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  1. furoni

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    Ups, sorry 1/12!!!
     
  2. bigodino

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    Looks nice.
     
  3. furoni

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  4. furoni

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    I want it so bad i'm going to try and convince myself, lolo...real pics below...
     

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  6. Gatorrari

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    To me the "greenhouse" looks a bit too shallow, or maybe it's the lower body which is too deep. The front fender line keeps rising to the doorpost, whereas on the real car the fender line is actually pretty level at that point. And the back edge of the side window is too vertical.
     
  7. furoni

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    I also think that teh air vents behind the front wheel are too vertical, and perhaps too wide..not sure
     
  10. rysc97

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    You can not compare those GTO's with each other, all three cars are different.
    #25 was a series I GTO '62 s/n 4399, rebuild end 1963 with a series II GTO '64 body, "hood scoop" was placed just before the 24 hrs of Le Mans 1964.
    #23 was a series I GTO '62 s/n 3413. rebuild in '64 by the factory with a series II GTO '64 body without the "roof spoiler", this is the "long roof" version.
    #24 is a real series II GTO '64 s/n 5575, but without "roofspoiler".

    So, they are really different from each other.
     
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  11. rysc97

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    This 1:18 GTO '64 (s/n 4399)I bought at Retromobil Paris in 2018.
    Brand: Remember+One (Atelier Car Models)

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  13. Lusso123

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    +1
     
  14. furoni

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    Thanks for the lesson, i confess my ignorance when it comes to gtos...more of an f1 guy, although i prefer sports cars and gts as models.
    Obviously the mold from cmr is the same for every versio, except for the roof spoiler...but i liked the fact that thy aded small things that imo made the model a lot better, like the painted rims ( correct unlike the mg model version) ....unfortunatly the body is far from perfect...bit this is my favourite 64 gto version....by the way, congrats on your model, looks amazing, although i fear the price was also pretty "amazing"
     
  15. rysc97

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    I am sorry Marshall, I have made one mistake: s/n 4399 was a '63 GTO
     
  16. rysc97

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    Technomodel 1:18 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale ready for shipping?

    At first sight, they look good!


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  17. Lusso123

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    They do look pretty good. I might give in and buy one of the yellow Le Mans versions. Thanks for posting these pics!
     
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  18. gt4me

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    Agree, the yellow version is very eye catching. What sort of price are these?
     
  19. furoni

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    219 € is usuialy the retail price
     
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  20. furoni

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    I was wayting to see a real picture, now that i have i hope i'll still be able to grab one from my "dealer".
     
  21. gt4me

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    Another one on the list then :)
     
  22. furoni

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  24. F1tommy

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    Tecnomodel's #6885 is not to bad other than the 17 inch wheels(to scale). What is wrong with them?? Everycar has over sized wheels.
     

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