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May 27, 2018
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You can have one of the fastest and most highly-detailed 1/32 scale Slot.it 962 Porsches at a very special price. No dealers. One to a customer.

 

Slot.It SICA25D Porsche 962 IMSA #10 WYNN’S 24 Hr Daytona 1987 (C)

Slot.It SICA25D Porsche 962 IMSA #10 WYNN’S 24 Hr Daytona 1987

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We just received four much-requested cars from Scalexric, including the latest bright yellow Trans-Am Javelin and a pair of E-Type Jaguars that were trying to beat the Ferrari GTOs . You can order yours now.

 

Scalextric C3921 AMX Javelin Trans Am – Roy Woods 1971

AMC AMX Javelin – Roy Woods Racing 1971 For 1971 the Roy Woods Racing Team entered two AMC Javelins into the Trans Am racing series. The cars were painted in a bright yellow with contrasting black scheme, and whilst they couldn’t quite match the pace of the other competitors, they scored a number of good results and certainly looked the part.

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Scalextric C3898A Legends Jaguar E-type 1963 International Trophy TwinPack Limited Edition

Legends Jaguar E-type 1963 International Trophy Twin Pack Scalextric is celebrating this special time in motor sport with a Legends Jaguar E-type 1963 International Trophy Twin Pack – Limited Edition (C3898A) due in 2018. Using the already popular new Jaguar E-Type tooling, we’re looking back to the 1963 Sussex Trophy that pitted a great British car against the might of the prancing horse from Italy.

Goodwood Revival Commemorative Two-Car Set Back in the autumn of 1998, motor racing returned to Goodwood for the first time in over 30 years. What was once an integral part of the British racing scene, Goodwood enjoyed the best motor racing had to offer from 1948 to 1966. Boasting attendance from some of the top drivers of day, the circuit saw some epic battles and cars now considered classic all over the world. With greats such as Juan Manuel Fangio, Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn and Jim Clark taking part, to name but a few, Goodwood will be forever associated with this special time in motor racing.

Goodwood Revival recreates and celebrates this fact today for a weekend every year, stepping back in time to enjoy the romance and glamour of this special period in motor racing. With everyone in attendance dressing for the period, and a ban on modern cars within the circuit on race days, Goodwood Revival is unlike anything else in the racing calendar.

$110.49

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Scalextric C3910 Ford Sierra RS500 ANZ Sierra Bathurst 1988

The 1988 Bathurst 1000 was a memorable race for many reasons. Not least was the outstanding performance of Klaus Niedzwiedz to put the ANZ Sierra on top in the Toohey’s Dozen run off, ahead of the favourite and eventual racer winner Tony Longhurst. Sadly, the number 9 Sierra failed to finish the race, but the pace of the shootout lap, with the Sierra spitting flames across the top of the mountain as it danced down past skyline lives on.

Number: 9

Race: James Hardie 1000, Bathurst

Team: Allan Moffat Enterprises

Drivers: Allan Moffat, Gregg Hansford, Klaus Niedzwiedz

Year: 1988

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Make this an early Christmas for you (or for your very best friend) with one of these 2018 sets that just arrived from Carrera.

 

Carrera 25230 Ferrari Trophy Set

80.7 x 70-inch (205 x 177cm) area, 20.6-footlap length

Every Carrera driver is looking forward to superlative racing battles and an extra shot of adrenaline with the ‘Ferrari Trophy’ set. The Italian carmakers have again honoured the reputation of the company with two 550 hp cars, one in the classic Ferrari red and the other in black. The Ferrari 488 GT3 Scuderia Corsa and the Ferrari 488 GT3 of the Black Bull Racing Team are powered by biturbo-charged V8 engines and demand complete concentration from their drivers. These are mega-power racing machines. Out on the 6.3-metre/20.66ft. Carrera racing circuit drivers soon realise how much practice goes into a drift. After all, it takes courage and finely-tuned skills to control these powerful and aerodynamic beasts on such a bendy racetrack.

