New Diecast 1:18 Scale Models from Exoto

     

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Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the  Williams-Renault FW14B Pre-Season test car in carbon fiber finish

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EX97114

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Williams and Renault worked long and hard to find a World Championship winning combination. With Nigel Mansell behind the wheel, 1992 would prove a dream season in which he eclipsed several records!

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The Williams-Renault FW14B was the best F1 weapon to date. The Renault RS4 V-10 engine produced something like 760bhp at over 14,000rpm! The mere 1,113 lb. chassis utilized the most advanced active suspension system ever deployed on a race car, and power was delivered through a semi-automatic gearbox capable of gear changes in three-hundredths of a second.

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Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Renault RE20 Turbo (F1) 

1980 Grand Prix of France 

Rene Arnoux

 

GPC97091

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The Renault RE20 Turbo became a positive contender for the Championship honours. The EFI V6 Turbo produced  520 bhp. The combination of ground effects and turbo development make this car iconic.

 

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Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Porsche 934 RSR Turbo / Lubrifilm Racing # 82 

1979 Le Mans Group 4 / GT class Winner and  4th  outright

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RLG19091

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For 1979  private teams would have to carry the flag for for Porsche by competing with the former factory 936s and customer 934s and 935s. And carry it they did!

Lubrifilm Racing hired Herbert Müller to share the driving duties with Lubrifilm regulars, Angelo Pallavicini and Marco Vanoli. The Swiss trio drove a fantastic race, keeping the pressure on without relent. They held the lead in Group 4 from flag to flag, finishing the gruelling event more than 30 laps ahead of their nearest Group 4 competitor, another Porsche 934. The #82 car finished in 4th place overall, having covered 2,468.58 miles at an average speed of 102.85mph.

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The real story is that the Lubrifilm Racing entry finished a mere lap behind the third place Hawaiian Tropic Porsche 935/77, and just two laps behind the second place 935/77 of Porsche Kremer Racing, both cars that many would have considered to be much faster! The outright winner was a very advanced Porsche Kremer Racing prepared 935 K3. The privately entered 936s, incidently, failed to finish.  

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Porsche 935 Turbo JMS Racing "X-Ray" #40 

1977 Le Mans Group 5 class Winner and  3rd outright

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RLG18107

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 victory in the Group 5 class is an impressive result by any standards. Even more impressive is the fact that the JMS Racing "X-Ray" Porsche 935 finished third overall, just 16 laps behind the second-place Renault and 27 laps behind the race winning Martini Porsche 936/77 prototype entries! In fact, the "X-Ray" 935 may well have secured outright victory had it not suffered a great deal of trouble: brake problems, fuel injector pump, and a turbocharger that needed to be replaced! 

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Valued at $998 on Exoto's web site and last on sale for $798 this is a bargain at $599 and as they are retired and sold out, an astute investment!

The French and American duo of Ballot-Léna and Gregg drove a stunning race to secure themselves a third in distance, covering 2,676.57 miles over the full 24 hours at an average speed of 111.52mph.

Valued at $898.95us on the Exoto web site

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ford GT40 Mk IV 1967 Le Mans Winner Gurney / Foyt

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EX18058

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Having just won Le Mans in 1966, Henry Ford II wanted to solidify Ford's dominance in endurance racing and an outright All-American win. His resolve produced one of the most beautiful vehicles in motoring history.
 
This retired model is valued at $2,695 USD on Exoto's web site

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Exoto is pleased to introduce the quintessential model replicas of Ford's Sebring and Le Mans winning racers: the immortal Mk IV. 
Each wonderful model replica features full opening parts, working suspension with genuine coil springs, intricate mechanical components, a fully wired and plumbed Ford HP427 V8 motor, and the list goes on... Modelling excellence at it's best!

