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Citroën 2CV Cabriolet Sarhy (Franstyle) 1:43

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Citroën 2CV Sarhy blue (Franstyle) 1:43

The 2CV made its career in sedan and panel van (with some pickup derivatives). But other bodies were also available, offered by many coachbuilders or artisans. Gazelle and Hoffmann, among others, made convertibles in small series (based on existing models). But this Sarhy, built in the 1980s on a shortened chassis, remained a prototype.

64,90

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Citroën 2CV Cabriolet Sarhy (Franstyle) 1:43

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Citroën 2CV Sarhy red (Franstyle) 1:43

The 2CV made its career in sedan and panel van (with some pickup derivatives). But other bodies were also available, offered by many coachbuilders or artisans. Gazelle and Hoffmann, among others, made convertibles in small series (based on existing models). But this Sarhy, built in the 1980s on a shortened chassis, remained a prototype.

64,90

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Nissan Juke 2015 (First:43) 1:43

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Nissan Juke 2015 (First:43) 1:43

Like the Qashqai three years earlier, the Juke, launched at the end of 2010, was a bet for Nissan. But its quirky design was a success. A bestseller in Europe, the Juke was also very popular in Japan and the United States, which was not the case with the Qashqai. Here we have the first generation, after the slight facelift of mid-2014.

26,90

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Land Rover Lightweight United Nations (Oxford) 1:43

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Land Rover Lightweight United Nations (Oxford) 1:43

Manufactured from 1948, the Land Rover was immediately used by the British army because it was compact, robust and had huge off-road capacities. The body of this lightweight "Air-Portable" version is redesigned, particularly the fenders, the bonnet and the wheel arches. This model wears the colours of the United Nations,

11,90

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Land Rover Series 2 RAF Police (Oxford) 1:43

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Land Rover Series 2 RAF Police (Oxford) 1:43

The English model car brand Oxford is a specialist of the replicas of the Land Rover, released in 1948 and renamed Defender in 1990. Here we have a Land Rover Series II, sold between 1958 and 1971, with headlights placed on the top of the grille and not on the fenders, as they were from 1967. This short chassis (88 inches) is a model that belongs to the Royal Air Force Police (RAF).

11,90

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Porsche 356A convertible (Schuco) 1:43

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Porsche 356A convertible (Schuco) 1:43

This small Porsche debuted in 1948, but its design started to appear more muscled in 1955. The 356 became 356A (coupe and convertible). This sports car received new bumpers, as well as small grilles, which surrounded the front turn signals. The 356B took over in 1959. It is reproduced here with two golf bags on the rear seats.

44,90

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Porsche 356 SC (Schuco) 1:43

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Porsche 356 SC red (Schuco) 1:43

The 356, whose career began in 1948, changed significantly in 1959 when renamed 356B. The front part is redesigned with a more massive bumper and new fenders which already provided clues about the 911. It was updated again in mid-1963 to become the 356C and offered a more powerful version, this SC (reproduced here in resin), where the original 75 hp 1.6-litre is increased to 95 hp.

65,91

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Porsche 356 SC (Schuco) 1:43

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Porsche 356 SC grey (Schuco) 1:43

The 356, whose career began in 1948, changed significantly in 1959 when renamed 356B. The front part is redesigned with a more massive bumper and new fenders which already provided clues about the 911. It was updated again in mid-1963 to become the 356C and offered a more powerful version, this SC (reproduced here in resin), where the original 75 hp 1.6-litre is increased to 95 hp.

65,91

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Pontiac provident Ambulance Superior 1937 (Brooklin) 1:43

Pontiac Ambulance 1937 Superior (Brooklin) 1:43

Owned by General Motors, Pontiac existed from 1926 to 2009. In 1937, this brand, which offered popular and sporty models, achieved its best year since its origins. The new range with "Silver Streak" style, characterized by the long chrome strips on the bonnet, probably had something to do with this success. This version is transformed into an ambulance by Superior.

119,90

BMW X4 (Herpa) 1:43

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BMW X4 red (Herpa) 1:43

The X4 and the X6, respectively based on the X3 and the X5, offer a similar package. The design of this sporty variant is closer to a high two-box sedan than a station wagon. The X4 was introduced in March 2014 and launched in the following autumn. On this model car, the bonnet and the hatchback can open.

