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La Mini Miniera New Coriasco 600 Multipla Pickup

La Mini Miniera is back with a new 1:18 Coriasco 600 Multipla Pickup.  Model will premiere at the International Toy Fair in Nuremberg starting next week! This marks the first time the Coriasco 600 Multipla will be covered in scale.  The truck is actually made from the body of the Turin Coriasco.  It was beloved by owners because of its Continue Reading...
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La Mini Miniera New 1947 Cisitalia Pininfarina 202 Coupe

La Mini Miniera’s latest offering is the classic 1:43 Cisitalia Pininfarina 202 Coupe.  Model is a limited edition piece (sorry we don’t know the official production run) from their “Special Cars Collection by Pininfarina”.  The Cisitalia Pininfarina 202 Coupe comes complete with jewel display box, see images below.  Please contact La Mini Miniera for more details on availability....
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BBR Announces 1:18 Ferrari Modulo Pininfarina

In co-operation with Miniminiera on Pininfarina official license, BBR will begin shipping the new 1:18 Ferrari Modulo Pininfarina in early December 2015.  As an added bonus each unit will ship with BBR pen and the BBR shopping bag.  Retail is suggested at 258 Euro. About the Ferrari Modulo Pininfarina… “Ferrari Modulo is an extreme special berlinetta, single-volume, experimental one-off prototype, built Continue Reading...
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New Images of La Mini Miniera Production Bertone’s!

As we highlighted last month from La Mini Miniera, new photos of the production version of the Jaguar B99 Bertone and Nuccio 2012 Bertone surfaced today.  Execution and presentation look top notch, the subject matter as unique as the alligator hard top.  For more information contact your La Mini Miniera dealer....
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La Mini Miniera New 1970 Ferrari 512 S Modulo Pininfarina

Another new release from La Mini Miniera, though in 1:18 scale, is the James Bond-like Ferrari 512 S Modulo Pininfarina Concept.  Despite its sharp design and winning many awards, the car’s fate was to be dismantled for parts.  Design wise, due to the deep inset wheels, the car could only drive in a straight line.  Well it’s a Ferrari, is Continue Reading...
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