Playforever's latest creation, the Modena Grand Prix toy racing car, is a work of art that boasts precision and durability meant to last a lifetime. The car is CNC-machined from a solid block of ABS material and finished with high-quality automotive paint and real brass trim.

Playforever is a company that prides itself on its flawless craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each of their cars is designed in the style of 1930s tin cars and classic cigar racers. The Modena Grand Prix model is their latest and most ambitious creation yet, designed to be a work of art in addition to a toy.

The Modena Grand Prix is larger than Playforever's other vehicles, appearing to be about the size of a 1:8 scale car. The body of the car is CNC-machined from a solid block of ABS material and then sanded and polished by hand. The car is then finished with high-quality automotive paint, including a glossy UV coating, ensuring its longevity.

What sets the Modena Grand Prix apart is its real brass trim, which is cut with precision from a solid block of metal using the same CNC process. The brass is machined, sanded, and polished to a high standard but left unfinished to naturally tarnish over time, adding to the car's overall aesthetic.

The Modena Grand Prix also boasts solid cast rubber wheels that allow it to roll freely, adding to its functionality as a toy.

According to the company's website, each vehicle it makes draws inspiration from "iconic racing cars and racing planes from the 1920s and classic 1960s New York, combining an eclectic mix of art, fashion, traditional design, and modernism." Playforever's cars echo classic toy designs instead of attempting to replicate a real car, like we've seen with an RC Camaro or Hyundai's miniature product lineup.

The Modena Grand Prix toy racing car is a limited edition item, and each design is tailored to ensure high quality and durability. However, this masterpiece comes at a price, costing $8,000. Despite the cost, the Modena Grand Prix is sure to be a prized possession for any collector of high-end toys.

Source: Motor1

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Евгений Ушаков
Evgenii Ushakov
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