Classic car nuts can get their hands on their dream cars at a fraction of the price – because they are a fraction of the size.
Mini versions of the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, Aston Martin DB5 and Bugatti Type 35 have been made by The Little Car Company.
The price of the little red Ferrari is still £96,000 – plus shipping costs – but one of the full size versions sell for up to a whopping £32million.
The Ferrari Testa Rossa J is just three metres long but boasts a top speed of 50mph – a little slower than the original’s 167mph.
Aston Martin DB5 Junior – perfect for James Bond fans – is £46,000 – but the full size ones are worth up to £1million.
It can also do 50mph – just shy of the 145mph of the real thing.
Finally, the Bugatti Baby II start at £38,000 – a lot less than the £2.9million the Bugatti Type 35 it is based on are worth
It can still do 42mph despite being just 2.7 metres long – but below the 133mph top whack of the original – which was the fastest car of its day.
The Little Car Company also allows buyers to pick the paintwork and interior colours of the cars.
The battery powered motors cannot be used on the roads, only private land.
They are popular with collectors and families with children – over 14-years-old.
Ben Hedley, CEO of The Little Car Company, said: “When you get behind the wheel of an iconic car, such as the Bugatti Baby II, it’s made all the much sweeter when you know your purchase has been personalised to your own specific, inimitable taste.
“And with the launch of our new configurator, the personalisation process that we offer our customers has been made even more immersive, detailed and bespoke.”