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Models of the future

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Would you like to influence the models of the future? Spa Croft Models is inviting you to take part in a survey to establish which of the cars listed below would make the most popular additions to Lansdowne Models’ 1/43 white metal range.

The British classics included in the survey are:
• Ford Consul Mk.I
• Vauxhall Cresta PB
• Vauxhall Victor 101 FC
• Austin Cambridge (First Farina style)
• Morris Oxford (First Farina style)
• Vauxhall Cresta E (First radiator style)
• Sunbeam Rapier Fastback Coupé
• Triumph 1300
• Austin A125 Sheerline
• Hillman Minx Series VI.

This market research is being conducted with the blessing of Brooklin Models, so chances are we might see the most popular car being put into production.

To take part, simply register your favourite vehicles online at www.spacroft-models.co.uk or through social media at www.facebook.com/Spa-Croft-Models. Alternatively you can call Spa Croft on 01773 872780

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