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Praliné was a German range of 1/87th scale plastic models made by Model International. This company was founded in Walldorf near Frankfurt am Main in 1974 and originally produced white metal kits in 1/43rd and 1/87th scale under the names of Walldorf Miniaturen and Walldorf Mini. In the early 1980s, Model International started producing plastic models, and the Praliné range was introduced in 1982, with a focus on classic cars. The distribution of the Praliné Models was outsourced to Revell Germany in 1986, but this agreement only lasted for several years. In 1991, Praline relocated to St. Georgen in the Black Forest area, but already moved to Schönheide in Saxony in the following year. In addition to the 1/87th scale models, Praliné released a 1/43rd scale diecast model in 1991: a reedition of the Opel Manta made by Ziss in the 1970s. The company went bankrupt in December 1993 and was taken over by Busch in January 1994. The new owner continued production of a part of the Praliné models, with improved details.

Opel Manta
dark green; Germany 1975
Praliné (Germany)
diecast, scale 1:43; acquired 2017
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