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Old 01-28-2017, 07:58 AM
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I plan to sell my red MR Bosica 288 GTO in the next few weeks. Thought I would put a post here first in case anyone has been looking. One just sold on EBay, with slight imperfection, for $1499.00. Mine is perfect, only removed from box a few times, never displayed, doors and front hood never opened, all panels still have the factory tape. Only the rear bonnet has ever been opened. Stored in a plastic bag so no shelf wear to box, no sunlight, no smoke, etc. I am guessing as close to new as any. I will start at the same price as the one on EBay (and I have been wrong on price many times before, both high and low) PM if interested.
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Old 01-29-2017, 05:05 AM
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1:43 handbuilds for sale

I am selling several of my Ferrari 1:43 handbuilds.
Only the best, amr, Le Phoenix, Ilario and a very rare pallino 350canam
All in very good to new condition, never displayed out of my dustfree cabinet or showcases.
The only reason for selling is that I am receiving some other similar models..

If you are interested let me know, if there are no bidders (yet) I can end the auctions early

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Old 02-01-2017, 01:57 PM
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Two~1:43 Scale bbr Ferrari F-1 Factory built models

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I have two of the following models listed on eBay if anyone is interested in bidding. They
are,

1) 1:43 Scale bbr Ferrari ~ BG-278, Winner M.Schumacher/G.P.Ungheria 2004, 164/500

2) 1:43 Scale bbr Ferrari ~ F248 EX18 /GP Imola 2006 M. Schumacher/Pole Pos.Winner

Thank you.
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Old 02-20-2017, 10:31 PM
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I am selling some of my 1:43 collection of Ferrari models. All the models are BBR and they are very high quality reproductions. Some of them are numbered. In specific:
1) 599 GTB (BBR183A)
2) F430 (BBR164A)
3) 458 Spider (BBRC70A)
4) LaFerrari (BBRC137)
5) F12 Berlinetta (BBRC77C)
They are all in perfect, as-new condition.
Please see the original ad here with the pricing (negotiable within reason): Ferrari BBR 1:43 models
Please let me know if any of you are interested.
Thank you!
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Old 02-21-2017, 01:13 PM
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I am selling some of my 1:43 collection of Ferrari models. All the models are BBR and they are very high quality reproductions. Some of them are numbered. In specific:
1) 599 GTB (BBR183A)
2) F430 (BBR164A)
3) 458 Spider (BBRC70A)
4) LaFerrari (BBRC137)
5) F12 Berlinetta (BBRC77C)
They are all in perfect, as-new condition.
Please see the original ad here with the pricing (negotiable within reason): Ferrari BBR 1:43 models
Please let me know if any of you are interested.
Thank you!
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Old 02-23-2017, 05:11 PM
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Selling Ferrari Dino 246 GTS - 1:14 scale by Carlo Brianza

Hand built in Italy. Beautifully finished and in as new condition. This Dino model has a wealth of detail, featuring opening doors showing off a black interior with contrasting light gray carpeting, and the V-6 engine with its surrounding compartment is wonderful. Being that this is a later Brianza piece, the front trunk/boot also opens showing off spare tire, battery and various details. And....there is some underside framework with viewing to the engine! This model comes with its original wood and acrylic display case. It is a wonderful model, and I would like to keep it, but have recently spent on some big purchases, however if it does not sell Iíll be happy to keep it. More photos available on request. Difficult to find, and priced below retail. $1,900. plus shipping.
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Old 02-24-2017, 07:08 PM
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I am selling some of my 1:43 collection of Ferrari models. All the models are BBR and they are very high quality reproductions. Some of them are numbered. In specific:
1) 599 GTB (BBR183A)
2) F430 (BBR164A)
3) 458 Spider (BBRC70A)
4) LaFerrari (BBRC137)
5) F12 Berlinetta (BBRC77C)
They are all in perfect, as-new condition.
Please see the original ad here with the pricing (negotiable within reason): Ferrari BBR 1:43 models
Please let me know if any of you are interested.
Thank you!


Update: 599 is no longer available. Please let me know if anyone of you is interested in the other models.
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Old 02-27-2017, 07:37 PM
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I am selling some of my 1:43 collection of Ferrari models. All the models are BBR and they are very high quality reproductions. Some of them are numbered. In specific:
1) 599 GTB (BBR183A)
2) F430 (BBR164A)
3) 458 Spider (BBRC70A)
4) LaFerrari (BBRC137)
5) F12 Berlinetta (BBRC77C)
They are all in perfect, as-new condition.
Please see the original ad here with the pricing (negotiable within reason): Ferrari BBR 1:43 models
Please let me know if any of you are interested.
Thank you!