$199.00

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Carrera 62435 Cars 3 – Pole Position

Carrera 62435 Cars 3 – Pole Position 11.81-foot lap length 4.66 x2.30-foot area

$100.00

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The black Nissan R390 GT1 from Slot.it is available now.

 

Slot It SICA05F Nissan R390 GT1, No. 21 Le Mans Test Day 1991

The Nissan R390 GT1 was a racing car built to compete in the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1997 and 1998. The car was developed by Nismo (Nissan Motor Sport) and TWR (Tom Walkinshaw Racing).
Powered by a 3.5 litr, biturbo, load-carrying engine rated at 600 hp, the chassis was a carbon fiber derivation of the TWR designed Jaguar XJR15. In the 1995, three cars with #21, #22 and #23 (23is NiSan in Japanese) were entered by Nissan Motor Sport with undeniably serious ambitions.
The R390 driven by Martin Brundle was the fastest of the whole lot in prequalifying and it was very fast in qualifying too. The race however turned into an a together different story and the only surviving car at the end of the 24 hrs came in 12th overall.

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The long-tail McLaren F1 GTR in the bright yellow and black checkerboard paint from Donington 1997 is here.

 

Slot It SICA10L McLaren F1GTR – #27 – FIA GT Donington 1997

Slot.it SICA10L McLaren F1GTR – #27 – FIA GT Donington 1997

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The Sideways by Racer Lancia Stratos is here now in the popular “Alitalia” rally colors.

 

Sideways SW59 Sideways SW59 Lancia Stratos Group 5 Alitalia Giro Italia 1977

Sideways SW59 Sideways SW59 Lancia Stratos Group 5 Alitalia Giro Italia 1977

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We were able obtain a few of the Thunder Slot ‘Miller” Lola T70 coupes but we must limit them one per customer.

 

Thunderslot LEMI101S/W Lola T70 MKII Miller 2017 Thunder Slot Championship car

Thunderslot Lola T70 MKII Miller 2017 Thunder Slot Championship car

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These 2018 Carrera cars are here now! Carrera usually only makes one production run, so order yours while our stock lasts.

Two new BMW M1 Procars are in 1/24 scale from Carrera.

 

Carrera 23854 BMW M1 Procar No.201, Nürburgring 1000km 1980

The legendary 1000km race was held at the Nürburgring in 1980 and the BMW M1 Procar with the number 201 was also part of the action. The drivers, Hans Stuck and Nelson Piquet, pushed the car to its limits. On top of its amazing speed, what makes this car so special is the livery. It shows the whole Nürburgring circuit, once described by former British Formula 1 drivers Sir John Young and Jackie Stewart as “Green Hell” – a name it has kept to this day. The Nordschleife circuit is considered to be one of the toughest tracks in the world, demanding the perfect interplay of wo/man and machine. The BMW M1 Procar “No.201″, Nürburgring 1000km, 1980 is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and can also be used with analogue systems (Carrera Exclusiv). Enjoy authentic motor racing emotions at home!

$75.00

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Carrera 23855 BMW M1 Procar Kreistelefonbuch, No.81, 1979

This cult car is a true legend and has now been given a new paint job! Manfred Winkelhock drove over the line in 3rd position at the 1979 Grand Prix of the Netherlands in Zandvoort, demonstrating the immense power of the BMW M1 Procar. This legendary car has been given a new lick of paint that is sure to go down in the history books. The bright yellow livery was derived from the ‘Kreistelefonbuch’, the team’s sponsor at the time. A genuine racetrack eye-catcher! The BMW M1 Procar “Team Winkelhock, No.81″, 1979 is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and can also be used with analogue systems (Carrera Exclusiv). Enjoy authentic motor racing emotions at home!

$75.00

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Carrera usually ships their Digital 132 cars sooner than the analog versions. The digital cars have working lights and will run on any brand of analog. The analog cars do not have lights.

