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Image of CMC 1/18 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Speciale Le Mans '38, No.19 M-111
 

CMC 1/18 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Speciale Le Mans '38, No.19 M-111

For the upcoming 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1938, “Alfa Corse,” the Alfa Romeo department, was up in arms and were determined to win! They contracted the coachbuilder Touring to customize a closed-top body based on its expertise in aerodynamic...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Maserati 250F GP Monaco 1957, No.32 Sieger Fangio M-101
 

CMC 1/18 Maserati 250F GP Monaco 1957, No.32 Sieger Fangio M-101

In 1957, Maserati was at the height of his racing history. After Juan Manuel Fangio had returned to the Maserati factory team, he won on his Maserati 250 F (lightweight) many Grand Prix races and was able to celebrate his fifth season at the Grand Prix...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, Mille Miglia 1955 No.701/Karl Kling M-118
 

CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, Mille Miglia 1955 No.701/Karl Kling M-118

In 1955 Mercedes-Benz introduced its 300 SLR for the first time at the Mille Miglia. Among its strongest competitors were Ferrari, Maserati, and Aston Martin. Every minute a competing car got its starting clearance. Since 1949 the starting order...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W125, GP Donington '37 No.1/Rudolf Caracciola M-113
 

CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W125, GP Donington '37 No.1/Rudolf Caracciola M-113

The Donington Grand Prix that took place on October 2, 1937 was the final race of the season and the last round of the 750 kg formula racing. With starting number 1, Rudolf Caracciola took off from the 2nd row of the grid, but soon managed to catch...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W196R, Streamliner 1954 No.20/Karl Kling M-128B
 

CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W196R, Streamliner 1954 No.20/Karl Kling M-128B

Mercedes had taken time to make sure that its re-entry into grand prix racing was well-prepared. The elegant streamlined contour of the new Mercedes racers was novel, marking a complete move away from the familiar traditional racing car design. The competitors...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W25, GP Monaco 1935, No.4/Luigi Fagioli M-104
 

CMC 1/18 Mercedes-Benz W25, GP Monaco 1935, No.4/Luigi Fagioli M-104

Following its re-emergence on the Grand Prix scene in 1934, Mercedes competed well from the beginning. To do even better in the season they introduced improvements on its W25 and pushed the maximum output to 430 hp.Fagioli took the lead right after the...


 
Image of CMC 1/18 Porsche 901 Sportcoupe 1964 (Irish Green) M-067B
 

CMC 1/18 Porsche 901 Sportcoupe 1964 (Irish Green) M-067B

By the end of the 50s, Porsche had started the development of a successor to the Type 356. The goal was to create a sports car that was superior in all aspects but held on to the typical Porsche design. As a result, the new Type 901 was born. This...