By Maz Woolley
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Cult models are moulded in resin to 1:18 scale in China and are distributed from the Netherlands. The range policy is to make models of vehicles that have reached cult status. Although most are classic European subjects the range does include some Japanese classics as well.
They have recently announced their new releases for 2019 which are new colours on existing mouldings .
The models span many eras and countries of manufacture. All are of vehicles that influenced design or where popular sellers in their market segment.
CML038-2 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Zagato silver
CML041-2 Aston Martin DB6 gold 1964
CML044-2 Porsche 356 America Roadster metallic green 1952
CML057-2 Bugatti Type 51 Dubos Coupe black 1931
CML060-2 Rolls Royce 25-30 Gurney Nutting All Weather
CML064-2 Austin Mini Cooper Mark 1 red and black 1961-63
CML074-2 Mercedes-Benz 280SE W126 silver 1980
CML075-2 Mercedes-Benz 380SEC C126 green metallic 1982
CML080-2 Austin 1100 maroon 1969
CML081-2 Land-Rover Discovery Mark 1 silver 1989
CML084-2 Sunbeam Supreme MKIII black 1954
This car is better known here in the UK as a Sunbeam Mark III. Rootes dropped the Talbot name with this model and the ‘Supreme’ tag comes from the radiator badge which says Sunbeam Supreme.
CML091-2 Triumph Spitfire Mark II red
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