, Le Mans 24 hour race. Louis Rosier and Jean-Louis Rosier drove the car.

Renumbered 205 and 230. available in blue finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23K in detail...

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23N
Maserati Racing Car
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Dinky 23N Maserati Racing Car

The Dinky Maserati Racing Car. In June, 1953, the Maserati, 23N, became the fifth in the series of new racing cars introduced during that year. The 3 ¾ inch long model cost 2/8 and was finished in the racing colours of Switzerland. The red painted bodywork has a white flash running down the bonnet to the grille. The model possesses the robust axle mountings typical of the series, ribbed wheel hubs and grey or black 20mm round treaded tyres. The car carries a race number, ‘9’, on either side of the rear cowl. By the late autumn of 1953, the price of the model fell to 2/6 in line with other models in the series. In 1954, the Maserati was renumbered, 231 and as such it remained in production until 1964, when it was deleted.

From 1947-1956, Maserati built racing cars in Italy. The Dinky Toys model was based on their 4CLT/48 racing car, which had a 1.5 litre supercharged engine and the ‘T’ standing for tubular chassis. The engine produced 260bhp. Designed by Ernesto Maserati, developed by Giocchino Colombo and constructed by Medaro Fantuzzi, the car built on some of the early work done by the Maserati brothers, who developed the car’s 4-cylinder in line engine. The car was nicknamed the “sanremo” from the name of its first race in 1948. British driver, Reg Parnell, and Italian, Villoresi won five races during that season. In 1949, the team were joined by Juan Manuel Fangio and Baron Toulo de Graffenried, who won the British Grand Prix. In 1950, at Monaco, Louis Chiron drove to third place. The Maserati had several notable successes with the car, including a second place in the Monaco Grand Prix (1956), but later versions of the car were dogged by engine failures.

Dinky Toys use of the Swiss national racing colours for the Maserati model, 23N, came from the successes of ‘The Scuderi Enrico Platé’ (The Enrico Platé stable), a Swiss-based team, who raced Maserati cars during the early 1950s. During this period, the team had three main drivers: Prince Bira of Thailand, Harry Schell and Baron Toulo de Graffenried. The Platé team recognised the shortcomings of the Maserati and their modified cars had a good measure of success racing in F2. In 1953, the team experienced financial difficulties and during 1954, Enrico Platé died in a racing accident in Buenos Aires. available in Red finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23N in detail...

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23s
Streamlined Racing Car
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Dinky 23s Streamlined Racing Car

The Dinky Streamlined Racing Car. Also produced from 1948 to 1953 as No.222. Used the same casting 23m Thunderbolt Speed Car also from 1938 to 1940. There is some confusion about the differences between 23m and 23s and 222. available in silver, black, green, blue finish. Dinky 23s in detail...

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35B
Midget Car Racer
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Dinky 35B Midget Car Racer

The Dinky Midget Car Racer. The pre war version was longer with no driver. available in silver finish. Dinky 35B in detail...

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132
Ford 40-RV
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Dinky 132 Ford 40-RV

The Dinky Ford 40-RV. Shown in Dinky catalogue No 5 May 1969 for 9/11. Cost 14/- in Cyprus (or £0.700) available in silver, orange, white finish. Dinky 132 in detail...

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133
Cunningham C-5R Road Racer
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Dinky 133 Cunningham C-5R Road Racer

The Dinky Cunningham C-5R Road Racer. Illustrated in the June 1955 issue of Meccano magazine. produce till 1960 available in white & blue finish at 1:45 scale. Dinky 133 in detail...

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151
Le Mans Racing Cars
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Dinky 151 Le Mans Racing Cars

The Dinky Le Mans Racing Cars. available in grey blue green white finish. Dinky 151 in detail...

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163
Bristol 450 Coupe
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Dinky 163 Bristol 450 Coupe

The Dinky Bristol 450 Coupe. Released in July 1956 and shown on the back of that months Meccano Magazine. available in green finish at 1:43 scale. Dinky 163 in detail...

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200
Matra 630
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Dinky 200 Matra 630

The Dinky Matra 630. Produced with the racing number 2 or 36. Another version no.1425 had different wheels and had the racing number 24. available in blue finish. Dinky 200 in detail...

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204
Ferrari 312P
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Dinky 204 Ferrari 312P

The Dinky Ferrari 312P. available in red finish. Dinky 204 in detail...

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205
Talbot-Lago Racing Car
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Dinky 205 Talbot-Lago Racing Car

The Dinky Talbot-Lago Racing Car. Fitted with plastic wheels. see also 23k and 230 available in blue finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 205 in detail...

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206
Maserati
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Dinky 206 Maserati

The Dinky Maserati. available in red & white finish. Dinky 206 in detail...

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207
Alfa Romeo Racing Car
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Dinky 207 Alfa Romeo Racing Car

The Dinky Alfa Romeo Racing Car. Supplied in a bubble pack. Also No23f and No232. available in red finish. Dinky 207 in detail...

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207
Alfa Romeo Racing Car
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Dinky 207 Alfa Romeo Racing Car

The Dinky Alfa Romeo Racing Car. Supplied in a bubble pack. Also No23f and No232. available in red finish. Dinky 207 in detail...

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208
Cooper Bristol Racing Car
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Dinky 208 Cooper Bristol Racing Car

The Dinky Cooper Bristol Racing Car. See also No.233 available in green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 208 in detail...

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209
Ferrari Racing Car
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Dinky 209 Ferrari Racing Car

The Dinky Ferrari Racing Car. available in blue finish. Dinky 209 in detail...

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210
Alfa Romeo 33 Tipo Le-Mans
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Dinky 210 Alfa Romeo 33 Tipo Le-Mans

The Dinky Alfa Romeo 33 Tipo Le-Mans. available in orange & black, met. blue finish. Dinky 210 in detail...

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215
Ford GT Racing Car
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Dinky 215 Ford GT Racing Car

The Dinky Ford GT Racing Car. shown in Dinky catalogue No5 May 1969 at 9/11. available in white, green finish. Dinky 215 in detail...

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221
Speed of the Wind Racing Car Box Set
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Dinky 221 Speed of the Wind Racing Car Box Set

The Dinky Speed of the Wind Racing Car Box Set. Pack of 6 No23e Speed of the wind racing cars available in silver finish at 1:75 scale. Dinky 221 in detail...

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222
Streamlined Racing Car
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Dinky 222 Streamlined Racing Car

The Dinky Streamlined Racing Car. Renumbered from 23s in 1954.. Dinky 222 in detail...

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222
Hesketh 308E Racing Car
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Dinky 222 Hesketh 308E Racing Car

The Dinky Hesketh 308E Racing Car. available in blue finish. Dinky 222 in detail...

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223
Mclaren M8A Can-Am
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Dinky 223 Mclaren M8A Can-Am

The Dinky Mclaren M8A Can-Am. July 1971 priced in the UK at 55p. Later issues had plastic Speedwheels, metallic green paint, black engine cover, white interior. available in white & blue, metallic green finish. Dinky 223 in detail...

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225
Lotus F1 Racing Car
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Dinky 225 Lotus F1 Racing Car

The Dinky Lotus F1 Racing Car. Produce in the mid 1970's available in met red, met blue, green finish at 1:32 scale. Dinky 225 in detail...

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226
Ferrari 312/B2 Racing car
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Dinky 226 Ferrari 312/B2 Racing car

The Dinky Ferrari 312/B2 Racing car. available in gold finish. Dinky 226 in detail...

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230
Talbot-Lago Racing Car
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Dinky 230 Talbot-Lago Racing Car

The Dinky Talbot-Lago Racing Car. renumbered from 23k and 205. Illustrated in the August 1955 issue of Meccano Magazine. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. available in blue finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 230 in detail...

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231
Maserati Racing Car
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Dinky 231 Maserati Racing Car

The Dinky Maserati Racing Car. Renumbered from 23n. shown in the March 1956 Meccano Magazine. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. From May 1962 delivered in a bubble pack. available in Red finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 231 in detail...

