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1948 Citroen 2CV (1/24) (fs) 1961 Jaguar Type E 3L8 FHC (1/24) (fs)
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1948 Citroen 2CV (1/24) (fs) 1961 Jaguar Type E 3L8 FHC (1/24) (fs)
The 2 CV was presented for the first time at the 1948 motor show, 12 years after the start of the design study. This car was launched by the director of Citroën M. Boulanger, who wanted this surprising car. He had personally drawn up the main lines of it as early as 1936, which he summed up as follows : "four wheels under an umbrella“. The Jaguar E-Type made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961. He followed his big brother XK120 with twelve years apart. After the first two prototypes, which were two-seater convertibles, Jaguar developed the E1A (A for aluminium). The car was powered by a six-cylinder engine and was available as a coupé or cabriolet, then as a 2+2 from 1966.
1950 Talbot Lago Record Converitble 60th Anniversary Limited Edition (1/24) (fs) Citroen 5CV Trefle (1/24) (fs)
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1950 Talbot Lago Record Converitble 60th Anniversary Limited Edition (1/24) (fs) Citroen 5CV Trefle (1/24) (fs)
The Talbot Lago-Record Type T26 was a large, six-cylinder executive car launched by the French Talbot company in 1946. In the context of the company's protracted financial collapse, the last T26s were probably those produced during 1953.

Steel-bodied four- and two-door sedans and coupes were offered. Numerous coach builders also offered bespoke bodies for the car, although in the economically constrained conditions of the time, relatively few were built.

There was also a shortened sports version known as the Talbot Lago-Grand Sport Type T26.
André Citroën wanted to produce a vehicle that was simply designed, low-priced and lightened, without compromising its sturdiness. After the type A, the B2 was launched, followed by a smaller model, the 5CV two-seat Torpedo, which was generally painted yellow, earning it the nickname of „little lemon“. Then came the three-seat Torpedo, nicknamed the „cloverleaf“ due to the shape of the passenger seating.
1931 Bugatti T.50 (1/24) (fs) Bentley 4.5L Blower Race Car (1/24) (fs)
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1931 Bugatti T.50 (1/24) (fs) Bentley 4.5L Blower Race Car (1/24) (fs)
The Type 50 was the first road-going Bugatti to be powered by the DOHC engine, with the honor of the very first ever going to the 1930 Type 51 Grand Prix racer. The engine was based on the Type 46 unit, but slightly decreased in size with a different bore and stroke. The design of the cylinder-head was directly inspired by the Miller engines Ettore Bugatti had acquired to study at the end of the 1920s. With 225 hp available, the Type 50 engine was the most powerful production engine Ettore ever designed. Although the Type 50 was intended solely for road use, Jean Bugatti convinced his father to prepare three examples for the 1931 24 Hours of Le Mans race. For the first time Bugatti had a car with a large enough engine to take on the Bentleys or 'British lorries' as Ettore referred to them. Painted in all-black to show Bugatti's discontent with the French government's refusal to sponsor the racing effort, the Type 50 racers were all withdrawn after a tire-failure on one of the team cars. One of those 24 Hour racers returned to Le Mans three more times, and even led the race for a while in the 1935 running. The road-going Type 50s were delivered as a running chassis ready to be bodied by the coach builder of the customer's choice. Taking in account the high price of the chassis, it came as no surprise that only the finest of coach builders were commissioned to body the Type 50s. Most chassis' received coupe bodies. One of the most famous versions was the Jean Bugatti designed Profilee body style, which became inspiration for the later Ventoux body type found on the Type 57 chassis. Production of the Type 50 lasted just three years in which 65 examples were constructed, including the three Le Mans racers. It was outsold by the Types 46 and 57 many times, which might explain why the Type 50 is one of the lesser known and written about Bugatti models. The chassis' pedigree alone should give it a more prominent position in the marque's history. Combining that with the lavish and beautiful bodies fitted, the Type 50 could be considered the finest car ever produced by Bugatti. Founded in Paris, France in 1957, Heller kits are widely regarded as some of the best fitting and most authentic kits every produced. Being a French company, Heller is well-known for their European car and truck models. Unfortunately, Heller went into bankruptcy in 2005 and Heller kits are no longer being manufactured. As a result, vintage complete Heller kits are in high demand from builders and collectors alike.



