Brumm’s classic race cars 1930s – 1960s

Brumm catalogue. 1983. Italy.

Brumm is an Italian toy manufacturer formed in the early 1970s. The company specialises in miniature plastic and die cast vehicles from a bygone age.

TVTA is pleased to present selected images and the full scans from the Brumm 1983 catalogue, featuring some wonderful artwork and photographs of models available at the time such as Ferrari, Bugatti, Mercedes, and Alfa Romeo.

Team Brumm. Pit stop play set.

Ferrari models

Ferrari models. r66 815 Sport 1940. r67 815 versione speciale 1940. r68 D264 1958. r69 D246 Gran Premio d’Italia.

Ferrari Lancia D50 1956.

Ferrari 500 F2 1951 model.

Ferrari 500 F2 1951 versione speciale model.

Auto Union, Mercedes models

Auto Union models.

Mercedes W125 1938. With Swastica decal on bodywork.

Mercedes W125 1938. With Swastica decal on bodywork.

Mercedes W154 Gran Prix 1939 model.

Mercedes W196 1954-1960.

Jaguar, Bentley, Bugattti models

Jaguar XK 120 models.

Bugatti 57S Blue.

Alfa Romeo, Vanwall, Maserati, Lancia models

Vanwall 1957.

Lancia Aurelia.

Fiat 500 models with livery

1983 catalogue full scans – click to enlarge

Thanks for looking 🙂

12 thoughts on “Brumm’s classic race cars 1930s – 1960s

  1. Ah, I was never really into watching racing, but I love those old style race cars… and the Ferrari Testa Rossa, Mercedes W125, and Alpha Romeo 2300 are my favourites.

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  2. Amazing! Boys and cars, it never gets old ain’t it?
    Again a great memory trip for a Sunday morning. Thank you😊
    Btw, if you had to choose one …?

    I’d go for the Jag D type.

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    • Thank you! If I had to choose one I’d very nearly go for your choice… the Jag D Type – stylish and cool! But the Ferrai Testa Rossa just shades it for me! Hmm, a very similar shape and styling to the Jag D Types I think you’ll agree, so we’re on the same ‘curve’ length there 🙂

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  3. Hi TVTA, fantastic haul of Ferraris (and the other marques!). I still think seeing a Ferrari in yellow but I guess that was the international racing authority’s colour selection for Italy.
    I’m not sure but I think the 1932 Bentley (r114) was also an Airfix model – I think I saw it in the 1983 catalogue that you showcased recently.

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