Ferrari 250 GTO
As you can see by the number of models that appear in this list, Ferrari seems to be among Amalgam's favourite brands. A good example is this Ferrari 250 GTO, which competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1962, with Pierre Noblet and Jean Guichet at the wheel.
On sale for £540, it is one of the more affordable offerings.
Ferrari 250 LM
Built to a scale of 1:8, this model pays tribute to the Ferrari 250 LM driven by Pierre Dumay and Gustave ‘Taf’ Gosselin.
It looks exactly like the 250 LM at the end of the 24-hour race in 1965. Amalgam recreated the damage that the 250 LM suffered, including the mangled rear right side of the aluminium body, caused by a blown right tyre during the race.
Price: $16,625 (£13,082 at current exchange rates)
Ferrari 70th Anniversary
With a very special 1:18 series, Amalgam joined the celebrations of Ferrari's 70th birthday replicating some of the brand's greatest models in the history, including the 488 GTB, 488 Spider, California T, F12 Berlinetta, and GTC4 Lusso.
Price: depends on the model
Ferrari F430 Spider
Some two years ago, we had the privilege to unbox and own a copy of this amazing car model. It's currently sitting at our office and we bet it will look good on your desk, too. It's a 1:8 scale model that replicates the supercar in detail, including the impressive engine.
Ferrari Laferrari Open
209 units, 1:8, and a price of £8,660. These are the essential details of this spectacular convertible. You can either have the Ferrari of your dreams at home or exhibit in your living room a replica of the actual supercar that you keep in the garage.
McLaren Ultimate Vision Gran Turismo
Based on the McLaren Ultimate Vision GT, a prototype created for the Gran Turismo video game saga, this model is a limited edition of only 92 units, available in three liveries: Performance, Noir de Noir, and Ulterior Future.
The Amalgam reproduction measures 60 cm in length, and its development was supervised by McLaren Design Director, Robert Melville, who also contributed in the process of creating the prototype for Gran Turismo Sport.
Interestingly, the first unit is on display at the McLaren Design Centre, while the second one was delivered to Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the legendary video game.
With an original price of about £750,000, and the entire production run already sold, getting a McLaren Senna is almost an impossible mission. Solutions? Better check Amalgam where the 1:8 Senna costs slightly less than a full-size Dacia Sandero.
If you are looking for more exclusivity, you can choose the Bespoke version. In this case, it is possible to choose the colour of the body, the shades of the passenger compartment, and the alloy wheels design.
Motor Bugatti Chiron
Amalgam not only reproduces cars, but also separate elements such as F1 steering wheels or engines. In fact, the reproduction of the Bugatti Chiron powertrain is simply spectacular.
The creation took 2,500 hours of development (almost as much as the real engine) and another 220 hours of assembly work. No less than 1,040 pieces are used.
Porsche 919 Hybrid
The 919 Hybrid that competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2014 is replicated to the very millimetre in a scale of 1:8. It is the result of more than 3,000 hours of work and the use of revolutionary technologies, such as digital printing.
The doors of this model open to give access to a passenger compartment identical to that of the actual race car. The engine cover can be lifted, exposing the hybrid powertrain system with a turbocharged 2-litre engine.
Scuderia Ferrari SF16H
Amalgam is also closely related to Formula 1 products and this family of Ferrari race cars is the living proof. It includes the cars driven by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen in the 2016 season, at scales of 1:8, 1:12, and 1:18.
Price: Prices vary depending on the model
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