Schuco Piccolo Shop

Welcome to what is probably the most complete Schuco Piccolo Shop on the Internet.

Please note: We often refer to the items we sell as "toys" however, NONE of the items we sell are intended as toys for little children as the models and "toys" contain small parts and are sold exclusively as collector's items.

Best regards,
"Classic" Jack

 The first Schuco Piccolo's...

The introduction of the first Piccolo's was fast and furious... 1957 saw the fist 12 Piccolo's on the market along with 4 airplanes. Most probably the idea of producing high quality and massive small-scale car models was based on the contemporary success of the Wiking models and the very popular 10-Penny cars. Schuco had no choice but to concentrate on trying to capture the essence of the models as it was technically simply not possible to make the models more detailed. Also Schuco's competition, like Wiking, showed models of an equally "Rubenseque" appearance.

The first 12 Piccolo's Produced:
Schuco Piccolo 701 Ferrari
Schuco Piccolo 701
Ferrari
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo 702 Mercedes-Benz Stromlinien
Schuco Piccolo 702
Mercedes Stromlinie
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo 703 Mercedes-Benz 2.5L
Schuco Piccolo 703
Mercedes 2.5 L
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 704
Mercedes 1936
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 705
Midget USA
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 706
Maserati
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 707
BMW 507
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 708
Porsche Spyder
1957 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 709
Austin Healey Six
1957 - 1966
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 710
Firebird
1957 - 1965
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 711
FX-Atmos USA
1957 - 1965
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 712
Volkswagen Beetle
1957 - 1969

The series was a big hit and already one year later, 1958, saw the introduction of another 17 new models. These second series models already showed more detail than the previous ones. A neat example of the improved detail is the filligraine ladder of the Magirus Fire Truck (# 745).

Schuco Piccolo

 

The second batch of 12 Piccolo's:
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 713
Mercedes 190SL
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 714
MGA
1958 - 1963
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 715
Karmann Ghia
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 716
Fiat Spyder
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 717
Mercedes 220S
1962 - 1963
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 718
Volvo
1958 - 1963
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 719
Citroen DS ID
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 720
VW Police Car
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 720
VW Beetle Firebrigade

1962 - 1969

Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 722
Caravan

1960 - 1969

Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 723
Karmann Ghia with Caravan
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 724
Mercedes 220SE

1963 - 1969

The trucks were now made of several parts instead of one solid piece and the MGA and Citroen DS are prime examples of how Schuco had developed and mastered the die casting techniques. It can be traced back that some of the die cast parts of the large Konstruktions Fire Truck were cast in a iron monger close to Schwabach. That was in 1956. It seems logical to assume that also the Piccolo bodies were cast there.

As early as 1959, the number of new introductions was already declining. That year saw only 7 new models. In the years thereafter, each years saw only an average of 4 new models. Reason for the decline was the fierce competition of the ca. 50% cheaper Matchbox models as well as the German-made "Siku Plastic" models. The latter had a little trick to them... a heavy piece of metal was glued inside the bodies and that way they could "ride the wave" of the heavy a valuable models.

The "remaining" Piccolo's
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 725
Ford Hotrod
1964 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 740
Mercedes Benz Bus

1958 - 1969

Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 741
Mercedes Benz Kastenwagen
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 742
Mercedes Benz Tieflader
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 743
Mercedes Thermo Truck

1958 - 1969

Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 743
Mercedes Thermo Truck
"Bärenmarke"
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 744
Mercedes Tanker
"Shell"
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 744
Mercedes Tanker
"Aral"
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo
745
Magirus Deutz
Ladder Truck
1958 - ca. 1960
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 745
Magirus Deutz
Ladder Truck
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 746
Krupp Truck

1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo 746
Büssing Truck
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 747
Magirus Deutz
Tow Truck
1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 748
Krupp Kipper

1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo 748
Büssing Kipper
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 749
Krupp Pick-Up

