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Pathfinder Models was a British manufacturer of handbuilt 1/43rd scale white metal models. The company was founded by Jeff Sharrock in the 1980s and focused on British saloons and sports cars from the 1940s to the 1970s; several models were based on cars owned by the Sharrock family. 36 different models were released in the standard range, usually in two color variations limited to 300-500 items each. In addition to this range, Pathfinder Models also made models commissioned by customers such as Viscount Models, G.W. Engineering in Yorkshire, Minicar 43 in Norway (British Ford cars from the 1960s) and Minor Motor Car in Amsterdam (Rover P5). The company's last model, a 1950 AC 2 litre, was introduced in 2002.

Vauxhall Viva HB
red; United Kingdom 1968
Pathfinder Models (United Kingdom), no. PFM 34
white metal, scale 1:43; acquired 2017
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