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Grell Werbemittel is a company that mostly specializes in making promotional items for other firms. The most recognized of these models was a series of "Ostalgie" cars which were given away by breweries in Germany with a case of beer. The Sternquell and Braustolz series are the most often seen and includes almost 30 different vehicles which were the mostly the same casting, but with different colors. Other vehicles found their way as promotionals to other breweries too, but the Braustolz and Sternquell series were the biggest. The maker was High Speed though most vehicles show the Grell name on the base.

A much smaller series of classic "Western" cars was made for them as well.

The also issued a horse drawn fire engine wagon circa 1885 in their Seit Generationen. Other castings included 7 other fire engines showing the progression of fire trucks over the generations.

They also issued a series of buses done in 1:87 scale.

Mercedes Benz Travego
Ikarus 311

The Mercedes 1000 Mille-Miglia-Edition consists of 4 racing castings made in 1:87 scale and was issued in 2005.

____ Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR #722 - Stirling Moss/Denis Jenkinsen
1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Prototyp #623 - Karl Kling/Hans Klenk
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL #417 - John Cooper Fitch/Kurt Gesell
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR #658 - Juan Manuel Fangio


The Jugendtraum (Teenage Dream) was made in 1:64 scale and also issued in 2005.

DKW F8 Luxus Cabriolet
Framo V901 /2 Kombi

Grell Modell

Audi 100 Coupe



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HobbyTalk Members - @Motorcade
https://www.hobbydb.com/subjects/grell-brand
 
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