New Model Announcements: 1:18 Holden HK Brougham + New P76 and Bathurst 1000 Nissan Bluebird!

We've got a really old-school-cool selection of new model announcements in 1:18 scale which we're excited to reveal are scheduled to be released in the future from us. The three models included in this latest range should really excite fans of classic Australian road cars and the Bathurst 1000.

Starting from the top, we have the brand new Holden HK Brougham featuring new tooling which we've had in development for a while now and are thrilled to finally reveal to collectors.

The HK Brougham is a real cult classic among Australian motoring enthusiasts. This big, luxurious car represented the first steps for General Motors Holden into the high-end limousine market in Australia. It's one of those cars that we're sure many of our older collectors have fond memories of floating around the countryside in soft-furnished comfort!

You can find out more about this upcoming release from us via the link below.

1:18 Scale Holden HK Brougham
Inca Gold
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Like the Brougham, the P76 is another real cult classic in Australian motoring history and included in this range of announcements is a new colour way coming from us, the Aspen Green Metallic Targa Florio. This release follows on from our previously announced Omega Navy edition which is due to arrive first thing in the new year.

The P76 is an iconic car and this Aspen Green Metallic edition looks incredible.

1:18 Scale Leyland P76 Targa Florio
Aspen Green Metallic
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To complete this latest range of new model announcements we have one for Bathurst 1000 and Nissan fans, the number 16 Bluebird Turbo raced by Fred Gibson and John French at the 1983 James Hardie 1000.

This model follows on from our previously released and long sold out 1984 Bathurst 1000 Pole Bluebird and like that one, the 1983 edition has some real historical significance to Australian motorsport.

We think it's a must have for Australian motorsport and Nissan collectors.

1:18 Scale #16 Nissan Bluebird Turbo
1983 James Hardie Bathurst 1000
Drivers: Fred Gibson / John French
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All three of the models above are scheduled to be produced in sealed body format with clear moulded glass housings, high detail throughout - including their respective interiors, wheels and more.

As with all our 1:18 scale models, each edition will be produced in an exclusive limited edition number and will come with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

Once our models are sold out, they won't be available again - so pre-ordering or registering your interest any future releases is a must.

We currently expect the P76 and Bluebird models to arrive around the 2nd/3rd QTR of next year with the Brougham likely shortly after those based on current development progress.

If you're interested in any or all of the models above, please place a pre-order at your local stockist or register your interest for them on our website to ensure your best chance of securing them when they arrive in stock.

Find out more about how to do this below.

Place a pre-order at your local die-cast model stockist:

Visit or contact your local stockist to place an order for these models directly with them to ensure you don't miss out when they are released.

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Register your interest online to order direct when each model arrives:

1. Visit the page on our website for the future release you're interested in.
2. Click on the black 'Register Your Interest' tab on the right side of the screen.
3. Fill in the form with your email address and submit it.

Then when the model arrives, you will receive an advance notification email from us letting you know that it is in stock with a link to complete your order via our website while stock lasts.

Please Note: All information correct at time of publishing but may be subject to change based on circumstances outside of our control. Models will only be produced should factory minimum order quantities are met, so ensure you pre-order or register your interest. 3D render and concept image artwork may be pictured for illustration purposes. Delivery time frames for models in development can vary based on individual circumstances but generally take anywhere between 6-18 months to arrive. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels for further updates.