Renault Taxi Type AG (1/24) (fs) 1938 Citroen 15 CV "Traction Avant" (1/24) (fs)
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Renault Taxi Type AG (1/24) (fs) 1938 Citroen 15 CV "Traction Avant" (1/24) (fs)
In 1905, the Compagnie Française des Automobiles de Place, which took the name of G7, launched a call for tenders for a fleet of “automobile coaches” with a view to replacing the 20,000 horse-drawn vehicles circulating in Paris. RENAULT wins the market with the Type AG equipped with an 8 hp twin-cylinder engine. Presented to the „École des mines“ (college of engineers) on September 26, 1905, the vehicle was ordered from this first year in 250 copies. Deliveries begin immediately, and the G7 places a new order for 1000 „taxis“ in 1906, then 1500 in 1908. The AG-1 type offered by HELLER appeared in 1907. The „TRACTION“ was presented at the 1934 Motor Show. At that time, there were three versions: the “7”, the “11” and the “22”. It was André Lefèbvre who took over the construction of the revolutionary car which was the “TRACTION”. The “15 SIX” was a normal “11cv” with an extended bonnet, and it attained timed speeds of up to 130 km/h, with remarkable roadholding, which is why it came to be nicknamed “La Reine de la Route” (Queen of the Road).
Citroen Fourgon Type H Panel Van (1/24) (fs) Massey Ferguson TE-20 "Petit Gris" Tractor (1/24) (fs)
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Citroen Fourgon Type H Panel Van (1/24) (fs) Massey Ferguson TE-20 "Petit Gris" Tractor (1/24) (fs)
Citroen Fourgon Type H Panel Van (1/24) (fs)

This is a motor truck for loading of goods 1200 kg in a volume of 7.3 m3. It was designed by Pierre Franchiset to whom it is named, the "H" for it is the eighth such project developed by Citroën, the H is the eighth letter of the alphabet. Its design is basic and it takes many other vehicles of the brand elements: engine and gearbox of the Traction, driving, meter, wiper 2CV. He was introduced to the public in 1947 and received different engine (1600 cm3, 1900cm3, 16cv, 11HP) during his long career (34 years), in which more than 473,000 copies were produced. Depending on the load and its body, trade name changing, H (1200 kg payload) HZ (850 kg - 1000 kg), HY (1500 kg and 1600 kg, 1966), HP (plateau), HX (Refrigerated shelf) or HW (bodybuilder tray). The last copy left the assembly line in December 1981 (S.No. 473289).
The Standard Motor Company in Coventry (Great Britain) manufactured Ferguson tractors from 1946 (TE = Tractor England). In France they were assembled by Standard Hotchkiss in Saint Denis (models TE-20) from 1952. 1956 was converted to a completely French construction (models FF30) until production was discontinued in 1958. The TE-20 is equipped with a „three-point hitch“, which was invented by Harry Ferguson and can be found in every modern tractor today. Always colored gray, it became a great commercial success that was available in 3 widths: standard, narrow and winemaker.
Massey Ferguson 2680 Tractor (1/24) (fs) 1934 Mercedes 500 K Special Roadster (1/24) (fs)
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Massey Ferguson 2680 Tractor (1/24) (fs) 1934 Mercedes 500 K Special Roadster (1/24) (fs)
The growing trend towards winter cereals has made autumn a peak period. Seedings should be prepared more quickly. Operating conditions are difficult. Hence the need for more and more powerful tractors, more and more reliable, simplified everyday use, and equipped with essential comfort for long working days. It is to meet this need that Massey Ferguson designed and developed in the late seventies, in France, in the varied and often difficult farming conditions, the tractors of the 2000 series.
The improvements in hydraulics and the choice of the four-wheel-drive system have seen the development of advanced and increasingly robust machines, power wheels, PTO, lifting, allowing to use all modern instruments and machines.
The MF 2680 Turbo with 125 hp DIN 4WD is a versatile tool whose overall design reduces and simplifies parts maintenance or replacement. Finally, the cabin integrated steering wheel adjustable in height and inclination is equipped with heating and air conditioning. All controls are arranged to be easy to use.
The „500 K“ appeared at the Berlin Fair in 1934. The „K“ no longer referred to the short model, but to the model equipped with a compressor. With this car, Hans Nibel had produced a masterpiece of beauty which was also an extremely up to date car. The line of the „500 K“ was designed to symbolise the rebirth of the Kriegsmarine.
Citroen C4 Splendid Hotel (1/24) (fs) BMW 328 Endurance Race Car (1/24) (fs)
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Citroen C4 Splendid Hotel (1/24) (fs) BMW 328 Endurance Race Car (1/24) (fs)
Designed using a new technique at the time and inspired by American manufacturing processes, the C4 was an exceptionally sturdy vehicle. Heller‘s model depicts the type of vehicles commonly used in the 20s and 30s by high-end establishment to carry their wealthy clients between the train station and the hotel. The commercial ideal of BMW at its outset was the manufacture and sale of popular vehicles. However, the arrival of the six-cylinder engine together with the requirements of the Chancellery (1936) led BMW to reconsider its commercial policy and to orient its production. This led to the birth of the BMW 328, of which the prototype was presented in June 1936. That same year, the 328 was placed first in its category at the A.D.A.C.-EIFELRENNEN on the NURBURGRING track. This was only the first of a series of over two hundred victories, including that at the 1939 24 Hours at Le Mans. The BMW 328 was built until the outset of the Second World War, in 1940, by which time 462 cars had been produced.
   
 
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