1958 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 750
Krupp Volume Truck
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 751
Krupp Langholzwagen
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo 752 Deutz Tractor
Schuco Piccolo 752
Deutz Tractor
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 753
Deutz Tractor
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 754
Deutz Bulldozer
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 755
Mercedes Spotlight Truck
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 756
Mercedes Firebrigade Van
1959 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 757
Universal Trailer
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 758
Faun Streetsweeper
1961 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 759
Transportband
1960 - 1965
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 760
Demag Dragline
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 761
Krupp Car Transporter
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 762
Liebherr Crane
1961 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 763
Krupp Watertanker
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 764
Boat with trailer
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 765
Forklift
1961 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 766
Karmann Ghia with Boat Trailer
1960 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 767
Krupp Container Truck
1961 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 768
Kipping trailer
1963 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 769
Krupp Crane Truck
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 770
Krupp Skyworker
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 771
Dingler
1962 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 772
Krupp Concrete Mixer
1963 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 773
Henschel Semi Truck
1963 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 774
Faun Giant Kipper
1963 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 775
Coles Crane
1964 - 1976
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 776
MAN Oldtimer Bus
1965 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 777
Linhoff Roadbuilder
1965 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 778
Krupp Cement Transporter
1965 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 780
Thunderjet USA
1957 - 1974
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 781
Magister 170R
1957 - 1974
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 782
Super Sabre F100
1957 - 1974
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 783
Douglas F4D-1
1957 - 1974
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 784
Junkers Ju-52
1959 - 1974
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 800
Roadbuilding Set
1965 - 1969
Schuco Piccolo
Schuco Piccolo 801
Coles Crane Gift Set
1965 - 1969

The Schuco Piccolo models were definitely the better models but children primarily think in terms of "volume for money" and "weight for money" and when you only had a little pocket money to spend, the choice was easy.

Back in the 1950's, the era of Germany's miraculous economical revival, the toy shops in the suburbs primarily carried items for the "small wallet". The Schuco stores, who always had served the more financially strong, were located in the city centers and failed to serve to masses.

As the commodity prices, especially Zinc which was the main "ingredient" for Piccolo's, started to rise by the end of the 1960's, Schuco had no choice but to discontinue the production. In 1969 the last Piccolo's left Nuremberg which the exception of the Coles crane which continued until the bankruptcy of Schuco in 1976.

 However, the Piccolo range was replaced in the same year, 1969, by the more detailed and true-to-scale series of 1/66 scale.

 The charm of Piccolo's is not only the always surprisingly high weight but also the beautifully crafted nickel axles and the massive rubber tires.

Vintage Piccolo's are hard to get by nowadays and when they can be found, they often show a high degree of "play wear". Absolutely mint items with mint boxes are almost impossible to find. That is also the reason why collectors will pay very high prices for these "untouched" models.

A New Era Begins.

Production of the Piccolo cars had seized in 1969. It was only at the end of the 1980's / early 1990's that the Nutz family, who had acquired a number of the original dies, attempted to re-instate the series but Werner Nutz died before he could really get the production started. Most probably, the Hendrix Set was a simultaneous development, NOT headed by Nutz.

The true Piccolo fans were delighted to see the first "re-issued" Silver Arrows appear on the market in the fall of 1994. The models were made with the help of Daimler Benz, were sold in a beautifully "etched" drawer-box exclusively through Mercedes Benz dealerships. These models did not carry racing numbers.

Only shortly thereafter, in December 1994, the German Veteran car magazine "Motor Klassik" expressed their desire to issue a special version for the Techno Classica show in April 1995. Time was too short to allow for a new model and Daimler Benz was prepared to "donate" 600 pcs of the no-number Silver Arrows. The cars got a black starting number applied but after the first 300 pcs were done, they came to the conclusion that the originals always drove with RED numbers... Hastily they changed the color...These models can easily be distinguished from the later models as the paint is quite rough and on current models it is absolutely smooth.

Next step was a Mercedes Benz 1936 Grand Prix car, made especially for the Mercedes Benz Modell Club (MBMC) which lead the way for a wide range of Piccolo promo models.

One thing that Schuco is watching carefully is to prevent "inflation" of the models. If a limited edition is 1,000 pcs, you can safely assume that that was the exact quantity produced. For example, the 1999 Year Set got more than 6,500 pcs ordered but Schuco will stick to the announced production volume of only 1,500...

The future of the Piccolo range looks bright and the continuous addition of new models and even model ranges will make sure that Schuco is still around many years from now. New model introductions comprise such items as motorcycles. The only thing that Schuco will not venture into is the re-issue of the old airplane series. After all, Schabak, that rose from the ashes of the old Schuco company, has very well taken care of the range and is thriving on it.

