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The Lansdowne Collection White Metal Model Cars

The Lansdowne Collection White Metal Model Cars

First Introduced in 1993, Lansdowne Models are a collection of popular British classics spanning over 40 years of British motor history. Manufactured by Brooklin Models in Bath, Avon.

These models are hand-crafted from original plans and patterns and are individually painted in authentic colours with chromed brightwork, white wall tyres where applicable and simulated glass windows.

1939 Bentley Embiricos Road Car LDM105E - Lansdowne Models

1939 Bentley Embiricos Road Car LDM105E - Lansdowne Models

 
1939 Bentley Embiricos Road Car from Lansdowne Models.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1949 Triumph Roadster - LDM37B- Lansdowne Models

1949 Triumph Roadster - LDM37B- Lansdowne Models

 
A torquey tourer rather than a true sports car, the Triumph Roadster with its ‘Dickey-Seat’ fold out was one of the most memorable British cars of the post-war years.

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1936 Bentley Park Ward LDM108 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley Park Ward LDM108 - Lansdowne Models

 
1936 Bentley Park Ward from Lansdowne Models.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1938 MG VA LDM84A - Lansdowne Models

1938 MG VA LDM84A - Lansdowne Models

 
The VA was MGs entry into the 1.5 litre sporting saloon car market, going up against the SS Jaguar , Riley and Triumph. It has always been intended that a small brother to the larger SA would be built and the VA was begun in 1935. With bodywork designed by Cecil Kimber and a 1548cc engine shared with the Wolseley 12/48 the new small MG saloon was offered at around £300.

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1953 Jowett Javelin  LDM26A - Lansdowne Models

1953 Jowett Javelin LDM26A - Lansdowne Models

 
The Jowett Javelin was introduced in 1947. The work of Gerald Palmer who would go on to produce another classic in the shape of the MG Magnette, the Javelin incorporated a number of advanced features which put it firmly ahead of its British competitors.

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1957 Riley 1.5  LDM77A - Lansdowne Models

1957 Riley 1.5 LDM77A - Lansdowne Models

 
The Riley 1.5 and its slightly more staid cousin, the Wolseley 1500, appeared in 1957, giving both marques a much-needed presence in the small luxury car market. The 1500 concept had its beginnings in 1951 with a proposed restyle of the Morris Minor. Due to healthy sales of the original Minor design the restyle was shelved but the project continued until the decision was made to use the BMC 'B' series engine, move the car upmarket and provide two separate versions.

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1935 Triumph Gloria Vitesse Sports Saloon LDM66A - Lansdowne Models

1935 Triumph Gloria Vitesse Sports Saloon LDM66A - Lansdowne Models

 
The Vitesse Sports Saloon, although very closely related under the skin, was a conventionally designed car, which bore a resemblance to the SS and MGSA along with other sporting saloons such as the AC Greyhound and Jensen S Type.

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1947 MG Saloon Y Type LDM28A - Lansdowne Models

1947 MG Saloon Y Type LDM28A - Lansdowne Models

 
The first Y-Type off the production line in 1947 cost around £671.00, a considerable proportion of which was purchase tax.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI LDM82A - Lansdowne Models

1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI LDM82A - Lansdowne Models

 
1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1958 Hillman

1958 Hillman "Jubliee" Minx - Factory Special LDM48X - Lansdowne Models

 
1958 Hillman "Jubliee" Minx - Factory Special from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1956 Hillman Minx series 1 - LDM48A - Lansdowne Models

1956 Hillman Minx series 1 - LDM48A - Lansdowne Models

 
The series 1 Minx lasted a year before the Jubilee Minx made its bow, again in three body variations. Details were slightly fussier - and would become more so with subsequent face-lifts. The original Series 1 Minx is remembered for being the cleanest lined and most attractive of a style which ran, with modifications, from 1956 to 1966. It is also the rarest with less than 20 road-going examples of the saloon known to the Owners Club.

