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Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by GTE, Jul 18, 2004.
I'll show you mine if you show me yours!
Here is (a big part of) mine:
We want more detailed shots... That's too big a collection to just take a few pictures of... We wanna see up close and personal shots...
My babies ..
Nice kids Ramon
Indeed a great collection. Thanks for showing!
Ramon - cool collection - who makes the older f1 diecasts that are there in yor collection - looks like the 80s era cars to me
Look like Bburago to me (a 126 C4 and a 641/2 (1990))
I only have 8 Ferrari 1/18 die cast models. 2 are bburago and 5 are Kyosho, 1 ut, and 1 guiltoy 250gt(gift). I just can't bring myself to spend good money on Hotwheels cars that are IMHO a very poor representation of the cars I love.
Nice collection guys. Ramon, do you have any pics of that yellow 360 challenge? Would like to see them.
Heres part of my collection in Miami
^^^ Is that the Sunoco 917 I see there. Pls post a close-up of it when you get a chance. Thanks
Yes, it is, its my favorite too
This is the 1/18 part of the collection, all from Exoto. The 312T is particularly important to me, since it has the Watkins Glen scrutineering logo, and that was the first G.P. I ever attended in person.
Why no 641/2? I'm still waiting for Exoto to do a version where the driver has both hands on the steering wheel (as on the four models pictured) and with no ancillary equipment like computers or umbrellas. Why Exoto has not done this yet is a deep mystery.
The next model I want to add is their upcoming 1961 Sharknose, and probably also the 126C2.
I also have a bunch of 1/43 Brumm models on my mantelpiece, but they are in their individual display cases and I don't have a decent photo. I'm still waiting for them to to a 512S Coda Lunga.