One factor of success of the current range is that Schuco does not simply copy the old models. On one side, the re-issues of old models are marked "replica" or "classic" on the bottom plate so that they can always be distinguished from a vintage one and on the other side, the models will also be improved with more details etc. A good example of this is the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.

Also the boxes are not exact copies of the vintage ones. This is again done to prevent them from being passed off as vintage when they are not.

It is a just conclusion to say that Schuco is working with the Piccolo collectors and not against them. Collecting Piccolo's is a joy thanks to the sheer quality of the models and the wide variety that is available and the number of collectors is constantly growing.

Tips for Collectors.

Ever since the introduction of the first re-issues, the circle of collectors has been growing steadily. It is interesting to see that a good number of women has taken an interest in collecting them.

The modern age Piccolo's are now numbered well over 250 when one takes all the promo models into account as well. One portion that is often overlooked is that the basic models have often been available in a number of colors although most collectors restrict themselves to only one color. The normal Piccolo's are often produced in lots of 4,000 of which many are still bought as a toy. Consequently, a large portion of those will go lost over time. The promo models however, are produced in quantities between 1,000 and 3,000 pcs which almost all go straight into collections and not many will go lost. 

Collecting the promo models is more of a challenge though as in most cases the full production goes to the issuing company and a collector needs a good dealer in order to be able to lay his or her hands on those special models. This is also the reason which some of the recent models have reached a price level which is sometimes hard to believe.

Also visit our associated websites:
www.ClassicJack.com www.TheF1Store.com www.MaranelloMerchandise.com www.RaceWinkel.nl www.RossiMerchandise.com www.MotoMerchandiseShop.com www.Macora.com www.ExperienceLeMans.com www.Zagato-Cars.com www.RalphSchumacher.com www.FerrariStuff.com www.PiccoloWorld.com www.GeoHam.com www.Schumacher-Shop.com www.Valentino-Rossi-Shop.com www.Valentino-Rossi-Shop.nl www.HouseOfTheTrident.com www.AurumRomanum.com www.jackhabits.com  www.dellortoshop.com www.carburateurwinkel.nl www.MaranelloLiterature.com

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Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz Closed Truck Christmas 1999

Newly arrived Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz Closed Truck Christmas 1999

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz Closed Truck, Christmas 1999.

Like every year, also in 1999 Schuco issued a special Christmas version of one of the Piccolo's.

In 1999 the choice fell on the Mercedes Benz Articulated lorry with Santa at the wheel.

The model comes in a special tin box and comes of course complete with a certificate certifying its authenticity.

It is a limited edition of 3,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

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Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse Chromed

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse, Chromed.

Issued in November 1998, this model was originally part of a Gift Set.

Now available loose.

It was a limited edition of 2,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 4

Only 1 pc. available!

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ferrarimodell

Schuco Piccolo Ferrari Barchetta Modell Fahrzeug

Schuco Piccolo Ferrari Barchetta, Modell Fahrzeug Magazine.

Issued in March 1999, it was made at the initiative of the German scale model magazine "Modell Fahrzeug" and issued at the Fazinazion Modellbau '99" exhibition in Sinsheim.

It is yellow and carries racing number 99.

The over box carries a decal, confirming the above.

It was a limited edition of 1,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

Only 1 pc. available!

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S1096

Schuco Piccolo Cadillac 1954 Spielzeug Antik

Schuco Piccolo Cadillac 1954, Spielzeug Antik.

Issued in December 1998, this was a promo for the German toy and antiques magazine "Spielzeug Antik".

It is turquoise colored with a white print on the doors.

It was a limited Edition of 1,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 4

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S1040

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 190 SL IAA 1997

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 190 SL, IAA 1997.

Issued in September 1997, it was a promo made for Mercedes Benz for the IAA 1997.

The model is two-tone green and comes in a special, silver-colored Mercedes-Benz over-box.

It was a limited Edition of only 1,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

Only 1 pc. available!

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S1050

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 2.5L Grand Prix Car Formel 3

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 2.5L Grand prix Car, Formel 3.

This is the 1998 special, made for the specialist trade and "Formel 3" magazine and issued in July 1998.

This is a limited edition of 3,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

Scale: ca. 1/90

Length: 48 mm / 1.88 inch

Weight: 32 grams

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S1042

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 2.5L Grand prix Car in Drawer Box

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 2.5L Grand prix Car, Schuber.