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ford GT40 MKII X-1 Roadster

Winner, 1966 Sebring 12 Hours, driven by Ruby/Miles

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EX19048

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Kar Kraft converted the ex-Bruce McLaren prototype GT40 Roadster to Mk II specs for Shelby American. Upon taking delivery of the lovely red Ford, Shelby shipped them to Sebring for the classic 12 hour race. The race-ready GT40 Mk II X-1 Roadster had the right formula for success. Lighter than the Mk II Coupe but with equal power, nothing could hold it back! Miles started in the #1 Roadster and took station behind the Parkes/Bondurant Ferrari 330P3, easily matching the pace of the Italian machinery. Gurney/Grant were delayed off the line in the #2 car but soon joined the battle up front and together the Ford teammates wore down the Ferrari.  Sold Out

Shelby had ordered Miles/Ruby to maintain a comfortable pace behind Gurney/Grant. The blue #2 coupe was set for success when the engine seized! Gurney coasted to a stop just 1/4 mile from the finish line where he immediately undertook to push the Ford. Miles blew by in the red #1 Roadster and was as surprised as anybody to find himself being waved into Victory Circle! The GT40 Mk II Roadster scored the perfect result in its first and last race.

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Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Corvette Sting Ray Le Mans Racing version #9

 

Product ID

MTB00076

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Entered by Dana Chevrolet Inc.USA driven by Bob Bondurant and Dick Guldstrand, both from the USA

Dana Chevrolet was owned by Peyton Cramer and managed by Dick Guldstrand. Dana Chevrolet were very involved on the racing scene in Southern California. As racers, they saw the need for special built high performance cars. Thus came the "Dana" cars. Most of the Dana cars were '67 and '68 Camaros. 

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Options available included 427 engines, headers, open element air cleaner, suspension and ignition upgrades.

Valued at $898.95us on the Exoto web site

 

Exoto Racing Legends

 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ford 999

Barny Oldfield

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The Ford 999 was a nameplate attached to two distinct but similar racers built by Henry Ford in 1902. 

EX88040

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Though they began as separate entities, they were mechanically identical and parts were swapped between them as needed, making the identities and legacies inseparable. 

The result was a huge engine with a bare chassis attached to it and no bodywork whatsoever. They were heavily engineered, with an 18.8 L inline-4 engine, 230-lb flywheel, a bore of 7.25 inches and a stroke of 7.0 inches. Power was quoted anywhere from 70 to 100 horsepower. There was no rear suspension, no differential, and steering was controlled by a crude metal bar. 

 

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Oldfield, having absolutely no driving experience, learned how to race the 999. In his October 1902 debut, a five-mile race known as the Manufacturers' Challenge Cup, he easily won. The 999 set a course speed record at Grosse Point, and went on to tour America and score many other victories.
On January 12, 1904, Henry Ford personally drove the 999 to a speed of 91.37 mph on Lake St. Clair, a land speed record. 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Chaparral 2F Le Mans #7

Exoto is proud to bring you a Chaparral 2F miniature unlike any other. Our grand 1:18 scale replica is a feast for the senses that will change the way you look at die-cast collectibles!

Failed to finish in the 1967 Le Mans to to transmission failure after 18hrs and 225 laps.

Product ID

RLG18174

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Exoto has designed every conceivable component with great care and accuracy. 7 or more opening parts depending on body configuration. The removable body panels fit together with unparalleled precision. Butterfly doors open on piano hinges that are flush with the bodywork, and the drivers door is held open by a functioning hydraulic shock. Photo-etch metal and genuine wire mesh parts add subtle detail to an aerodynamically efficient body and a glorious paint finish. Beneath the skin you will find miles of real metal wire, genuine braided lines, functioning steering and suspension, accurately routed air ducts including flexible brake cooling hoses, machined aluminum brake discs that turn within fixed calipers, accurate chassis with all the Chaparral aerodynamic tricks, fabric seat belts with photo-etch hardware, and more... Sold Out Click on image for library of images.

The second coupe in the legendary Chaparral line of racing cars was a deadly weapon. Its 427 all-aluminum big-block Chevy engine produced between 475 and 525 bhp at 6,000 rpm depending on its level of tune. Phil Hill, Mike Spence, Bob Johnson and Bruce Jennings were all invited by Chaparral Cars to apply their talent.

 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Ford GT40 Mk II at Le Mans

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EX18048

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When the folks at Dearborn committed Ford to international sportscar competition, they were determined to crush the conquering Ferraris. The Ford Motor Company succeeded with the incomparable GT40 racing cars; it's triumphs included 4 consecutive victories at Le Mans! The rest was history, for these victories have greatly contributed to Ford's rich racing heritage, and to the sales of Ford cars in Europe and the world over. This is Graham Hills and the Australian,  Brian Muir's 1966 Le Mans race car. 

