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Minichamps 2014 Classic Cars

Minichamps 2014 Classic Cars

For the last 22 years, Minichamps has striven to bring to the demanding collector the very best quality die-cast collectibles money can buy. With each passing year, Minichamps offers an ever wider variety of models from the major automotive manufacturers of the world, encompassing the classic racing & road car to the contemporary models as well as current Formula 1, Moto GP, & Military models. German precision engineering at its finest!

What follows are some of the classic automobiles produced by Minichamps during 2014.

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1931 Bugatti Type 54 Roadster - Black with Green Interior Karoserie O. Uhlik Praha
1931 Bugatti Type 54 Roadster - Black with Green Interior Karoserie O. Uhlik Praha (1:18 Scale)
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As a stop gap between planned models, Bugatti produced the Type 54. It became a synthesis of the Type 45 chassis with an eight-cylinder engine from the Type 50.

1939 Delage D8 120 Cabriolet - New York Worlds Fair, Chassis # 51760, Two Tone Deep Red Top Up Carrosserie Henri Chapron
1939 Delage D8 120 Cabriolet - New York World's Fair, Chassis # 51760, Two Tone Deep Red Top Up Carrosserie Henri Chapron (1:18 Scale)
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This Delage was delivered by Henri Chapron on June 21, 1939. It was from the second series of the model, and as such had a lower and lighter chassis than its predecessor.

1937 Delahaye Type 145 Grand Prix - French Blue with Red and White Stripe on Hood Coachwork
1937 Delahaye Type 145 Grand Prix - French Blue with Red and White Stripe on Hood Coachwork (1:18 Scale)
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This is the first of four race cars built for the Ecurie Bleue Racing Team owned by Americans Laury and Lucy Schell. The Prix du Million was a one million franc prize offered in 1937 by the French Government to encourage French automobile manufacturers to beat the Germans, who then dominated racing.

1937 Delahaye Type 145 Coupe - Pewter Medium Gray Carrosserie Henri Chapron
1937 Delahaye Type 145 Coupe - Pewter Medium Gray Carrosserie Henri Chapron (1:18 Scale)
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This is the second of four cars on the Ecurie Bleue racing team that competed in 1938 and 1939. It was unfortunately out-classed by Mercedes and had few podium finishes.

1937 Delahaye Type 135-M Cabriolet - Two Tone Light and Dark Blue Coachwork by Figoni and Falaschi
1937 Delahaye Type 135-M Cabriolet - Two Tone Light and Dark Blue Coachwork by Figoni and Falaschi (1:18 Scale)
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This Delahaye was ordered by well-known explorer and businessman Casimir Jourde, a devotee of streamlined styling and a personal friend of Joseph Figoni.

1937 Talbot Lago T 150-C-SS Coupe - Chassis #90106 Aubergine Egg Plant "Goutte Deau" Coachwork by Figoni and Falaschi
1937 Talbot Lago T 150-C-SS Coupe - Chassis #90106 Aubergine Egg Plant "Goutte D'eau" Coachwork by Figoni and Falaschi (1:18 Scale)
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The T150-C SS chassis is arguably one of Anthony Lagos greatest achievements. The C stood for competition, a reference to the marques racing success, while SS signified super sports, the short 2.65-metre wheelbase version of the competition chassis.

1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car - Pearlesecent Light Blue/Green
1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car - Pearlesecent Light Blue/Green (1:18 Scale)
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The Lincoln Futura was a concept car designed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. It was originally designed by Ford Motor Company lead stylists Bill Schmidt and John Najjar Ferzely and built by Ghia entirely by hand in Turin, Italy, at a cost of $250,000 (2013 equivalent: $2,100,000) and displayed on the auto show circuit in 1955. In 1966 the car was modified by George Barris into the Batmobile, for the 1966 TV series Batman.
1956 Buick Centurion Concept Car
1956 Buick Centurion Concept Car (1:18 Scale)
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The Buick Centurion was sold by the Buick division of General Motors from 1956-1957 and 1971 through 1973, replacing the Buick Wildcat as the sporty rendition of Buick's full-size car. The Centurion name was inspired by a Buick concept car, that name coming from the professional officer in the Roman Army. The current car's symbol was not the traditional Buick tri-shield, but a side profile of a centurion. It was not, as some have suggested, a play on the Buick Century.
1954 Buick Wildcat II Concept Car
1954 Buick Wildcat II Concept Car (1:18 Scale)
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The 1954 Buick Wildcat II concept, designed by Harley Earls design team, made its public debut at the 1954 General Motors Motorama in New York City. Built of fiberglass and mounted on a 100-inch wheelbase, the 1954 Wildcat featured radical new front fender styling that exposed the underside of the fender and the chrome plated front-end suspension. The fenders were lined with large chrome panels containing air scoop louvers. Buick Skylark wire wheels were used.
1951 Buick Le Sabre Concept Car
1951 Buick Le Sabre Concept Car (1:18 Scale)
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The General Motors Le Sabre was a 1951 concept car. Possibly the most important show car of the 1950s, it introduced aircraft-inspired design elements such as the wrap-around windshield and tail fins, which became common on automotive designs during the second half of the decade.
   
 
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