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, a German company founded in 1955 by Marcel Roskopf, originally manufactured plastic models of horse-drawn carriages, but soon specialized into military vehicles in 1/90th scale and smaller. A range of contemporary civilian trucks in 1/87th scale (Saurer, Mercedes-Benz, Büssing, Berliet and Renault) was introduced in 1982 and was soon followed by a series of models made after trucks and cars from the 1920s. In 1991 the company was sold to the Sieper Group who also owns the model car brands Wiking
. After the take-over, the Roskopf models were listed in the Wiking catalogue, but production gradually ceased in the 1990s.
Model manufacturer: Roskopf
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