Veicoli Commerciali d'Epoca

DISCOVER ITALY’S COMMERCIAL VEHICLES OF THE PAST!

Many companies and successful brands helped Italy to grow during the post-war period until today. This never-before-seen collection of precious 1:43-scale miniatures gathers together the most famous models and brands that make up a piece of Italian history.

Range of vans from the Die-Cast Club Veicoli Commerciali d'Epoca collection

 

SPLENDID, DETAILED COPIES, DOWN TO THE TINIEST DETAILS

Every model has been customised with the brands and decorative elements of the times, and rigorously reproduced following extensive research into company archives, publications and period-specific films. A unique and original record of Italy in a bygone age.

Close up of decorative signage on the side of one of the replica vans

EXTREMELY ACCURATE DECORATIVE ELEMENTS

Close up of the windscreen and wipers, wing mirror, grille, headlight and incidator and bumper with licence plate

INCREDIBLE PRECISION IN THE DETAILS

Replica model in display case

DISPLAY CASE

Splendid, incredibly precise, die-cast metal models, down to the tiniest details.

Every model has been customised with the brands and decorative elements of the times, and rigorously reproduced following extensive research into company archives, publications and period-specific films. A unique and original record of Italy in a bygone age.

Fiat 1100 ELR die-cast model with booklet
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Fiat 1100 ELR die-cast model with booklet
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Fiat 1100 ELR

Galbani | 1951

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FIAT 238 die-cast model with booklet
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FIAT 238 die-cast model with booklet
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FIAT 238

Campagnolo | 1972

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OM Leoncino die-cast model with booklet
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OM Leoncino die-cast model with booklet
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OM Leoncino

Giommi | 1957

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Volkswagen T1 die-cast model with booklet
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Volkswagen T1 die-cast model with booklet
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Volkswagen T1

PAI

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FIAT 600 Furgone die-cast model with booklet
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FIAT 600 Furgone die-cast model with booklet
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FIAT 600 Furgone

Mokarabia

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Photo Credits: 

VCE1 1951: image Archivio Storico Alfa Romeo VCE3

1957: image: original image VCE 4

1965: image: Regione autonoma Valle d’Aosta VCE2

1972: Image unknown source, public domain