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232
Alfa Romeo Racing Car
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Dinky 232 Alfa Romeo Racing Car

The Dinky Alfa Romeo Racing Car. Renumbered from No23F in 1954 and produced until 1964. see also from No207. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. available in red finish. Dinky 232 in detail...

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233
Cooper Bristol Racing Car
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Dinky 233 Cooper Bristol Racing Car

The Dinky Cooper Bristol Racing Car. Red plastic hubs are very rare. Illustrated in the May 1955 issue of Meccano Magazine. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. available in green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 233 in detail...

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234
Ferrari Racing Car
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Dinky 234 Ferrari Racing Car

The Dinky Ferrari Racing Car. Early versions as 23H with full yellow nose and cast ridged wheels. Around 1960-62 produced with triangle on nose with spun alloy hubs this version is rare. Blue plastic hubs are very rare. Examples also exist with the triangle on the nose but with cast ridged hubs. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. available in blue finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 234 in detail...

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235
H.W.M. Racing Car
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Dinky 235 H.W.M. Racing Car

The Dinky H.W.M. Racing Car. Renumbered 23j. Illustrated in the September 1955 issue of Meccano Magazine. available in Light Green finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 235 in detail...

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236
Connaught Racing Car
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Dinky 236 Connaught Racing Car

The Dinky Connaught Racing Car. Introduced in December 1956 and shown on the back cover of that months Meccano Magazine. available in Green finish at 1:46 scale. Dinky 236 in detail...

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237
Mercedes Benz Racing Car
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Dinky 237 Mercedes Benz Racing Car

The Dinky Mercedes Benz Racing Car. Released October 1957 in a picture box priced at 3/8. Advertised in the July 1958 Meccano Magazine for 3/3. In May 1959 the price was 2/11. For a period during 1960 & 1961, the model came in a red and yellow plain printed box. In February 1961 the price was 3/3. Then in May 1962 it increased to 3/6, in January 1964 to 3/11, in July 1966 to 4/- and in 1968, its last year in the catalogue to 4/6. In 1961 fitted spun aluminium hubs. available in white finish at 1:45 scale. Dinky 237 in detail...

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238
Jaguar Type D Racing Car
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Dinky 238 Jaguar Type D Racing Car

The Dinky Jaguar Type D Racing Car. The yellow version was introduced in 1964. The original version had medium blue painted wheels. Priced at 3/3 on the February 1961 price list. available in turquoise, yellow finish at 1:46 scale. Dinky 238 in detail...

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239
Vanwall
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Dinky 239 Vanwall

The Dinky Vanwall. Released April 1958 and shown on the back of that months Meccano Magazine for 3/6. In 1957 3 Grand Prix were won by Stirling Moss in cars like this. Renumbered 210 and deleted in 1965. Priced at 3/3 on the February 1961 price list. available in green finish at 1:45 scale. Dinky 239 in detail...

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240
Cooper Racing Car
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Dinky 240 Cooper Racing Car

The Dinky Cooper Racing Car. In March 1963, the Meccano Magazine announced the introduction of Dinky Toys new series of racing cars. The second in the series, the Cooper-Climax, F1, model 240, went on sale the following month, after the launch of model 242, the F1, Ferrari.

At a 1:43 scale, the 31/4 inch (83mm) long racing car cost 3/11. Finished in powder blue, with white stripes down the nose and with the race number, twenty, the car had suspension, a plastic windscreen and a yellow helmeted driver wearing a white overall. The car’s blue engine-cowl lifts off to reveal the car’s Coventry Climax engine. Although the model was initially made for the UK market, Dinky Toys intended to make the series available in overseas markets throughout the world and the Cooper racing car appeared in French Dinky’s 1966 catalogue as model 240L.

The actual Cooper-Climax T53, F1 car, produced in Surbiton, Surrey, by John Cooper, began a motor racing revolution, which continues through to, today. Designer Owen Maddock introduced the previously unheralded rear-engine racing car. Initially developed for the Indianapolis 500, the car was driven to success by such famous drivers as Roy Salvadori, Bruce McClaren, Jack Brabham and Stirling Moss. Interest in John Cooper’s car was also shown by a young Bernie Ecclestone. In 1958, the 2litre Coventry-Climax engine, mounted in a Cooper chassis was found to be not powerful enough. However, in 1959, when the car returned to the track with the more powerful 2.5 litre engine, Jack Brabham drove the car to success in the US Grand Prix, at Sebring and went on to become the world champion.

Engine manufacturer, Coventry-Climax, producer of Britain’s first forklift truck (Dinky model 401/597) was purchased by Jaguar Cars and subsequently, British Leyland, where it became part of the ill-fated Special Products Division, which the company closed early on in its long decline into oblivion.

A former works Manager at Cooper’s racing company once said, that although the pay was poor, “ you’d never have as much fun anywhere else” – a magnificent epitaph to the firm.

While Dinky introduced the Cooper-Climax, F1, racing car in April 1963, it was French Dinky who finally deleted the model, 240L, in 1970. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Dinky 240 in detail...

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241
Lotus Racing Car
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Dinky 241 Lotus Racing Car

The Dinky Lotus Racing Car. Introduced in April 1963, the Lotus racing car, 241, became the third model in Dinky’s new series of F1 cars. The model cost 3/11 and was 3¼ inches (83mm) long. The green race colour was the normal livery of Team Lotus. The model had four wheel suspension, windscreen, a driver in a white overall and green helmet and a green engine cowl through which the car’s replica Coventry Climax engine could be seen. The model was deleted in 1970.

A South African version was made in a lighter green.

In 1952 by Colin Chapman and Colin Dale formed Lotus Engineering. Lotus cars were born out of Lotus Engineering, whose first factory was in stables, behind the Railway Hotel, in Hornsey London. In 1958, Team Lotus was split off from the core business and so began the engagement in completion from 1958-1994. In 1959, Lotus moved to a new factory in Cheshunt and the former RAF base at Hethel, Norfolk. Their cars were characterised by light weight and fine handling.

In 1960, Team Lotus won its first Grand Prix, at Monaco. Stirling Moss won the race driving a Lotus 18. During the 1963 season, Jim Clarke drove a Lotus 25 and won Lotus’s first World Championship. Sadly, Jim Clarke died in a tragic accident at the Hockenheim circuit, driving an F2, Lotus 48. Graham Hill restored Lotus’s winning ways during 1968 and subsequent successes included Grand Prix victories for Jochen Rindt (1970), Emerson Fittipaldi (1972) and Mario Andretti (1978).

Colin Chapman died in 1982, aged 54, with seven World Championships to his name. Since then, Team Lotus has had a variety of owners, including GM, Artoli/Buggatti and currently, Proton (1996-present). available in green finish. Dinky 241 in detail...

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242
Ferrari Racing Car
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Dinky 242 Ferrari Racing Car

The Dinky Ferrari Racing Car. The Ferrari racing car. In March 1963, the Meccano Magazine announced the introduction of its new racing car series and the first model in that series, the Ferrari 156, F1, model 242 went on sale in the same month. Subsequently, Dinky introduced three further models in the series.

At a 1:42 scale, the 3.5 inch (89mm) long, 1.75 inch wide and 7/8ths inch high racing car cost 3/11. Finished in Ferrari’s famous red livery, the black, prancing horse logo was on either side of the car’s ‘Shark-nose’ cowl. The model had four wheel suspension and a removable rear cowl, which gave access to the detailed mid-engine. A plastic windscreen surrounds the driver wearing a white overall and green helmet.

In 1961, Ferrari replaced their Dino racing car with the Ferrari 156. The enforced reduction of engine capacity from 2.5 litres to 1.5 litres caused Ferrari some difficulties and the race competition proved fierce, with challenges from BRM’s Graham Hill, Lotus’s Jim Clarke and American Dan Gurney driving for Porsche.

Designed by Carlo Chiti, the Ferrari 156, ‘Shark-nose’ made its debut in 1956, at the Monaco Grand Prix. During that season, the American, Phil Hill, drove the car to the world championship. Other famous drivers won grand prix races in the ‘Shark-nose’, American, Richie Ginther, Britain’s John Surtees and Italy’s Lorenzo Bandini, who won the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix, the last race to be won by a Ferrari 156, before it was replaced by the Ferrari Aero.

