AUTOCULT

AutoCult GmbH was founded in the beginning of 2015, by a team that can look back on many years of successful experience in the model car business.

 

True to their brand and company name they are dedicated to realising long since forgotten automobiles, which stand out due to their extraordinary shape or groundbreaking construction, as miniatures. The focus is not only on the model itself, but also the story and information behind each car. In this way AutoCult tries to resurrect long since forgotten brands in miniature form.

 

Each of their models is handcrafted in resin, and subject to strict quality controls and a limited build of 333 pieces

 




Product Image Item Name- Price
Austin Healey Sebring Sprite (Great Britain, 1960)

Austin Healey Sebring Sprite (Great Britain, 1960)

  A Seat for Sir Stirling Moss The sports car Austin Healey Sebring Sprite in its original design was built only six times respectively 8 times...
$125.00

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Audi 100 Bischofberger Family (GERMANY, 1985)

Audi 100 Bischofberger Family (GERMANY, 1985)

  An Audi Makes a Journey In the beginning of the 1980s Helmut Bischofberger had the idea to furnish a passenger car with a motor home structure...
$125.00

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Berkeley T60 (GREAT BRITAIN, 1962)

Berkeley T60 (GREAT BRITAIN, 1962)

  A Short Career Beginning in 1956 the company Berkeley Cars started with the production of small, mostly two-seated sports cars in British...
$125.00

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Commer Dormobile Coaster (GREAT BRITAIN, 1972)

Commer Dormobile Coaster (GREAT BRITAIN, 1972)

  The British Camper Mentality In the 1950s the British company Martin Walter found a new field of activity. A lot of British people were...
$140.00

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Manic GT (CANADA, 1969)

Manic GT (CANADA, 1969)

The unloved Stepchild In 1969 a test was started with the Manic GT to put a car on the Canadian market, which should conquer the hearts of the sporty...
$130.00

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Porsche 914 Heuliez Murene (FRANCE, 1970)

Porsche 914 Heuliez Murene (FRANCE, 1970)

The desired reaction was missed... At the sight of the 1969 initially presented VW-Porsche 914, the French company Brissonneau & Lotz held the...
$125.00

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Shelter (NETHERLANDS, 1958)

Shelter (NETHERLANDS, 1958)

  The Three-Wheeler that Nobody Wanted to Own   As also in other West European countries, the Dutch population quickly required a different...
$125.00

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Velam Isetta Voiture de Record (FRANCE, 1957)

Velam Isetta Voiture de Record (FRANCE, 1957)

A World record, which did not yield the desired effect While BMW was providing the booming German automotive market with the micro car named Isetta...
$125.00

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Veritas RS II Coupe (GERMANY, 1964)

Veritas RS II Coupe (GERMANY, 1964)

  Tribute to the Past After only six years of manufacturing the automaker Veritas had to declare bankruptcy in the year 1953 and its name...
$125.00

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