Escala: 1/43
Código de Carmodel: CAR167039
Código del fabricante: 4310803
Color: BLUE
Material: die-cast
Año: 1988
EAN: 3663506022081

Disponibilidad: inmediata
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In 1984, the Société de Distribution et d’Importation Michel Malherbes Associés (DIMMA), which distributed Ligier microcars in Belgium, decided to diversify its offer by proposing a conversion kit based on the Peugeot 205 GTI, called "Style 1". The following year it was the turn of the first "Turbo 16" wide body kit and in 1988 the Belgian company signed a collaboration agreement directly with Peugeot. The DIMMA kits were approved by Peugeot with the agreement of Jean Todt. In total, about a thousand DIMMA kits were sold. Abroad, DIMMA also proposed mechanical elaborations, especially in England, with engines that reached considerable powers, from 220 to 350 horsepower and integral transmission.

By David Tarallo

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The Solido brand is one of the most important in the history of car modeling. Ferdinand de Vazelles of Nanterre (France) began producing die-cast models under the Solido brand in the early 1930s. The first creation was a Gergovia candle on wheels. Until the 1950s, Solido models were equipped with wind-up motors. In 1957 Solido introduced the 100 series with detailed 1:43 scale models, featuring several new gimmicks such as suspension and opening parts. In addition to contemporary vehicles, classic cars from the "L'age d'or" series were also reproduced from 1964. In addition to French production, Solido models were also made in Spain (Dalia), Brazil (Brosol) and Argentina (Buby) in the 1960s and 1970s. In 1980 Solido was taken over by Majorette and numerous other changes of ownership followed. From the 1980s onwards, reissues of old Solido models were released under the Verem brand. After the closure of the Oulins factory in 2006, all Solido models were produced in China. After Solido was taken over by Ottomobile in 2015, the company focused primarily on 1:18 scale die-cast models and moved production to the factory in Bangladesh. Since 2023, Solido has started to seriously invest in 1:43 again with a range of low-cost but excellent quality models.