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AMR was a French manufacturer of highly detailed handbuilt white metal models. The company is named after its founder André-Marie Ruf, who introduced his first model car in 1975: a Porsche 911 RSR Turbo in 1/43rd scale. In the following three decades, AMR released over 600 different models, mostly sports, racing and luxury cars from the 1950s to present in 1/43rd scale. The models were available ready-made or in kit form. In 1979, AMR was one of the first model car manufacturers to use photo-etched parts for small details. Numerous models were made for customers such as BAM (Boutique Auto Moto) and GYL in France, as well as Danhausen in Germany. Danhausen sold kits and built models made by AMR under various brand names such as Metal 43, Century, and also Minichamps, before this name was used for a range of Chinese-made diecast models from 1990 onwards. AMR remained in business with changing partnerships throughout the 1990s, and in 2003, the "Titan" range of 1/12th scale models was introduced, including a Ferrari 365 GTB/4 and a Ferrari 512 BB in racing liveries. André-Marie Ruf died in the following year, and the company closed down by the end of September 2005.

Ferrari P6
blue metallic, Turin Auto Show; Italy 1968
AMR (France)
white metal, scale 1:43; acquired 2021
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