Jan 20, 2023 • #1:18 scale #2022 #amalgamcollection #carlos sainz #Charles Leclerc #f1 #Ferrari f1 #Ferrari F1-75 #Ferrari Formula 1 #formula 1 #modern formula 1 #new product #new release
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Our collection of Formula 1 full-size steering wheel replicas expands significantly this month, as we have finished the development of our current 2022 season projects: the McLaren MCL36 and Ferrari F1-75 steering wheels. Also available are full scale replicas of the F2004, F2007 and F2008, as well as a miniature F1-75 steering wheel at 1:4 scale.
We are thrilled to reveal to you our most recent development at 1:8 scale, the very beautiful Ferrari 296 GTS in Rosso Imola with an Argento Nurburgring livery. Following over 3000 hours of development and an intense dive into every detail by the Ferrari design team, our prototype model for the 296 GTS has been fully approved and is now available to order.
We’re excited to reveal the first prototype images of our 1:8 scale model of the Ferrari Daytona SP3. The prototype was approved by Ferrari in June, and we have since been pushing ahead with detailing the first batch of models. The first model is scheduled to be finished very soon, and following approval by Ferrari we will be able to share the results with you.
It’s our privilege to announce the launch of a new collection of fine art silkscreen prints capturing the most iconic cars in a gloriously handmade combination of artistry and technical virtuosity.
We are delighted to reveal the Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B at 1:8 scale, as raced by Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez at the season-defining 2021 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. This edition of models, limited to 99 pieces per driver, precisely captures the cars that delivered the first ever Dutch Formula 1 World Champion in Max Verstappen and a first World Drivers’ Championship to Red Bull Racing since 2013.
We are delighted to have been given access by Ferrari to a small number of the FERRARI MONZA SP1/SP2 LIMITED EDITION BOOK, allowing us to offer our customers the opportunity to acquire a richly documented slice into Ferrari automotive history.
We are delighted to unveil new images of our recently completed race weathered projects at 1:8 scale: Briggs Cunningham and Bob Grossman's Jaguar Lightweight E-Type from the 1963 Le Mans and Michael Schumacher's race winning Ferrari F2002 from the 2002 Canadian Grand Prix.
Amalgam Collection has enjoyed a close cooperation with Ferrari since 1998. Now that partnership has been taken to a new level of engagement, with the launch of a program offering bespoke Amalgam models at either 1:8 or 1:12 scale as an option for customers ordering a new Ferrari.