Ducati Collection of 12 different 1/32 Scale Diecast Metal Models by NewRay

$ 74.99

This posting is for the whole set of 12 Ducati diecast metal models.

 

At 1/32 Scale each model is quite small, not because of the scale itself but because of the object itself.  Motorcycles are simply not that big.

 

 The good thing of a small model however, is that they are not that expensive and they take up less space, which for this particular collection is quite fitting. One could display a number of models within a few square inches.

 

 Each model comes attached (screwed) to a platform that is 4 inches by 2 inches. The model could be unattached from its base and be made to stand on its own kick stand, but the base does give the model extra support and the particular model info (model name and year) is printed in the platform. The racing bikes do not have kick stands, but they do include a bracket stand.

 

 The model itself is made of diecast metal with plastic parts such as the seat, wheels and minor details. The coloring and detail are very impressive for such a small model. One can see the little branding, engines, vents, logos and license plates as well a stop and signal lights.

 

 The models measure approximately 2.5 inches long, .75 inches wide and 1.5 inches high (from the ground to the top of the head light or wind shield.

 

 Each model comes in an individual window box that measures 4.5 inches long 2.25 inches wide and 2.5 inches high.

 

The NewRay Ducati collection at 1/32 consists of 12 pieces: 

  1. 1956 Siluro
  2. 1956 Marianna
  3. 1960 250 Bicilindrico
  4. 1970 Scrambler 450
  5. 1971 500 GP
  6. 1972 Imola
  7. 1973 750 Sport
  8. 1975 900 SS
  9. 1979 900 MH
  10. 1984 750F1
  11. 1988 851 Superbike
  12. 1992 888 SBK Falappa

Ducati Motor Holding S.p.A. is an Italian company that designs and manufactures motorcycles. Headquartered in Bologna, Italy, Ducati is owned by German automotive manufacturer Audi through its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini, which is all owned by theVolkswagen Group.[1]