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1947 Bedford Utilicon Loudspeaker Van LDM98 - Lansdowne Models

1947 Bedford Utilicon Loudspeaker Van LDM98 - Lansdowne Models

1947 Bedford Utilicon Loudspeaker Van from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1954 Wolseley 6/90 Series I   LDM60A - Lansdowne Models

1954 Wolseley 6/90 Series I LDM60A - Lansdowne Models

 
At just over £1,000 in total the 6/90 was competitively priced and reasonably well. The car also found favour with police forces, taking over from the 6/80. This model ran until 1959 before making way for the Farina-styled 6/99.

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1936 Railton Cobham Saloon LDM79A - Lansdowne Models

1936 Railton Cobham Saloon LDM79A - Lansdowne Models

 
Railton began producing cars in 1933. Arising from the remnants of the old Invicta Company, the factory was situated in Capt. Noel Macklin’s garden at Cobham. The idea of using a large unstressed American or Canadian engine coupled with bespoke British coachwork was not unique to Railton with a select group of other small manufacturers like Jensen, Lammas-Graham, Atalanta and Brough joining in the fun. These ‘Anglo-American Bastards’ as the type became known, enjoyed a degree of success through the 1930s.

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1936 Bentley Barker Sedan LDM106 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley Barker Sedan LDM106 - Lansdowne Models

 
1936 Bentley Barker Sedan from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1936 Bentley 41/4 litre Concealed D.H.C. LDM81A - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley 41/4 litre Concealed D.H.C. LDM81A - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley 41/4 litre Concealed D.H.C. from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1948 Austin 16HP Saloon LDM104 - Lansdowne Models

1948 Austin 16HP Saloon LDM104 - Lansdowne Models

 
1948 Austin 16HP Saloon from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1948 Aston Martin DB1 LDM102 - Lansdowne Models

1948 Aston Martin DB1 LDM102 - Lansdowne Models

 
1948 Aston Martin DB1 from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1939 Bentley Embiricoc 1949 Le Mans LDM105B - Lansdowne Models

1939 Bentley Embiricoc 1949 Le Mans LDM105B - Lansdowne Models

 
1939 Bentley Embiricoc 1949 Le Mans from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1937 Jensen 3.5 S Type Convertible LDM103 - Lansdowne Models

1937 Jensen 3.5 S Type Convertible LDM103 - Lansdowne Models

 
1937 Jensen 3.5 S Type Convertible from Lansdowne Models.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1957 Ford Zephyr 'Farnham' Estate LDM101 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Ford Zephyr 'Farnham' Estate LDM101 - Lansdowne Models

 
1957 Ford Zephyr 'Farnham' Estate from Lansdowne Models.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1969 Austin A60 Suntor Camper Van LDM100 - Lansdowne Models

1969 Austin A60 Suntor Camper Van LDM100 - Lansdowne Models

 
1969 Austin A60 Suntor Camper Van from Lansdowne Models.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1957 Hillman Husky Series I LDM99 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Hillman Husky Series I LDM99 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Hillman Husky Series I from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1937 Bentley Saloon LDM97 - Lansdowne Models

1937 Bentley Saloon LDM97 - Lansdowne Models

1937 Bentley Saloon from the Lansdowne Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1956 Aston Martin DB 2-4 MKII Convertible LDM96 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Aston Martin DB 2-4 MKII Convertible LDM96 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Aston Martin DB 2-4 MKII Convertible from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1965 Bristol 408 LDM95 - Lansdowne Models

1965 Bristol 408 LDM95 - Lansdowne Models

1965 Bristol 408 from Lansdowne Models. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1966 Sunbeam Tiger LDM94 - Lansdowne Models

1966 Sunbeam Tiger LDM94 - Lansdowne Models

The Sunbeam Alpine was a success right from debut in 1959. With its Hillman Husky floorpan, mechanicals from the Rootes parts bin and Ford Thunderbird-inspired styling it was a very attractive car. However, there was always a feeling that the Alpine could do with a little more performance, particularly on the American market. The rather staid AC Ace had been transformed into the Cobra by squeezing a Ford V8 under the bonnet and sales were dramatic. It was decided to follow this format.

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1936 Bentley Coupe LDM93 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley Coupe LDM93 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley Coupe from the Lansdowne Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1956 Ford Zephyr MkII Saloon LDM92 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Ford Zephyr MkII Saloon LDM92 - Lansdowne Models

The Zephyr was the middle sister of 'The Three Graces', as Ford termed its new range of large family cars. Larger in every respect than the models they replaced the Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac offered commodious family transport with true transatlantic styling. For the first time the Zodiac was offered was a convertible like its lesser siblings. The distinctive egg-crate grille of the Zephyr only lasted a year before being replaced by a less interesting thin-barred design.

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1936 Riley Adelphi LDM91 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Riley Adelphi LDM91 - Lansdowne Models

Less flamboyant than the Art Deco Kestrel, more modern than the traditional Lynx, and more conservative than the svelte Continental, the Adelphi represented the middle ground of Riley's mid 1930's cars. With its handbuilt wood-framed coachwork, centre lock wire wheels and high-efficiency engine the Adelphi was a most desirable sporting saloon.

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1960 Bristol 406 LDM90 - Lansdowne Models

1960 Bristol 406 LDM90 - Lansdowne Models

The Bristol 406 which was introduced in 1957 had completely new styling which lacked the rounded looks of its predecessor. It was also the last Bristol to employ the well tried 6 cylinder engine, albeit in modified form, before American V8 power took over. The same basic body design with subtle modiciations would last right through to the 411.

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1957 Aston Martin DB2-4 mkII LDM89 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Aston Martin DB2-4 mkII LDM89 - Lansdowne Models

When David Brown took over Aston Martin in the last 1940s, the DB2 was the first Aston Martin to use the excellent 2.5 litre Lagonda engine that had been designed by W.O. Bentley. Intended as a rapid Touring car the DB2 became successful in competition also. By 1955 the DB2-4 Series 11 was equipped with a 2922cc version of the original Lagonda unit and was good for 120 mph with a 0-50 mph time of a whisker over 8 seconds.

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1957 Hillman Minx Series I Estate LDM88 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Hillman Minx Series I Estate LDM88 - Lansdowne Models

The new Series 1 Hillman Minx was launched in 1956 and demand quickly exceeded supply. The station wagon followed in June 1957, only to be replaced by the Series 11 Jubilee range two months later, meaning the Series 1 Estate had a very short production run indeed. None of these early wagons are thought to have survived although the station wagon version remained unchanged bar trim details in both Hillman and Singer variants until 1962.

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1939 Lagonda V12 Long Saloon LDM87 - Lansdowne Models

1939 Lagonda V12 Long Saloon LDM87 - Lansdowne Models

The Lagondas of the mid to late 1930s were magnificent cars designed by none other than W.O. Bentley. The LG45 series was available in both short and long versions with both saloon and convertible options. The Rapide (LDM 78) shared the same V12 engine as the saloons, although shared no common body parts.

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1950 Humber Super Snipe LDM86 - Lansdowne Models

1950 Humber Super Snipe LDM86 - Lansdowne Models

In 1948 Rootes Group's large Humbers were given a facelift with extensive front end styling influenced by the Loewy Studios. Available in saloon and long wheelbase forms as before, a convertible was also now offered. Coachwork was entrusted not to Thrupp and Maberley but Tickford who specialised in convertibles. Not many convertibles were built and restored examples are highly prized today.

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1973 Bristol 411 Series III LDM85 - Lansdowne Models

1973 Bristol 411 Series III LDM85 - Lansdowne Models

The 1970s marked the high point of Bristol's large American V8-powered sports saloons. Immediately recognisable by its modified front end with twin headlights, the 411 Series 111 was a high performance express for those who were lucky enough to be able to afford it.

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1936 Bentley 4 Litre Concealed D.H.C. LDM81 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Bentley 4¼ Litre Concealed D.H.C. LDM81 - Lansdowne Models

This magnificent motor car was built for Woolf Barnato by H.J. Mulliner. Originally mounted on a 1934, 3½ litre chassis, Barnato was so pleased with the car that he asked Mulliner to transfer the body to the new 4 ¼ litre chassis. Finished in silver-blue with a dark blue interior the Concealed Drophead Coupe featured wood finished trim along the top of the doors and across the car behind the rear seats. The hood was concealed under a metal panel.

