A collection for connoisseurs

Le Reginette del Museo Alfa Romeo

The first model car created by Brooklin Models is a tribute to the
8C 2900 B Le Mans


A new partnership between FCA Heritage and Brooklin Models


The long-running company based in Bath, UK, is producing 1:43 scale reproductions of the most prestigious cars in the Alfa Romeo Museum


The new partnership between FCA Heritage and Brooklin Models involves the creation of 1:43 scale models of the most prestigious cars housed in the Alfa Romeo Museum.

The first car in the "Le Reginette del Museo Alfa Romeo" collection is the legendary 8C 2900 B Le Mans, an icon from the racing world of the 1930s. The bodywork was made in a single copy by the Carrozzeria Touring of Milan, featuring extremely advanced aerodynamic lines and a maximum speed of over 220 km / h. At the Le Mans 24 Hours of 1938 it was leading the race with an advantage of ten laps (about 160 km), when it was forced to retire due to a technical problem.

High Quality Modelling


The miniature models are hand made, with parts cast in white metal. The car body is carefully prepared, painted by hand and assembled with the smaller parts coated in nickel and then fixed inside and to the base plate. 

Each piece develops through long and careful preparatory work: expert craftsmen create original brass masters, based on photos and illustrations made during many hours spent studying the cars live and talking to owners and car history experts. 

The scale models of the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B Tipo Special Le Mans are high quality objects, made in a limited edition by the historic company from Bath. They can be bought on the Brooklin Models website.