Two versions of each model were offered: the first version has the Autocraft address, while the second version is a straight re-print of the original with Micromodels address. Both versions are printed on modern white paper, so they are distinguishable from the originals.
Collectors have to be cautious because when you see only a picture of the second version it is impossible to determine if it is an original or a re-issue.
Autocraft also publishes a wide range of reproductions of other Micromodels, but they all can be recognized by altered covers.
Mr. P. Gray issued in 1979 the HL series:
They have a black & white wrapper.
Today these models are sold by Autocraft. Three gates have been added:
Ludgate is something special. Geoffrey Heighway, the founder of Micromodels had the plan to publish it, but after he sold the company it was never realised by Micromodels.
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In 1989 Autocraft re-issued some rare Micromodels using the original plates and artwork: