This chapter is about weird models where I have not yet been able to find any kind of precise info's and where I do need your help!
I falsely labeled this tiny model as Volvo 855. Jan, an avid visitor from Germany just pointed out that it is more likely a Volvo 745 since the rear lamps stop at the middle of the tailgate. And after checking the photos once again, I have to admit that the front resembles also more to a Volvo 745 than a 855.
The 1:200 diecast Volvo 745 break measures only 23x8x7 mm. It has a rather small spigot on the bottom.
The green Volvo 855 in the background is a H0 ( 1:87 ) model by Wiking. The difference in scale is striking when comparing both models.
The Volvo 745 is produced in Great Britain by Graham Avis Details and distributed by the shop 4D modelshop Ltd.
They have the Volvo listed as 1:150 scale model. This does however not match with the size of the tiny car.
The model is available in the following 3 sets :
I found this set of a Volvo 760 and a caravan.
Due to the language on the box, I presume that this set was only for the Scandinavian market.
I asked the current owner to get more infos but didn't receive any reply.
Both models seems to be made out of plastic. The Volvo 760 looks like those from Playwell except that these have blackened windows and are R/C models.
Does anybody know more about this model ?
Source : tradera.com