Introduced in March 1963, and shown in Dinky catalogue No5 in May 1969 for 4/11 the Ferrari racing car was deleted from the French Dinky catalogue at the end of 1970, when it was replaced by model 1422 a more modern Ferrari F1 car. In the UK, the car was withdrawn in 1971. available in red, light red finish at 1:42 scale. Dinky 242 in detail...

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Dinky
243
BRM Racing Car
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Dinky 243 BRM Racing Car

The Dinky BRM Racing Car. In April 1964, the Meccano Magazine introduced the fourth model in Dinky’s new racing car series. The magazine used its colourful back page spread to announce the introduction of the yellow BRM F1 racing car, which was not in the green metallic colour used for the actual model. Only the engine cowl, with its see-through air intake had the yellow colour scheme. Costing 3/11 the 3¼ inch (83mm) long model had 4-wheel suspension, a windscreen and driver in a white overall and red helmet. Later versions of the model had not slots for the windscreen. By 1969, the Dinky catalogue showed the increased cost of the model to be 4/11. Released in 1964, the model was withdrawn in 1971.

In 1945, Richard Mays CBE founded British Racing Motors (BRM) which raced F1 cars from 1950-1977. They entered 197 grand prix races and won 17, including the 1962 world championship and constructor’s championship. Graham Hill OBE drove their BRM 57/8, which was so successful that it remained in production in 1963, when American, Richie Ginther, achieved second place in the Monaco Grand Prix. Other major successes occurred for BRM during the 1964, 1965 and 1971 seasons. BRM cars used a variety of engines: 1.5 V16; 2.5 litre in line; 1.5cc Coventry-Climax; 1.9 and 2.11 V8 3.01 H16 and the powerful 3.01 V12. While BRM’s greatest achievements occurred under Graham Hill, a number of other famous racers drove for the company: Jo Bonnier, Ron Flockhart, Dan Gurney, Mike Hawthorn, Nikki Lauder, Clay Regazzoni, Jackie Stewart and John Surtees.

Released in 1964, the model was withdrawn in 1971. available in green finish. Dinky 243 in detail...

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Dinky
249
Racing Cars Gift Set
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Dinky 249 Racing Cars Gift Set

The Dinky Racing Cars Gift Set. Boxed Set of 5 racing cars Cooper Bristol, 23f Alpha Romeo, Ferrari, 23j HRM and 23n Maserati. Advertised in the September 1958 Meccano Magazine available in various finish. Dinky 249 in detail...

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Dinky
370
Dragster Set
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Dinky 370 Dragster Set

The Dinky Dragster Set. available in red & yellow finish. Dinky 370 in detail...

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Dinky
1009
Lotus F1 Racing Car
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Dinky 1009 Lotus F1 Racing Car

The Dinky Lotus F1 Racing Car.. Dinky 1009 in detail...

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Dinky
1012
Ferrari 312-B2
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Dinky 1012 Ferrari 312-B2

The Dinky Ferrari 312-B2. available in red finish at 1:35 scale. Dinky 1012 in detail...

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Dinky
1417
Matra - Renault Alpine A310
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Dinky 1417 Matra - Renault Alpine A310

The Dinky Matra - Renault Alpine A310. available in blue finish. Dinky 1417 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
CF01
Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000
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Dinky Atlas CF01 Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000

The Dinky Atlas Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000. available in red finish. Dinky Atlas CF01 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
GS4
Racing Cars
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Dinky Atlas GS4 Racing Cars

The Dinky Atlas Racing Cars. available in green, red, blue finish. Dinky Atlas GS4 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23A
Auto De Course
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Dinky Atlas 23A Auto De Course

The Dinky Atlas Auto De Course. available in orange and green, cream & orange, blue & white finish. Dinky Atlas 23A in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23B
Auto De Course Profilee
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Dinky Atlas 23B Auto De Course Profilee

The Dinky Atlas Auto De Course Profilee. available in red finish. Dinky Atlas 23B in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23B
Hotchkiss Auto De Course
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Dinky Atlas 23B Hotchkiss Auto De Course

The Dinky Atlas Hotchkiss Auto De Course. available in red, silver finish. Dinky Atlas 23B in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23
Racing Cars
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Dinky Atlas 23 Racing Cars

The Dinky Atlas Racing Cars. available in red, blue, yellow finish. Dinky Atlas 23 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23C
Mercedes Racing Car
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Dinky Atlas 23C Mercedes Racing Car

The Dinky Atlas Mercedes Racing Car. available in silver, blue finish. Dinky Atlas 23C in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23H
Auto De Course Talbot-Lago
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Dinky Atlas 23H Auto De Course Talbot-Lago

The Dinky Atlas Auto De Course Talbot-Lago. available in blue finish. Dinky Atlas 23H in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
23J
Ferrari Racing Car
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Dinky Atlas 23J Ferrari Racing Car

The Dinky Atlas Ferrari Racing Car. at 1:43 scale. Dinky Atlas 23J in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
506
Aston Martin DB3 Sport
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Dinky Atlas 506 Aston Martin DB3 Sport

The Dinky Atlas Aston Martin DB3 Sport. available in green finish. Dinky Atlas 506 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
1425E
Matra 630
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Dinky Atlas 1425E Matra 630

The Dinky Atlas Matra 630. available in blue finish. Dinky Atlas 1425E in detail...

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Eidai
?
BMW 3.0CSL
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Eidai ? BMW 3.0CSL

The Eidai BMW 3.0CSL. available in black finish at 1:28 scale. Eidai ? in detail...

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Eidai
7
Renault RS-01
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Eidai 7 Renault RS-01

The Eidai Renault RS-01. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Eidai 7 in detail...

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Eidai
8
Walter Wolf WR1
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Eidai 8 Walter Wolf WR1

The Eidai Walter Wolf WR1. available in met blue finish at 1:43 scale. Eidai 8 in detail...

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French Dinky
23J
Ferrari Racing Car
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French Dinky 23J Ferrari Racing Car

The French Dinky Ferrari Racing Car. In the 1956 catalogue, French Dinky Toys advertised the Ferrari Racing Car, 23J, as a new model available in July. In the October edition of the Meccano Magazine, a short article outlined the features of French Dinky’s second post-war racing car, which the company released in November and then, advertised the model, once again, in December.

In Ferrari Red, at a scale of 1/43, the 102mm long racing car had yellow race numbers, 1-6, on the rear cowling, red ribbed wheel hubs and initially, a smooth radiator grille. In 1957, French Dinky introduced variant 23J/2, which had a chequered grille and ‘chrome’ wheel hubs. The tyres were 20mm round treaded. Both versions cost 265 old francs, about 6/6. Introduced in 1956, withdrawn in 1959.

The model was based upon Ferrari’s 500, which had a 2.0 litre engine. Based on much of Lancia’s technology, the car achieved notable success in the hands of Juan Manuel Fangio, who won his third consecutive world title and, commanded five of the top eight placings for the season. Only Stirling Moss’s Maserati provided serious competition. at 1:43 scale. French Dinky 23J in detail...

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French Dinky
23H
Talbot-Lago
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French Dinky 23H Talbot-Lago

The French Dinky Talbot-Lago. In 1953, long after the Second World War, the French version of the Meccano Magazine was re-introduced. In the October 1953 edition, the magazine announced French Dinky’s newest models. Among them, the Talbot-Lago racing car, 23H/1, which had been trailed in the 1952 French Dinky catalogue, had appeared in September. There is no price listed for the model, but a similar model in the series retailed for 290 old francs, about 6/-, considerably more expensive than the 3/- for the British model.

Noted for its fine detail, the 93mm long model, at a scale of 1:43, was in the blue of the French national racing colour and faithfully replicated France’s first post-war racing car. A British version of the model, 23K, appeared at the same time, but the length of the model was 104mm, reflecting its 1:38 scale. The French car came in a trade box, with the models carrying spirit-based race numbers 1-6; with age, these spirit-based transfers now leave a yellow film, between the numbers. The models had blue, concave wheel hubs and black, 11.190mm tyres on the French version, with grey 20mm and occasionally black tyres on the British version. The relatively larger French tyres for the size of the model result in the front tyres extending beyond the front of the model. The French driver adopts a lower driving position than the more upright position in the British model. The exhaust, bonnet louvres and bonnet badge are different, with the French version more closely reflecting the actual Talbot bonnet badge.

