1932 Ford Rat Rod


Pork Chop is back with his latest creation to move that hot shine thru the GA backwoods! After finding this long forgotten 32 in the back pasture over grown with kudzu, PC decided to get the ole girl runnin again. Outfitted with a blown ardun flathead he aquired in a late night poker match years ago, he knew it needed more power. So he scrounged up two nitrous tanks and hooked em up and it boiled the old skinnies so he needed some new shoes to handle that new found power. After looking thru the pole barn out back he found his old mag wheels from the black sheep he built years before and slapped em on. He also figured he should do something about the holes in the floor so he plained some lumber and made his own pine floor! Only thing left to do now is test it in the dirt!


1957 Oldsmobile Super 88

1957 Oldsmobile Super 88

The 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 was a sublime blend of luxury and muscle. While its already-classic styling was enhanced by a few upgrades, mostly to the roofline and grille, the real treat for ’57 was the J-2 Golden Rocket engine, capable of an advertised 312hp. And to help celebrate Oldsmobile’s 50th anniversary that year, the engine color was turned to gold. Whether you were in the market for power or for a stylish ride, the ’57 Oldsmobile had it all.

1924 Mercedes Benz Targa Florio

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1924 Mercedes Benz Targa Florio White 1/18 Diecast Model Car by CMC

In 1923, the era of supercharged racing cars began. The Daimler factory in Untertürkheim of Stuttgart did not sit idle on this trend, and the development of a new supercharged vehicle soon got under way.

It was meant to develop a new racer for the 1924 Targa Florio, and Ferdinand Porsche was the new chief designer at Daimler Motor Company. Under his personal direction, a team of engineers conducted an in-depth look into the 1923 M7294 compressor engine and came up with some ground-breaking upgrades. As a result, the mximum output was pushed up to 126 hp (even to 150 hp in late 1924). This was made possible by relocating the compressor –  Roots blower – to the front of the engine. When more power was needed, it could be obtained by a forceful step on the gas pedal. This would trigger the mechanic action or movement to bring the output from a normal 68 hp up to 126 hp.

Shortly before the start the german race cars that according to the FIA specifications until 1970 had normally to be painted in white were repainted in red- with this trick Mercedes could successfully prevent that the vehicles were thrown at the many local crossings in Sicily by Italian fans with stones. Only with this trick was it possible to win the double victory.

Also at CMC, we decided at the last minute to repaint one of the models, the M-206. So this will not be delivered as previously planned in red but in white, as it was also thought by Mercedes initially.

We also succeeded in finding new and previously unknown archive material.

On this historically unique basis, we have adapted the vehicles. So they have outside gasoline pipes and, most importantly, on the new knowledge following, correct narrow racing tires. Also today we are sure that the vehicles were carrying two spare wheels at the rear and considered this accordingly.

With this variant we offer you a model complete in white, without starting numbers.


1956 Maserati 300S Rennsportwagen Roadster

1956 Maserati 300S Rennsportwagen Roadster RHD (Right-Hand Drive) Red 1/18 Diecast Model Car by CMC

In the vicissitudes of its history, Maserati was always committed to road races. 1955 saw the company, famous for its trident logo, come up with the 300 S, a racing car that never failed to
clinch top finishes, including many victories, in international races.

The fame and glory brought by the 300 S, together with its commercial successes, made the vehicle one of the most successful race cars in the company history of Maserati.


The Maserati 300 S, which incorporated many features of the Maserati 250 F, a successful Formula 1 precursor, quickly achieved the reputation of being a very competitive sports car. In addition, it was decked out in beautiful bodywork by Carrozzeria Fantuzzi. Numerous private racing teams and famous drivers of the time celebrated impressive successes with the 300 S on its immensely powerful 260 hp six-cylinder in-line-engine.

Our original car was a right-hand drive, just like all 300 S became designed with this steering-system. Built in 1956 with a semi long nose body, and closed air inlets below the head lights. The sidewise installed air vent grids are unique features of that original car. Some other special features are the 5-gear drive and the beautiful wavelike designed windshield frame. Both of those features became only installed two times during the complete production time of the 26 (27) 300 S units ever produced. Also the two leather straps, meant for the fastening of the engine hood, became installed in an extraordinary angel to the fenders.

CMC recreated the aforementioned details in a way that bespeaks her commitment to quality and authenticity. A case in point is the drum brake, which is a masterpiece of replication. The star-shaped zinc alloy drum housing was equipped with cooling fins and staggered holes to facilitate the dissipation of heat and the drainage of splash water. Just remove the wheels from your model, and you will see that CMC replicated those parts true to the original. You will also find how a CMC model lives up to your dream once more.


  • Hand-assembled metal precision model composed of 1,838 single parts
  • Authentic and true-to-scale replication of the car body with a semi-longnose front
  • Detail-exact lateral air vent grilles
  • Precisely-replicated metal tube frame
  • Removable bonnet with locking latches and open-cut cooling slots
  • Two real leather straps provide additional fastening for the hood
  • Gas and oil tank made of stainless steel plate. Each has its edges trimmed with rows of rivet arrangement and is equipped with a cap that can open
  • 6-cylinder in-line-engine complete with all aggregates
  • Wheels with hand-assembled stainless steel spokes, each being mounted on a nipple
  • Screwable central locking nut with righ- / left hand threat
  • A ground-breaking wheel system that incorporates the engineering of ball bearings
  • Bucket seats are covered in real leather
  • A dashboard replicated true to the original and distinctive with blue-colored dials
  • Exact replication of the floor interior, including pipes of the oil cooling system
  • Perfect replication of the ripped drum brakes in zinc alloy
  • Functional front single wheel suspension on a triangular control arm made of metal
  • Rear axle with cross compound spring and control arms made of metal
  • Complete installation of brake and fuel lines, including the electric fuel pump and filter
  • Brilliant high-gloss finish and crystal-clear Maserati logo