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Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by ilario, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. ilario

    ilario Rookie

    Jun 28, 2004
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    #1 ilario, Jun 28, 2004
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    Hi there, I'm new on this chat.
    I'm Ilario, I leave in France and I'm the owner of Ilario 1/43 scale models, specialist in reproduction vintage Ferrari especially unique body as the 212 Inter Ghia Cabriolet 0233EL, or 400 SA Superfast Twinheadlights 1962 2207SA. I join a picture of my last realizes : Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale 0179EL 1951, the red restored actual car and the british racing green one which had a Chaparral engine. Please visit my web site at : http//:www.ilario.com
    I'm waiting for your comment, thank you.
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  2. Greg G

    Greg G F1 Rookie

    beautiful work Ilario - Ive admired your models for a while. Bought a couple pieces from ebay some time ago infact.
     
  3. GTE

    GTE F1 Veteran

    Jun 24, 2004
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    Terrific stuff! I didn´t know your marque, but i´ll be on the look out.
     
  4. Gilles

    Gilles Karting

    Aug 10, 2003
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    Ilario yours models are fantastics, and alls are very good choice.
    But what only limited 250 pieces, do you think for less expensive models (Kits for exemple, or made in China for some models in other serial ?)
    You tell for the 057S Bertone, How do you do for the documentation, I've never seen a rear picture of this car ?
    0725 GT ? It's one of my favorites F-car, do you think about it ? I believe I never see it in 1/43 eme ?
    Felicitations
    Gilles
     
  5. ilario

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    #5 ilario, Jul 4, 2004
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    Hi Gilles,
    Thank you for your compliment ! I'm very happy you like my work.
    The models are now limited to 350 pieces.
    I tried to make a new range called "Carbone", the models were at low cost, but I'm alone to make everything, so I prefer to continue with my Ilario range only.
    My models are not available in kit anymore, only ready built, to make them a real collection objet, made by hand and very limited series !
    I find the rear photo of 057S in the book : "Bertone 90 years" by Giorgio Nada Editore, I join it here. This model will be available end of september in blue color (wich is the real color) and also in red for those who want all their Ferrari red !
    0725GT is a very beatiful car, it looks like the princess Liliane De Rethy one made by ABC Brianza, BBR will reproduce it in the future.
    Thanks again
    Ilario
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  6. dretceterini

    dretceterini F1 Veteran

    Apr 28, 2004
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    Your work is excellent. I do not collect Ferrari models, but a couple of freiend do, and they have everything you make. Unfortunately for me, you do not make any "etceterini" models (Siata, Stanguellini, etc) :(
     
  7. chinaboy

    chinaboy Karting

    Jan 26, 2004
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    they are very good model, but very expensive.
    in HK, it sells for US$150 each.(painted,completed)
     
  8. dretceterini

    dretceterini F1 Veteran

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    Back in the mid-1980s, I was the first importer of BBR models to the US. At that times, they cost me about $35 including shipping from Italy, and US customs duties. I am no longer in the business.

    In today's world, with the devaluation of US currency and inflation, they would cost nearly 3 times that. In todays world, $150 US is no longer a lot of money for a quality, hand made, limited series model.

    There are 1/43rd scale, hand made models that cost $2500 US or more...
     
  9. chinaboy

    chinaboy Karting

    Jan 26, 2004
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    I visited that model shop again when I went to dinner.
    ok..they actually have 2 prices (to clarify everything)
    for a DIY model kit = US$60
    for a finished kit (built by the shop owner, who is a professional model builder) = US$150

    and the best part...he has a 1/43 scale 250 GTO displayed there!!!!!! (not for sale)
     

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