 

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Alan Mann Racing entered two Ford GT40s – powered by seven-litre Ford engines – in the 1966 race. Neither would finish. The entry of drivers Sir John Whitmore and Australian Frank Gardner withdrew in the sixth hour with clutch failure. Graham Hill and Australian Brian Muir suffered front suspension failure nine hours into the race.

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Le Mans model of the Porsche 910

Pure White

 

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MTB00060

 

One of our Wicky Porsches #45 is now in  the hands of the famous Andre Wicky in Switzerland!

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The standard 2-liter Porsche 910 Coupe was first seen at Daytona in 1967 where it finished 4th behind three 4-liter Ferraris! At Sebring it finished 3rd and 4th behind the 7-liter Ford GT40s!

Third at Monza and fifth at the 1000km Spa, the amazing Porsche 910s had done extremely well against cars with 2 and 3 times their displacement. Porsche was out for overall victory, and the marvellous little 910 brought the German automaker closer than it had ever been before! 

 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Le Mans model of the  Sauber-Mercedes C9

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EX18195

#61

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Technical superiority, pure and simple, led the C9 to record the fastest lap times in 12 out of 20 races, earn fifteen podium finishes and score brilliant 1st, 2nd and 5th place finishes at 1989 24 Hours of Le Mans.
 
The support and efforts of Peter Sauber were paramount to the return of Mercedes-Benz to international racing in 1988. The C9 won 5 of 11 major races that year. 
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In 1989, however, the thoroughbred changed its colors and became the new Silver Arrow. In this classic livery Mercedes clinched the World Sports Car Championship!

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Jaguar XJR 9 LM

Jaguars returned to the World Sportscar Championship in 1987 with the XJR-8 developed with Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR). Four outright Le Mans wins between 1951 and 1957 were what had made the British automaker a household name. The return to racing in the 1980s had one main objective: another victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans!

MTB00104

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The XJR-9LM, a purpose-built derivative of the XJR-9, was the right tool for the task. In 1988, the Silk Cut TWR Jaguar team put an end to Porsches streak of seven consecutive victories and re-established Jaguar's reputation.
 Superlative detail and finish
Recreated from a digital master consisting of over 4,000 3D reference points, every aspect of the Jaguar XJR-9LM is precisely and faithfully recreated, accurate to within .006"! New technologies have been employed, breaking new ground in the die-cast world. 

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Features a die-cast zinc metal body, tub and belly pan with opening doors and removable rear bodywork. Suspended on functional  suspension and active steering. Rubber-like Dunlop slick tires with race-scrubbed surface on wheels with machine turned valve stems.
 The interior is as carefully replicated as any other area of this  racer. The doors open in true-to-the-original butterfly motion on specially developed ball joints to reveal a simulated carbon-fiber seat shell with suede-like covering, fabric seatbelts with photo-etch metal fastening hardware, and acres of glassed carbon-fiber finish. 
The 7-liter V12 Jaguar engine is fully wired and plumbed, using genuine braided hoses, rubber hoses and simulated anodized high-pressure fittings, photo-etch metal on the valve covers and individual fastening hardware on the exhaust headers .

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Lola T70 Mk III Coupe

RLG18213

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RLG18214

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1:18 scale die-cast Formula 1 model of the 1953 Ferrari 500 F2,

Ascari's Grand Prix of Argentina Winner


The Exoto Ferrari 500F2 replica will become a legend! These diecast models were so fragile that very few arrived in one piece. This is one of the few.

GPC97193

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The Ferrari 500 F2 features heavily in debates about the greatest racing car of all time. That it is powered by a superb 2-liter 4-cylinder engine sometimes comes as a surprise to the initiated. But bolted into the benign Formula 2 chassis, the 500 F2 was unbeatable. Alberto Ascari won every circuit race in both the 1952 and 1953 seasons, taking the Championship title two years running! This marvelous icon of Ferrari Grand Prix glory was an irresistible subject for Exoto to tackle. Lovely details abound in this 1:18 scale gem that is sure to please the most discerning F1 or Ferrari fanatic.
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 The Ferrari 500 F2 features the most expansive use of machined, photo-etch, die-cast, pressed, stamped, and molded metal parts. And springs like the five tiny ones that hold the bonnet tight to the chassis, rubber hoses, metal braided hoses, wire mesh, velour-covered seat, tiny rivets, miniature machined domed nuts, and brass steering column.  The history behind it doesn't hurt... #10 is the car with which Alberto Ascari won the 1953 Grand Prix of Grand Prix of Argentina!

