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Win a Corvette sculpture from Amalgam Collection

Journal readers have the chance to win a plated aluminum C2 or C8 scale model

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Amalgam Collection is known for creating some of the world’s most “iconic and luxurious cars at scale,” the company states on its website.

From Aston Martins and McLarens to Porsches and F1 racers, Amalgam models are intended to capture every aspect of the original car so that, in a photograph, it’s near impossible to discern from an actual car, the company notes.

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“Models are made using the finest-quality casting resins that replicate our perfectly designed patterns in every minute detail,” Amalgam says. “It can take over 4,000 hours to develop a 1:8 scale prototype, and each subsequent model takes between 250 and 450 hours to cast, fit, fettle, paint and build.”

Among their many collections is a range of stunning miniature sculptures (4 inches long) of all Chevrolet Corvette models designed by automotive designer Remco de Reus.

“Each sculpture is hand-cast in stone filled resin, hand finished, primed and plated in aluminum, followed by five coats of spray painting with a tinted lacquer,” the company notes.

The ClassicCars.com Journal is excited to offer its readers the chance to win either a C2 Corvette or C8 Corvette Amalgam sculpture.

For the classic Corvette enthusiasts, this C2 sculpture is accented in a light gold finish and highlights the model’s long hood, two-piece front and rear bumpers and vertical side vents.

And for the modern collectors, the C8 sculpture that’s finished in silver features the new intake side vents and the mid-engine hood vents.

Enter to win one of these Corvette Amalgam sculptures by filling out the form below. When entering, make sure to select whether you would like to win the C2 or C8 sculpture.

The winner will be chosen on July 12.


This sweepstake event is now closed.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I love classic cars sense i was a kid, my dad got me into them and together and we worked on them but he has passed now but those days haven’t been forgotten.

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