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This Porsche 356 PRE A was a competition model, engaged in 1953 on the famous "Carrera Panamericana" race. This race in Mexico had the reputation of being the most dangerous in the world. The car was driven by British driver Jacqueline Evans, of Mexican origin. This unique copy was then decorated in the colors of Eva Peron, first lady of Argentina and a committed advocate of women's rights who had died the year before. This Porsche because of its history is today considered as an emblem of the women's rights movement and Argentinian history. Solido presents the die-cast Porsche 356 A Eva Peron in 1:18 scale. The model comes with many lovingly crafted details, such as opening and a functioning steering system.

Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts. Choking hazard!
  • Material: Zinc Diecast
  • Model brand: Porsche
  • Scale: 1:18
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