The Brown Ford Convertible Car Model


Relive the elegance of the 1937 Ford Convertible from “King Ottokar’s Sceptre” with the latest 1/24 scale diecast model from Moulinsart in collaboration with Hachette. This magnificent brown convertible, a testament to Hergé’s love for vehicles, is a striking addition to the collection. The diecast cars, twice the size of the previous 1/43 scale models, shine brilliantly and boast incredible detail, faithfully capturing Hergé’s masterful pen strokes. Presented in a Perspex case with an adventurous design and a bilingual brochure in French and English.



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Journey back to the pages of “King Ottokar’s Sceptre” with the stunning 1937 Ford Convertible, now immortalized in a 1/24 scale diecast model by Moulinsart in collaboration with Hachette. This brown beauty, reflecting Hergé’s distinct love for vehicles, captures the elegance and sophistication of a bygone era.

In 2008, Moulinsart and Editions Atlas introduced a collection of diecast 1/43 scale model cars, encompassing all seventy vehicles from Tintin’s adventures. Now, this new collaboration with Hachette brings forth a series of 1/24 scale models – bigger, shining like the sun, with wheels that actually turn. The incredible attention to detail ensures that every nuance from Hergé’s masterful pen strokes is faithfully represented.

The brown 1937 Ford Convertible, a standout from “King Ottokar’s Sceptre,” takes its place among these magnificent models. Each car is presented in a Perspex case, featuring a design that accentuates the adventurous spirit of Tintin’s journeys. The box dimensions, measuring 26 cm x 12 cm x 12 cm, highlight the larger scale of these collector’s items.

Crafted from painted metal with resin and plastic components, these diecast cars stand as a testament to the artistry of Hergé. The bilingual brochure in French and English adds depth to the collector’s experience, offering insights into the historical and artistic significance of each model.

You can’t escape my friend! I’ll truss you like a turkey!
Tintin in America