This is one of the series of three that were the first Piccolos to be re-issued by the revived Schuco company and dates back to November 1994.

It is a re-issue of the Mercedes Benz Stromlinien and comes in a luxurious silver box with an "etched" picture of the real car.

Being the first re-issue, the paint is a lot "rougher" than later issues and the model does not yet carry a race number.

The model was made for the Daimler Benz Museum and it was really this small series that "set off" the renewed interest in Piccolo's.

It was a limited edition of only 2,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 4

Scale: ca. 1/90

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S1056

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse Classic 1998

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse, Classic 1998.

Issued in December 1998 and made for the Mercedes-Benz Museum shop.

It comes in Navy Blue livery with elaborate print all around.

It was a limited edition of only 1,000 pcs and was sold exclusively by Mercedes Benz.

Scarcity: 3

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Schuco Piccolo Boy statue with BMW Isetta

Schuco Piccolo School Boy statue with BMW Isetta

Issued in March 2000, this is a limited edition of 3,000 pcs and LONG sold out at the factory.

It is a typical 1950's German School Boy carrying a BMW Isetta and stands approximately 5 inches or 12 cm high.

The livery of the Isetta is exclusive to this set.

Scarcity: 4

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S1067

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 170V Van Deutsche Post

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 170V Van, Deutsche Post.

Issued in Mai 1998, it was destined for the specialist toy trade only.

It is a 170V in the livery of Germany's "Deutsche Post" postal livery of the 1950's.

It was a limited edition of 4,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 2

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01272

Schuco Piccolo Porsche 550 Spyder Fletcher Aviation

Schuco Piccolo Porsche 550 Spyder, Fletcher Aviation.

Issued in March 1999, this silver Spyder was reserved for the specialist toy dealers.

The car comes in the livery of the Fletcher Aviation racing team of the 1950's.

It was a limited edition of only 3,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 4

Only a few available !

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Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet Bright Blue

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet, Bright Blue.

Issued in June 1997, it was originally only available in a gift set.

Now available loose !

Total issue was 5,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

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05223

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Bus T2 BP Energol

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Bus T2, BP Energol.

Issued in October 2001, this was the second elaboration of the Typ 2 VW Bus and comes in the livery of a 1960's / 1970's BP Energol delivery van.

It was a Limited Edition of a mere 2,000 pcs. destined for the specialist toy trade only.

Scarcity: 2

Please note that in the top picture we have used two (2) models. The listed price is for 1 model only.

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vwbeetlegold

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle Gold-Plated Christmas 1997

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle, Gold-Plated Christmas 1997.

Issued in November 1997, this gold-plated Volkswagen Beetle originally belonged to the so-called Christmas Bear Set 1997 which contained a gold-plated beetle, VW Bus and a Schuco bear.

Scale: ca. 1/90

Length: 48 mm / 1.90 inch

Weight: 52 grams

The total issue was 1,000 pcs. only.

Scarcity: 4

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S1097

Schuco Piccolo Dealer Gift 1996 in Blister

Schuco Piccolo Weihnachten 1996 Set.

Issued in December 1996, this was the first of the dealer gifts which in the mean time are a tradition at Schuco.

Each year, Schuco rewards its top 1,000 dealers with a special Christmas gift in the shape of a gold-plated Piccolo.
Usually, 800 pcs come in blister packaging and 200 come in a wooden chest.
This is the version in blister packaging and so it is 1 of only 800.

In 1996 the Magirus Fire Truck was chosen to be the Christmas gift.

Naturally, these dealer gifts are very scarce on the "free market" as you can imagine that it takes quite some wheeling & dealing to talk a successful Schuco dealer into parting with his "trophy"!

Scarcity: 4

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Schuco Piccolo Dealer Gift Set 1999 in Blister

Schuco Piccolo Weihnachten 1999 Set.

Issued in December 1999, this was the fourth of the dealer gifts which in the mean time are a tradition at Schuco.

Each year, Schuco rewards its top 1,000 dealers with a special Christmas gift in the shape of a gold-plated Piccolo.
Usually, 800 pcs come in blister packaging and 200 come in a wooden chest.

This is the version in blister-pack.

In 1999 the Buick was chosen to be the Christmas gift along with a gold-plated boat trailer and a silver-plated boat.

