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Post  JOB Wed Nov 04, 2015 10:03 pm

Anybody come across these guys. I think they were a French modelmaker. Seem to be gone out of business.

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Post  JOB Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:54 pm

JOB wrote:Anybody come across these guys. I think they were a French modelmaker. Seem to be gone out of business.

OK Boys and girls - this thread got a staggering 499 views and no replies. The cat came out of the bag somewhat at Donies show last weekend.  I bought a model many years ago on ebay - in a " stick a bid on it and got landed with it" kind of way. It left its mountings in transit and arrived damaged . The seller didn't want it back which was not surprising at the weight of it. So it has languished in a corner unloved for many years. Its a 1/12 ? scale model - probably even mockup of a Peugeot 307 WRC. Timber with expanding foam - weighs heavy. But is damaged. Now looking at getting the damage repaired and with so many experts in attendance on Sunday it was brought "out of the shadows" Below is Teds photo.  
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Post  Ted Creedon Thu Oct 18, 2018 2:34 am

Having seen this 'in the flesh' it is certainly one of the most unusual I've come across and quite rare, I'd imagine. It's damn heavy, too!
I should have taken a pic of the underside as it's not what you'd expect. You might do the honours, James, if it's not gone back into its hiding place Smile
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Post  dbonser Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:56 am

Never saw this post before.

I found some info on the Internet Archive and the last capture of the site was in September 2008.

Seems Everfel specialized in rapid prototyping:
https://web.archive.org/web/20020206220830/http://www.everfel.com:80/page2.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20020202145955/http://www.everfel.com:80/page5.html

All of the image links are broken on the following pages but this says the 307 is 1/8 scale:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050515015737/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/26_Peugeot/fiche_68_Peugeot_307_WRC.htm

Other rally cars they made:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050405182213/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/11_Rallye/

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Post  JOB Fri Oct 19, 2018 1:41 pm

dbonser wrote:Never saw this post before.

I found some info on the Internet Archive and the last capture of the site was in September 2008.

Seems Everfel specialized in rapid prototyping:
https://web.archive.org/web/20020206220830/http://www.everfel.com:80/page2.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20020202145955/http://www.everfel.com:80/page5.html

All of the image links are broken on the following pages but this says the 307 is 1/8 scale:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050515015737/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/26_Peugeot/fiche_68_Peugeot_307_WRC.htm

Other rally cars they made:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050405182213/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/11_Rallye/

Thanks for that . So now we know 1/8 and there are probably not that many in 1/8 scale out there of anything

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Post  Dr Tumbo Sat Oct 20, 2018 8:17 am

I've got a 1/8 MP4-12 it's massive; that looks fantastic - just needs fixing and naughty decals
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Post  turn the wheel Sat Oct 20, 2018 11:59 pm

JOB wrote:
dbonser wrote:Never saw this post before.

I found some info on the Internet Archive and the last capture of the site was in September 2008.

Seems Everfel specialized in rapid prototyping:
https://web.archive.org/web/20020206220830/http://www.everfel.com:80/page2.html
https://web.archive.org/web/20020202145955/http://www.everfel.com:80/page5.html

All of the image links are broken on the following pages but this says the 307 is 1/8 scale:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050515015737/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/26_Peugeot/fiche_68_Peugeot_307_WRC.htm

Other rally cars they made:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050405182213/http://www.everfel.com:80/produits/11_Rallye/

Thanks for that . So now we know 1/8 and there are probably not that many in 1/8 scale out there of anything

James i did see the P 307 on passing at speed on Sunday .....its a massive model so i think massive prices too...........i have 1 model in 1/8 and that was the Irish A1 Grand Prix Car........the people that specialise are called Amalgam Fine Art Models in London and check out the prices yourself!!!!!!

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Post  xjr15 Sat Jun 10, 2023 1:34 pm

everfel were a small prototyping company in France who made large scale car models to order. When I dealt with them in the early 2000s, it was a 'mom & pop' (Thierry and Evelyn) operation with industrial CAD/CAM experience and equipment. They used to advertise the car modeling business in Automobiles Classiques magazine, which is how I found them. They made 3 models to order for me: a 1/12 scale JaguarSport XJR 15, and a 1:8 model of the same, and a 1:8 model of the very rare 1965 Ferrari 365P Competition Sports Prototype race car (chassis #0824). The XJR 15's were styling models (no interior) but the 365P, being topless, had a fully detailed cockpit. I still have these one-off models and they are a priceless part of my car model collection. They wanted to make me a 1:8 Saleen S7, but I ordered the Ferrari instead. They built series of car models for rally and racing teams, and they had a line of Venturi sports cars in various scales. Years later I asked if they could make me a 1:8 C6 Corvette but they demurred, saying they would only do it if I would order at least a dozen or so models, and then only with the approval of GM, so that's when we parted company. Eventually their website went away and I assumed they were out of business. They used photos of my models in their AC ads and on their website.

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