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Amalgam Ferrari 333 SP

Taking nearly 350 hours of R&D time, the latest release from Amalgam is found in race skin. The 1:18 Ferrari 333 SP is fully dressed in Ferrari period correct decals and paint. Polyurethane prototyping resin, carbon fibre, and stainless steel metal are some of the basic elements of parts. If interested, each will set you back $595US. Product# TBD...
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Amalgam New Porsche 911RSR 2.8 Brumos Daytona

More classic Porsche scale racing from Amalgam, their latest is 1:18 Porsche 911RSR 2.8 Brumos Daytona.  Model is crafted in resin with sealed-body design.  Parts and manufacturing techniques include OEM specified paints, stainless steel, natural leather, and metal (pewter) components.  Suggested retail $595 US. About the 911RSR…  “None other than Hurley Haywood sat behind the wheel of the famous BRUMOS 911 RSR Continue Reading...
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Amalgam 1967 Porsche 911R “Monza – BP World Record”

Another new release from Amalgam’s 1:18 scale collection is upon us.  This time around the team focuses on the Porsche marque, specifically the  1967 Porsche 911R “Monza – BP World Record” car.  More on the history of the car below.  The model is crafted in resin with a sealed-body design.   Suggested retail $595US. About the Porsche 911R…  “The 1967 911R Continue Reading...
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Amalgam New 1:18 Jaguar Future Projects

Some of the most iconic cars to feature the Jaguar marquee will be crafted in 1:18 scale by the masters at Amalgam.  Due very soon is the Jaguar XKSS, October arrival.  August is to bring two new items, they include Jaguar E-Type Roadster and Jaguar E-Type Coupe.  All will be crafted in resin with a sealed body design.  If interested, Continue Reading...
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Amalgam New Ferrari T

Let the sun shine in! The latest 1:18 Ferrari confirm from the Amalgam collection is Ferrari T. This slick and stylish convertible is still very capable on the street. The model features no moving parts or access to internal bits. If interested, plan to set $595US aside to get one. About the Ferrari T…  “The first of a new generation Continue Reading...
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Amalgam Ferrari F12berlinetta

Fans of the Amalgam 1:18 Ferrari series will be happy to see the latest effort in the series. The Ferrari F12berlinetta is coming by the end of this month. Model is produced to exacting standards of the original car. No access to motor or interior is permitted as the example is sealed. If interested the suggested retail is $595US About Continue Reading...
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Amalgam New 1:18 and 1:8 Ferraris

Two models are coming from Amalgam that features the Ferrari badge.  The first in 1:8 scale is the Ferrari #512 BB LM.  Can you imagine the layers of detail when you bring to mind the classic 1:18 version from Kyosho?  One of our favourites for sure! The second is the 1:18 Ferrari 250TR.  Another resin piece with a sealed design.  Continue Reading...
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Amalgam New McLaren MP4-4 / Ferrari SF71-H

** UPDATE ** We added photos of the new Ferrari SF71-H in 1:8 and 1:18 scale.  Pricing starts at $595US for 1:18 and $5852US for the 1:8.  Arrival date July/August 2018.  Yum! Sticking with the race theme, the team at Amalgam is unveiling their version of the 1:18 McLaren MP4-4.  We must say this was an awesome era for F1, Continue Reading...
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Amalgam 1:8 McLaren Senna

The McLaren Senna is not being received in the best light.  Most are not a fan of the new McLaren design paying homage to the late, great, Ayrton Senna.  That being said, 1:8 from Amalgam is the best example we’ve seen is scale to date.  The model looks very polished from all angles.  And Amalgam confirms their final design was placed Continue Reading...
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Amalgam MK1a Spitfire

Seems the team at Amalgam is trading four wheels for two wings.  The team is set to release a 1:16 scale replica of the MK1a Spitfire.  The model here was flown by Geoffrey Wellum of 92 Squadron in September 1940.  Amalgam claims the “most accurate and intensely detailed” model of the Spitfire.  We tend to agree!  The wingspan alone is Continue Reading...
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