Naturally, these dealer gifts are very scarce on the "free market" as you can imagine that it takes quite some wheeling & dealing to talk a successful Schuco dealer into parting with his "trophy"!

Scarcity: 4

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S1198

Schuco Piccolo Dealer Gift Set 2000 in Blister

Schuco Piccolo Weihnachten 2000 Set, Blister.

Issued in December 2000, this was the fifth of the dealer gifts which in the mean time are a tradition at Schuco.

Each year, Schuco rewards its top 1,000 dealers with a special Christmas gift in the shape of one, or more, gold-plated Piccolo's.

Usually, 800 pcs come in blister packaging and 200 come in a wooden chest.

In 2000, the motorcycles, widely regarded as THE most significant addition to the Piccolo range, were chosen but putting them in a wooden chest would leave them exposed to damage too much so the normal packaging was chosen in combination with a special over-box.

The set contains 3 Motorcycles (BMW R27, Zundapp KS-601 & Triumph Boss).

As the sets are true gifts from Schuco to their dealers, the sets come wrapped in gift-paper. There is one displayed in the background of the first picture.

Naturally, these dealer gifts are very scarce on the "free market" as you can imagine that it takes quite some wheeling & dealing to talk a successful Schuco dealer into parting with his "trophy"!

Scarcity: 4

Only 1 set available !

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S1033

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet Motor Klassik

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet, Motor Klassik.

Issued in September 1997, it was a limited Edition of only 1,500 pcs.

It was made for the German Veteran Car Magazine "Motor Klassik".

Each box is individually numbered !

Scarcity: 4

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Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse Monte Carlo 1960

Schuco Piccolo Mercedes Benz 220Se Heckflosse, Monte Carlo 1960.

Issued in April 2000 and sold exclusively at the Techno Classica Veteran Car Show in Essen, Germany, this is a very desirable Piccolo Mercedes.

It comes in the grey livery of the car that competed in the 1960 Monte Carlo Rally.

It was a limited edition of only 1,000 pcs and was sold exclusively by Mercedes Benz at said car show.

Scarcity: 2

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Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Bus Vivil

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Bus, Vivil.

Issued in June 1997 and of course long sold out.

It is a closed VW bus in the livery of Vivil and was made for the Vedes chain of toy stores.

It comes with the original box.

It was a limited edition of only 3,000 pcs.

CAREFUL: The Vivil bus is infamous for the fact that the protective plastic layer on the roof was applied too soon after cure-drying the paint. Trying to remove it may damage the paint on the roof of the model. Each and every Vivil bus suffers from this and so does this one...

Scarcity: 3

Scale: ca. 1/90

Length: 49 mm / 1.93 inch

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S1018

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Window Bus 2000 KM durch Deutschland

Schuco Piccolo Volkswagen Window Bus, 2000 KM durch Deutschland.

Issued in July 1997, this model has long been sold-out at the factory.

It is a windowed VW bus in two-tone livery and the banner of the "2000KM durch Deutschland" veteran car rally. It was made for the Volkswagen Museum.

It comes with the original box.

It was a limited edition of only 1,000 pcs.

Scarcity: 3

Scale: ca. 1/90

Length: 49 mm / 1.93 inch

Weight: 86 grams

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Schuco Piccolo Porsche 356A Carrera Mille Miglia 1957

Schuco Piccolo Porsche 356A Carrera, Mille Miglia # 225.

This model of the 356 A Carrera was issued at the Techno Classica Classic Car Fair in Germany, April 2007.

It comes in the livery of the car as driven by German racers Strähle and Linge in the 1957 running of the Mille Miglia.

It was a limited edition of only 1.000 pcs, exclusively sold at the Techno Classica fair.

Scarcity: 3

Scale: ca. 1/90

Length: 48 mm / 1.88 inch

Weight: 34 grams

Please note that we have used TWO sets in the first picture for illustration purposes. The quoted price is for ONE set.

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Schuco Piccolo 742 Mercedes Benz Lowrider Truck Textron

Schuco Piccolo 742 Mercedes Benz Lowrider Truck, Textron.

Issued in October 2002, it was produced for US-based Textron fastening systems and comes in a unique color.

It includes an insert with the text "May a star show you the way"

It was a limited edition of 1.000 pcs which all went to Textron and were NOT destined for the trade.

Scarcity: 4

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