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Plastic Model Kits
Static model kits of full-size cars to assemble. Ideal for decoration around the track or to convert into slot cars.
At the beginning of the 1950s Harley Earl, head of design at General Motors intended to develop a new sports car that could stand up to the then popular European sports cars.
An attractively designed coupé, specially developed for the younger driver was presented to the public at the 1964 World Exhibition in New York.
The Audi R8, called after the Le Mans racing car, is the first Audi super sports car.
Bentley Motors Ltd had participated in the 24-hour race at Le Mans since first race held in 1923. This brought added popularity to the Bentley brand name.
The BMW i8 is the embodiment of a future orientated sports car incorporating the latest in revolutionary technology.
The racing version of the BMW M1 was launched in 1978.
The Z1 was created in 1986 as a concept car and was not originally intended for production.
The 2CV was first presented to the public in 1948. With this puristic, economical small car that was easy to maintain and simple to operate, Citroën offered a robust mass-produced people's car that had suitably good suspension for use on the sparsely built up road network.
Model construction kit of the legendary Citroen 2CV, available from 1987 onwards in the special Speeding Duck livery.
This set contains model construction kits of the exceptional BMW i8 and the stylish BMW 507 both of which set standards in design.
Calling a sports car after a bull with the incisive name of Devil is a clear indication to the buyer of what to expect. In 1990 Lamborghini presented the Diablo, at that time the fastest production car in the world.
A model construction kit of this agile McLaren super sports car with a top speed of 328 km/h (204 mph).
A model construction kit of this groundbreaking and very elegant sports car from Mercedes-Benz. It was developed entirely by AMG.
The first car developed by AMG entirely in-house is reminiscent of the legendary Mercedes-Benz gullwing model from the mid 1950s.
Even the proportions of this technical marvel are reminiscent of a racing car. Two well packed up electric motors are hidden behind the driver, the V8 engine with its 608 bhp is in the rear.
Porsche always knows how to go one better. In the development centre in Weissach near Stuttgart, Porsche technicians have put the 918 Spyder super sports car - which can achieve up to 345 km/h (215 mph) on a slimming diet.
An easy to build model construction kit of this successful Group 4 GT racing car which was developed on the basis of the 911 Turbo.
An easy-to-build model construction kit of this successful Group 4 GT Class racing car which was raced from 1976 onwards.
Model construction kit of the 993, often seen as the best and most sophisticated version of the 911.
Carrol Shelby was renowned throughout the world for the conversion and design of sports cars.
In 1964 at the international exhibition in New York an attractively designed coupé specially developed for the younger driver was shown to the public.
The Trabant 601 with its typical trapezoidal shape was the third and most prolific model of the Trabant series.
For many years the Volkswagen Beetle was the car in which everything began. Innumerable young people learned to drive in it.
A model construction kit of the famous VW Beetle in the configuration used by the German Police.
Introduced in May 1974 the Golf stood in stark contrast to its predecessor, the VW Beetle.
Available from 1976 onwards, the outrageously fast GTI revolutionised the motoring world.
The VW Type 1 developed by Ferdinand Porsche, also known as the Beetle, was first mass produced at the end of 1945.
The origin of all present vans and transporters derives from the platform truck used in the late 1940s for internal transport in the Volkswagen works at Wolfsburg, which inspired the Dutch importer Ben Pons with the idea of a transport vehicle.
The original of all present-day vans and transporters dates back to the platform truck used in the late 1940s for internal transport at the Volkswagen works at Wolfsburg.