Our diecast model cars are cast in fine pewter and are 100% made in England
Our diecast model cars are cast in finest solid pewter. Each piece is then hand crafted before being hand polished to a fine lustre revealing the beauty of the pewter as well as the intricate detail and only after inspection is coated with its protective lacquer.
Thank you very much for the cars that have arrived today. They were packaged brilliantly. I buy these cars for my godson. He looks forward to the supprise of which one he is going to get. In future years he will have these cars instead of toys that have been got rid of years ago. Thank you again. They are as usual of the highest quality.
I just wanted to say how happy Les was with his models. Thanks you once again.
Just to confirm my order has arrived safe & sound a please with it, especially liked the engraved plaque, well done…. so till the next one.
Good Morning Trevor,
I have just collected these models from the PO – They are excellent with exquisite detail and I am pleased with them … Many thanks for your help, regards
Got the mini model, outstanding, very well done. The best wrapping job I have ever seen!! This will be a 25th birthday gift for my son who has a 1961 Mini850 that he is restoring.
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To date there are approximately 150 diecast model cars available, spanning the last 60 years – with new models cars being added periodically.
Unlike other car models available these miniature pewter sculptures are unique in scale (1/57th) detail and finish. They are supplied mounted onto bases with a descriptive pewter nameplate.
This collection is now becoming a ‘Collectors series’ in it’s own right, as well as serving as an historical reference.
Viewed as a group the collection forms an interesting insight into cars of the past, illustrating the changes in design that each decade has brought.
Each car in the collection is hot die cast (approx.250c) in high grade solid pewter – 90% tin with the remaining 10% being made up from trace elements including copper and antimony.
Tin is often referred to as the 4th most precious metal after platinum, gold and silver.