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The Italian firm Old Cars, based in Quarona in the Piemont region, started its career in 1978 with a series of five 1/43rd scale diecast antique cars, which remained in production for ten years. But from 1980 on, 1/43rd scale models of Italian vans, trucks, buses and construction vehicles have dominated the company's product range. The only exceptions were two historic Formula 1 racing cars (Talbot Lago and Maserati) issued in 1982, and the Ferrari models by Idea3, which were added to the range after that manufacturer had ceased production in the late 1980s. Unlike the classic road and racing cars, the models of the contemporary commercial vehicles soon proliferated and appeared in a multitude of versions and logo types (Fiat, Iveco, OM, Unic), including fire engines, ambulances, police and municipal vehicles, and racing car transporters.

Fiat Campagnola
Italian police (Carabinieri); Italy 1974
Old Cars (Italy), no. 30400
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2010
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