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1972 Bristol 411 Series II LDM80 - Lansdowne Models

1972 Bristol 411 Series II LDM80 - Lansdowne Models

When John Bolster road tested the Bristol 411 in 1972 he described the car as ‘memorable’ and observed that it was the fastest genuine touring saloon on the market, beating the mighty Mercedes-Benz 300SEL. With a 6.3litre Chrysler engine coupled to the same company’s torque-flite automatic box the 411 could reach 0-50 in 5.1 seconds and go on to a top speed of 138 mph. Hand-built in Bristol, all Bristol cars were, and still are, constructed to the very highest standards.

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1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide D.H.C. LDM78 - Lansdowne Models

1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide D.H.C. LDM78 - Lansdowne Models

1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide D.H.C. from the Lansdowne Models Collection.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1955 Sunbeam Rapier MkI LDM76 - Lansdowne Models

1955 Sunbeam Rapier MkI LDM76 - Lansdowne Models

First of Rootes Audax designs and a new departure for Sunbeam. Later versions would become a rally legend.

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1930 Vintage Bentley LDM75 - Lansdowne Models

1930 Vintage Bentley LDM75 - Lansdowne Models

The 8 litre was W.O. Bentley's finest moment. Unfortunately this magnificent automobile couldn't save the company from bankruptcy.

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1937 Riley 1.5 Continental 4-Door LDM74 - Lansdowne Models

1937 Riley 1.5 Continental 4-Door LDM74 - Lansdowne Models

A beautiful car from the Riley stable which formed a strong range along with the Adelphi and Lynx.

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1965 Triumph Herald 13/60 Estate LDM73 - Lansdowne Models

1965 Triumph Herald 13/60 Estate LDM73 - Lansdowne Models

The original Herald made its bow in 1959. By 1967 the car had been updated and was still selling well.

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1958 Riley 2.6 LDM72 - Lansdowne Models

1958 Riley 2.6 LDM72 - Lansdowne Models

The last large Riley saloon which was really a dressed up Wolseley 6/90.

Sales were poor and production lasted two years.

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1957 Wolseley 1500  LDM71A - Lansdowne Models

1957 Wolseley 1500 LDM71A - Lansdowne Models

 
Along with its Riley cousin, the 1500 was based on the Morris Minor floorplan. Luxury motoring on a budget.

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1957 Wolseley 15/50  LDM70 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Wolseley 15/50 LDM70 - Lansdowne Models

The Wolseley 4/44 was introduced in 1952 with bodywork by Gerald Palmer and a power unit closely resembling the MG YB saloon. The MG Magnette which followed soon after, shared the same basic bodywork.

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1979 Ford Cortina Mkiv Ghia Estate LDM68A - Lansdowne Models

1979 Ford Cortina Mkiv Ghia Estate LDM68A - Lansdowne Models

The Cortina Mk 1V was a reskinned Mk111 and the work of Uwe Bahnsen.Our model represents a Ghia Estate version of 1979. Ghia had originally been an Italian Styling concern producing special coachwork for a variety of companies. After the company's purchase by Ford this once proud name was reduced to an up-market trim option.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

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1949 Humber Super Snipe III Saloon LDM67 - Lansdowne Models

1949 Humber Super Snipe III Saloon LDM67 - Lansdowne Models

The Humber Super Snipe MK I appeared in 1945 and ran for three years. In 1949 the model was extensively revised with a new front end which was the same as the Pullman limousine. The Loewy Studio were heavily involved in the restyle. The MK III was essentially the same with rear wheel spats and some changes to the rear suspension. Touring limousine and convertible bodies were also available and the MK III lasted until 1952 before being replaced by the all new MK IV.