In 1959, French Dinky renumbered the model, 510, and gave it chrome wheel hubs but then, they promptly withdrew the car from their catalogue.

French dinky modelled the Talbot-Lago, 23H, on the company’s T26C, single-seat racing car, which had a box chassis, un-supercharged 4.5 litres straight six engine and a 4-speed, Wilson pre-selector gearbox. The chassis and gearbox were derived from Talbot’s 1930s racing cars. The T26C made its racing debut in the 1948 Monaco Grand Prix, finishing second. Driven by Louis Chiron, further achievements followed, including the 1949 Belgium Grand Prix and in a two-seat version, they won the 1950, Le Mans 24 hour race. Louis Rosier and Jean-Louis Rosier drove the car. available in blue finish at 1:38 scale. French Dinky 23H in detail...

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French Dinky
503
Porsche Carrera 6
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French Dinky 503 Porsche Carrera 6

The French Dinky Porsche Carrera 6. available in white finish. French Dinky 503 in detail...

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French Dinky
506
Aston Martin DB3 Sport
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French Dinky 506 Aston Martin DB3 Sport

The French Dinky Aston Martin DB3 Sport. The picture shows a rare car numbered 13 available in green finish. French Dinky 506 in detail...

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French Dinky
1432
Ferrari 312 P
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French Dinky 1432 Ferrari 312 P

The French Dinky Ferrari 312 P. available in red finish. French Dinky 1432 in detail...

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French Dinky
1433
Surtees TS5
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French Dinky 1433 Surtees TS5

The French Dinky Surtees TS5.

From John Morris:
During my childhood and teenage years, I lived in London's suburbs on the Surrey-Kent county boundary, unknown to me that a hero, John Surtees, had been born in the nearby village of Tatsfield, in Surrey. The village stands on the crest of the North Downs, overlooking Westerham, in Kent (the location of Chartwell, Sir Winston Churchill's home) and beyond towards Edenbridge, where Surtees built his motor racing base.

John Surtees was the son of a south London motorcycle dealer. Between 1952 and 1960, he achieved 38 motorcycling championship wins, including 24 podium places in the 500cc World Motorcycling Championship. He was overall champion in 1956, 1958, 1959 and 1960. In 1960, he turned to Formula 1 motor racing and, in 1964, became world champion. He remains the only person to win world championships on both two and four wheels. His Surtees Racing Organisation spent nine seasons involved in Formula 1, from 1970-78. In 1968, the late James Garner, the actor, entered Formula 5000 with his AIR team. John Surtees struck a deal to manufacture the car. The American version used an AMC engine, while in Britain a Ford Cosworth V8 provided the power. Built at the Poole factory of designer Len Terry, later versions of the car were built at the Surtees works in Slough and subsequently, at Edenbridge. The car was rechristened the TS5, standing for Terry-Surtees 5000. In America, the car was called the Garner TS5.

During 1971, the year of John Surtees's retirement from racing, French Dinky introduced model 1433, the Surtees TS5 Formula 1 racing car. The 95mm long model retailed at 15,50 Fr. (new Francs), about £1, 11/-. In red and white, the works colours, the highly detailed model had race number decals, number 14. available in red finish. French Dinky 1433 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
Brabbam F1
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Hot Wheels Brabbam F1

The Hot Wheels Brabbam F1. available in blue finish. Hot Wheels in detail...

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Hot Wheels
Ford J-Car
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Hot Wheels Ford J-Car

The Hot Wheels Ford J-Car. available in met.green finish. Hot Wheels in detail...

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Hot Wheels
49
Twinmill
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Hot Wheels 49 Twinmill

The Hot Wheels Twinmill. available in chrome finish. Hot Wheels 49 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
3915
Formula Fever
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Hot Wheels 3915 Formula Fever

The Hot Wheels Formula Fever. available in yellow & orange finish. Hot Wheels 3915 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
6254
Lola
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Hot Wheels 6254 Lola

The Hot Wheels Lola. available in met. red finish. Hot Wheels 6254 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
6255
McLaren M6A
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Hot Wheels 6255 McLaren M6A

The Hot Wheels McLaren M6A. available in met. green finish. Hot Wheels 6255 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
6262
Lotus ?
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Hot Wheels 6262 Lotus ?

The Hot Wheels Lotus ?. available in met. blue finish. Hot Wheels 6262 in detail...

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Hot Wheels
6265
Shelby
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Hot Wheels 6265 Shelby

The Hot Wheels Shelby. available in met. red finish. Hot Wheels 6265 in detail...

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Lledo
SL 46000
1930 Bentley 4.5 Litre Blower
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Lledo SL 46000 1930 Bentley 4.5 Litre Blower

The Lledo 1930 Bentley 4.5 Litre Blower. available in green finish. Lledo SL 46000 in detail...

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Maisto
?
Ferrari 1952 500 F2
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Maisto ? Ferrari 1952 500 F2

The Maisto Ferrari 1952 500 F2. available in red finish at 1:35 scale. Maisto ? in detail...

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Majorette
232
Ferrari 312 T2
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Majorette 232 Ferrari 312 T2

The Majorette Ferrari 312 T2. available in red, blue finish at 1:50 scale. Majorette 232 in detail...

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Majorette
233
Panther Bertone
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Majorette 233 Panther Bertone

The Majorette Panther Bertone. available in orange, yellow finish. Majorette 233 in detail...

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Majorette
238
Benetton F1 Racing
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Majorette 238 Benetton F1 Racing

The Majorette Benetton F1 Racing. This model has decals for a secondary school with technical specialities in France (Area of South Burgundy). available in white, green finish. Majorette 238 in detail...

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Majorette
282
Ferrari F1
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Majorette 282 Ferrari F1

The Majorette Ferrari F1. available in red finish at 1:55 scale. Majorette 282 in detail...

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Marklin
68
Panther Bertone
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Marklin 68 Panther Bertone

The Marklin Panther Bertone. available in blue & white finish. Marklin 68 in detail...

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Marklin
1802
Chaparral 2F
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Marklin 1802 Chaparral 2F

The Marklin Chaparral 2F. The model in the pictures is missing its wing. available in white finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 1802 in detail...

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Marklin
1810
Porsche 910
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Marklin 1810 Porsche 910

The Marklin Porsche 910. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 1810 in detail...

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Marklin
1815
Porsche 907
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Marklin 1815 Porsche 907

The Marklin Porsche 907. available in yellow & white finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 1815 in detail...

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Marklin
1840,1
Märklin-RAK set 1840,1 - Porsche
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Marklin 1840,1 Märklin-RAK set 1840,1 - Porsche

The Marklin Märklin-RAK set 1840,1 - Porsche. Contains: Porsche 907, Porsche 910, Porsche 914, Porsche 911T available in red, blue, yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 1840,1 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/1
Mercedes Benz Rennwagen
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Marklin 5521/1 Mercedes Benz Rennwagen

The Marklin Mercedes Benz Rennwagen. available in silver finish. Marklin 5521/1 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/4
Alfa Romeo Bimotore
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Marklin 5521/4 Alfa Romeo Bimotore

The Marklin Alfa Romeo Bimotore. available in red finish. Marklin 5521/4 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/14
Alfa Romeo Racing Car
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Marklin 5521/14 Alfa Romeo Racing Car

The Marklin Alfa Romeo Racing Car.. Marklin 5521/14 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/15
Mercedes Benz Racing Car
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Marklin 5521/15 Mercedes Benz Racing Car

The Marklin Mercedes Benz Racing Car.. Marklin 5521/15 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/16
Auto-Union Rennwagen
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Marklin 5521/16 Auto-Union Rennwagen

The Marklin Auto-Union Rennwagen. available in silver finish. Marklin 5521/16 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/17
Mercedes Benz Racer
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Marklin 5521/17 Mercedes Benz Racer

The Marklin Mercedes Benz Racer.. Marklin 5521/17 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/18
Bluebird
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Marklin 5521/18 Bluebird

The Marklin Bluebird. This is 138mm long. available in blue finish. Marklin 5521/18 in detail...