 

Carrera 27567 BMW M1 Procar BASF No.80 1980

In 1980, one year after the spectacular launch of the Procar series, GS Tuning landed a lucrative sponsorship deal with the chemical giant BASF, who gave the BMW M1 an ultra-stylish look with white spirals on a red background. Back then the German racing legend Hans-Joachim Stuck was always in contention in the BMW M1 BASF. The extraordinary livery would still take first place today!

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$36.00

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Carrera 27568 Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo Sachs Sporting, No.52

The Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo turned out to be an all-round success. Particularly in the 70s and 80s it was seen on racetracks all over the world. The racing Capri with the number 52 competed for the “Sachs Sporting” team at the Norisring in 1979. Harald Ertl, the driver, performed outstandingly and was right up at the front of the field.

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Carrera 27571 BMW M4 DTM M. Martin, No.36

The new version of the BMW M4 DTM has everything a racing car needs on the way to victory. The innovative technology has boosted performance in comparison with the predecessor model. The simple design of the technical masterpiece in blue and white, the BMW M4 DTM driven by Maxime Martin, ensures attention isn’t distracted from the essentials. Martin drove this car to a top 10 position overall in the 2017 DTM season.

$36.00

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Carrera 27581 Chevrolet Dekon Monza No.1

Because international motor racing in the 1970s was dominated by German drivers and manufacturers, Chevrolet decided to produce a racing car that would boost the influence of the Americans over the world of motor sport once again. The new racing car was based on the serial production version of the Chevrolet Monza and was produced by DeKon Engineering. ‘Stars and Stripes’ decals were omnipresent due to the USA’s bicentennial celebrations in 1976 – so could US racing drivers afford to make an exception!?

$36.99

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Carrera 30867 Carrera Tow Service D132 (C)

Stylish racing cars’ are nothing new to Carrera, but now here’s a ‘stylish tow truck!’ For the Carrera circuit you’d expect something better than an off-the-shelf tow truck. It has to be something very special! But what exactly is the Carrera Wrecker? A commercial purpose vehicle out on a Carrera circuit? Or is it just there to decorate the hobby room in the cellar? Or something else? Whatever the purpose, this extraverted tow truck is a sight to behold and is sure to thrill fans everywhere! The Carrera DIGITAL 132 Carrera Wrecker slotcar impresses with front lights and faithfully reproduced details. This Carrera car can be individually coded; it’s digitally controllable and guarantees hours of racing fun.

$54.99

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Carrera 30829 BMW M1 Procar BASF No. 80, 1980 D132

In 1980, one year after the spectacular launch of the Procar series, GS Tuning landed a lucrative sponsorship deal with the chemical giant BASF, who gave the BMW M1 an ultra-stylish look with white spirals on a red background. Back then the German racing legend Hans-Joachim Stuck was always in contention in the BMW M1 BASF. The extraordinary livery would still take first place today! The BMW M1 Procar “BASF No.80″ 1980 is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30830 BMW M1 Procar Sauber Racing, No.90, Norisring 1980 D132

The Procar Series race in Nuremberg in 1980 involved 50 laps around a 2.3km circuit. Marc Surer in the BMW M1 Procar was one of the heroes of the fourth race at the Norisring. He was sensationally successful with the best time in training and third place in the race. The look of the BMW also got people talking. The light blue already makes the car an eye-catcher, and the clever zip motif that covers the racer in bright yellow shows how innovative BMW were prepared to be with this car. The BMW M1 Procar “Sauber Racing, No.90″, Norisring 1980 is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30831 Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo Sachs Sporting, No. 52 D132

The Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo turned out to be an all-round success. Particularly in the 70s and 80s it was seen on racetracks all over the world. The racing Capri with the number 52 competed for the “Sachs Sporting” team at the Norisring in 1979. Harald Ertl, the driver, performed outstandingly and was right up at the front of the field. The Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo “Sachs Sporting, No.52″ is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30832 Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo Jürgen Hamelmann-Team, No. 4 D132

