Norev

Norev was founded by the Veron brothers, in the suburb of Villeurbanne, near Lyon, France, in 1946 (Rixon 2005, p. 54).
Norev is that family name spelled backwards.
The company's first product was a small service garage with several plastic cars. Other products at the company's start were plastic toys for infants.

In 1953, the first vehicles manufactured were plastic and in 1:43 scale. They had colorful bodies and were notable for their red plastic hubs with white tires. Detail and proportion were very good and though the models lacked windows, they were very successful. Through the 1950s the red hubs were replaced with silver and tires gradually became black (though some white tires were used until the late 1950s) and windows were added. In 1957, a 1:87 scale '500' series appeared, mostly these were the same models appearing in the 1:43 scale line.

Axel Fischer in 1997 continued modernization begun by his father and develops together with automakers new models that make the news.

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  1. Peugeot Concept Car Onyx Salon de Paris 2012

    Peugeot Concept Car Onyx Salon de Paris 2012

    €49.90

    Peugeot Concept Car Onyx Salon de Paris 2012.
    1:43 Scale , No. 473891. Learn More

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