Historic F1 Models

Historic F1 Models

Amalgam are recognised worldwide as makers of the finest hand-made large scale models. Our work is unique in its attention to detail together with a focus on creating models that truly capture the style and spirit of each car. We have dedicated our energy and passion to achieving a level of accuracy, precision and excellence that raises the finished replica far above anything previously created. 
Amalgam are recognised worldwide as makers of the finest hand-made large scale models. Our work is unique in its attention to detail together with a focus on creating models that truly capture the style and spirit of each car. We have dedicated our energy and passion to achieving a level of accuracy, precision and excellence that raises the finished replica far above anything previously created. 
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Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 - 1932 Monaco GP Winner - Tazio Nuvolari

Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 - 1932 Monaco GP Winner - Tazio Nuvolari 1:8 SCALE

Many believe the 2.3 litre 8C Alfa, of which this is an example, to be the finest race car of the early 1930s. Also known as the ‘Monza’, a moniker given to the shortened two-seater...

Bugatti Type 35T - 1926 Targa Florio Winner - Patinated In Build

Bugatti Type 35T - 1926 Targa Florio Winner - Patinated 1:8 SCALE

Quite simply the most successful racing Bugatti of all time, the Bugatti Type 35 took the Grand Prix World Championship in 1926 after winning 351 races and setting 47 records in 1924 and 1925. The...

Ferrari 156 F1 'Sharknose' - Phil Hill

Ferrari 156 F1 'Sharknose' - Phil Hill 1:8 SCALE

#2 Phil Hill version The evocative Ferrari 156 F1 Sharknose, so called due to its unusual front air vents, was Ferrari’s first Formula One machine with the engine positioned behind the driver. The result of...

Ferrari 156 F1 'Sharknose' - Wolfgang von Trips In Build

Ferrari 156 F1 'Sharknose' - Wolfgang von Trips 1:8 SCALE

#4 Wolfgang von Trips version The evocative Ferrari 156 F1 Sharknose, so called due to its unusual front air vents, was Ferrari’s first Formula One machine with the engine positioned behind the driver. The result...

Ferrari 312 T2 (1976)

Ferrari 312 T2 (1976) 1:8 SCALE

The 312T2 Ferrari Grand Prix car featured a number of modifications over the 312T, its immediate predecessor. New aerodynamic rules were imposed for the 1976 Formula One race season, meaning that, amongst other changes, the...

Ferrari 312 T4 - 1979 US East GP Winner - Villeneuve

Ferrari 312 T4 - 1979 US East GP Winner - Villeneuve 1:8 SCALE

A further iteration of the hugely successful 312 T chassis that had already secured three Constructors’ titles and two Driver’s Championships in the last four years, the Ferrari 312 T4 was Ferrari’s entry for most...

Ferrari F1-89 (640) - British GP (1989)

Ferrari F1-89 (640) - British GP (1989) 1:8 SCALE

This model was offered with special Nigel Mansell signed art quality prints. These prints have sold out. The F1-89 (also known as the 640, its designated project number) was Ferrari’s entry into the 1989 Formula...

Ferrari F1-90 (641/2) - Alain Prost Pre-order

Ferrari F1-90 (641/2) - Alain Prost 1:8 SCALE

Considered one of the most beautiful Formula 1 cars of all time, the F1-90 (also known as the 641) was Ferrari’s entry for the 1990 Formula 1 season. An evolution of the previous year’s F1-89...

Ferrari F1-90 (641/2) - Nigel Mansell Pre-order

Ferrari F1-90 (641/2) - Nigel Mansell 1:8 SCALE

Considered one of the most beautiful Formula 1 cars of all time, the F1-90 (also known as the 641) was Ferrari’s entry for the 1990 Formula 1 season. An evolution of the previous year’s F1-89 (640),...

Ferrari F1-90 - Mexico GP - Mansell - Race Weathered In Development

Ferrari F1-90 - Mexico GP - Mansell - Race Weathered 1:8 SCALE

We have created a special race weathered Limited Edition of five Ferrari F1-90 (641/2) models, precisely as the car was raced by Nigel Mansell at the 1990 Mexico Grand Prix. This unique edition of five...

Lotus 38 - 1965 Indianapolis 500 Winner

Lotus 38 - 1965 Indianapolis 500 Winner 1:8 SCALE

Designed by Colin Chapman and Len Terry, the Lotus 38 was built to win the Indianapolis 500. A reinvention of the previous Lotus 29 and 34 Indianapolis designs, the 38 was built with a full...

Lotus 49B - 1968 Monaco GP Winner - Hill In Build

Lotus 49B - 1968 Monaco GP Winner - Hill 1:8 SCALE

The Lotus 49 was designed by founder Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe for racing in the 1967 Formula One season. Powered by the Cosworth DFV engine that powered most of the grid, it was one...

Lotus 79 - 1978 Dutch GP Winner - Andretti In Build

Lotus 79 - 1978 Dutch GP Winner - Andretti 1:8 SCALE

Headed by founder Colin Chapman, the 79 was designed by the team at Lotus for the 1978 season. It was the first car to take full advantage of the ‘ground effects’ aerodynamics as pioneered in...

Lotus 97T - 1985 Portuguese GP Winner - Senna In Build

Lotus 97T - 1985 Portuguese GP Winner - Senna 1:8 SCALE

The 97T was Team Lotus’ representative in the 1985 Formula One season. Designed by French engineer Gérard Ducarouge, the 97T was a development of the previous year’s 95T, using elements from the abandoned 96T IndyCar...

McLaren M23D (1976) Japanese GP In Build

McLaren M23D (1976) Japanese GP 1:8 SCALE

A development of the McLaren M16 Indianapolis 500 car, the McLaren M23 was introduced in its first form in 1973 as a Formula One contender. The M23 housed a Ford Cosworth DFV engine, which was...

McLaren MP4/4

McLaren MP4/4 1:18 SCALE

McLaren MP4/4 Japanese GP 1988 The McLaren MP4/4 goes down in the annals of Formula One history as one of the most successful Formula One car designs of all time. Although it competed in the...

McLaren MP4/4 (1988) Japanese GP - Senna

McLaren MP4/4 (1988) Japanese GP - Senna 1:8 SCALE

Ayrton Senna Version 1988 dawned with a high level of optimism at McLaren’s UK headquarters. A new Honda V6 engine was delivered and Ayron Senna joined Alain Prost to complete the driver line-up. Furthermore, having...

McLaren MP4/6 (1991) Japanese GP

McLaren MP4/6 (1991) Japanese GP 1:8 SCALE

Powered by Honda’s third engine configuration in just four seasons, the MP4/6 appeared somewhat of a gamble for McLaren before the 1991 season. The new V12 unit was longer, heavier and thirstier than the V10s...

Mercedes-Benz W196 Monoposto (1955) British GP In Build

Mercedes-Benz W196 Monoposto (1955) British GP 1:8 SCALE

A full twenty years after Mercedes Formula One Championship-winning year in 1934, the German giant returned to the sport with the W196 in 1954. It was no coincidence that this was the first year of...