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Got this and a few other odd cars in a lot from overseas. Looks to be an early '50s Fiat to me. Its very nicely made and has rubber tires but no manufacture name or number. Looks to be 1/64 or slightly larger. Anybody know anything about it? I know Ramazzotti is an Italian liqueur but thats about it.
 

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Very cool car Al!
 

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I just sold a couple of Brumms that I got in with a lot. Didn't fit my collection, but they were very nice. 1:43 scale.


 

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That looks like the one I have Harold, thanks for the link. I've seen the Brumm Ferrari transporters before (very nice) but this is the first Brumm in my collection. Still looks more closer to 1/64 than 1/43.
Cool little car! :thumbsup:

They look different though.... Look at Guntownal's car, the wipers are part of the casting. The eBay Brumm has seperate wipers. I think we need to do more digging :rolleyes:
 

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I was gonna say before I saw the linc it looked like a '60s Fiat 600.
And I think judging by that HWs VW that it's 1/43rd or close to it.
Fiat 600s aren't as small as the 500, but are still very small micro-cars - smaller than a Beetle even.
 
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