Striking lavender-pink paint and a bubble top make this model of a Ford concept car which never ran irresistible. 1969 Alfa Romeo garage door remote won't program By Tron Price ? 45 kit ? 70 Material Resin & metal handbuilt Depicting a rare 33 that only competed sporadically, this handbuilt is finished as Vaccarella’s 1969 Hockenheim entry. 1965 Chevrolet Mako Shark II By Neo Price ? 50 Material Resincast Another concept car, but one that heavily influenced the C3-generation Corvette. It was rebuilt in 1969 as the Manta Ray.
c1965 Jaguar E-type hearse By Shuco Price ? 95 Material Resincast The weird conversion made forthe cult movie Harold and Maude is a strange choice of subject, but nicely done. The Brumos racing team scored an outright win at Sebring with this car in ’73; Spark’s replica is particularly fine. 1966 Porsche 90 By Minichamps Price ? 95 Material Diecast. A garage door remote won't program appealing and well-detailed little diecast of the 906 with which Mairesse and Muller won the 1966 Targa Florio. Classic Models.
Airfix ‘Blower’ Bentley 1:12 scale plastic garage door remote won't program In his history of Airfix, enthusiast Arthur Ward tells the story of how, in the spring of 1956, a member of the company’s staff spotted a 1930 Bentley 41/2 Litre ahead of him and, instantly convinced this should be the subject of a model, chased after it, almost forcing the driver off the road. Once the owner had calmed down, he was persuaded to allow Airfix designers to measure up the car for a 1:32 scale plastic kit. The anecdote illustrates both the painstaking attention to detail that went into the production of these kits and the passion the Airfix team had for theirjob. In this instance their efforts were certainly rewarded, as the kit remained in production, on and off, until well into the 21 st Century.