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1951 Bentley VI  LDM64A - Lansdowne Models

1951 Bentley VI LDM64A - Lansdowne Models

Received well by the buying public, the Mk VI was also greeted with enthusiasm by the various coachbuilders associated with the marque and within a couple of years such makers as James Young and H.J. Mulliner were offering special coachwork on the MkVI chassis.At the end of 1951 the MkVI engine was slightly enlarged and the following year the Continental Sports Saloon was added to the range, at first for export only.In 1953 the MkVI was replaced by the R type which featured lengthened bodywork aft of the rear wheels.

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1938 A/C 16/80 Sports Roadster LDM63A - Lansdowne Models

1938 A/C 16/80 Sports Roadster LDM63A - Lansdowne Models

To style the new sports model, the Hurlock brothers consulted Freddie March, a keen Brooklands racer and future Goodwood circuit founder. March’s inspired designs set the style for this desirable sports car range that AC marketed as ‘The Saville Row of Motordom.’ The 16/80 was very successful in all types of pre-war competition including both rallies and trials. Counting the supercharged 16/90 model, just 44 of these desirable two-seaters were produced between 1936-39. This model was based on the car now owned by Lord March, the grandson of its original stylist

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1937 Jensen 3 Litre S Type LDM61 - Lansdowne Models

1937 Jensen 3½ Litre S Type LDM61 - Lansdowne Models

British styling combined with large American engines proved popular. Jensen was one of a number of small companies to use this formula along with Railton, Atalanta and Allard.The S Type usually used a Ford V8 of just over 3 and a half litres. At around £700 it was not a cheap car, competing with the likes of Alvis, British Salmson, and the more overtly sporting Frazer-Nash.Our rendition is finished in Blue.

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1956 Ford Prefect LDM59 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Ford Prefect LDM59 - Lansdowne Models

These new small cars from Ford were replacements for the old 'sit-up-and-beg' Anglia and Prefect which were pre-war designs. Bodywork was entirely new with marked styling cues from the larger Consul which had been introduced three years earlier. The two-door Anglia provided basic transport whilst the four-door Prefect offered a little more luxury. Engines for both were 1172cc side valve units mated to three speed gearboxes. Our rendition is finished in Lichfield Green.

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1949 Lagonda 2.6 Litre D.H.C. LDM58A - Lansdowne Models

1949 Lagonda 2.6 Litre D.H.C. LDM58A - Lansdowne Models

Designed by W.O. Bentley, the Lagonda two-and-a-half litre was hailed as a very advanced design.With the transmission mounted within the depth of the chassis frame a flat floor was possible, the floor unit of the body being attached to the frame on rubber mountings. A saloon and drop-head coupe were available with bodies manufactured by Briggs.Our model is finished in Pale Metallic Green, the colour used for the car illustrated in Lagonda's publicity on the car's launch.

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1979 Ford Cortina Mk IV SALOON LDM56 - Lansdowne Models

1979 Ford Cortina Mk IV SALOON LDM56 - Lansdowne Models

When the first Cortina arrived in 1962 it caused a sensation. It was bigger than other cars in its class, yet was lighter and cheaper with large range of derivatives, trim styles and engines. Over a million Cortinas were produced during the first four years of the car's life. The Mark 2 Cortina also ran for four years, whilst the Mark 3, more aggressively styled and owing much to Detroit, although still the same length, lasted for six. Our model represents the L four door saloon and is finished in Bermuda Blue.

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1939 MG SA LDM53A - Lansdowne Models

1939 MG SA LDM53A - Lansdowne Models

In the mid 1930s MG decided to enter the big sporting saloon car market. This model, which competed directly with Jaguar's new SS saloon, used a similar engine to Wolseley's 18-85, thus showing the increasing influence of Morris within the company. Styling was clean and dramatic with a long bonnet and sweeping front wings. The interior featured leather trimmed seating and wooden dash and door cappings, decorated with thin marquetry inlay.

