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Auto Pilen
M507
Maserati Ghibli
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Auto Pilen M507 Maserati Ghibli

The Auto Pilen Maserati Ghibli. Shown in the 1981 Pilen Catalogue. available in met. maroon finish at 1:43 scale. Auto Pilen M507 in detail...

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Bburago
3371
Maserati 3200 GT, 1998
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Bburago 3371 Maserati 3200 GT, 1998

The Bburago Maserati 3200 GT, 1998. available in met. blue finish at 1:18 scale. Bburago 3371 in detail...

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Brumm
r75
Maserati 8CTF
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Brumm r75 Maserati 8CTF

The Brumm Maserati 8CTF. available in red finish. Brumm r75 in detail...

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Corgi
GS6
Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati
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Corgi GS6 Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati

The Corgi Volkswagen Truck with Trailer and Cooper-Maserati. Included No 490 VW pick up Race Tender and No 156 blue #7 Cooper Maserati on a red trailer. available in various finish. Corgi GS6 in detail...

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Corgi
GS12
Grand Prix Set
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Corgi GS12 Grand Prix Set

The Corgi Grand Prix Set. Consisted of No.490 Volkswagen Tow Truck, No.156 Cooper Maserati later replaced by No.159 Cooper Maserati, No.155 Lotus Climax later replaced by No.158 Lotus Climax, No.330 Porsche Carrera 6, Racing Car Trailer, Mechanics, bales & bollards.. Corgi GS12 in detail...

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Corgi
156
Cooper Maserati F/1
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Corgi 156 Cooper Maserati F/1

The Corgi Cooper Maserati F/1. Models numbered both 7 and 8 available in blue finish. Corgi 156 in detail...

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Corgi
159
Cooper Maserati Formula 1
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Corgi 159 Cooper Maserati Formula 1

The Corgi Cooper Maserati Formula 1. available in yellow & white finish. Corgi 159 in detail...

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Dinky
Gift Set 4
Racing Cars
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Dinky Gift Set 4 Racing Cars

The Dinky Racing Cars. Made around 1953. Included:

  • 23g Cooper Bristol
  • 23f Alfa Romeo
  • 23h Ferrari
  • 23j HWM
  • 23n Maserati
. Dinky Gift Set 4 in detail...

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Dinky
22a
Open Sports Car
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Dinky 22a Open Sports Car

The Dinky Open Sports Car. available in yellow, red, blue finish. Dinky 22a in detail...

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Dinky
23N
Maserati Racing Car
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Dinky 23N Maserati Racing Car

The Dinky Maserati Racing Car. In June, 1953, the Maserati, 23N, became the fifth in the series of new racing cars introduced during that year. The 3 ¾ inch long model cost 2/8 and was finished in the racing colours of Switzerland. The red painted bodywork has a white flash running down the bonnet to the grille. The model possesses the robust axle mountings typical of the series, ribbed wheel hubs and grey or black 20mm round treaded tyres. The car carries a race number, ‘9’, on either side of the rear cowl. By the late autumn of 1953, the price of the model fell to 2/6 in line with other models in the series. In 1954, the Maserati was renumbered, 231 and as such it remained in production until 1964, when it was deleted.

From 1947-1956, Maserati built racing cars in Italy. The Dinky Toys model was based on their 4CLT/48 racing car, which had a 1.5 litre supercharged engine and the ‘T’ standing for tubular chassis. The engine produced 260bhp. Designed by Ernesto Maserati, developed by Giocchino Colombo and constructed by Medaro Fantuzzi, the car built on some of the early work done by the Maserati brothers, who developed the car’s 4-cylinder in line engine. The car was nicknamed the “sanremo” from the name of its first race in 1948. British driver, Reg Parnell, and Italian, Villoresi won five races during that season. In 1949, the team were joined by Juan Manuel Fangio and Baron Toulo de Graffenried, who won the British Grand Prix. In 1950, at Monaco, Louis Chiron drove to third place. The Maserati had several notable successes with the car, including a second place in the Monaco Grand Prix (1956), but later versions of the car were dogged by engine failures.

Dinky Toys use of the Swiss national racing colours for the Maserati model, 23N, came from the successes of ‘The Scuderi Enrico Platé’ (The Enrico Platé stable), a Swiss-based team, who raced Maserati cars during the early 1950s. During this period, the team had three main drivers: Prince Bira of Thailand, Harry Schell and Baron Toulo de Graffenried. The Platé team recognised the shortcomings of the Maserati and their modified cars had a good measure of success racing in F2. In 1953, the team experienced financial difficulties and during 1954, Enrico Platé died in a racing accident in Buenos Aires. available in Red finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 23N in detail...

