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First Painted Prototype CMC Jaguar C-Type 1952

There is news from CMC today, the team officially released photos of their upcoming 1:18, diecast Jaguar C-Type in British Racing Green.  The model is far from complete, but these early prototype images look promising!  Subtle detailing CMC is known for is definitely ago.  Full 360-access has been addressed along with a long list of metal and leather materials.  A Continue Reading...
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CMC Ferrari D50

With the Lancia D50 a somewhat memory of the past, the team at CMC is heating things up with a view of their production 1:18 Ferrari D50.  The model does look ravishing.  And will be made available in a number of variants/liveries.  Subtle differences over its cousin the Lancia include the side exhaust and upper hatch.  More on this replica Continue Reading...
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CMC Ferrari D50, 1956 Long Nose

This model was mentioned briefly back in January as new upcoming variants of Lancia and Ferrari D50 assortment expansion.  CMC has released new images of the Ferrari D50 variant, the Long Nose version.  The model here is shown in pre-production form but is already looking mighty fine in Ferrari Red and race trim.  The model celebrates the Grand Prix of Continue Reading...
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CMC Bugatti Nation Color Project | Mercedes-Benz Targa Florio

More from CMC this morning, we have the expanded Bugatti Nation Color Project (BNCP).  As per CMC the series is now complete.  From the Mercedes-Benz marque comes the Targa Florio re-issued and re-invented.  The team is adding two new cars #23 and #32.  Complete details are listed below.  Enjoy! BNCP Italy, #11, Item No. M-100 B-001 – Limited Edition 800 Continue Reading...
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CMC NEW Mercedes-Benz SSKL

Considered one of the many jewels in the CMC assortment, the Mercedes-Benz SSKL will see a few more additions this year, they include the SSKL for finishing the 1931 German GP Mercedes Armada.  The team will also re-issue the 1931 Mille Miglia SSKL #87 Winner (M-055).  And finally a limited edition 1930 Mercedes-Benz SSK in White will hit the parade Continue Reading...
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CMC New Exclusive Releases!

More news from the team at CMC this morning. The team has officially announced the Mercedes-Benz (W100) Pullman (6 Doors), Ferrari 275 GTB/C (with more variants to come), and a slew of six different liveries for the Jaguar C Type. All models we believe will be crafted in 1:18 scale, and will feature high-detail, diecast metal, and full opening parts. Continue Reading...
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CMC Expanding Lancia & New Ferrari D50 Collection

It was no secret the team at CMC was set to expand their successful Lancia D50 assortment.  The bigger news was the launch of their highly anticipated Ferraro D50 collection.  Well the wait is over, well somewhat.  We present a first look at the assortment of newness coming from the team.  We’re sure these releases will drive 2018-2019 assortment, but Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: CMC Lancia D50

Words and photos courtesy of The Model Car Critic   Vittorio Jano (born Viktor János to Hungarian immigrants) hailed from the Piedmont region of Italy in the early 1890s. He started off his career at Società Torinese Automobili Rapid, a car and truck company. In 1911 he moved to Fiat under Luigi Bazzi. In 1923 he made the move to Continue Reading...
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CMC Lancia D50 Racing Editions

Coming soon to retailers near you are the racing editions of the 1:18 Lancia D50.  Two variants are on tap, each is detailed below.  Only 1500 units of each will be issued by CMC, and the #26 Alberto Ascari is already sold out!  Stay tuned, we’ll have the full review on the Lancia D50 real soon!! 1955 Monaco GP #26, Alberto Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: CMC Talbot-Lago T150-C SS Coupe

Words by Cristi Stefan and photos courtesy of Alin Demian   A textbook example of how the Art Deco movement influenced automobile design in the 1930s, the Talbot-Lago T150 C-SS Coupé Aérodynamique ‘Goutte d’Eau’ Figoni & Falaschi, represents the brilliance of bygone coachbuilders from the pre-WW2 era. After more than twenty years of experience in classic car modeling, craftsmanship champion Continue Reading...
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