This retired piece is now Valued at $998 US by Exoto

Exoto's 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Grand Prix Classics

1951 Exoto Alfa Romeo Alfetta 159M

#22 Winner, 1951 Grand Prix of Spain Juan Manuel Fangio 1951 F1 World Champion

Limited Edition of 1951 pieces

GPC97240

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The Alfa Romeo 159 Alfetta was developed from the Alfa Romeo 158 of the late 30s early 40s, the Alfetta, engines were supercharged to 350 bhp and combined with light weight, the cars had immediate success. For 1951, the Alfetta featured dual superchargers, cranking out nearly 425 bhp and a DeDion rear axle reducing unsprung weight. The extra power meant a larger fuel tank which in turn extended the body. Add to this the skills of Juan Manual Fangio, and the Alfetta won the first of his five Formula 1 world championships. Sold Out

 

  

Exoto 1:18 scale die-cast Formula 1 model of the 

Ferrari Tipo 246

Winner, 1958 French Grand Prix, Mike Hawthorn - World Champion

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GPC97210

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The 1958 French Formula One Grand Prix was held at Reims. The race was won by Mike Hawthorn driving a Ferrari 246; it was his first Formula One victory for Ferrari and  his last, retiring at the end of the season, marred by several fatal accidents.

Hawthorn won the 1958 Formula One Championship despite achieving only this one win, against four by Moss. This was due him consistently scoring points in other placing and for fastest laps.
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The Ferrari 246 F1 was built for the 1958 Formula One World Championship. The 246 used a 2417 cc Dino V6 engine with a 65° angle between the cylinder banks. This was the first use of a V6 engine in a Formula One car, but otherwise the 246 was a conventional front-engine design. The Ferrari 246 enabled Mike Hawthorn to win a World Championship and earned a second place in the Constructors' Championship for Ferrari. The Ferrari 246 was not only the first V6-engined car to win a Formula 1 GP, it was also the last front-engined car to win a Formula One Grand Prix, at the 1960 Italian GP at Monza.
This is one of Exoto's finest XS models with every imaginable detail lovingly recreated, again as with the Ferrari 156 Sharknose, even the throttle butterflies open when the accelerator peddle is depressed!

Exoto's Grand Prix Classics

1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the1953 Ferrari 500 F2, Short Nose

Rudi Fischer's #18 was one of only two 500 F2s to appear at the 4th BRDC International Trophy at Silverstone.

GPC97196

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Zürich-born Fischer came to prominence in 1949 when racing a HWM to sixth at the Prix de Berne, driving with Moss. Having proved his talent he ordered a specially-built Ferrari 212 for himself to go Grand Prix racing in 1951. His World Championship participation was limited to the nearby Swiss, German and Italian GPs and he certainly did not make a fool of himself. Profiting from his local knowledge he delivered in 1952, helped by his acquisition of one of the latest Ferrari 500 models.  Sold Out

 

He took his best World Championship results - second at his home GP, third in Germany - at real drivers' circuits: Bremgarten and the Nürburgring.

 The all-metal "egg crate" grille seen on the "short nose" versions of the 500 F2 are a joy to behold. Made from individual metal pieces, it helps make Exoto's 500 F2 replicas stand head and shoulders above the competition. 

Exoto's 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Grand Prix Classics

1961 Ferrari Tipo 156 F1 Sharknose.

#38 Hill / Monaco

65 Degree engine

 F1 World Champion 1961

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Exoto Ferrari tipo 156 F1:

The 1961 Formula 1 season had a new rule type. The racing teams had to switch their engines from 2.5 to 1.5 liters. Ferrari found itself in a very good position. They had developed a V6 mid-mounted engine with a 120 degrees cylinder angle and a maximum output of 190 hp. The new Ferrari 156 F1 had a very unusual front design. Pretty soon, people gave it the nickname Sharknose. 