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Dinky
206
Maserati
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Dinky 206 Maserati

The Dinky Maserati. available in red & white finish. Dinky 206 in detail...

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Dinky
231
Maserati Racing Car
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Dinky 231 Maserati Racing Car

The Dinky Maserati Racing Car. Renumbered from 23n. shown in the March 1956 Meccano Magazine. Priced at 3/- on the February 1961 price list. From May 1962 delivered in a bubble pack. available in Red finish at 1:38 scale. Dinky 231 in detail...

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Dinky
249
Racing Cars Gift Set
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Dinky 249 Racing Cars Gift Set

The Dinky Racing Cars Gift Set. Boxed Set of 5 racing cars Cooper Bristol, 23f Alpha Romeo, Ferrari, 23j HRM and 23n Maserati. Advertised in the September 1958 Meccano Magazine available in various finish. Dinky 249 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
CF01
Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000
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Dinky Atlas CF01 Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000

The Dinky Atlas Ferrari Racing Car and Maserati Sports 2000. available in red finish. Dinky Atlas CF01 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
GS4
Racing Cars
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Dinky Atlas GS4 Racing Cars

The Dinky Atlas Racing Cars. available in green, red, blue finish. Dinky Atlas GS4 in detail...

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Dinky Atlas
22A
Maserati Sports 2000
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Dinky Atlas 22A Maserati Sports 2000

The Dinky Atlas Maserati Sports 2000. available in red finish. Dinky Atlas 22A in detail...

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French Dinky
22A
Maserati 2000 Sports Car
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French Dinky 22A Maserati 2000 Sports Car

The French Dinky Maserati 2000 Sports Car. In their 1958 catalogue, French Dinky advertised the Maserati 2000 sport as to be newly introduced during that year and subsequently, the French Meccano Magazine announced the release of the model in the April. The 88mm long, red painted model cost 3 new francs, about 6/-. Dinky produced the model in both France and the UK, with the French version having larger headlights and a more pronounced oval grille. In a pre-production model, the car’s interior had cream seating, which was changed to a red, matching the bodywork, in the retailed model. The car’s driver has white overalls and helmet. The model had ribbed steel hubs, which were replaced by concave hubs around the time of the renumbering, to model 505, during 1959.

French Dinky’s model of the Maserati 2000 sport was based on the successful 1953, Maserati A6GCS, a sports car with a 6-cylinder, 1985cc engine, which had a top speed of 240 km/h.

Released in April 1958 and renumbered in 1959, the model was withdrawn in 1961. available in red finish. French Dinky 22A in detail...

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French Dinky
505
Maserati 2000 Sports Car
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French Dinky 505 Maserati 2000 Sports Car

The French Dinky Maserati 2000 Sports Car. In their 1958 catalogue, French Dinky advertised the Maserati 2000 sport as to be newly introduced during that year and subsequently, the French Meccano Magazine announced the release of the model in the April. The 88mm long, red painted model cost 3 new francs, about 6/-. Dinky produced the model in both France and the UK, with the French version having larger headlights and a more pronounced oval grille. In a pre-production model, the car’s interior had cream seating, which was changed to a red, matching the bodywork, in the retailed model. The car’s driver has white overalls and helmet. The model had ribbed steel hubs, which were replaced by concave hubs around the time of the renumbering, to model 505, during 1959.

French Dinky’s model of the Maserati 2000 sport was based on the successful 1953, Maserati A6GCS, a sports car with a 6-cylinder, 1985cc engine, which had a top speed of 240 km/h.

Released in April 1958 and renumbered in 1959, the model was withdrawn in 1961. available in red finish. French Dinky 505 in detail...

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Gama
9840
Maserati Indy
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Gama 9840 Maserati Indy

The Gama Maserati Indy. available in met. orange finish at 1:46 scale. Gama 9840 in detail...

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Guiloy
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Maserati Ghibli
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Guiloy ? Maserati Ghibli

The Guiloy Maserati Ghibli. available in red finish at 1:43 scale. Guiloy ? in detail...

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Impy
9
Maserati Mistral
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Impy 9 Maserati Mistral

The Impy Maserati Mistral. Introduced in 1970 as part of the flyers range. available in red finish. Impy 9 in detail...

