The MCA Centenaire was built to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Car Club of Monaco. MCA stands for Monte Carlo Automobile. 100 MCA Centenaires were intended to be produced but in the end only 5 were made – one red, one black, one white, and two blue – coming in either coupe or targa form.

Power for the MCA Centenaire came from a mid-mounted Lamborghini V12 from the Countach.

Later, MCA was sold to the Russian manufacturing company MIG, who submitted the ‘MIG’ Centenaire to the 1993 Le Mans 24-Hour Race, but the car failed to qualify and was consigned to the history books.

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Scale: 1/43
Manufacturer: BBurago

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