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  1. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    #1 WOLFMAN, Aug 8, 2009
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    Since most of you have seen my “Schumacher F1 collection”, I like to show now my prior Schumacher era collection.
    This collection consist of factory built BBR and my own hand built Bosica and MakeUp versions.

    To start of this thread; shown are my hand built Bosica 156/85 version and a MakeUp 412T Ferrari.

    Comments and critic are welcome.

    wolfman
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  3. Latsyrc

    Latsyrc F1 Rookie

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    Amazing as always, Wolfman.
     
  4. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Appreciate your fine comment Latsyrc.

    wolfman
     
  5. moriaan1

    moriaan1 Formula 3

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    These parts in 1:43 are soooooo small!

    To much for me!
    Bought a Feeling43 once.... looked in the box... sold it!

    The Bosica has working steering! saw it and couldn't believe my eyes!
     
  6. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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  8. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Hans is correct, the Bosica 156/85 steering is working!
    Working with 1/43 scale models is delicate and patient hobby , specially the open version.
    In this forum you have a handful professional super builders which have a respectable name. Myself, I just built for fun…….
    Thanks for the comment Hans!

    wolfman
     
  9. Latsyrc

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    It just hit me that these are 1/43, I thought they were bigger because of the amazing detail! Very impressive!
     
  10. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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  13. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Thanks, AceMaster!

    wolfman
     
  14. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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  16. Latsyrc

    Latsyrc F1 Rookie

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    Very cool, Gerd! What is the writing on the base, it looks like "One Man Factory?"
     
  17. The Speedfighter

    The Speedfighter Formula 3

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    Wolfman,

    I think you really belong in the top 3 of best modelcar builders.

    Keep up the superb work, and post as many pics as possible :)

    Lex
     
  18. DMC308

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    I hate this post...I always have to pick up my jaw.
     
  19. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Thanks, the writing on the base, was done by one man factory!
     
  20. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Sorry DMC308, it probably gets worse with your jaw……
    I have a few more model to add…..

    wolfman
     
  21. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Lex, I appreciate your fine comments…….
    A few more models will follow!

    wolfman
     
  22. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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  24. alfred tiegler

    alfred tiegler Karting

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    Mr.Wolfman, You have a beautiful and unique Ferrari collection. I cannot see any 50's and 60's Ferrari models there. I like the history of that era as well. Is the earlier era of Ferrari history not your cup of tea? Or have you just not gotten around to it yet?
     
  25. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Thank you Alfred.
    Sorry, but my collection on F1 cars don’t go that far back.
    My oldest models are the 312T Ferraris in two scales. I started my interest with the Bosica kits of the 156/85 and worked my way slowly up in years. Even though, a few models are still missing in my BBR collection, but I’m working on that subject.
    My main interest are the newer Ferrari F1 starting with the year 1982.

    wolfman
     
  26. ursoenzo

    ursoenzo Formula Junior

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    Hallo Gerd

    I was always wondering wich is the oldest F 1 car you own

    I love the 50 es with all the problems they had - hot exhaust pipes , rain from the tires , where to put the gasolinetank
    and the 60 es with the beginning of the aerodynamic parts - wings , spoilers and exotic parts

    I am reading both threads since the beginning
    you own a fantastic and impressive collection
    thanks for showing us

    Christian
     
  27. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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  28. WOLFMAN

    WOLFMAN Formula 3

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    Hallo Christian,

    Thank you in regards to my collection. There are several F1 fans who have followed my thread on Fchat. Some of those collectors probably have never seen some of my older models before, so here is the opportunity to see them.
    I know there seems to be quite bid collectors on Fchat, who really like those old
    F1 cars from the 50’s and 60’s.
    I personnel not that much interested in the really old F1 cars from the 50’.

    However, I did purchase a Scharknose-156 made by CMC. This version I have, is the Graf Berghe von Trips car German GP 1961. Von Trips always has been my idol.
    In fact I have several older CMC F1 models.
    In 1/43 scale my oldest ones are the 312T series from MakeUp.

    As most of you folks know. I’m also big Schumi fan, so whatever BBR or Tameo produces on Schumacher, I will defiantly be interested to have that model in my collection.
    Regardless what type, kit or factory built.

    Gerd
     

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