Update #2: the F12 is no longer available as well. Please let me know if anyone else would like to take home one of the remaining gorgeous models - you have to see a BBR model to believe the level of detail!
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Old 03-06-2017, 05:12 AM
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selling some models..

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Contact me if interested, these are something special...
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Old 03-06-2017, 11:19 AM
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Below are the models still available of my 1:43 collection. All the models are BBR and they are very high quality reproductions meant to be displayed.
In specific:

1) F430 (BBR164A)
2) 458 Spider (BBRC70A)
3) LaFerrari (BBRC137) - this model is numbered, 126 of 200 made

They are all in perfect, as-new condition and come with their original packaging.
Please see the original ad here with the pricing (negotiable) and pictures: Ferrari BBR 1:43 models
Shipping is a flat $17 fee anywhere in the Continental US.
Please let me know if any of you are interested.
Thank you!
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Old 03-07-2017, 03:39 AM
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I have a couple of 1/43rd Feeling 43 multi-media kits on Ebay. If you don't know Feeling 43 then their kits are incredible detail, and build up into fantastic models.
Nathan

1/43 Feeling 43 FERRARI 512 M SUNOCO - Ultimate 1:43rd kit - amazing detail: NEW | eBay

1/43 Feeling 43; FERRARI 250P 1963 - Ultimate 1:43rd kit - amazing detail: NEW | eBay
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Old 03-07-2017, 09:51 AM
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I have a couple of 1/43rd Feeling 43 multi-media kits on Ebay. If you don't know Feeling 43 then their kits are incredible detail, and build up into fantastic models.
Nathan

1/43 Feeling 43 FERRARI 512 M SUNOCO - Ultimate 1:43rd kit - amazing detail: NEW | eBay

1/43 Feeling 43; FERRARI 250P 1963 - Ultimate 1:43rd kit - amazing detail: NEW | eBay

If I wouldn't have them, I would buy them immediately... these are incredible, but can only be built by a specialist
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Old 03-18-2017, 11:16 AM
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250 Testa Rossa Options

I have been seeking for a new 1:18 250 Testa Rossa. BBR and CMC models are cost prohibitive for me, but three options are within my budget: Hot Wheels (non-elite), Bburago, and Shell Classico. What I have seen are the pictures from eBay sellers, but I can't really appreciate the quality of them. Which one do you recommend in terms of quality and accuracy?
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Old 03-18-2017, 12:40 PM
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They don't differ much but i guess the hotwheels will be your best bet...
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:19 AM
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Take the hotwheels buy some wire rims from BBR put some paint on it and you will get a at least decent model. The BBR is way to big for a 1/18 it is more 1/16 and much more simple then the hotwheels. The Shell Classico I don't realy know, but is from what I can tell not better then the hotwheels but mostly more expansiv.
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Old 03-20-2017, 08:24 AM
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Ferrari Dino 246 GTS - 1:14 scale by Carlo Brianza

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Hand built in Italy. Beautifully finished and in as new condition. This Dino model has a wealth of detail, featuring opening doors showing off a black interior with contrasting light gray carpeting, and the V-6 engine with its surrounding compartment is wonderful. Being that this is a later Brianza piece, the front trunk/boot also opens showing off spare tire, battery and various details. And....there is some underside framework with viewing to the engine! This model comes with its original wood and acrylic display case. It is a wonderful model, and difficult to find.

SOLD. Thank you!
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:30 PM
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Does anyone one if there is any model of 250 GT Berlinetta Tour de France with covered headlights on 1:18, like the one below? I have only seen the one with open headlights from BBR...
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Old 03-24-2017, 03:28 AM
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BBR just anounced this very same version..you just have to wait a litle more and it will be avaiable.
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Old 03-24-2017, 07:47 AM
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BBR just anounced this very same version..you just have to wait a litle more and it will be avaiable.
Unfortunately these TdF models from BBR all sit a little too high, and the shape of the whole front end does not match most TdF's. The BBR models are a little too flat and square. I was hoping that the covered headlight version would be better, but it is not. The prices are too high to accept the models the way they are. Not that BBR cares, because they do not, but I won't be buying any for my collection.
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Old 03-24-2017, 08:36 AM
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Now that you mention it i was thinking about buying the 1959 LM class winner version....stupiod money i know but i can get o good discount...i love the model and was going to ask your opinion on it? Also interested in the 275 filipinetti, 67 class winner, what do you make of them both? wich one looks more acurate to you?
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