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Lancia Sun Star Diecast Vehicles, Parts and Accessories

Sun Star Models Development Ltd produce model vehicles with precise details and quality components, all finished with care and finesse. Lancia Sun Star diecast vehicles , parts and accessories are a selection of Lancia vehicle based items, which all exhibit the attention to detail provided by Sun Star's production techniques.

Nothing speaks of Italian style more in the automobile world than Lancia. It is now over 100 years since Vincenzo Lancia first founded the company and, with a strong heritage behind it, the brand continues to this day, providing the world with a touch of Italian design and engineering class.

Lancia rally car diecast models

Lancia has a successful track record in motorsport and in particular one area of the sport, namely rally car racing, they have done especially well. There are many Sun Star diecast rally car models available, each modelled on a different rally car of significance to Lancia and racing history.

Sun Star have produced a wide range of Delta Integrale and Stratos Rally models to choose from, each with different and equally striking colour combinations, design features and sponsorship logos. Rally cars based on those driven at different events, in different years, by different drivers are available, providing a visual history of Lancia's performance in the sport and the famous men behind the wheel who have worked with them.

Lancia road car models

In addition to the various Lancia rally and racing cars created by Sun Star, are a selection of stylish Lancia road cars. There are diecast vehicles available based on Lancia models which might be considered fairly conservative by today's standards, such as the earlier Delta models. At the other end of the spectrum are incredible sports cars, such as the 1975 road version of the Stratos, which looks stunning in any one of the bold and striking colours that Sun Star have finished them in.

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