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THE SOLIDO GTE
The French company Solido first sold a model of the
Series I GTE in 1962 and kept it in production through
1968. It was added to the 100 series of sports cars,
which were noted for their increase in detail over
earlier models. Features include a spring suspension,
opening doors that showcased a relatively detailed
interior and good looking wire wheels. The model has
minimal chrome; even the bumpers are grey plastic.
The model primarily came in Metallic Silver, Grey and
dark Blue, though Ivory, Red and Turquoise models
are known. After Solido stopped production of the GTE,
they licensed the model in Spain and Brazil through
the Dalia and Brosol companies. In the 1980's, Solido
resumed production of the GTE under the Verem name.

SOLIDO #123
A dark Blue on Black GTE. Comes with a Black plastic
stand that among other things has "Solido" and " Made
in France" stamped on the bottom.
SOLIDO #123
A white on red GTE with painted headlights. I do not have a photo of this model yet.

SOLIDO #123
A light blue on tan Series I GTE
Photos by Yvo Alexander

SOLIDO #123
A red on tan GTE with painted headlights.
Photos by Yvo Alexander
SOLIDO #123
A silver on red GTE with painted headlights.
Photos by Yvo Alexander