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DURING THE LAST CENTURY

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HISTORY TO REMEMBER

Until 1929 there were virtually no cars in the Vatican, just carriages. When in the same year the Vatican City became a State with the Patti Lateranensi Treaty, signed with the Italian Government, several cars were received as a present on the occasion of the historic agreement. In the following years other official cars were acquired to suit the growing transportation needs of the Vatican in modern times. These splendid cars have been carefully  recreated in 1:43 scale by Brooklin Models so you too can be reminded of their place in history.

THE MODELS

These detailed models, automotive works of art, are created with jeweler’s techniques  in heavy white metal, patiently hand finished in automotive paints then carefully hand assembled with fine plating for a product that can last a lifetime.