2nd February 2015

Mattel’s 1:18 1976 Lauda Ferrari In Stock Now!

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Of course, we were at Nuremberg last week (we’ll tell you about all the exciting news, samples and announcements over the next few weeks), so we’ve got a few days’ worth of catching up to do.

The main releases have come courtesy of Mattel and Brumm. Mattel released what is officially its last ever 1:18 F1 replica: Niki Lauda’s 1976 Monaco Grand Prix winning Ferrari 312 T2 (HWBLY40). Mattel has certainly ended its tenure as Ferrari’s F1 licensee on a high!

We also received a new consignment from Italian company Brumm, which was headed by the excellent 1:43 Jo Siffert and Pedro Rodriguez Porsche 917K Two Car Set from the 1970 Spa 1000km (BR060).

Other interesting 1:43 models included Roy Salvadori’s 1954 Goodwood International winning Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar C-Type (BR546), the Ferrari 250 GTO that Graham Hill drove to victory in the 1963 Tourist Trophy at Goodwood (BR537), and the Ferrari 250 GTO that Pierre Noblet and Jean Guichet drove to second place in the 1962 Le Mans 24 Hours (BR534).

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