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1936-39 MG SA Saloon LDM53 - Lansdowne Models

1936-39 MG SA Saloon LDM53 - Lansdowne Models

In the mid 1930s MG decided to enter the big sporting saloon car market. This model, which competed directly with Jaguar's new SS saloon, used a similar engine to Wolseley's 18-85, thus showing the increasing influence of Morris within the company. Styling was clean and dramatic with a long bonnet and sweeping front wings. The interior featured leather trimmed seating and wooden dash and door cappings, decorated with thin marquetry inlay.

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1956 Austin A90 - LDM52 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Austin A90 - LDM52 - Lansdowne Models

The Austin A90 six Westminster first appeared in 1954 as a larger version of the Cambridge. The A90 shared similar styling cues with its smaller sibling but only the doors were shared. This new model was notable in having a brand new 2.6 litre 6-cylinder engine that would also be shared with Morris and Wolseley models.

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1936 Morris Ten-Four Series II LDM51 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Morris Ten-Four Series II LDM51 - Lansdowne Models

The Morris 10-4 Series 2 was introduced in 1935 to much critical acclaim. Described as being 'a streamlined design, without being in any way extreme' the new model entered a market place with plenty of competition. The car was noted for its roominess and performance was average with a top speed of 61 mph. At £183 the saloon was well priced and if added glamour was required the very attractive Coupe would set you back £215.

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1957 Humber Hawk Estate LDM50 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Humber Hawk Estate LDM50 - Lansdowne Models

Heavily influenced by American designs, notably the 1955 Chevrolet, the new Humber was a handsome vehicle in both saloon and wagon forms. New engines were used for both the Hawk and Super Snipe versions. As with other models in the Rootes family, station wagons were offered in their own unique colour combinations, which were not available on their saloon siblings.

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1936 Railton Fairmile drop head coupe LDM47 - Lansdowne Models

1936 Railton Fairmile drop head coupe LDM47 - Lansdowne Models

The Railton was the first British car to employ traditional coachwork with an unstressed American engine, in this case Hudson. Performance was startling with sub 10 second times to 60mph and top speeds touching 90. In 1934 just over 200 cars were built, and the following year nearly 400.

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1948 Sunbeam Talbot Ten - LDM46 - Lansdowne Models

1948 Sunbeam Talbot Ten - LDM46 - Lansdowne Models

The Sunbeam-Talbot Ten first appeared in 1938 when it was advertised as being ‘Britain’s most exclusive light car’. It was, in fact, a development of the earlier Talbot 10 Colour: Medium grey metallic.

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1958 Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire 234  LDM45 - Lansdowne Models

1958 Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire 234 LDM45 - Lansdowne Models

These new ‘small’ Armstrong Siddeley saloons were announced in time for the 1955 Earls Court Motor Show. The 234 was deemed to be a sporting saloon with 120 BHP and a claimed top speed of 100 mph. Colour: Powder blue.

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1948 Austin Atlantic Convertible LDM44 - Lansdowne Models

1948 Austin Atlantic Convertible LDM44 - Lansdowne Models

The Atlantic was a serious attempt to take on the American Market but proved to be a disastrous failure with only 350 examples finding American Buyers. Today, the Atlantic is considered a true collectible although its styling still divides opinion as no other Austin has done. Colour: Ensign Red with cream interior.

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1960 Bedford CA canopy pick-up LDM43 - Lansdowne Models

1960 Bedford CA canopy pick-up LDM43 - Lansdowne Models

This unusual variant on the well-loved CA Bedford is a very rare sight today. The model came as standard with no interior bulkhead, leaving the driver and passenger area open for passers-by to climb in! Colour: Dark Orange.

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1939-48 Wolseley 18/85 series lll   LDM42 - Lansdowne Models

1939-48 Wolseley 18/85 series lll LDM42 - Lansdowne Models

This Saloon first appeared at the end of 1938 and was one of the generation of British cars that spanned the war years. Very popular with Police Forces.

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1960 Austin Gipsy LDM40 - Lansdowne Models

1960 Austin Gipsy LDM40 - Lansdowne Models

The Austin Gipsy first appeared in 1958 as a direct competitor to the established Land Rover.