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Marklin
5521/61
Mercedes Benz Racing Car
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Marklin 5521/61 Mercedes Benz Racing Car

The Marklin Mercedes Benz Racing Car. available in silver finish. Marklin 5521/61 in detail...

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Marklin
5524/11
Mercedes
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Marklin 5524/11 Mercedes

The Marklin Mercedes. available in silver, met.blue finish. Marklin 5524/11 in detail...

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Marklin
8010 (5524/11)
Mercedes 300 SLR
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Marklin 8010 (5524/11) Mercedes 300 SLR

The Marklin Mercedes 300 SLR. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 8010 (5524/11) in detail...

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Marklin
8011 (5524/11A)
Mercedes Benz W196 type Monza streamlined bodywork
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Marklin 8011 (5524/11A) Mercedes Benz W196 type Monza streamlined bodywork

The Marklin Mercedes Benz W196 type Monza streamlined bodywork. Various racing numbers on the models appeared e.g. 3, 8 etc. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 8011 (5524/11A) in detail...

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Marklin
8032
Set of 4 Porsche
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Marklin 8032 Set of 4 Porsche

The Marklin Set of 4 Porsche.

  • Porsche 911T
  • Porsche 907
  • Porsche 904
  • VW-Porsche 914/6
Replicas of the M�rklin RAK series and sold exclusively at the M�rklin Museum. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Marklin 8032 in detail...

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Matchbox
19C
Aston Martin Racer
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Matchbox 19C Aston Martin Racer

The Matchbox Aston Martin Racer. available in green finish. Matchbox 19C in detail...

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Matchbox
19D
Lotus Racing Car
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Matchbox 19D Lotus Racing Car

The Matchbox Lotus Racing Car. In the 1969 catalogue. available in green,orange finish at 1:54 scale. Matchbox 19D in detail...

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Matchbox
41A
Jaguar D Type
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Matchbox 41A Jaguar D Type

The Matchbox Jaguar D Type. This smaller version released in 1957. A larger one in 1960. Often marked with the number 41 but also 52. the small version started its life with metal wheels which were replaced with plastic. The small version measures 55mm and the large one 62mm. available in green finish at 1:70 scale. Matchbox 41A in detail...

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Matchbox
41B
Jaguar D Type
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Matchbox 41B Jaguar D Type

The Matchbox Jaguar D Type. This larger version was produced from in 1960. It measures 62mm. available in green finish at 1:70 scale. Matchbox 41B in detail...

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Matchbox
41C
Ford GT
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Matchbox 41C Ford GT

The Matchbox Ford GT. Shown in the 1969 catalogue. available in white, yellow finish at 1:61 scale. Matchbox 41C in detail...

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Matchbox
52A
Maserati 4CLT 1948
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Matchbox 52A Maserati 4CLT 1948

The Matchbox Maserati 4CLT 1948. available in red, yellow finish. Matchbox 52A in detail...

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Matchbox
52B
BRM Racer
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Matchbox 52B BRM Racer

The Matchbox BRM Racer. Shown in the 1969 catalogue. available in blue, red finish at 1:54 scale. Matchbox 52B in detail...

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Matchbox
73B
F1 Ferrari
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Matchbox 73B F1 Ferrari

The Matchbox F1 Ferrari. Shown in the Matchbox Collector's Guide 1966 International Catalog USA Edition. available in red finish. Matchbox 73B in detail...

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Matchbox Gift Set
G-4
Race'n Rally Gift Set
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Matchbox Gift Set G-4 Race'n Rally Gift Set

The Matchbox Gift Set Race'n Rally Gift Set.. Matchbox Gift Set G-4 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-5
Racing Car Transporter
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Matchbox King Size K-5 Racing Car Transporter

The Matchbox King Size Racing Car Transporter. available in green finish. Matchbox King Size K-5 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-7
Racing Car Transporter
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Matchbox King Size K-7 Racing Car Transporter

The Matchbox King Size Racing Car Transporter. With Opening gull-wing doors. Complete with racing car. available in yellow, white finish. Matchbox King Size K-7 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-23
Mercury Commuter with trailer with racing car
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Matchbox King Size K-23 Mercury Commuter with trailer with racing car

The Matchbox King Size Mercury Commuter with trailer with racing car. The racing car shown is probably not the right one. available in green finish. Matchbox King Size K-23 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-34
Thunderclap Racing Car
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Matchbox King Size K-34 Thunderclap Racing Car

The Matchbox King Size Thunderclap Racing Car. available in red finish. Matchbox King Size K-34 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-35
Lightning
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Matchbox King Size K-35 Lightning

The Matchbox King Size Lightning. available in red finish. Matchbox King Size K-35 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-44
Formula 1 Surtees TS16
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Matchbox King Size K-44 Formula 1 Surtees TS16

The Matchbox King Size Formula 1 Surtees TS16 . available in white finish. Matchbox King Size K-44 in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-102
Race Support Set
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Matchbox King Size K-102 Race Support Set

The Matchbox King Size Race Support Set. available in yellow & white finish. Matchbox King Size K-102 in detail...

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Matchbox Major Pack
M6
Racing Car Transporter
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Matchbox Major Pack M6 Racing Car Transporter

The Matchbox Major Pack Racing Car Transporter. There was a similar King-Size model. available in green finish. Matchbox Major Pack M6 in detail...

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Matchbox Major Pack
M6
Racing Car Transporter with Lotus
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Matchbox Major Pack M6 Racing Car Transporter with Lotus

The Matchbox Major Pack Racing Car Transporter with Lotus. available in green finish. Matchbox Major Pack M6 in detail...

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Matchbox Major Pack
M6
Racing Car Transporter with Lotus
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Matchbox Major Pack M6 Racing Car Transporter with Lotus

The Matchbox Major Pack Racing Car Transporter with Lotus. available in green finish. Matchbox Major Pack M6 in detail...

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Matchbox Models of YesterYear
Y-2
1930 4½ Litre Super Charged Bentley
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Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y-2 1930 4½ Litre Super Charged Bentley

The Matchbox Models of YesterYear 1930 4½ Litre Super Charged Bentley. available in Green, blue, maroon finish. Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y-2 in detail...

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Matchbox Models of YesterYear
Y5
Le Mans Bentley
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Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y5 Le Mans Bentley

The Matchbox Models of YesterYear Le Mans Bentley.
Y5-1 1929 Le Mans Bentley (first issue 1958-1961) with minor variations. The rear was not removable plastic, no dropped windscreen, no number plates, no headlights, no outside hand brake and was smaller.
Y5-2 1929 4½ Litre Bentley (second issue 1962-1968) is slightly larger than the earlier version also has several minor variations. available in green finish. Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y5 in detail...

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Matchbox Models of YesterYear
Y6
1926 Supercharged Bugatti Type 35
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Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y6 1926 Supercharged Bugatti Type 35

The Matchbox Models of YesterYear 1926 Supercharged Bugatti Type 35. available in blue finish at 1:48 scale. Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y6 in detail...

