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UT Models

juni 4, 2009 by Jan

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UT Limited (Unique Toys) was a company which manufactured 1:18 scale model cars in the 80's and 90's, trading as UT Models. They were typically of good to high quality and were a bit more expensive than their direct competitors. The company closed at the end of the 1990s, but the essence of the brand is now associated with Gateway Global Ltd which produces models under the AUTOart brand. UT had a partnership of sorts with Paul's Model Art but the brand never belonged to PMA.[1]

UT Models produced 10 different versions of the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI:[2]

  • 1993 DTM No. 7 Alessandro Nannini (real version: 1993)
  • 1993 DTM No. 8 Nicola Larini (1993)
  • 1993 DTM No. 14 Christian Danner (1993)
  • 1993 DTM No. 15 Giorgio Francia (1993)
  • 1994 DTM No. 1 Nicola Larini (1994)
  • 1994 DTM No. 2 Alessandro Nannini (1994)
  • 1994 DTM No. 18 Kris Nissen (1994)
  • 1994 DTM No. 27 Michael Bartels (1994)
  • 1995 DTM/ITC No. 7 Alessandro Nannini (1994 "Evo")
  • 1995 DTM/ITC No. 8 Nicola Larini (1994 "Evo")
The UT-models have a detailed interior, doors can be opened.

There are also some of the pre production factory in circulation. These models are not quite finished, but of course interesting to collectors because of their rarity.

There is also some alterations based on UT-Models. For example there is the "Punkt 12" version based on the Nissen car. Obviously this is a lot rarer miniature.

Please post a message on the forum of "Alfa 155 Club", should you have any question or comment.

References

1. Wikipedia: UT Models, 2010.
2. Archivio storico dell'Alfa 155: Modellismo; 2009.
 

External links

Alfa Romeo 155 1:18 - forum "Alfa 155 Club"
Archivio storico dell'Alfa 155 - official website
UT Models - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
アルファロメオ 155 @ www.alfa155club.eu
 
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