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3 Foot Long 250 GTO model !!!!

Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by hps, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. hps

    hps Formula Junior

    Nov 3, 2003
    338
    Canada
    #1 hps, Dec 10, 2003
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    Wow! I just saw the new 1/5 scale Ferrari 250 GTO model that is advertised on CollectorStudio.Com. I don't know if you guys have visited this gallery or website before (http://www.collectorstudio.com)
    , but they always seem to have the most amazing collectables. This large 250 GTO model would make a perfect match to the 1/5 Enzo I bought from them - I hope Santa is good to me this year!
    check this out !!!!
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  2. hps

    hps Formula Junior

    Nov 3, 2003
    338
    Canada
    #2 hps, Dec 10, 2003
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  3. rr1973

    rr1973 Formula Junior

    Nov 1, 2003
    349
    DieCast Collector
    Full Name:
    Ramon Ramirez
    Its look great, great add to any collection.. I collect 1/43 - 1/24 - 1/18 but 1/5 is to big for my house. My wife can kill me if she saw something like that !!!!
     
  4. eholody

    eholody Karting

    Nov 1, 2003
    103
    Montreal, Quebec
    I second the claim that Collector's Studio is amazing! Any motorsports enthusiast should stop by their gallery/store if they're in Toronto. It's worth doing so just to look at some of the historic items they have.
     
  5. 134282

    134282 Four Time F1 World Champ

    Aug 3, 2002
    40,617
    California
    Full Name:
    Carbon McCoy
    Wow, that thing is HUGE...! Who buys something like that...? Are there people out there who collect 1:5 models...? They must have a LOT of room... :)
     
  6. Brian C. Stradale

    Brian C. Stradale F1 Rookie
    Lifetime Rossa

    Mar 17, 2002
    3,603
    Dallas, TX, USA
    The room is not as big a deal as the $$$!!! By the time you buy 5 of those 1/5 models, you could buy a real Ferrari! (Not a real 250GTO, but I'd rather any Ferrari that actually drives over a few models, no matter they are models of.)
     

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