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Lone Star
9
Maserati Mistrale
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Lone Star 9 Maserati Mistrale

The Lone Star Maserati Mistrale. available in red, cream finish. Lone Star 9 in detail...

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Lone Star
109
Maserati Mistral
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Lone Star 109 Maserati Mistral

The Lone Star Maserati Mistral. introduced in 1970 as part of the flyers range. available in red finish. Lone Star 109 in detail...

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Majorette
250
Citroen Maserati SM
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Majorette 250 Citroen Maserati SM

The Majorette Citroen Maserati SM. available in blue finish at 1:65 scale. Majorette 250 in detail...

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Matchbox
52A
Maserati 4CLT 1948
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Matchbox 52A Maserati 4CLT 1948

The Matchbox Maserati 4CLT 1948. available in red, yellow finish. Matchbox 52A in detail...

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Matchbox King Size
K-56
Maserati Bora
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Matchbox King Size K-56 Maserati Bora

The Matchbox King Size Maserati Bora. available in silver finish. Matchbox King Size K-56 in detail...

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Matchbox Superfast
32B
Maserati Bora
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Matchbox Superfast 32B Maserati Bora

The Matchbox Superfast Maserati Bora. available in red, green finish. Matchbox Superfast 32B in detail...

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Mebetoys
A/10
Maserati Mistral Coupe
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Mebetoys A/10 Maserati Mistral Coupe

The Mebetoys Maserati Mistral Coupe. available in met. green, silver finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys A/10 in detail...

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Mebetoys
A72
Maserati Bora
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Mebetoys A72 Maserati Bora

The Mebetoys Maserati Bora. available in silver, yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Mebetoys A72 in detail...

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Mercury
24
Maserati 3500GT
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Mercury 24 Maserati 3500GT

The Mercury Maserati 3500GT. available in red finish. Mercury 24 in detail...

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Mercury
34
Maserati GP
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Mercury 34 Maserati GP

The Mercury Maserati GP. This model was 11cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60.. Mercury 34 in detail...

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Mercury
44/1
Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix)
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Mercury 44/1 Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix)

The Mercury Maserati G.P. (Grand Prix). Show in the 1959/60 Mercury catalogue as 44A. available in red finish. Mercury 44/1 in detail...

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Mercury
52
Maserati 250 F.1
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Mercury 52 Maserati 250 F.1

The Mercury Maserati 250 F.1. This model was 10cm long. Shown in the Mercury catalogue for 1959/60. available in red finish. Mercury 52 in detail...

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Norev
820
Maserati Ghibli
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Norev 820 Maserati Ghibli

The Norev Maserati Ghibli. available in silver, met.blue finish. Norev 820 in detail...

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Penny
0/6
Cooper Maserati F1
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Penny 0/6 Cooper Maserati F1

The Penny Cooper Maserati F1. available in blue finish. Penny 0/6 in detail...

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Penny
0/29
Maserati 3500 GT Coupe
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Penny 0/29 Maserati 3500 GT Coupe

The Penny Maserati 3500 GT Coupe. available in met. grey, silver finish. Penny 0/29 in detail...

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Politoys
M501
Maserati 3500 GT Sebring Coupe
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Politoys M501 Maserati 3500 GT Sebring Coupe

The Politoys Maserati 3500 GT Sebring Coupe. available in met. dark grey finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M501 in detail...

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Politoys
M541
Maserati Quattroporte
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Politoys M541 Maserati Quattroporte

The Politoys Maserati Quattroporte. available in met. dark green finish at 1:43 scale. Politoys M541 in detail...

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Sakura
?
Maserati Bora
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Sakura ? Maserati Bora

The Sakura Maserati Bora. available in yellow finish at 1:43 scale. Sakura ? in detail...

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Siku
V295
Maserati Mistral
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Siku V295 Maserati Mistral

The Siku Maserati Mistral. available in blue finish. Siku V295 in detail...

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Tomica
T7
Maserati Merak SS
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Tomica T7 Maserati Merak SS

The Tomica Maserati Merak SS. available in blue finish. Tomica T7 in detail...

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Tomica
F45
Maserati Merak SS
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Tomica F45 Maserati Merak SS

The Tomica Maserati Merak SS. available in silver finish at 1:62 scale. Tomica F45 in detail...

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Tomica DANDY
F08
Maserati Bora
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Tomica DANDY F08 Maserati Bora

The Tomica DANDY Maserati Bora. available in met. blue finish at 1:45 scale. Tomica DANDY F08 in detail...