These diecast metal models (each sold separately) represent an Alfa Roméo 2600 and a Fiat Abarth 1000. The Alfa Roméo 2600 is from a line of cars produced in the 1960s. The miniature produced by the French company Solido is a model from Alfa Roméo’s Sprint series and is made on a scale of 1:43, measuring 1.57h x 1.2w x 3.95"d.The Fiat Abarth 1000 was made by a company that produced Italian racing cars, owned by Carlo Abarth and founded in 1949, and was originally known as the Abarth. In 1971, Fiat bought Abarth and Fiat was added to the name. This miniature is made on a scale of 1:43 and measures 1.18h x 1.57w x 3.94”d.
Solido first produced a 1:43 scale car to represent an actual car back in 1957. These models are made to the same details as the original models with metal bodywork and machined suspension wheels. These models are made for collectors and are not intended for children. .
Size1.57h x 1.2w x 3.95"d
Year of Design1960-1969
WarningChoking Hazard — Item contains small parts. Not for children under 3.
- This item is final sale and non-returnable.
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