Formula 1 - Tecnomodel
Ferrari 312/68 - Jacky Ickx (1968), 1:43 Tecnomodel
Ferrari 375 - Alberto Ascari (1952), Indy 500, 1:43 Tecnomodel
Ferrari 553 - Mike Hawthorn (1954), 1:43 Tecnomodel
Lotus 21 - J. Clark (1961), French GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel
Lotus 21 - I. Ireland (1961), Winner US GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel
Vanwall VW5 - T. Brooks (1958), Winner Italian GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel
Brabham BT33 - J. Brabham (1970), Monaco GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel
Lotus 77 - M. Andretti (1976), Brazilian GP, 1:18 Tecnomodel
What should you know about Spark?
Spark is a French company, founded by Hugo Rippert, a passionate collector and modeler. Spark's story began in 2000, when Hugo started to focus on the production of car models from the Le Mans 24h series, that other manufacturers were absent to produce and launch on market. Like most car model manufacturers, Spark produces its models in China and newly also in Madagascar.
What do we know about the GP Replicas brand?
The model manufacturer GP Replicas falls under the parent company Top Marques Collectibles, which is mostly known for models in the section of rally and road cars. Models are produced in Asia, mainly in China, similar to several well-known brands.
What should you know about Exoto?
The company Exoto is a manufacturer in premium automobile segment. Their models are characterized by above-standard elaboration of details, quality surface treatment and models issued originally with tobacco advertising. Collectors consider the Exoto models to be one of the best in the category of premium models.
What should you know about Minichamps?
Minichamps is one of the best-known brands on the market of ready-made collectors models. Company was established in Germany in 1990, and made its name with its first 1:43 scale models. Today releases models in various scales and covers a wide range from F1 monoposts, through road cars to MotoGP.
Which scale to choose?
In the world of collector's models, we can find various scales from 1: 500 in the aircraft category to a 1:2 scale or even 1:1 in the case of helmets or steering wheels. The most common scales are 1:43, 1:18, 1:24, 1:32, 1:64, 1:12 depending on the type of model or manufacturer.