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Spark Mercedes Black Diecast Vehicles

Spark Models was founded by Hugo Ripert, a man with a passion for modelling, who already had experience and expertise in the area before forming his own company. During Spark's nascent period in production, Hugo partnered with other enthusiasts and began his own factory.

Now, owing to their great success, the company runs a much larger factory with approximately 1000 employees. They supply their high quality products, which are all made with great care and finesse, to a wide market of collectors and model lovers. Spark Mercedes black diecast vehicles are wonderfully made model sized reflections of Mercedes' designs, which Mercedes fans and diecast vehicle collectors will all enjoy.

Cars and sports cars

Mercedes models of various shapes, sizes and designs can all be found. They are all made with the Spark passion for precise diecast modelling. Cars and sports cars alike have been recreated in amazing detail; so whether you collect Mercedes diecast racing cars , road cars or both, you can find the vehicles you are looking for.

Black cars for that classic Mercedes look

There are a choice of Mercedes diecast vehicles that are either finished in black or they feature black as a significant part of their design. Black looks incredibly sophisticated and striking on Mercedes vehicles, both in life size and model form. Any of the Spark black Mercedes diecast models on offer will look extremely stylish when put on display, whether individually or as part of a collection.

Mercedes down the ages

Models based on recent and vintage Mercedes cars alike can be found from Spark. They have created a range of diecast cars based on individual years of production, when significant models were produced or released by Mercedes. Whether you are looking for models based on the Mercedes designs of the past or for those based on more modern variations, they can all be found finished in fantastic, striking blacks made to Spark's exacting standards.

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