New collection of miniature trucks from Altaya
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New Altaya collection of miniature trucks

Altaya will launch the collection "Articulated Trucks" in an unprecedented way in Spain during the second half of January. The miniatures represent the most iconic articulated trucks of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s and are made of metal and injected plastic at 1/43 scale. With decorations faithful to the original models, the replicas will preferably focus on commercial brands known to the general public.

The collection, the information of which is available clicking here, It is made up of 60 deliveries and each one of them includes:

1- A replica of a 1/43 scale articulated truck. The miniature is large: the length of the first models is more than 30 centimeters.

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- A booklet made by specialists, which delves into the history of the truck (performance, design, versions, technical sheet, among other aspects) and offers detailed information on the brand, the large fleets, the most important events, the most important routes. long ...

The first four deliveries are the Pegaso Mofletes, the Barreiros Super Azor Gran Ruta, the Pegaso 2011/50 and the Unic MZ36 TCA “Auteuil”. The collection is completed with other models such as the Ebro B 45, the Berliet TR 12, the Berliet TBO Turbo, the DAF Kromhout or the Somua JL 17.

The collection can be purchased at the kiosk, under a guaranteed subscription or via subscription at Planeta DeAgostini, to receive it at home. Precisely for subscribers there are a series of exclusive gifts, namely a series of three prints created by the artist Diego Serrano or the sets formed by the cab of the 1950 Kenworth Bullnose truck and the 350 Peterbilt 1952 truck, as well as the Navajo trailers. Freight lines and Mackie The Mover.

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Javier Romagosa

Written by Javier Romagosa

My name is Javier Romagosa. My father has always been passionate about historic vehicles and I have inherited his hobby, while growing up among classic cars and motorcycles. I have studied journalism and continue to do so as I want to become a university professor and change the world ... View all

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