13th January 2014

TrueScale Miniatures Release Models Two By Two!

posted in Diecast, Other Cars, Formula 1 |

Today we received a cracking new delivery from TrueScale Miniatures. It seems the brand has to release its models in pairs.

Probably the highlight of the delivery was the first ever 1:18 replica of the McLaren P1. This particular metallic orange version was displayed at the car’s launch at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. You can choose to have the model in Race Mode with its rear wing up (TSM131803), or with its rear wing down (TSM131802).

They sent us a 1:18 replica of Jackie Stewart’s 1973 Belgian Grand Prix winning Tyrrell 006 (TSM131810), which arrived with the 1:18 Tyrrell 006 that Francois Cevert drove to second in the 1973 German Grand Prix (TSM131809).

We also took delivery of the 1:43 Brabham BT46B fan cars of Niki Lauda (TSM134303) and John Watson (TSM124303) from the Swedish Grand Prix, as well as a 1:43 Brabham BT46 two car set that commemorates Watson and Lauda’s 1-2 finish in the 1978 Italian Grand Prix (TSM124305).

Finally, TrueScale at last released the 1:18 McLaren M8D driven by Lothar Motschenbacher at the Riverside Can-Am race in 1971 (TSM121803), and the M8D that Vic Elford race at Laguna Seca (TSM131808) that same year.

Click here to see the rest of TrueScale’s new releases.

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