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Matchbox Models of YesterYear
Y10
1908 GP Mercedes
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Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y10 1908 GP Mercedes

The Matchbox Models of YesterYear 1908 GP Mercedes. available in cream, white finish. Matchbox Models of YesterYear Y10 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 6
F1 Racing Car
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Matchbox Superfast MB 6 F1 Racing Car

The Matchbox Superfast F1 Racing Car. available in red finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 6 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 12
? racer
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Matchbox Superfast MB 12 ? racer

The Matchbox Superfast ? racer. available in orange finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 12 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 15
Peugeot 205 Turbo 16
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Matchbox Superfast MB 15 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16

The Matchbox Superfast Peugeot 205 Turbo 16. available in white finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 15 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
19A
Lotus Racing Car
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Matchbox Superfast 19A Lotus Racing Car

The Matchbox Superfast Lotus Racing Car. This was a transitional model available as both regular and Superfast wheels versions. at 1:54 scale. Matchbox Superfast 19A in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
24B
Formula 1 Team Matchbox Racing Car
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Matchbox Superfast 24B Formula 1 Team Matchbox Racing Car

The Matchbox Superfast Formula 1 Team Matchbox Racing Car. available in met red, green finish. Matchbox Superfast 24B in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
28D
Formula 5000
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Matchbox Superfast 28D Formula 5000

The Matchbox Superfast Formula 5000. available in gold finish. Matchbox Superfast 28D in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
34A
Formula 1
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Matchbox Superfast 34A Formula 1

The Matchbox Superfast Formula 1. available in met. purple, yellow finish. Matchbox Superfast 34A in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
34C
Chevy Pro Stocker
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Matchbox Superfast 34C Chevy Pro Stocker

The Matchbox Superfast Chevy Pro Stocker. available in white finish. Matchbox Superfast 34C in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
36C
Formula 5000
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Matchbox Superfast 36C Formula 5000

The Matchbox Superfast Formula 5000. available in orange finish. Matchbox Superfast 36C in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
41A
Ford GT
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Matchbox Superfast 41A Ford GT

The Matchbox Superfast Ford GT. Shown in the 1969 catalogue. available in white, yellow, red finish at 1:61 scale. Matchbox Superfast 41A in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 41
Racing Porsche
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Matchbox Superfast MB 41 Racing Porsche

The Matchbox Superfast Racing Porsche. available in blue, white finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 41 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
45A
Ford Group 6
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Matchbox Superfast 45A Ford Group 6

The Matchbox Superfast Ford Group 6. available in met green, maroon finish. Matchbox Superfast 45A in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 46
?
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Matchbox Superfast MB 46 ?

The Matchbox Superfast ?. available in white finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 46 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB 46
Sauber Group C Racer
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Matchbox Superfast MB 46 Sauber Group C Racer

The Matchbox Superfast Sauber Group C Racer. available in red, white finish. Matchbox Superfast MB 46 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
68A
Porsche 910
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Matchbox Superfast 68A Porsche 910

The Matchbox Superfast Porsche 910. available in met red, white finish. Matchbox Superfast 68A in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
69B
Turbo Fury
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Matchbox Superfast 69B Turbo Fury

The Matchbox Superfast Turbo Fury. available in met. red finish. Matchbox Superfast 69B in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
MB74
F1 racer
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Matchbox Superfast MB74 F1 racer

The Matchbox Superfast F1 racer. available in red finish at 1:55 scale. Matchbox Superfast MB74 in detail...

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Mebetoys
6601
Ferrari Can-Am
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Mebetoys 6601 Ferrari Can-Am

The Mebetoys Ferrari Can-Am. available in met. red finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys 6601 in detail...

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Mebetoys
6623
Porsche 917
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Mebetoys 6623 Porsche 917

The Mebetoys Porsche 917. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys 6623 in detail...

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Mebetoys
6624
Abarth 3000 SP
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Mebetoys 6624 Abarth 3000 SP

The Mebetoys Abarth 3000 SP. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys 6624 in detail...

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Mebetoys
6626
McLaren Can-Am
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Mebetoys 6626 McLaren Can-Am

The Mebetoys McLaren Can-Am. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys 6626 in detail...

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Mercury
26
Lancia D24 Carrera
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Mercury 26 Lancia D24 Carrera

The Mercury Lancia D24 Carrera. This model was 9.3cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Mercury 26 in detail...

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Mercury
28
Ferrari Prototipo 330 P2
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Mercury 28 Ferrari Prototipo 330 P2

The Mercury Ferrari Prototipo 330 P2. available in yellow finish. Mercury 28 in detail...

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Mercury
30
Chaparral Prototipo
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Mercury 30 Chaparral Prototipo

The Mercury Chaparral Prototipo. available in white finish at 1:43 scale. Mercury 30 in detail...

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Mercury
34
Maserati GP
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Mercury 34 Maserati GP

The Mercury Maserati GP. This model was 11cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60.. Mercury 34 in detail...

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Mercury
35
Alfa Romeo
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Mercury 35 Alfa Romeo

The Mercury Alfa Romeo. This model was 11cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 35 in detail...

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Mercury
36
Ferrari 125
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Mercury 36 Ferrari 125

The Mercury Ferrari 125. This model was 10.8cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 36 in detail...

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Mercury
37
Cisitalia 1100
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Mercury 37 Cisitalia 1100

The Mercury Cisitalia 1100. This model was 9.8cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60.. Mercury 37 in detail...

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Mercury
38
Cisitalia GP
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Mercury 38 Cisitalia GP

The Mercury Cisitalia GP. This model was 11cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in silver finish. Mercury 38 in detail...

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Mercury
39
SVA F.1
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Mercury 39 SVA F.1

The Mercury SVA F.1. This model was 9cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in green finish. Mercury 39 in detail...

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Mercury
44
Cisitalia 1100 race car
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Mercury 44 Cisitalia 1100 race car

The Mercury Cisitalia 1100 race car. "Omaggio Bossi Piuma". Promotional homage race car given to children when they bought a pair of shoes from the Company Bossi Piuma in 1952. Very rare, issued only one year. available in red finish at 1:90 scale. Mercury 44 in detail...

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Mercury
44/1
Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix)
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Mercury 44/1 Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix)

The Mercury Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix). Show in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue as 44A. available in red finish. Mercury 44/1 in detail...

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Mercury
44/2
Alfa Romeo G.P. (Grand Prix)
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Mercury 44/2 Alfa Romeo G.P. (Grand Prix)

The Mercury Alfa Romeo G.P. (Grand Prix). Show in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue as 44B.. Mercury 44/2 in detail...

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Mercury
44/3
Ferrari G.P. (Grand Prix)
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Mercury 44/3 Ferrari G.P. (Grand Prix)

The Mercury Ferrari G.P. (Grand Prix). Show in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue as 44C.. Mercury 44/3 in detail...

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Mercury
44/4
Cisitalia
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Mercury 44/4 Cisitalia

The Mercury Cisitalia. Shown in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue as 44D. available in blue finish at 1:90 scale. Mercury 44/4 in detail...

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Mercury
44/5
Cisitalia 1400 race car
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Mercury 44/5 Cisitalia 1400 race car

The Mercury Cisitalia 1400 race car. Shown in the catalogue as 44E. Shown in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue. available in blue finish at 1:90 scale. Mercury 44/5 in detail...

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Mercury
44/6
Mercedes Benz
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Mercury 44/6 Mercedes Benz

The Mercury Mercedes Benz. Show in the catalogue as 44F. Shown in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue.. Mercury 44/6 in detail...

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Mercury
44/7
S.V.A
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Mercury 44/7 S.V.A

The Mercury S.V.A. Show in the catalogue as 44G. Shown in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue.. Mercury 44/7 in detail...

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Mercury
52
Maserati 250 F.1
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Mercury 52 Maserati 250 F.1

The Mercury Maserati 250 F.1. This model was 10cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 52 in detail...

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Mercury
53
Ferrari 555 F.1 Supersqualo
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Mercury 53 Ferrari 555 F.1 Supersqualo

The Mercury Ferrari 555 F.1 Supersqualo. This model was 9.6cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 53 in detail...

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Mercury
54
Lancia D50 F.1
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Mercury 54 Lancia D50 F.1

The Mercury Lancia D50 F.1. This model was 8.7cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 54 in detail...

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Mercury
55
Mercedes W196 F.1
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Mercury 55 Mercedes W196 F.1

The Mercury Mercedes W196 F.1. This model was 10.4cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in silver finish. Mercury 55 in detail...

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Mercury
56
Mercedes W196 F.1 carenata (streamlined)
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Mercury 56 Mercedes W196 F.1 carenata (streamlined)

The Mercury Mercedes W196 F.1 carenata (streamlined). This model was 9.6cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in silver finish. Mercury 56 in detail...

