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The Zonda is an Italian super car manufactured by Pagani. This stylish vehicle with a powerful performance debuted in 1999. Unfortunately, its production ended in 2011. Three special edition models were available in 2012. The Zonda was seen at Geneva Motor Show in 1999. Only five units were only made.
The AUTOart Pagani Zonda Revolution 1/18 model captures the overall style of the Zonda. This vehicle has a black carbon fibre finish, featuring the design concept of the Italian super car. From its sloping fenders and distinct windshield design, every part of this diecast is based on the luxurious design of a Zonda Revolution.
From the classic "Gone in 60 Seconds," the Ford Mustang Eleanor is a heavily customized '71 Mustang made to look like a '73. This is the only car to have a main credit in a major studio motion picture. The car was worked on for 250 hours before it appeared in the movie and, despite numerous accidents during filming the car survives today and has been restored back to its former glory. This is the Greenlight diecast silver 1/18 version of Eleanor from "Gone in 60 Seconds." Be the first to own this exquisite model.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is an award winning full-size luxury car which currently serves as the flagship model of the marque. It is equipped with a V12 6.75 L engine with 453 brake horsepower. It uses a unique chassis platform, body, interior, and retains traditional Rolls-Royce design cues such as the flat faced grille and high, imposing front. This is the white 1/18 diecast model Rolls-Royce Phantom drop head coupe made by Kyosho diecast models.
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