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Heco was a French manufacturer of handbuilt resin models, mostly in 1/43rd scale. The company was founded under the name of "Heco Modèles" by Hervé Collombet in Saint-Etienne in 1979 and originally concentrated on classic luxury cars, mainly by Bugatti and Rolls-Royce. In the late 1980s, models of contemporary cars by Citroën, Renault, Peugeot and Seat were added to the range. These were produced in larger quantities and sold at moderate prices. In the 1990s, Heco rather focused on classic cars and high-end miniatures, which came in classy display cases, e.g. in the "Miniatures du Château" series. The range was further expanded with sports and racing cars by Ferrari, Porsche, and other makes, and some models were made in larger scales such as 1/24th and 1/12th. From 1998 onwards, all models were marketed under the "Heco Miniatures" name, and the focus was now on classic French luxury cars. The company closed down in 2012.

Renault 21 Turbo
red; France 1987
Heco (France), no. 80M
resin, scale 1:43; acquired 2021
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