In the 70s the Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo was technically innovative, and the Capri of the Jürgen Hamelmann team was also progressively stylish. The symmetrical pattern of yellow, green and black checks made it the centre of racetrack attention. The German racing driver Jürgen Hamelmann celebrated his greatest DRM triumph at the wheel of the Ford Capri Turbo. When the lubricant manufacture “Pentosin” began sponsoring the highly attractive racing car of the Jürgen Hamelmann team the logo was incorporated into the car’s livery. The Ford Capri Zakspeed Turbo “Jürgen Hamelmann-Team, No.4″ is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30835 BMW M4 DTM M. Martin, No.36 D132

The new version of the BMW M4 DTM has everything a racing car needs on the way to victory. The innovative technology has boosted performance in comparison with the predecessor model. The simple design of the technical masterpiece in blue and white, the BMW M4 DTM driven by Maxime Martin, ensures attention isn’t distracted from the essentials. Martin drove this car to a top 10 position overall in the 2017 DTM season. The BMW M4 DTM “M. Martin, No.36″ is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30850 Chevrolet Dekon Monza No.1 D132

Because international motor racing in the 1970s was dominated by German drivers and manufacturers, Chevrolet decided to produce a racing car that would boost the influence of the Americans over the world of motor sport once again. The new racing car was based on the serial production version of the Chevrolet Monza and was produced by DeKon Engineering. ‘Stars and Stripes’ decals were omnipresent due to the USA’s bicentennial celebrations in 1976 – so could US racing drivers afford to make an exception!? The Chevrolet Dekon Monza is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30854 Lamborghini Huracán Police Car D132

We chase the bad guys in style! The cops in this Lamborghini Huracán certainly do. Lamborghini donated a specimen at the “Tour de Force” in Florida, enabling a police unit to take possession of this sports car for regular patrols. The 610 hp under the hood guarantee that no get-away car ever outruns the Lamborghini. Onlookers are mightily impressed as criminals are effortlessly chased around the streets of the big city. This is a frontrunner that ensures the cops are respected by all challengers! The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 Miami Police is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

$54.00

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Carrera 30855 Porsche 935/78 Moby Dick DRM Norisring 1981 D132

The Porsche 935/78 was first manufactured in 1978. Alongside the various technical adaptations, this car was distinguished by its considerable dimensions. It’s no surprise the Porsche was given the nickname “Moby Dick” by the works mechanics, after the white sperm whale in the novel by Herman Melville. This version of the Porsche 935/78 in the unmistakeable paintjob of the Italian manufacturers of steering wheels and rims, “Momo”, proved just what extraordinary feats it was capable of at the Norisring race in 1981. The 80s livery achieved cult status and, although it was adapted over the years, the yellow writing on a red background was a permanent feature. The Porsche 935/78 “Moby Dick” DRM Norisring 1981 is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

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Carrera 30856 BMW M4 DTM A. Farfus, No.15 D132

The first version of the BMW M4 DTM that succeeded the BMW M3 DTM in 2014 enjoyed a seamless continuation of its predecessor’s successes. The current BMW M4 DTM, launched in 2017, has also managed to live up to this reputation and hit the heights of those before it. The Brazilian driver Augusto Farfus drives the BMW M4 DTM for the BMW Team RMG. The BMW M4 DTM “A. Farfus, No.16″ is equipped with headlights, rear and brake lights, and turns heads with its faithful reproduction of original details. The Carrera car can be individually coded, it’s digitally controllable and guarantees genuine racing thrills!

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Pre-order

New Cars Coming Soon

All of the cars and sets that Scalextric expects to ship in the second half of 2018 are available for pre-order now! They have been listed on our Scalextric 2018 link since January, but a few have been changed and a couple added to that early list. These are the five newest additions, including that 1986 Chevy Monte Carlo “NASCAR” pair. See them all here:

 

Scalextric C3938 Volkswagen Panel Van T1B ’Jagermeister’ Green —PRE-ORDER NOW!