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Mercury
61
Porsche Carrera 6
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Mercury 61 Porsche Carrera 6

The Mercury Porsche Carrera 6. available in silver & red, red & silver finish at 1:43 scale. Mercury 61 in detail...

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Mercury
64
Alfa Romeo 33 Prototipo
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Mercury 64 Alfa Romeo 33 Prototipo

The Mercury Alfa Romeo 33 Prototipo. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Mercury 64 in detail...

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Mercury
65
Ferrari 330 P4
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Mercury 65 Ferrari 330 P4

The Mercury Ferrari 330 P4. available in red finish. Mercury 65 in detail...

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Mercury
68
Panther Bertone
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Mercury 68 Panther Bertone

The Mercury Panther Bertone. available in blue & white finish. Mercury 68 in detail...

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Mercury
308
Porsche 917 K
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Mercury 308 Porsche 917 K

The Mercury Porsche 917 K. available in light blue/orange base (Gulf), yellow/red (Shell), red/white (Le Mans), blue/yellow (Nurburgring), white/red (Austria), blu/green (Monza) finish. Mercury 308 in detail...

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Mercury
309
Porsche 908/3 Shell
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Mercury 309 Porsche 908/3 Shell

The Mercury Porsche 908/3 Shell. available in White finish at 1:43 scale. Mercury 309 in detail...

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Mercury
310
Chaparral 2J Can-Am
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Mercury 310 Chaparral 2J Can-Am

The Mercury Chaparral 2J Can-Am. available in white finish. Mercury 310 in detail...

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Mercury
1930
Alfa Romeo 33
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Mercury 1930 Alfa Romeo 33

The Mercury Alfa Romeo 33. Also numbered 64. available in red finish. Mercury 1930 in detail...

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Mini Dinky
28
Ferrari F1 Racing car
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Mini Dinky 28 Ferrari F1 Racing car

The Mini Dinky Ferrari F1 Racing car. This model was not put into full production though pre-production models do exist.. Mini Dinky 28 in detail...

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Mini Dinky
60
Cooper Formula 1 Racing Car
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Mini Dinky 60 Cooper Formula 1 Racing Car

The Mini Dinky Cooper Formula 1 Racing Car. Both No 60 and 61 were produced for Meccano by Best Box in Holland and are almost identical to Best Box no.2519 and 2520. The only difference is a raised rectangle for the brand name and no. on the base-plate. Best Box used an insert so that this info could be changed back and forth as needed. available in blue finish. Mini Dinky 60 in detail...

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Mini Dinky
61
Lotus Racing Car
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Mini Dinky 61 Lotus Racing Car

The Mini Dinky Lotus Racing Car. Both No 60 and 61 were produced for Meccano by Best Box in Holland and are almost identical to Best Box no.2519 and 2520. The only difference is a raised rectangle for the brand name and no. on the base-plate. Best Box used an insert so that this info could be changed back and forth as needed. available in green finish at 1:65 scale. Mini Dinky 61 in detail...

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Minichamps
0116
Sauber C19
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Minichamps 0116 Sauber C19

The Minichamps Sauber C19. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Minichamps 0116 in detail...

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Morestone
6
Cooper Bristol
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Morestone 6 Cooper Bristol

The Morestone Cooper Bristol. available in blue finish. Morestone 6 in detail...

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Nicky
239
Vanwall Racing Car
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Nicky 239 Vanwall Racing Car

The Nicky Vanwall Racing Car. Made in India by Nicky Toys in the 1960's. The original Dinky dies where used by Atamco of Calcutta. Available in various colours all with black base plate. All with blue driver and either black or white steering wheel. Fitted with spun alloy or plastic wheels. Two types of plastic wheels are known, speed "ridged" wheel and larger treaded wheel. All with racing No. 35 on chrome sticker. Two types of box (later Atamco) box and earlier plain box with stickers. available in many colours including red, met red finish at 1:45 scale. Nicky 239 in detail...

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Norev
12
Mercedes Benz Competition
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Norev 12 Mercedes Benz Competition

The Norev Mercedes Benz Competition. available in silver finish. Norev 12 in detail...

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Norev
13
Mercedes Benz Competition
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Norev 13 Mercedes Benz Competition

The Norev Mercedes Benz Competition. available in green finish. Norev 13 in detail...

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Norev
174
Ligier JS3
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Norev 174 Ligier JS3

The Norev Ligier JS3. available in green finish. Norev 174 in detail...

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Norev
191
Chevron B23
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Norev 191 Chevron B23

The Norev Chevron B23. available in blue finish. Norev 191 in detail...

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Penny
0/1
BRM V8 F1
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Penny 0/1 BRM V8 F1

The Penny BRM V8 F1. available in blue finish. Penny 0/1 in detail...

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Penny
0/4
Ferrari F1
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Penny 0/4 Ferrari F1

The Penny Ferrari F1. available in red finish at 1:66 scale. Penny 0/4 in detail...

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Penny
0/5
Brabham F1
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Penny 0/5 Brabham F1

The Penny Brabham F1. available in silver finish. Penny 0/5 in detail...

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Penny
0/6
Cooper Maserati F1
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Penny 0/6 Cooper Maserati F1

The Penny Cooper Maserati F1. available in blue finish. Penny 0/6 in detail...

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Penny
0/10
Honda V12 F1
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Penny 0/10 Honda V12 F1

The Penny Honda V12 F1. available in white finish. Penny 0/10 in detail...

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Penny
0/11
Brabham-Repco F1
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Penny 0/11 Brabham-Repco F1

The Penny Brabham-Repco F1. available in green finish at 1:66 scale. Penny 0/11 in detail...

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Penny
0/12
McLaren Ford 8V F1
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Penny 0/12 McLaren Ford 8V F1

The Penny McLaren Ford 8V F1. available in white finish. Penny 0/12 in detail...

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Penny
0/14
Eagle Weslake F1
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Penny 0/14 Eagle Weslake F1

The Penny Eagle Weslake F1. available in blue finish. Penny 0/14 in detail...

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Polistil
E22
Ferrari 512S
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Polistil E22 Ferrari 512S

The Polistil Ferrari 512S. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Polistil E22 in detail...

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Politoys
FX1
Tyrrell-Ford F1
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Politoys FX1 Tyrrell-Ford F1

The Politoys Tyrrell-Ford F1. available in blue finish at 1:25 scale. Politoys FX1 in detail...

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Politoys
11
Matra Sport
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Politoys 11 Matra Sport

The Politoys Matra Sport. available in blue finish at 1:66 scale. Politoys 11 in detail...

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Politoys
11
Alfa Romeo 33
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Politoys 11 Alfa Romeo 33

The Politoys Alfa Romeo 33. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys 11 in detail...

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Politoys
M15
Serenissima
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Politoys M15 Serenissima

The Politoys Serenissima. available in blue, silver finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M15 in detail...

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Politoys
M16
Matra Simca Sport 660
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Politoys M16 Matra Simca Sport 660

The Politoys Matra Simca Sport 660. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M16 in detail...

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Politoys
E18
Porsche 917
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Politoys E18 Porsche 917

The Politoys Porsche 917.. Politoys E18 in detail...

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Politoys
M18
Chaparral 2J
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Politoys M18 Chaparral 2J

The Politoys Chaparral 2J. available in white finish. Politoys M18 in detail...

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Politoys
M21
Chevron GT B 16
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Politoys M21 Chevron GT B 16

The Politoys Chevron GT B 16. available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M21 in detail...

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Politoys
M26
March Can-Am
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Politoys M26 March Can-Am

The Politoys March Can-Am. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M26 in detail...

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Politoys
M525
Ferrari 250 Le Mans Pininfarina
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Politoys M525 Ferrari 250 Le Mans Pininfarina

The Politoys Ferrari 250 Le Mans Pininfarina. available in met. red, met. grey finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M525 in detail...

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Politoys
534
Ford Lola GT
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Politoys 534 Ford Lola GT

The Politoys Ford Lola GT. available in white finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys 534 in detail...

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Politoys
E566
Ferrari P5
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Politoys E566 Ferrari P5

The Politoys Ferrari P5. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys E566 in detail...

