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Old 30th October 2008, 01:10   #3496
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Took my Jeep for a little off-roading. Some pics.

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Wawa, benny! I've a similar Maisto Jeep Liberty in my collection too.
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Old 30th October 2008, 05:49   #3497
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Wawa, benny! I've a similar Maisto Jeep Liberty in my collection too.
Oh, thats great Salil! How about some pics of the same?
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Old 30th October 2008, 13:21   #3498
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Amazing pictures of the Corvette. The car and the photos look great.
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Old 30th October 2008, 22:35   #3499
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Default My BMW F 800 GS

Guy's here are the pictures of the BMW F 800 GS,that i picked up from Navnit motor's.Since the picture size is too large,i had to upload it on picasa.Here is the link to the album:
Picasa Web Albums - Neel - B.M.W. F 800 GS!

Hey maverick this one's for you.Took me 2 hour's and 228 photo's to finnaly narrow down to these 24.
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Old 31st October 2008, 08:06   #3500
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Very nice pics there neel, the detailing is really crazy!!
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The W124 E-Class is out and I want it.
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I want it too. Its an Autoart if I'm not wrong.
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among 1:18 is autoart twice as expensive as equivalent maisto model?
which would be a vfm brand?
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Old 2nd November 2008, 15:54   #3504
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Maistos are good value for money. Autoarts are Kyoshos are way more expensive. <aistos and Bburagos good to start a collection with.
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Maistos are pocket friendly...best part is availability.AFA AA goes they are expensive and top notch on quality and finish....
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It also depends on what you want to collect, quality or quantity.

You can have a cupboard full of Maistos for the same amount that you get a few AAs. But the quality, finish and value that the higher end models have cannot be matched by the Maistos.
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I want it too. Its an Autoart if I'm not wrong.
Yea, its an Autoart. Available in silver and a darkish green/grey
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Default MatchBox models of yesteryear

Just stumbled accross this thread.

Does anyone here collect MatchBox? I have about 200 MatchBox and Dinky models oldest from 1975 still in their original packaging. I have about 30 models of yesteryear series which are my primary interest.
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Just stumbled accross this thread.

Does anyone here collect MatchBox? I have about 200 MatchBox and Dinky models oldest from 1975 still in their original packaging. I have about 30 models of yesteryear series which are my primary interest.
i do. can you post the dinky photos??
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The W124 E-Class is out and I want it.
It's still 2-3 weeks away. Sorry for the confusion.
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