16,90

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Humber Pullman Limousine (Oxford) 1:43

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Humber Pullman Limousine green (Oxford) 1:43

This English car manufacturer, which disappeared in 1976, first used the name Pullman in 1930. But the limousine Humber, equipped with a large six-cylinder engine, looked that way in 1948 only. Based on another Humber, the Super Snipe, the Pullman Limousine was produced until 1954. 4,140 units were assembled.

21,90

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Nash Metropolitan (Vitesse) 1:43

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Nash Metropolitan yellow (Vitesse) 1:43

In the early 1950s, the US auto industry was about to fall into excesses in terms of size, chromes and engines. But Nash, known for the original design of its cars, launched this unusual Metropolitan. This 2-door released in 1954 (here, a 1959 model year) received a two-tone paintwork from 1955. In North America, 95,000 units were sold until 1962.

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Renault Twingo 1993 (Solido) 1:18

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Renault Twingo 1993 red (Solido) 1:18

With its one-box silhouette and sliding rear seat, the first-gen Twingo was the star of the 1992 Paris Motor Show. Its career started the following spring with a single body, a single engine and a single trim level. The design was so well-thought that this Twingo remained available for 14 years without any major update. This colour is called Coral Red.

31,90

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Talbot Samba (Odéon) 1:43

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Talbot Samba (Odéon) 1:43

When released in late 1981, the Samba looked like a restyled and stretched Peugeot 104 Coupé. The range includes, alongside the Cabriolet, three trim levels: the LS, the 50 hp 1.1-litre GL and the 72 hp 1.4-litre GLS. Although this diecast model does not mention this detail, here we have a GLS that receives, like the GL, side protection bands, but also specific 5-hole rims instead of 8.

24,90

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Bedford CA Coop (Oxford) 1:43

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Bedford CA Coop (Oxford) 1:43

Contrary to what its name suggests, Bedford, created in 1930 and defunct in the late 1980s, is not a Ford brand but belongs to General Motors. The small utility vehicle (hardly 4 m/155 in-long) that we have here was released in 1952 and produced until 1969, when replaced by the CF whose career was more international.

10,90

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BMW 2002 Cabriolet Baur (Schuco) 1:43

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BMW 2002 Cabrio Baur yellow (Schuco) 1:43

The BMW O2 Series offers a convertible version from 1968. Its career is rather short: from 1971, this variant is replaced by a targa with a roll bar, also made by Baur. The only convertible version of the first-generation 3 Series, from 1975, will be this Cabrio.

79,90

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BMW 2002 Cabriolet Baur (Schuco) 1:43

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BMW 2002 Cabrio Baur orange (Schuco) 1:43

The compact BMW “New Class”, which preceded the first-generation 3 Series, was released in 1966 and this 2002 with a 2-litre engine in 1968. At that time, BMW did not offer any "home-made" convertible; only the German coachbuilder Baur did. The convertible variant of the “02” was launched in 1967, but this version with a roll bar was unveiled at the Amsterdam Auto Show in 1971.

79,90

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Ford Ranger Tour de France 2017 "L'Est Éclair" (Alarme) 1:43

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Ford Ranger Tour de France 2017 (Alarme) 1:43

The Ranger pickup is an institution in Ford’s range and is available in many countries around the world. The French model car manufacturer Alarme reproduces here the 2016 4-door restyled version, based on the 2011 Ranger jointly made with Mazda. This Ford was part of the publicity fleet of the 2017 Tour de France. This diecast model is limited to 250 pieces.

52,90

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Peugeot 202 (Odéon) 1:43

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Peugeot 202 beige (Odéon) 1:43

In October 1935, Peugeot introduced the 402, whose streamlined profile was called Fuseau Sochaux, or "Sochaux spindle". The inclined grille, behind which the headlights are housed, gives a new identity to the brand. Peugeot used this style on the most compact 302 a year later and finally on this 202, in early 1938. This model was the only Peugeot whose production was resumed after WWII.

24,90

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Berliet GLA 5S Dubos 1951 (Perfex) 1:43

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Berliet GLA 5S Dubos 1951 (Perfex) 1:43

Based on pre-war models, the Berliet GLA was produced from 1949 to 1960. The 1951 coach we have here is designed by Dubos brothers, a French coachbuilder located in the area of Lourdes in the department of Hautes-Pyrenees. This company was in operation until the early 1950s and worked with Philippe Charbonneaux. This Perfex model is limited to 200 pieces.

99,90

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