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Pap.Ed.VW T1 bus #5 1:64

1:64 Edition

Pap.Ed.VW T1 bus #5 1:64

452030900

€11.99

In the "Paperbox Edition 1:64" collector's series, the first ten 1:64 scale models are now appearing packaged in colorful collector's packaging in the style of the wonderful, colorful toy packaging of the 1960s and 1970s.  So not only do the high-quality and finely detailed metal models from the likes of a Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, a classic Mini Cooper, a BMW 2002 or a VW Beetle make a great addition to any collector's showcase, but the poppy, colorful boxes of the individual Schuco 1:64 models will also add plenty of color to any model car collection. The 10 different models of this edition are each also limited to 2000 copies.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T1 Camper open roof 1:64

1:64 Edition

VW T1 Camper open roof 1:64

452026600

€11.99

The Volkswagen T1 Transporter, better known as VW Bulli, was already one of the first models of the new Schuco Edition 1:64 as VW Bus a few years ago. After the VW Bus and the panel van, the VW T1 Camper now also appears in two versions. With open and closed camping folding roof.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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MB L319 car transp. grey 1:87

1:87 Edition

MB L319 car transp. grey 1:87

452661700

€19.99

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T1 Bus, red beige, 1:64

1:64 Edition

VW T1 Bus, red beige, 1:64

452017100

€11.99

Since a huge leap in demand for economic and versatile means of transport arose right at an early stage of the German economical miracle, production of the VW type 2 transporter began at Volkswagen in 1950. This all-rounder lovingly called a „VW Bulli“ by its numerous fans rapidly became an outstanding workhorse of the economic upswing in Germany during the 1950s. Schuco is going to produce a miniature model of this VW T1 to a scale of 1:64. Edition 1:64 models come with a metal body and chassis. In addition to the prototypical wheel rims, the Schuco 1:64 models stand out due to the many lovingly detailed components.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T1 Camper w.caravan 1:64

1:64 Edition

VW T1 Camper w.caravan 1:64

452026700

€17.99

The Volkswagen T1 Transporter, better known as VW Bulli, was already one of the first models of the new Schuco Edition 1:64 as VW Bus a few years ago. After the VW Bus and the panel van, the VW T1 Camper now also appears in two versions. With open and closed camping folding roof.

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VW T3 FEUERWEHR 1:64

1:64 Edition

VW T3 FEUERWEHR 1:64

452027900

€11.99

Volkswagen’s efforts to develop a successor to the extremely successful VW T2 Transporter series began in 1975, culminating in the launch of the VW T3 series in May 1979. Originally, the T3 specifications included a front engine with a front-wheel drive. However, due to the tight financial circumstances of the VW Group, the development of an all-new engine generation was abandoned and the T3 was equipped with an air-cooled rear engine like both of its predecessors.

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VW T4a CALIFORNIA red 1:43

1:43 Edition

VW T4a CALIFORNIA red 1:43

450275700

€44.99

With the launch of the Volkswagen T4 Transporter series in August 1990, the era of rear-wheel drive and rearengined VW Transporters finally came to an end. While in the predecessor T1, T2 and T3 series the engine was housed in the rear of the vehicle, the completely redesigned VW T4 now featured a transverse front engine that drove the front wheels. In particular, this had the considerable advantage that the VW Transporter, like most of its competitors, now also had a lower-lying, continuous load area. This continuous load area was an extremely important sales argument and was quickly reflected in the sales success of the T4. In addition to the purely commercial version of the Transporter which was mainly used by business customers and public agencies, the Multivan and Camping versions were particularly popular with private individuals. Thanks to a very practical and well thought-out interior, these vehicles offered a considerable degree of comfort on long journeys, were ideal for recreational trips and, thanks to the redesigned chassis and compact exterior dimensions, provided car-like ride comfort.

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VW T1 Continental Motors 1:64

PRO.R 64

VW T1 Continental Motors 1:64

452001000

€79.99

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Barkas B1000 XMAS 2021 1:43

1:43 Edition

Barkas B1000 XMAS 2021 1:43

450367400

€64.99

"This year, for the first time, the Barkas B1000 pick-up truck is being used as a Schuco Christmas model in 1:43 scale. But what is hiding under the really huge Christmas present on the loading platform? You will be surprised! Limited to 750 pieces worldwide, the Barkas, like its predecessor models in the 1:43 edition, will certainly sell out very quickly!"

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MHI 3er set DB, grey 1:87

MHI models

MHI 3er set DB, grey 1:87

452646200

€49.99

They were all-rounders in the general cargo traffic of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. The L322, better known as the Mercedes-Benz short-hood vehicle, the Unimog 406 and the Hanomag Kurier. These three vehicles now appear in the Schuco 1:87 edition 1:87 as an MHI limited edition in an attractive set of 3.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Racing transp. John Edgar Ent 1:43

1:43 Edition

Racing transp. John Edgar Ent 1:43

450913400

€149.00

The John Edgar Racing Team was a well-known name and also one of the driving forces on the American race tracks of the 1950s. With sports cars of the brands MG, Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo and also some Porsches the team achieved numerous successes with famous drivers like Phil Hill, Caroll Shelby, Pete Lovely or also Joakim Bonnier. The aluminum-colored trailer with its typical GMC tractor will certainly be a welcome addition to any 1/43 scale race transporter collection.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T1 C.Motors beige/silv.1:64

PRO.R 64

VW T1 C.Motors beige/silv.1:64

452001400

€79.99

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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VW T3a box van MÄRKLIN 1:43

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VW T3a box van MÄRKLIN 1:43

450363200

€44.99

Volkswagen’s efforts to develop a successor to the extremely successful VW T2 Transporter series began in 1975, culminating in the launch of the VW T3 series in May 1979. Originally, the T3 specifications included a front engine with a front-wheel drive. However, due to the tight financial circumstances of the VW Group, the development of an all-new engine generation was abandoned and the T3 was equipped with an air-cooled rear engine like both of its predecessors.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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race transporter GULF 1:64

1:64 Edition

race transporter GULF 1:64

452030100

available from November

In the early days of motor sport, racing cars were still transported under their own steam to races in Le Mans and Monza or to the Targa Florio or the Mille Miglia. However, the increasing professionalism of motor sport in the 1950s and the growing amount of equipment which was needed led the racing teams of the day to start using transport vehicles. In the mid-60s, Porsche came up with the idea for two transport vehicles that were specially designed to meet the requirements of motor sport and able to transport the additionally required engines, gearboxes and chassis parts. The technical basis for the new Porsche racing transporter was the Mercedes-Benz O317 underfloor-engine bus, produced between 1957 and 1972. Its self-supporting design meant it was ideal for the complex conversion by the Stuttgart-based company Robert Schenk.

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race transporter MARTINI 1:64

1:64 Edition

race transporter MARTINI 1:64

452027400

available from October

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race transporter PORSCHE 1:64

1:64 Edition

race transporter PORSCHE 1:64

452026100

available from November

In the early days of motor sport, racing cars were still transported under their own steam to races in Le Mans and Monza or to the Targa Florio or the Mille Miglia. However, the increasing professionalism of motor sport in the 1950s and the growing amount of equipment which was needed led the racing teams of the day to start using transport vehicles. In the mid-60s, Porsche came up with the idea for two transport vehicles that were specially designed to meet the requirements of motor sport and able to transport the additionally required engines, gearboxes and chassis parts. The technical basis for the new Porsche racing transporter was the Mercedes-Benz O317 underfloor-engine bus, produced between 1957 and 1972. Its self-supporting design meant it was ideal for the complex conversion by the Stuttgart-based company Robert Schenk.

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