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Majorette Porsche Car Diecast Vehicles, Parts and Accessories

As a successful and respected diecast model making toy company, Majorette have been making model cars since 1964. Majorette Porsche car diecast vehicles, parts and accessories are a range of toy cars made by the French company Porsche. These diecast vehicles are based on various models from the iconic sports car manufacturer.

For over 65 years, Porsche have maintained a position of prominence in the motor industry, producing some incredibly desirable vehicles. A Majorette model diecast Porsche is as fun to play with for children as a real Porsche is to drive for adults. These model cars are also collectable items, particularly the vintage models.

The 'Street Cars', 'Premium Cars' and 'Racing Cars' range

Majorette 'Street Cars' include Porsche cars such as a red Panamera, a yellow 911 Carrera and a blue Porsche 918 Spyder. The Majorette 'Premium Cars' range includes particularly luxurious looking cars, for example, a black 911 GT3.

Models based on Porsche cars for the track, classified in the 'Racing Cars' range, include a bright green GT3 and a 918 Spyder in white, the latter having incredible orange streaks. These are only a few examples of the models available within each range.

'Limited Edition Range' and other models

There is even more choice outside of those ranges with those in Majorette's 'City Range' and 'Limited Edition' range, amongst many others. There are also models which are not classified within any such product range, some of which are vintage Majorette items.

Whether buying a Majorette diecast vehicle from a recent range or one of a vintage variety, there are many to be found with their original packaging included. Vintage items are particularly collectable and sought after when they have their original packaging and newer items can become more collectable in future if kept unopened. If the Majorette car is for a youngster to play with, however, then finding an item with its original packaging may not be as important a consideration.

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