Exoto have indeed excelled themself with this model. It features many items not attempted before.

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*1400 photo etched and machined parts.
*Spring loaded accelerator, clutch & brake pedals.
*Functional carburettor butterfly valves connected to the accelerator.
*Ball bearing supported machined hubs on both axles.
*Geared transmission, the wheels, half shafts and clutch assembly rotate!
*Plus all the things you expect from these models, functional double wishbone front and rear suspension. Rack and pinion steering and so much more. 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Lotus Ford Type 49 B 1968

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GPC97005

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Graham Hill scored his fourth of a total of five Monaco Grand Prix victories driving this brand new Lotus 49B at the annual May of 1968 Monte Carlo race. Monaco was the beginning of what was to become the year of the wing, and Team Lotus showed up with a wedge shaped car that sported a low mounted wing behind the carburettors. Graham Hill's record setting victory then, and the adhesion of the new, radically shaped Lotus, set wondering minds to thinking.  Sold Out

 

Actually, that was all that was needed to set off the start of a Formula One wing explosion.

 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Lotus Ford Type-49 

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GPC97003

Graham Hill finished second to Jim Clark in the 1968 South African Grand Prix with this well raced Lotus 49/R3. Hill had driven this chassis in the last six championship races in 1967; beginning with the British Grand Prix in July.

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The points scored by Graham Hill, in this car, at South Africa were the first in what was to become his second championship year.

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Exoto 1:18 scale die cast Formula 1 model of the Lotus Ford Type 49B 1969

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GPC97008

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Graham Hill scored his fourth of a total of five Monaco Grand Prix victories driving this brand new Lotus 49B at the annual May of 1968 Monte Carlo race. Monaco was the beginning of what was to become the year of the wing, and Team Lotus showed up with a wedge shaped car that sported a low mounted wing behind the carburettors. Graham Hill's record setting victory then, and the adhesion of the new, radically shaped Lotus, set wondering minds to thinking. 

 

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Actually, that was all that was needed to set off the start of a Formula One wing explosion.

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Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the 1953 Ferrari 500 F2,

Jacque Swater's AVUS Grand Prix Winner

Swaters made his debut in the 24 Hours of Spa in a pre war MG.

GPC97194

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Limited Edition

1953 pcs 

Swaters also raced a yellow Talbot-Lago in  two World Championship rounds, the 1951 German and Italian Grands Prix.

However, in 1952, Swaters and another Belgian, Charles de Tornaco, restarted Ecurie Francorchamps, a racing stable mainly associated with Ferrari. 
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 In 1953 Swaters won the Formula 2 race at AVUS (Avusrennen) near Berlin, driving the yellow Ferrari 500 F2. As a driver, Swaters later concentrated on sports car racing at the wheel of a Jaguar C-Type and D-Type with some success. Swaters himself retired as a driver in 1957 to concentrate on his business which he sold a few years ago to the Inchcape Group.

Exoto's 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Grand Prix Classics

1976 Tyrrell P34 in Satin Aluminum

GPC67047

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The 6 wheel Tyrrell Type P34 was innovative and successful, so successful that they banned it! The concept was to produce a low frontal area for better penetration and aerodynamics and also to increase traction.  Sold Out

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Exoto's 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Latest Grand Prix Classics

 

1990 Ferrari 641/2 Carbon Fibre Test Car

GPC97107

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Also available the Williams FW14B Carbon Fibre Test Car

Exoto's Ferrari 641/2 Grand Prix Classics replicas were hot collectibles and were all retired long ago. But now, Exoto is pleased to announce the brand new 1990 Ferrari 641/2 Carbon Fiber Test Car! Featuring astonishing details that set an industry standard, the new car is finished in simulated carbon fiber. This new replica pays homage to the development of the fabulous Ferrari 641/2 Grand Prix Classic as it first took form early in the 3.5 liter, naturally aspirated formula that was introduced in 1989, changing the face of Formula One!  Sold out

 

Few materials say "high tech" the way carbon fiber does. Layers of fabric encased in resin, baked together to form a material lighter than aluminum and stronger than steel. It's a dream come true for racing teams, and it marks one of the most important developments in motorsport in a very long time, yielding both performance and safety gains.