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1965 Bedford CA van LDM39 - Lansdowne Models

1965 Bedford CA van LDM39 - Lansdowne Models

The Bedford CA vans were introduced in 1952 and during its long production life of some 17 years, over 370,000 examples were built.

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1971 Vauxhall Viscount LDM38 - Lansdowne Models

1971 Vauxhall Viscount LDM38 - Lansdowne Models

Launched as the new car for 1967, the PC Viscount was the top of the range flagship model, with all the extras of the PC Cresta fitted as standard equipment.

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1949 Triumph Roadster 'top up' - LDM37a - Lansdowne Models

1949 Triumph Roadster 'top up' - LDM37a - Lansdowne Models

A torquey tourer rather than a true sports car, the Triumph Roadster with its ‘Dickey-Seat’ fold out was one of the most memorable British cars of the post-war years.

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1952 Morris Minor series II - LDM36 - Lansdowne Models

1952 Morris Minor series II - LDM36 - Lansdowne Models

The main changes to this series of Minor, were the higher set headlights, seperate sidelights positioned alongside the grille, twin windscreen wipers and one piece bumpers. Needless to say this was a very popular car and has a very cult following today.

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1965 Bedford Dormobile LDM33A - Lansdowne Models

1965 Bedford Dormobile LDM33A - Lansdowne Models

This tough, reliable and attractive motor caravan conversion was a compactly designed, self-contained vehicle which combined car performance with caravan accommodation. Standard equipment included, gas cooker, wash basin, 6-gallon water tank, large folding table, wooden cabinets and wardrobes to name but a few.

Finished in light maroon.

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1947 Bristol 400  LDM31A - Lansdowne Models

1947 Bristol 400 LDM31A - Lansdowne Models

The Bristol 400 appeared immediately after the Second World War A combination of BMW influence and aircraft construction experience ensured a beautifully made and rapid car. Powered by a 2-litre engine, developing 80 bhp, the Bristol 400, tested by Motor magazine in 1949, reached a maximum of 94 mph. Rack and pinion steering added to the car’s sporting qualities.

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1947 MG Saloon 'Y' Type LDM28 - Lansdowne Models

1947 MG Saloon 'Y' Type LDM28 - Lansdowne Models

The first Y-Type off the production line in 1947 cost around £671.00, a considerable proportion of which was purchase tax. Described as the 'one and a quarter' saloon (referring to the 1 1/4-litre) it was a 'very capable and obliging car' and could show a clean pair of heels.

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1954 Zephyr Zodiac LDM7C - Lansdowne Models

1954 Zephyr Zodiac LDM7C - Lansdowne Models

 
Introduced as an upmarket Zephyr Six, the Zodiac offered luxurious transport at an affordable price.

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1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide LDM78x - Lansdowne Models

1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide LDM78x - Lansdowne Models

1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide from the Lansdowne Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

Factory Special, Limited numbers available.

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About Lansdowne Models


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About Lansdowne Models

First Introduced in 1993, Lansdowne Models are a collection of popular British classics spanning over 40 years of British motor history. Manufactured by Brooklin Models in Bath, Avon.

The Brooklin collection is an evolving series of 1:43 scale models from America's automotive past - perhaps the most influential cars in the world. These models are precision cast in heavy white metal from handcrafted patterns and painted individually in authentic colours with chromed brightwork, white wall tyres where applicable and simulated glass windows. The Brooklin Collection represents over four decades of the American Automotive industry with new models being introduced on a regular basis and are acknowledged as being the best value-for-money, hand built collectables in the world.

Brooklin Models are recognised as the world's leading manufacturer of 1:43 scale, collectable, white metal model automobiles and trucks. Cast in white metal, the 'weighty', realistic feel to our models make them highly desirable and collectable.

They have made many recent enhancements and additions throughout the entire range and with continued development of their skills and methods in manufacturing, we believe the end product is more realistic than ever.

All Brooklin models are carefully hand-built, often involving many individual pieces. The average production run for a model over a five year period rarely exceed 3,000 units, compared to die-cast, which are produced in hundreds of thousands. This naturally gives Brooklin models a much higher collectable and rairity factor.

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