Amalgam Celebrates the Monaco Grand Prix

Amalgam Celebrates the Monaco Grand Prix
Predating even Formula 1's long and illustrious history as a World Championship, the Monaco Grand Prix has been running since 1929. With its setting on the streets of the Monte Carlo and La Condamine districts, and including the wealth drenched principality's extraordinary harbour, the Monaco GP is unique in having been held on the same circuit for its entire history. 

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Amalgam's Ferrari 375 Plus Models

Amalgam's Ferrari 375 Plus Models
One of the most important cars in Ferrari’s illustrious history, the Ferrari 375 Plus was built to extend the success of the 375 MM that powered Ferrari to success in the inaugural FIA World Sportscar Championship in 1953.

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Amalgam introduces the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato

Amalgam introduces the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
We are delighted to share with you the news that our first sample model of ‘1 VEV’, one of the most celebrated Aston Martin Racing cars, has been presented to Aston Martin Lagonda's design team, who have examined it in detail and given it their full approval.

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The Ferrari Portofino at 1:12 Scale

The Ferrari Portofino at 1:12 Scale
After over 2000 hours of development and 200 hours of casting, fitting, fettling, painting and building, our 1:12 scale Ferrari Portofino M model has been approved by the design team at Ferrari.

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April News from your Favourite Artisans

April News from your Favourite Artisans
Sixty-five years ago Jaguar created what is often referred to as the world's first supercar: the XKSS. Following their withdrawal from competition racing at the end of the 1956 season, Jaguar were left with several completed and in progress D-Type chassis.

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90 Years Ago - The 1932 Monaco GP

90 Years Ago - The 1932 Monaco GP
On the 17th of April 1932, the streets of the Monte Carlo district played host to the fourth Monaco Grand Prix. It was Alfa Romeo’s first appearance as a works team in Monaco, where they faced the teams from Bugatti and Maserati. 

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Explore the details of the Bugatti Type 59 at 1:8 scale

Explore the details of the Bugatti Type 59 at 1:8 scale
Explore the extraordinary detail of our Bugatti Type 59 model at 1:8 scale in our new video. Development of this edition necessitated over 5000 hours and replicates the car exactly as raced by Jean-Pierre Wimille in the Belgian Grand Prix on the 14th of July 1935 at Spa-Francorchamps.

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