Scalextric C3938 Volkswagen Panel Van T1B ’Jagermeister’ Green
The VW Campervan is an instantly recognisable vehicle, and one that continues to be incredibly popular. The Scalextric Campervan has been no exception, proving to be a hit with slot racers and collectors since its introduction.

The Volkswagen Type 2, as it’s known officially, was first produced back in the 1950s and since then has gone through numerous generations, each offering slight variations on the initial design. What hasn’t changed though, is the Campervan’s widespread appeal.

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Scalextric C3946 Ferrari 412P Brands Hatch 1967—PRE-ORDER NOW!

Scalextric C3946 Ferrari 412P Bonds Hatch 1967 7th, drivers Richard Attwood and David Piper
The Ferrari 412P was a “customer version” of the 330 P3 race car, which was built for independent teams. One of these teams was Maranello Concessionaires, who purchased the 412P designated 0854.
Racing in the iconic colours of this famous race team, Richard Attwood and David Piper finished the 6 Hours of Brands Hatch in 7th place, valiantly driving the car throughout the 500km distance. Ultimately, though, they were unable to match the pace of the winning Chaparral.

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Scalextric C3947 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1986 – Green—PRE-ORDER NOW!

Scalextric C3947 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1986 – Green

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was first produced in 1970 as a two-door coupe. It has since been through six generations, last rolling off the production line in 2007. The 1986 Chevvy Monte Carlo was the fourth generation of the popular car, which had a number of variations from previous iterations. The 1986 car was also used privately in several racing events, including the incredibly popular NASCAR series in the US.

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Scalextric C3949 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1986 No.93 – Red—PRE-ORDER NOW!

The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was first produced in 1970 as a two-door coupe. It has since been through six generations, last rolling off the production line in 2007. The 1986 Chevvy Monte Carlo was the fourth generation of the popular car, which had a number of variations from previous iterations.

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Scalextric C3969 McLaren F1 GTR – Gulf Edition—PRE-ORDER NOW!

1995 Le Mans 24hr, drivers Mark Blundell, Ray Bellm and Maurizio Sandro Sala

Having returned to endurance racing at Le Mans 1994, Gulf Executive Martin Allerton made the popular decision to take the blue and orange of Gulf Racing into GT racing for the 1995 season.

Until then, Gulf had been racing with the Kremer Porsche, that is, until Allerton met with ‘gentleman driver’ Ray Bellm who had recently persuaded McLaren to build a racing variant of the F1 Sports car. So impressed was Allerton that he signed the deal even before McLaren designer Gordon Murray had completed the designs for the new car.

With fellow ‘gentleman driver’ Thomas Bscher purchasing the first off the production line, Bellm snapped up the second and won the BPR Global GT title with Gulf Racing in 1996.

Seen here in a distinctive and collectible Gulf Racing box.

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Five new hand-made cast-resin racecars are on way from MMK including the first replicas of the Jaguar XKSS. There will only be a few so pre-order yours now.

 

MMK77 Lotus 40 #1 Jim Clark, Riverside 1965—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK77 Lotus 40 #1 Jim Clark, Riverside 1965

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$199.99

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MMK78/1 Jaguar XKSS Green, driver Steve McQueen—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK78/1 Jaguar XKSS Green, driver Steve McQueen

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$199.99

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MMK78/2 Jaguar XKSS #777—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK78/2 Jaguar XKSS #777

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$199.99

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MMK78/3 Jaguar XKSS Green, #17—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK78/3 Jaguar XKSS Green, #17

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$209.99

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MMK79 Ferrari 375MM #4 Le Mans 1954 winner—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK79 Ferrari 375MM #4 Le Mans 1954 winner

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$199.99

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MMK79/1 Ferrari 375 MM #5 Le Mans 1954—PRE-ORDER NOW!

MMK79/1 Ferrari 375 MM #5 Le Mans 1954

Cast-resin body with cast and etched detail parts, hand-assembled, painted and decaled. Ready to race. Made in France.

$199.99

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