1:18 scale diecast model Formula 1 of the 1979 Ferrari 312T4
50th Anniversary Edition
in Polished Aluminum

Exoto Ferrari 312T4

 

GPC97079

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The 312T4 was without a doubt the ultimate evolution of the 3-litre Ferrari flat-12 motor. The entire chassis and body is designed to act as a giant wing with a vast undertray, sliding skirts, and a broad flat upper surface.
 In it's first outing at Kyalami, South Africa, drivers Jody Scheckter and Gilles Villeneuve led the field home in a 1-2 finish. By the end of the 1979 season the 312T4 propelled the dynamic duo to six overall victories, good enough to earn Scheckter and Ferrari the World Drivers and Constructors Championships!
The 1979 Ferrari 312T4 is one of the great achievements in Formula One engineering: a 3-liter winner amidst turbo-charged competition.

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Ferrari's greatest challenge was placing their wide engine into the new chassis. Up until then the flat-12 engine had an advantage because of it's ultra-low center of gravity. Now, however, the entire engine would have to be raised to permit sufficient airflow beneath the car. No longer was the low center of gravity an advantage for the Scuderia.

1:18 scale diecast model Formula 1 of the 1975 Ferrari 312T
50th Anniversary Edition
in Polished Aluminum

 

 

GPC97059

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Exoto is pleased to present a collection of Ferraris that celebrate and commemorate 50 years of Ferrari in Formula One competition. Grand Prix winners include the 1975 312 T and the 1979 312 T4

The technological advances made on the 312T would carry Ferrari through one of the most exciting and successful period of Formula One competition for the Scuderia. The 312T would evolve into the 312T2, T3, T4 and finally the T5. Although they didn't know it at the time, 1975 would be the first of a Championship hat-trick for Ferrari: 1975-76-77, and yet another Constructors Championship in 1979. Forza Ferrari!

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 What set the 312T apart from the 312B3 was redesigned suspension, the very compact transverse-mounted gearbox positioned ahead of the rear axle and immediately behind the exceptionally reliable, compact and powerful boxer engine. Those who watched the 1975 season unfold will recall Lauda demonstrate a remarkably precise driving style that would not have been possible in a lesser car.
 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Ferrari  312B

 

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GPC97061

GPC97067

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The 312B Ferrari  was the ultimate reflection of Grand Prix engineering in 1970. A strong monocoque chassis built around the driver, cutting the smallest possible hole in the air.   
The arrival of the 3-liter flat-12 Boxer engine marked the beginning of a great era in Formula One for Ferrari
The magnificent Ferrari  312B will live on forever as one of the most significant and beautiful Grand Prix racers of all time.

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Arguably the best Grand Prix engine to ever emerge from Maranello, the 3-liter Boxer engine would power Ferrari Formula One cars for 11 seasons starting in 1970 with the 312B and culminating in 1980 with the 312T5. The Boxer engine would also win four Championships: 1975, 1976, 1977 and 1979!

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the Ferrari 312T

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GPC97052

Driver Version

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Introducing the definitive model of the classic Ferrari 312T: The 1975 Formula 1 World Championship winner with Niki Lauda. After a disappointing drought period that stretched for almost twelve years, Enzo Ferrari was finally able to pull out his hat-trick transversal design, and put a stop to the successive victories of rival; Ford Cosworth engined cars. Sold Out

 

Exoto 1:18 scale die cast Formula 1 model of the Ferrari 312T4

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GPC97072 Driver version Jody Scheckter #11 WC

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By early 1979, the Ferrari Flat-12 F1 cars had already secured the world title twice; in 1975 and 1976. The 312 T4 was Enzo's difficult answer to the winning ground effect racing cars pioneered by Lotus in 1978.

Even though the Williams FW07 gripped the track better, and the Renault Turbos were faster, the evolution of the Ferrari Flat-12 (515 bhp at 12,300 rpm) gave Jody Scheckter the 1979 Formula 1 World Championship edge.

