20th November 2014

New Announcements From Top Marques and Trofeu

It was all about new announcements today, with both Top Marques and Trofeu confirming new subjects.

There are several new 1:18 Maseratis in the pipeline from Top Marques, including the 2014 Maserati GranTurismo MC Centennial Edition coupé in red (TOP12R), but we are most excited about the brand’s first motorsport inspired 1:18 models: the Alfa Romeo 75 Turbo Evoluzione IMSA that Riccardo Patrese, Miki Biasion and Tiziano Siviero drove to victory in the 1988 Giro D’Italia (TOP04R), and the Lancia Beta Monte Carlo that raced in the 1981 Le Mans 24 Hours in the hands of Beppe Gabbiani and Emanuele Pirro (TOP21C).

In the smaller scale, Trofeu revealed that it will be producing seven new replicas. Both of the highlights are Castrol liveried cars; there’s Didier Auriol’s 1995 Tour de Corse winning Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205 (TR707), and the Ford Escort Mk.II that Barry Williams drove in the 1978 Algarve Rally (TR1815).

Click here to see the rest of Trofeu’s new announcements.

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