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Politoys
M595
Matra 630 Sport
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Politoys M595 Matra 630 Sport

The Politoys Matra 630 Sport. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M595 in detail...

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Politoys
598
Alpine Renault 3L
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Politoys 598 Alpine Renault 3L

The Politoys Alpine Renault 3L. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys 598 in detail...

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Sabra
8104
Ford GT
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Sabra 8104 Ford GT

The Sabra Ford GT. available in white & orange, red, blue, black finish. Sabra 8104 in detail...

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Schuco
840
Ferrari Formel 2
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Schuco 840 Ferrari Formel 2

The Schuco Ferrari Formel 2. available in red finish at 1:66 scale. Schuco 840 in detail...

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Schuco
841
BMW Formel 2
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Schuco 841 BMW Formel 2

The Schuco BMW Formel 2. available in white & blue finish at 1:66 scale. Schuco 841 in detail...

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Schuco
842
Matra-Ford Formula 1
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Schuco 842 Matra-Ford Formula 1

The Schuco Matra-Ford Formula 1. available in blue finish at 1:66 scale. Schuco 842 in detail...

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Schuco
1050
Mercedes Grand Prix 1936
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Schuco 1050 Mercedes Grand Prix 1936

The Schuco Mercedes Grand Prix 1936. available in red finish at 1:24 scale. Schuco 1050 in detail...

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Schuco
306 870
JPS Lotus-Ford Formula 1
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Schuco 306 870 JPS Lotus-Ford Formula 1

The Schuco JPS Lotus-Ford Formula 1. available in black finish at 1:66 scale. Schuco 306 870 in detail...

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Septoy
?
Racing Car
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Septoy ? Racing Car

The Septoy Racing Car. Marked GASGUY and SEP TOY. available in creamsilver finish. Septoy ? in detail...

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Solido
17
Ford Gulf Mirage
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Solido 17 Ford Gulf Mirage

The Solido Ford Gulf Mirage. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 17 in detail...

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Solido
17
Ford Gulf Mirage
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Solido 17 Ford Gulf Mirage

The Solido Ford Gulf Mirage. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 17 in detail...

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Solido
38
Gulf Le Mans
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Solido 38 Gulf Le Mans

The Solido Gulf Le Mans. available in blue finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 38 in detail...

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Solido
41
Alfa Romeo 33TT12
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Solido 41 Alfa Romeo 33TT12

The Solido Alfa Romeo 33TT12. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 41 in detail...

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Solido
100
Jaguar LeMans
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Solido 100 Jaguar LeMans

The Solido Jaguar LeMans. available in black finish. Solido 100 in detail...

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Solido
104
Vanwall F1
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Solido 104 Vanwall F1

The Solido Vanwall F1. available in green finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 104 in detail...

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Solido
113
Fiat Abarth
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Solido 113 Fiat Abarth

The Solido Fiat Abarth. Re-edition 1743 available in silver finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 113 in detail...

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Solido
146
Ford GT40 LeMans
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Solido 146 Ford GT40 LeMans

The Solido Ford GT40 LeMans. available in white & blue finish. Solido 146 in detail...

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Solido
151
Porsche Carrera
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Solido 151 Porsche Carrera

The Solido Porsche Carrera. available in red finish. Solido 151 in detail...

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Solido
176
McLaren M8B Can-Am
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Solido 176 McLaren M8B Can-Am

The Solido McLaren M8B Can-Am. available in orange finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 176 in detail...

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Solido
215
Ferrari 330 P3
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Solido 215 Ferrari 330 P3

The Solido Ferrari 330 P3. available in red, met blue finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 215 in detail...

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Solido
877
Alpine A442
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Solido 877 Alpine A442

The Solido Alpine A442. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 877 in detail...

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Solido
4605
Ferrari 512M
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Solido 4605 Ferrari 512M

The Solido Ferrari 512M. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Solido 4605 in detail...

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Spot-On
107
Jaguar XKSS
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Spot-On 107 Jaguar XKSS

The Spot-On Jaguar XKSS. Also sold as part of Spot-On gift set No.4. available in met blue, green, met. green, pink finish at 1:42 scale. Spot-On 107 in detail...

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Super Champion
?
Ferrari 312T
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Super Champion ? Ferrari 312T

The Super Champion Ferrari 312T. available in red finish. Super Champion ? in detail...

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Tekno
812
Cooper Norton
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Tekno 812 Cooper Norton

The Tekno Cooper Norton.
Race no. Colour Country
1 - sliver - DK
2 - Yellow - B
3 - White - D
4 - Orange - NL
5 - Red - CH
6 - Green - GB
7 - Blue - F
available in silver, yellow, white, orange, red, green, blue finish at 1:43 scale. Tekno 812 in detail...

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Tekno
813
Ferrari 750 Monza
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Tekno 813 Ferrari 750 Monza

The Tekno Ferrari 750 Monza. These colour combinations where available:

  • Racing number 1 - Colour silver - Flag on hood Denmark
  • Racing number 2 - Colour yellow - Flag on hood Belgium
  • Racing number 3 - Colour white - Flag on hood Germany
  • Racing number 4 - Colour orange - Flag on hood The Netherlands
  • Racing number 5 - Colour red - Flag on hood Switzerland
  • Racing number 6 - Colour green (British Racing green ?) - Flag on hood United Kingdom
  • Racing number 7 - Colour mid blue - Flag on hood France
There seem to be two further versions in red and blue with the word Mexi on the bonnet. available in red, orange, white, silver, green, blue, orange finish at 1:43 scale. Tekno 813 in detail...

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Tomica
34
Mazda 787B
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Tomica 34 Mazda 787B

The Tomica Mazda 787B. available in orange finish at 1:64 scale. Tomica 34 in detail...

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Tomica
71
Shiden 77 BMW
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Tomica 71 Shiden 77 BMW

The Tomica Shiden 77 BMW. available in green finish at 1:62 scale. Tomica 71 in detail...

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Tomica
117
Formula 1 Ferrari
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Tomica 117 Formula 1 Ferrari

The Tomica Formula 1 Ferrari. available in red finish. Tomica 117 in detail...

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Tomica
186
Elf Tyrrell Project 34
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Tomica 186 Elf Tyrrell Project 34

The Tomica Elf Tyrrell Project 34. available in blue finish. Tomica 186 in detail...

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Tootsietoy
?
Lancia Ferrari D50
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Tootsietoy ? Lancia Ferrari D50

The Tootsietoy Lancia Ferrari D50. available in red finish at 1:40 scale. Tootsietoy ? in detail...

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Tootsietoy
?
1949 Racer
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Tootsietoy ? 1949 Racer

The Tootsietoy 1949 Racer. available in orange, silver, red, green finish. Tootsietoy ? in detail...

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Tootsietoy
23
Small Racer
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Tootsietoy 23 Small Racer

The Tootsietoy Small Racer. Has the number 4 on the underside and it is around 2 inches long. The wheels were cast metal, gold colour. Has the number 23. Interesting Tootsietoy has this model listed in the catalog as Tootsietoy no. 23 Small Racer. available in green, blue, orange finish. Tootsietoy 23 in detail...

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Tootsietoy
1010
Formula 1 Racing Car
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Tootsietoy 1010 Formula 1 Racing Car

The Tootsietoy Formula 1 Racing Car. The car is about 2 1/2 inches long. available in yellow, green, silver finish. Tootsietoy 1010 in detail...

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Tootsietoy
1010
Jaguar D Type
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Tootsietoy 1010 Jaguar D Type

The Tootsietoy Jaguar D Type. Overall length 2". available in pink, blue finish. Tootsietoy 1010 in detail...

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Tootsietoy
4666
Bluebird 1 Daytona Record Car
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Tootsietoy 4666 Bluebird 1 Daytona Record Car

The Tootsietoy Bluebird 1 Daytona Record Car. available in yellow, white, green, orange, red, silver, blue finish. Tootsietoy 4666 in detail...

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Triang Minic
13M
Racing Car
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Triang Minic 13M Racing Car

The Triang Minic Racing Car. available in green finish. Triang Minic 13M in detail...