Paragon is a diecast model company that produces replicas in both 1:18 and 1:43 scale. It mainly releases BMWs, as it provides BMW dealerships with models of the car manufacturer’s latest road cars. But it also replicates the occasional classic car gem as well. In this arena, Paragon concentrates on Jaguar subjects, such as its Mk. 2 and XJ6 models. They have also re-created the iconic Jaguar E-Type Lightweight race cars from the 1960s. Paragon also produced the Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow that Steve McQueen drove in the movie The Thomas Crown Affair. Paragon’s replicas are of a very good quality, and offer outstanding value for money. Its 1:18 models always have opening parts, as they are made from diecast rather than resin.
BMW i8 - Crystal White/Frozen Grey 1:43 (PA91052)
BMW i8 - Sophisto Grey/iBlue Matt 1:43 (PA91051)
Jaguar Mark II 3.8 1962 - Gunmetal 1:18 (PA98323)
Rolls Royce SS MPW - Regency Bronze 1:18 (PA98205)
Daimler 250 V8 1967 - English White 1:18 (PA98313)
Paragon has released a 1:18 diecast replica of the Cunningham #15 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight '5115 WK' that Briggs Cunningham and Bob Grossman drove to ninth place in the 1963 Le Mans 24 Hours.
Paragon has released a 1:18 diecast replica of the Coombs #47 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight '4 WPD' that Graham Hill drove to victory in the 1963 Sussex Trophy at Goodwood.
Atkins Jaguar E-Type Lightweight - 2nd 1963 Silverstone International GT - #44 R. Salvadori 1:18 (PA98331)
Paragon has released a 1:18 diecast replica of the Tommy Atkins #44 Jaguar E-Type Lightweight '86 PJ' that Roy Salvadori drove to second in the 1963 Silverstone International GT race.
Paragon has released a 1:18 diecast model of the 1971 Jaguar XJ6 2.8 in British Racing Green.
Jaguar XJ6 2.8 1971 - White 1:18 (PA98301)
Paragon has released a 1:18 diecast model of the 1971 Jaguar XJ6 2.8 in white.