Monthly Archives: June 2018

1:18 Road Car Biante New Announcements

The following models in 1:18 scale have just been announced and are available now to preorder. Place your preorders using the links below.

These models are expected to be released early in 2019 and are all priced at $250

Holden HQ Monaro Street Machine - Ultra Violet Metallic

Holden HQ Monaro Street Machine – Ultra Violet Metallic

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Holden HX Sandman Panelvan - Royal Plum Metallic

Holden HX Sandman Panelvan – Royal Plum Metallic

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 Holden LX Torana A9X Hatchback - Absinth Yellow

Holden LX Torana A9X Hatchback – Absinth Yellow

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All the above models feature fully opening doors, bonnet and boot and come with a limited edition certificate.

Preorders close Friday 29th June and a phone number is required for all preorders.

 

 

Biante 20TH Anniversary 1:18 New Announcements

The following models have been announced to mark the 20th Anniversary of Biante Model Cars. Holden VF Commodore Supercar - Biante 20TH Anniversary 1972 Bathurst Winner Retro Livery

 

Holden VF Commodore Supercar – Biante 20TH Anniversary 1972 Bathurst Winner Retro Livery

B18H18C $190

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PHONE NUMBER REQUIRED FOR ALL PREORDERS PLEASE.

For our Holden fans, we’ve replicated and adapted the famous 28C Bathurst Winner livery onto the last Supercar based on a locally produced Holden. The VF Commodore.

The 1:18 will feature the standard opening doors and bonnet.
Together with the usual excellent detailing and stunning paintwork, this model should not be missed.
Produced in die cast, this model will be set to an exclusive limited edition based on order numbers and will come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
The 1:18 will form part of the Biante Peter Brock Collection.

 

Ford FGX Falcon Supercar - Biante 20TH Anniversary 1971 Bathurst Winner Retro Livery

Ford FGX Falcon Supercar – Biante 20TH Anniversary 1971 Bathurst Winner Retro Livery

B18F18B $190

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It’s been almost 20 years since Biante released the 1971 Bathurst Winner in 1:18 scale. It was October 1998 and marked the first time we released an Australian touring car model. It featured fully opening parts and most notably came with a certificate signed by Allan Moffat himself.
Although it was never officially part of the Biante Allan Moffat Collection, it definitely takes an honourable position for most collectors.
In recognition of this, and as part of our celebration of 20 years producing Australian model cars, we thought it was a perfect time to produce something special.
For our Ford fans, we’ve replicated and adapted the stunning 65E Bathurst Winner livery onto the last Supercar based on a locally produced Ford. The FGX Falcon.

The 1:18 will feature the standard opening doors and bonnet.
Together with the usual excellent detailing and stunning paintwork, this model should not be missed.
Produced in die cast, this model will be set to an exclusive limited edition based on order numbers and will come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Additionally, we’re also very proud to announce that Allan Moffat will be signing the certificate for the 1:18 version and it will form part of the Biante Allan Moffat Collection.

Release date is early 2019.

FPV BF GT – Toxic Green

FPV BF GT – Toxic Green

This model has been released and is available now to purchase.

The model number is BR18307E and it is priced at $195

Stock is very limited so if you want one grab it now so you don’t miss out.

Produced in high quality sealed body resin, the 1:18 Scale FPV BF GT is a finely crafted model. Despite being a sealed body model, the interior detail has been expertly replicated which can clearly be seen through the clear windows and the exterior lines are very sharp. The exterior finishing and colour of this model is a real standout also. The Toxic Green paint job is so impressive and it will simply be a beautiful collectors model to display.
It should be noted that the images featured here are of a prototype sample and there are numerous areas that need to be corrected prior to production. Overall though, the FPV GT is shaping up to be a real beauty and given it will be produced in a limited edition, it’s one that shouldn’t be missed.