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Magnify Beutler Special Cabriolet In Grey (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc05019)
Beutler Special Cabriolet In Grey (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc05019)

Beutler Special Cabriolet In Grey (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc05019)


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Brand: Autocult
Description: Autocult 1:43 Beutler Special Resin Model Car ATC05019 This Beutler Special Cabriolet is grey. It is made by Autocult and is 1:43 scale (approx. 9cm / 3.5in long). Comes in a display case.
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Delivery cost: 2.75
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Product ID: ATC05019
 
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Magnify Daf Pony Van With Trailer Resin Model
Daf Pony Van With Trailer Resin Model

Daf Pony Van With Trailer Resin Model


Category: Vehicles
Brand: Autocult
Description: Autocult 1:43 DAF Pony Van with Trailer Resin Model ATC 08010 Excellent model featuring removeable trailer load.
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Delivery cost: 2.75
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Product ID: ATC08010
 
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Magnify Bianco S Coupe (1977) Resin Model Car
Bianco S Coupe (1977) Resin Model Car

Bianco S Coupe (1977) Resin Model Car


Category: Vehicles
Brand: Autocult
Description: Autocult 1:43 Bianco S Coupe 1977 Resin Model Car ATC 05031 Why should it not be possible to set a sportive two-seater, which based on proven Brazilian Volkswagen technology, on its wheels to target also the sportive drivers? This was the question that concerned the Brazilian designer Ottorino Bianco in the mid of the 1970s. The 43-years-old native Italian had several years of expericence in the field of sportscars. In 1974 Ottorino Bianco founded the company Toni Bianco Coompeticoes with the aim to compete in motorsport races. Shortly afterwards the wish arose to produce a small, road legal sportscar in series. Due to a lack of alternatives Bianco went for a Volkswagen Boxer-engine as a drive unit for his car. Back then the strongest available Volkswagen Boxer-engine came from the VW Fusca. It had a displacement of 1.6 liter, a maximal performance of 65 hp and together with the series-chassis it built the base of the sportive two-seater. As usual for sports cars, Bianco's guidline was to position the engine in the rear of the car. To give his car the nessasary extravagance he focussed on the design of the car body. The harmonious and compact design delights even today and also fascinated the visitors of the X. Sao Paulo Motorshow, where the car was initially presented to the public at the booth of Toni Bianco Competicoes, in the year 1976. This positive response was enough for Ottorino Bianco to set up a small series production of the car. It is believed that up to 20 vehicles per month left the small production facility in Sao Paulo in the early days. It is not known why this figure could not be upheld later on. In the end the final production figure was most probably not more than a high double-digit number. Limited edition of 333 pieces worldwide. Comes in a display case.
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Delivery cost: 2.75
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Product ID: ATC05031
 
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Magnify Bmw 1600 Ti Paul Bracq Coupe (1969) In Blue (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc06034)
Bmw 1600 Ti Paul Bracq Coupe (1969) In Blue (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc06034)

Bmw 1600 Ti Paul Bracq Coupe (1969) In Blue (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc06034)


Category: Vehicles
Brand: Autocult
Description: Autocult 1:43 BMW 1600 Resin Model Car ATC06034 In the second half of the 1960s BMW planned to enter the lucrative US-market. It was the era in which two-seated, British roadster delighted the hearts of the sportive US-drivers and also Mercedes- Benz prepared to enter the US-market with its two-seated SL. Apparently the management of BMW assessed its own capabilities in making such a car in-house as not good enough so that they contacted the French designer Paul Bracq. The fact that the French was no longer under contract to Mercedes- Benz, but got his salary from the French body maker Brissonneau & Lotz since 1967, played into BMW's hands. The first approach to the 34 year old French was made in the very same year. He received the order to design a coupe with a V-8 engine for the US-market. Even the potential production of the car body was not planned to take place in-house, which was quite unusual for BMW in view of their common production procedure. The potential production of the car body was held out in prospect to the French specialists Brissonneau & Lotz. The design of Paul Bracq was primarily defined by a long-drawn and masculine front end, which additionally centrally converged into a gently formed wedge. The project got the designation 1600 Ti Concept, which indicates that its engine based on the series 02. But this type designation would have implied that the car was planned to be fitted with just a four-cylinder engine. By far not strong enough to satisfy the expectations in performance of the US-buyers. This was probably also the reason why the US-market offensive has stalled. As far as is known there has never been a running prototype. In fact the built mockup served only as a visual example, although it was fitted with a license plate of Munich.
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Delivery cost: 2.75
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Product ID: ATC06034
 
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Magnify Austin Healey Sprite Sebring (1960) In Silver (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc02011)
Austin Healey Sprite Sebring (1960) In Silver (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc02011)

Austin Healey Sprite Sebring (1960) In Silver (1:43 Scale By Autocult Atc02011)


Category: Vehicles
Brand: Autocult
Description: Autocult 1:43 Austin Healey Sprite Resin Model Car ATC02011 The sports car Austin Healey Sebring Sprite in its original design was built only six times respectively 8 times according to other sources. These cars were built for racing only. Driving force behind the racecar was Briton Donald Healey with his business the Donald Healey Motor Company. In the late 1950s he recognized that the Austin MK I and the Austin MK II could provide a good basis for a real sports car. Donald Healey removed the body and modified the chassis. He replaced the front drum brakes by disc brakes from Girling. The completely reshaped body was made out of aluminum and fiberglass. Also the engine got a boost in power. After homologation by the FIA, race drivers like Ian Walker, Andrew Hedges, Cyril Simson, Chris Williams and even the BMC- Team were interested in the racecar with its modified chassis and new body. Afterwards Stirling Moss; one of the most successful British race drivers; was the most prominent driver at the steering wheel. He sat in the cockpit during the 4-hour race in Sebring. Beside the few racecars were a large number of replicas, so that soon fast- and notchback vehicles, which were refitted to disk brakes, were known under the generic term Sebring Sprite.
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
Delivery cost: 2.75
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Product ID: ATC02011
 
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