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The Caravan Model

£64.95

Experience the luxury of the caravan ride with Tintin and Snowy in the latest 1/24 scale diecast model cars from Moulinsart in collaboration with Hachette. This collection, inspired by Hergé’s passion for vehicles, brings to life the magic of Tintin’s adventures. The Red Triumph, separately sold from The Black Island, adds an extra layer of authenticity to this stunning series, presented in a Perspex case with an adventurous design, complemented by a bilingual brochure in French and English.

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Step into the world of Tintin with the latest offering from Moulinsart in collaboration with Hachette – a series of diecast 1/24 scale model cars that exude luxury and authenticity. The collection captures the essence of Hergé’s love for vehicles, featuring iconic scenes like Tintin and Snowy hitching a ride in a comfortable caravan, soon to face unexpected twists.

In 2008, Moulinsart, in collaboration with Editions Atlas, introduced a range of diecast 1/43 scale model cars, reflecting all seventy vehicles from Tintin’s adventures. Fast forward to the present, and this new collection of 1/24 scale models is twice the size, shining like the sun, with wheels that actually go round. The meticulous attention to detail ensures that nothing from Hergé’s masterful pen strokes is overlooked.

The Red Triumph, available separately from The Black Island, adds a touch of authenticity to this captivating series. Each model is presented in a Perspex case, adorned with a design that highlights the adventurous spirit of Tintin’s journeys. The box dimensions, measuring 26 cm x 12 cm x 12 cm, showcase the larger scale of these magnificent models.

Crafted from painted metal with resin and plastic components, these diecast cars are a testament to Hergé’s artistic brilliance. The bilingual brochure in French and English enriches the collector’s experience, providing insights into the historical and artistic significance of each model.

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