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Agat was - along with Litan - one of two companies which succeeded the most important Russian model car manufacturer, the Radon/Tantal combine in the region of Saratov, in the mid-1990s. The range originally consisted of the 1/43rd scale models formerly made by Radon, i.e. the majority of the former production. Several new models (GAZ Gazelle, Lada 2112) and new versions of the older models were released. The Lada 2110 model developed by Litan was added to the Agat range with a revised casting, and the other former Tantal models were marketed under the Agat name as well. While the model cars made in Saratov in the 1990s sometimes had a poor finish and tended to metal fatigue, the quality of the more recent Agat models is very good again. Agat went bankrupt in 2007, but the production of the 1/43rd scale diecast models is continued by the Incotex company.

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