the classic DTM (1984-1996) series main attraction were the cars. Starting as a FIA Group A spec championship, early DTM was full of interesting machinery with entrance by almost every mayor manufacturer from Europe, America and Japan.
Group C was used in the FIA's World Endurance Championship (1982–1985), World Sports-Prototype Championship (1986–1990), World Sportscar Championship (1991–1992) and in the European Endurance Championship (1983 only). The final year for the class came in 1993.
The so-called 'classic' category includes cars that raced in the 60s and 70s in Europe and America. Among our 'classic' models we have reproduced some of the finest and most iconic models built by legendary marques.
A beautiful collection including the famous racing cars that competed in Le Mans around the turn of the century and the modern Le Mans Prorotypes (LMP) that contend the Endurance Racing World Championship.
The GT3 cars are the racing version of high performance supercars, built by the most famous marques, with great models and drivers. A new addition to our product line, this collection is certainly going to grow in the future.