Moss Magic Collection
All 1:18 scale models are hand-signed and come in a presentation box.
Automodello’s range of gloriously detailed scale models is already rather special, and its collaboration with Dan Gurney’s All American Racers gave the perfect chance to create this stunning 1:12 Eagle model.
Retro desk racer models
Fans of classic racing will know all about the Silberpfeils, or Silver Arrows, of the 1930s. These models are forged from aluminium and will make a stylish addition to your office.
1937 Delahaye 135MS, 1:24 scale
French coachbuilder Figoni et Falaschi was one of the most glamorous in pre-war Europe, and its work on the 135MS stands as some of its finest. It’s a throwback to an ultra-glamorous period in time.
Eagle Challenger Tribute, 1:43
After his Formula 1 career, Gurney’s All American Racers team starred in Indycar. The great recreation of the number 48 1981 Pepsi Challenger comes hand-signed by former driver Geoff Brabham.
Targa Florio, 1955
Not quite as famous as that other road race that year, but it didn’t stop Stirling Moss and Peter Collins winning the Targa, too. Signed by Moss on the base.
Porsche 917K, 1970
This is where the 917 legend really began, with the short-tailed Salzburg car of Richard Attwood/Hans Herrmann finally topping Le Mans. Signed by Attwood on the base.
BMW 3.0 CSL, 1975
Is there a more iconic touring car than BMW’s ‘Batmobile’, the design that launched its M Sport division? This is Brian Redman’s winner from the Sebring 12 Hours, and he’s signed it, too.
Steve McQueen Le Mans Porsche 917 LH, 1970
It may have retired at La Sarthe in 1970, but it went on to be the star of the Le Mans movie, with Derek Bell as its driver. And this model wears his signature.
Michael Schumacher Jordan 191, 1991
Back where it all began, at Spa in 1991 when a chap called Schumacher started his fairy tale F1 career. Limited to 300, each is hand-signed.