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1967 Porsche 911 R in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
1967 Porsche 911 R in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          1967 Porsche 911 R in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam Porsche 911R (1967) Monza The 1967 911R marks the beginning of Porsches 40 years of ongoing success in GT racing history. Developed by Ferdinand Pi ch himself, the 911R used a lightened 911S steel body, fitted with a fibreglass bonnet, doors and bumpers. Additional to that, Pi ch and his team decided to replace the heavy glass windows with light... [ read more ]
 
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1973 Porsche 911 RSR Brumos Daytona Winner in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
1973 Porsche 911 RSR Brumos Daytona Winner in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          This fine 1:18 scale model of the 1973 Porsche 911 RSR has been handcrafted and finished in our workshops using detailed colour and material specifications, and original CAD data supplied directly from the drawing office of Porsche. Furthermore, it has undergone detailed scrutiny by both engineering and design teams to ensure complete accuracy of representation. Every Amalgam 1:18 scale model ... [ read more ]
 
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1973 Porsche 911 RSR Signature Edition Daytona Winner in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
1973 Porsche 911 RSR Signature Edition Daytona Winner in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          Hurley Haywood Signed Edition Limited to 200 models - Porsche 911RSR (1973) 2.8 Brumos Daytona Each one of this Limited Edition of 200 models has been individually signed by Hurley Haywood. Hurley sat behind the wheel of the BRUMOS 911 RSR #59 in 1973 to take the first of his five 24h of Daytona wins. The original car was shipped back to Germany to undergo tests but was later ... [ read more ]
 
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Porsche 356A in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
Porsche 356A in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          Years ahead in engineering, miles ahead on the road was the slogan used by US Porsche distributor, Hoffman in his advertising campaign for Road & Track magazine (1955) and this captures the essence of the Porsche 356. First produced in Austria from 1948-49 and then in Germany from 1950-55, the 356 was Porsches first production car. In an era when many other automotive manufacturers were employing ... [ read more ]
 
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Porsche 550 Spyder in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
Porsche 550 Spyder in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          PORSCHE 550 SPYDER 1:18 SCALE The 550 Spyder was Porsches first full-scale endeavor into sports car racing, and one of its most successful ever. In an era where nearly every aspect of cars was getting larger, the 550 Spyder, remarkably light, at less than 1500 pounds, was the direct opposite. Prototypes were developed starting in 1950 by Walter Gl ckler, a motorcycle racer and Volkswagen... [ read more ]
 
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Porsche 911 RSR in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
Porsche 911 RSR in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          The 2016 911 RSR is Porsches latest instalment in the competitive GT endurance race car market. The 911RSR, with which Porsche won all three championship titles in the GTLM classes in 2015, received a number of upgrades including a new factory finish for the 2016 season. The 2016 911 RSR is Porsches latest instalment... [ read more ]
 
$1,195.00

PORSCHE 917K 1971 LE MANS WINNER MARTINI LIVERY in 1:18 scale by Amalgam  
PORSCHE 917K 1971 LE MANS WINNER MARTINI LIVERY in 1:18 scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          This is the PORSCHE 917K 1971 LE MANS WINNER MARTINI LIVERY in 1:18 scale by Amalgam. Arguably one of the most iconic race cars in the history of motorsport, the Porsche 917K s conception stemmed from an unexpected change to Commission Sportive Internationale, then the independent competition arm of the FIA, sanctioning rules. After the 1967 race season, it was announced that all future protot... [ read more ]
 
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Porsche 917k Daytona Winner #2 in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam  
Porsche 917k Daytona Winner #2 in 1:18 Scale by Amalgam - Amalgam
          The Porsche 917, one of the most iconic race cars in the history of motorsport, began as an afterthought. The car that would go on to be immortalized by setting racing records all over the world, not mention in movie classics like Steve McQueens Le Mans, stemmed from an unexpected change to sanctioning rules. After the 1967 race season, the Commission Sportive Internationale, then th... [ read more ]
 
$1,195.00