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1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the 1952 Ferrari 500 F2,

Ascari's British GP Winner
The Exoto Ferrari 500F2 replica will become a legend! These diecast models were so fragile that very few arrived in one piece. Exoto stoped making models in China because of the assembly issues with this model and moved production to the UAE.

GPC97192

 

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This is one of Exoto's most collectible models!

The Ferrari 500 F2 features heavily in debates about the greatest racing car of all time. That it is powered by a superb 2-liter 4-cylinder engine sometimes comes as a surprise to the initiated. But bolted into the benign Formula 2 chassis, the 500 F2 was unbeatable. Alberto Ascari won every circuit race in both the 1952 and 1953 seasons, taking the Championship title two years running!

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 This marvellous icon of Ferrari Grand Prix glory was an irresistible subject for Exoto to tackle. Lovely details abound in this 1:18 scale gem that is sure to please the most discerning F1 or Ferrari fanatic.  The Ferrari 500 F2 features the most expansive use of machined, photo-etch, die-cast, pressed, stamped, and moulded metal parts. And springs like the five tiny ones that hold the bonnet tight to the chassis, rubber hoses, metal braided hoses, wire mesh, velour-covered seat, tiny rivets, miniature machined domed nuts, and brass steering column.  The history behind it doesn't hurt... #15 is the car with which Alberto Ascari won the 1952 Grand Prix of Britain at Silverstone!

Exoto 1:18 scale die-cast Formula 1 model of the Lotus Ford Type 72D

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GPC97038

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A superb model of the twice World Champion Formula 1 racing machine: the slick Lotus Ford Type 72D. A Colin Chapman classic featuring hip radiators, sculptured airbox, and far out-rigged rear wing and oil tank. 
Sold Out The successful 72s were complex, and often recalled by their British mechanics as sods to work on!

Fittipaldi scored the points necessary to capture his first F1 World Championship title, at the age of 25!

 

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast model of the Tyrrell Ford 003

Jackie Stewart 1971 Formula 1 World Drivers Champion

EX97020

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The Car in which Jackie Stewart took his 2nd world championship in 1971. 

Deleted from the Exoto catalogue in 2003

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Exoto Lotus Ford "Type 49" 1967 Retired Model

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1:18 scale diecast model Tyrell Ford Type P34 1976 (Six Wheeler)  Retired Model

EXLF49

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EXTF34

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Two of the most ground breaking F1 cars of their time. 

Both these models have been retired by Exoto

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Lotus Ford "Type 49" Jim Clark  Dutch GP SOLD! 

Tyrrell Ford Type P34 Scheckter Japanese GP with Rain Tyres SOLD 

Inaugural Winner, 1967 Dutch Grand Prix. The Lotus Ford Type 49 is a potent combination of Lotus chassis an superb body aerodynamics, along with the narrow and compact size of the Cosworth Ford engine which is a stressed member of the chassis with the rear suspension attached to it. 

The 1976 Japanese Grand Prix, rain tyres and special rear wing. The 6 wheel Tyrell Type D34 was innovative and successful, so successful that they banned it! The concept was to produce a low frontal area for better penetration and aerodynamics and also to increase traction. 

Exoto Ferrari F641/2 F1 1995 

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EXF461

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The Ferrari F641/2 made its debut at the 1990 San Marino Grand Prix. Featuring the first unblown engine to exceed 700bhp! As a result, the season proved more positive than had been expected with a total of 6 victories.

Exoto 1:18 scale diecast Formula 1 model of the  Williams-Renault FW14B

EX97111

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Williams and Renault worked long and hard to find a World Championship winning combination. With Nigel Mansell behind the wheel, 1992 would prove a dream season in which he eclipsed several records!
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The Williams-Renault FW14B was the best F1 weapon to date. The Renault RS4 V-10 engine produced something like 760bhp at over 14,000rpm! The mere 1,113 lb. chassis utilized the most advanced active suspension system ever deployed on a race car, and power was delivered through a semi-automatic gearbox capable of gear changes in three-hundredths of a second.
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Exoto models are designed in the United States and were made in China but are now made in the United Arab Emirates. They compete with CMC Exclusive Models for the distinction of producing the most highly detailed 1:18 diecast model cars in the world! They make the perfect gift for men of distinction.

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