The cottage sports car industry has brought us many notable creations such as the Cobra, DeLorean, Griffith and Vector. One lesser known was the Canadian-built Bricklin. This was a gull-winged coupe powered by an AMC 360cid V-8. Later, Malcolm Bricklin converted to Ford 351cid Windsor V-8s. Manx dune buggy creator Bruce Meyers built the concept car. Automodello is quickly becoming known as a diecast maker that is willing to step into the abyss to create otherwise lost automotive treasures. It did so with the Griffith and now the Bricklin. Clad in original orange, this is an extremely high-quality 1:43-scale replica with excellent fit and finish, a fully detailed interior and accurate trim, tires and wheels. Production is limited to 399 pieces, so act fast to own a vanishing piece of sports car history.