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None that I have ever seen. The C4 is very under-represented in the die-cast market IMO. Auto Art indicates they will have some C4s coming out, however I haven't seen any.
 

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None that I have ever seen. The C4 is very under-represented in the die-cast market IMO. Auto Art indicates they will have some C4s coming out, however I haven't seen any.

I don't know, I just took a quick count of my 1/18th in C-4's, looks like about 26, in the years of 85, 86, 92 ZR-1 (the most), 93 Ruby, 95 Pace Car, 96, Collectors Edition, and Grand Sport coupe & vert, and the Last C-4 coupe.
 

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I don't know, I just took a quick count of my 1/18th in C-4's, looks like about 26, in the years of 85, 86, 92 ZR-1 (the most), 93 Ruby, 95 Pace Car, 96, Collectors Edition, and Grand Sport coupe & vert, and the Last C-4 coupe.
Who makes them? My C4 collection has 6 models by Maisto and 4 by Ertl. I have never seen an Auto Art or former UT brand in 1:18 scale. I know Franklin Mint made some 1:24 scale however. I just don't see many high end C4 models in 1:18th scale.
 

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Who makes them? My C4 collection has 6 models by Maisto and 4 by Ertl. I have never seen an Auto Art or former UT brand in 1:18 scale. I know Franklin Mint made some 1:24 scale however. I just don't see many high end C4 models in 1:18th scale.
High end side, I will agree 100%, all of my 1/18th are Maisto, or America Muscle (Ertl), purchased on average for $19.00 to $25.00.
 
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