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Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet, white, 1:18

Unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show in September 1963 as the Porsche 901, this car was the long awaited successor of the Porsche 356, the German brand’s first series production sports car. However, French carmaker Peugeot claimed a patent on all three-digit car names with a zero in the middle and objected to the designation "901". This led to a swift change of number and the fabled "911" was born. Now available in various body styles, including a coupé, targa or cabriolet, the "911" meets almost every demand. Furthermore, various levels of engine power are available and can be combined with rear-wheel and four-wheel drive powertrains. These combinations provide a range of vehicles, from normal road to racing car variants, which meet the challenges of everyday life. The Porsche 911 is also still highly successful in various racing series due to a number of exclusive racing variants. This further underlines its global reputation as the greatest sports car of all time. The Schuco model range boasts various series of the Porsche 911 in varying scales. From Piccolo model to high-end 1:18 models with several hundred parts, from the original variant to the latest 991 series; this vehicle also lives up to its legendary status in the Schuco model range that offers a wide choice of variants. The model of the Porsche 911 (991) Carrera GTS cabrio from SCHUCO in 1:18 scale looks just like its big brother. It is characterised by its realistic attention to detail, fully functional steering and opening and closing doors. Moreover, the bonnet and boot can be opened to reveal the highly-detailed replica engine.

 

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Coupé , red, 1:18

Unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show in September 1963 as the Porsche 901, this car was the long awaited successor of the Porsche 356, the German brand’s first series production sports car. However, French carmaker Peugeot claimed a patent on all three-digit car names with a zero in the middle and objected to the designation "901". This led to a swift change of number and the fabled "911" was born. Now available in various body styles, including a coupé, targa or cabriolet, the "911" meets almost every demand. Furthermore, various levels of engine power are available and can be combined with rear-wheel and four-wheel drive powertrains. These combinations provide a range of vehicles, from normal road to racing car variants, which meet the challenges of everyday life. The Porsche 911 is also still highly successful in various racing series due to a number of exclusive racing variants. This further underlines its global reputation as the greatest sports car of all time. The Schuco model range boasts various series of the Porsche 911 in varying scales. From Piccolo model to high-end 1:18 models with several hundred parts, from the original variant to the latest 991 series; this vehicle also lives up to its legendary status in the Schuco model range that offers a wide choice of variants. The model of the Porsche 911 (991) Carrera GTS coupé from SCHUCO in 1:18 scale looks just like its big brother. It is characterised by its realistic attention to detail, fully functional steering and opening and closing doors. Moreover, the bonnet and boot can be opened to reveal the highly-detailed replica engine.

 

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

VW Käfer "Porsche Service" Beutler Pick Up with Carrera-Motor, 1:43

On 30 July 2003, a small party took place in Puebla, Mexico, when the ultima edición, a true classic, the 21.529.464, a Harvest Moon Beige model of the very last Beetle left the Mexican Volkswagen factory thus terminating the production history of the Beetle after almost 60 years. Emanating from Germany, the Beetle had contributed to the motorization of over 150 countries. Apart from the standard version, there were also many more variants on the market. A special commercial vehicle variant was the VW Beetle Beutler Flatbed Truck.

The Swiss bodywork manufacturer Carosserie + Spritzwerk Beutler AG, established in 1943 by the Beutler brothers, specialized on vehicle conversions. Used as the basis, the VW Beetle was manually converted from 1951 onwards into convertibles, small delivery and flatbed trucks. Thanks to its payload of 250 kg, the flatbed truck was an outstanding means of transport in post-war Germany due to the favourable purchase price. Schuco is copying the VW Beetle Beutler Flatbed Truck, laden with a Porsche 356 Carrera engine, as a miniature model in a scale of 1:43 so as to enable every fan to purchase this classic for their own display cabinet.

The 1:43 size series from Schuco offers a wide-ranging selection of high-grade and very detailed models of die-cast zinc and resin. The model range in this sector extends from old timers to the very latest vehicles, consisting of legendary and renowned racing cars. The wide choice and vehicle parts reproduced down to the
smallest detail in the highest quality, such as filigree exterior mirrors, aerials, windscreen wipers or door handles, makes this series into a permanent fixture in the most popular scale for collectors.

 

Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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