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Mercedes-Maybach U. L. 1:18

- 34 %

PRO.R 18

Mercedes-Maybach U. L. 1:18

450018400
€119.00

€179.00

“Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury – Exclusive motoring at the highest level” This is the slogan used by Mercedes-Benz to describe the crossover based on an exclusive high-end saloon and a SUV, which was presented at “Auto China 2018”. The show car combines the comfort and typical strengths of both body styles. The Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury is conceived as an electric vehicle with four compact permanent-magnet synchronous electric motors and a fully variable all-wheel drive. The concept car has a maximum output of 550 kW / 750 hp, which provides a top of speed of 250 km/h. The rechargeable battery in the underbody has a capacity of 80 kWh and delivers a range of up to 500 kilometres.

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Porsche 356 Gmünd beige 1:18

- 34 %

PRO.R 18

Porsche 356 Gmünd beige 1:18

450029600
€119.00

€179.00

After the first Porsche sports car, the so-called Porsche No. 1, was individually licensed for road traffic as early as the 8th of June 1948, in March 1949, Porsche presented its first production sports car at the Geneva Salon de l‘Auto, the legendary Porsche 356. Using classical tuning techniques, such as modified cylinder heads and twin carburettors, on the 4-cylinder boxer engine taken over from the VW Beetle, the engine power of the first Porsche 356 could be increased to a respectable 40 hp. Between 1949 and 1950, a total of 44 coupé and 8 convertible versions of the so-called „Gmünd Porsche 356“ were entirely hand-built. In 1950, Porsche moved back to its main factory in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in which, by the end of production of the type 365 in April 1965, slightly over 76,000 of this sports car icon were produced.

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Opel Kadett B Rallye coupé 1:18

PRO.R 18

Opel Kadett B Rallye coupé 1:18

450023300

€179.00

Opel had already presented the first "Kadett" to the public in 1936. It was not until 1962 that the second Kadett series from Rüsselsheim, the Kadett A. This was in turn replaced by the Kadett B in 1965. Like its predecessors the B-Kadett was also equipped with a longitudinally mounted front engine and rear-wheel drive. Until it was replaced in 1973 more than 2.7 million B-Kadetts were delivered to a satisfied and very loyal clientele. With its air vents indicated on the the so-called "gill coupe" is probably the most sought-after variant of the entire series. Especially well preserved examples of the Rallye Kadett Coupe's are today desired with Opel friends, but also extremely rare and only very hard to find.

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Opel Kadett Rally Coupe 1:18

PRO.R 18

Opel Kadett Rally Coupe 1:18

450053300

€179.00

"Opel presented the first „Kadett“ to the public as early as 1936. It was not until 1962 that the second Kadett series from Rüsselsheim appeared, the Kadett A. This in turn was replaced by the Kadett B as early as 1965. Like its predecessors, the B-Kadett was equipped with a longitudinally mounted front engine and rear-wheel drive. Until it was replaced in 1973, a total of more than 2.7 million B-Kadetts were delivered to a satisfied and very loyal clientele. With its air vents indicated on the C-pillar, the so-called „gill coupe“ is probably the most sought-after variant of the entire series today. Particularly well preserved examples of the Rallye Kadett Coupe are coveted by Opel enthusiasts today, but are also extremely rare and very hard to find."

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Porsche 356 Gmünd red 1:18

PRO.R 18

Porsche 356 Gmünd red 1:18

450025800

€179.00

After the first Porsche sports car, the so-called Porsche No. 1, was individually licensed for road traffic as early as the 8th of June 1948, in March 1949, Porsche presented its first production sports car at the Geneva Salon de l‘Auto, the legendary Porsche 356. Using classical tuning techniques, such as modified cylinder heads and twin carburettors, on the 4-cylinder boxer engine taken over from the VW Beetle, the engine power of the first Porsche 356 could be increased to a respectable 40 hp. Between 1949 and 1950, a total of 44 coupé and 8 convertible versions of the so-called „Gmünd Porsche 356“ were entirely hand-built. In 1950, Porsche moved back to its main factory in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in which, by the end of production of the type 365 in April 1965, slightly over 76,000 of this sports car icon were produced.

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Porsche 911 RÖHRL x911 1:18

PRO.R 18

Porsche 911 RÖHRL x911 1:18

450024900

€179.00

For many motor sport fans worldwide, he is the best car driver of all time - Walter Röhrl. The twice world rally champion and four times winner of the Monte Carlo Rally, has for decades had a particular weakness for the legendary sports car from Zuffenhausen, the Porsche 911. It was through collaboration with restoration firm Diez Classic that a rally car based on a 1974 Porsche 911 G model was built to meet the former Group 4 regulations. The powerful rally car with over 300 PS on tap from an air-cooled 4-litre 6-cylinder boxer engine bears 911 signatures added personally by Walter Röhrl and, as a strictly limited edition from Schuco, will certainly soon be a gem in any Porsche model collection. Schuco is going to produce in a limited edition of 911 pieces a miniature model of this legendary Porsche 911 „Röhrl x 911“ to a scale of 1:18 in the PRO R line with Walter Röhrl figure.

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Triumph TR5 black 1:18

PRO.R 18

Triumph TR5 black 1:18

450024700

€179.00

Even today, many fans of British automotive culture still regard it as a symbol of the gritty, honest English roadster - the Triumph TR5. It was presented in the summer of 1967 as the successor to the Triumph TR4A. Designed by the Italian design studio Michelotti, the classic roadster differed externally from its predecessor only by additional chrome trim on the sides and a few other minor details. Under its long hood, however, the TR5 now featured a long-stroke inline six-cylinder engine with 2.5 liters of displacement and a Lucas fuel injection. From July 1967 to September 1968, only 2947 examples of this 143-hp old-school roadster were produced in Coventry, making it an automotive rarity and sought-after collector‘s item today.

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Triumph TR5 red 1:18

PRO.R 18

Triumph TR5 red 1:18

450024600

€179.00

The Triumph TR5 was the successor model to the TR4A, and appeared in the summer of 1967. This roadster, which was designed by Michelotti, only differed from its predecessors externally by additional chrome trim on the sides and several other small details. However, beneath the long bonnet of the TR5 there was now a long-stroke inline 6-cylinder engine with a capacity of 2.5 litres and output of 143 BHP. From July 1967 to September 1968, just 2,947 examples of this classic old-school British roadster were manufactured. The vehicle is now rare with the optional and particularly visually appealing “Surrey Top”.

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VW Beetle beige 1:18

PRO.R 18

VW Beetle beige 1:18

450047600

€179.00

Developed for a government contract in the 1930s by the Stuttgart design office Porsche, the VW Beetle became the world’s best-selling car over the course of its 65-year production history, overtaking the previous record holder, the Ford T model known as “Tin Lizzy”. The most outstanding features of the “Beetle” were its revolutionary streamlined shape, an air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer engine, a cutting-edge platform chassis and a newly developed torsion bar suspension. Continuous improvements were made to the series over the years. Evidence shows that no less than 78,000 technical changes were made to the VW Beetle from 1948 to 1974.

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