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Old 5th August 2011, 23:20   #10636
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Some more images of the Fulvia that I could not upload due to internet problem..................
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Old 6th August 2011, 12:40   #10637
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Hey fellow collectors, finally back after a long break.. reviving my collection spree with:

The Maserati GranTurismo, 1:18 by Mondo Motors
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Old 6th August 2011, 15:05   #10638
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A good beginning to the rally-car modification! Looking forward to seeing the completed job soon!
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Old 8th August 2011, 14:28   #10639
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On my recent Mumbai visit, I saw this fantastic, well detailed Mercedes Benz Transporter in 1:18 scale by Schuco at Automania. Mumbai priced at Rs. 29,000/-.
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AmarPaithankar!!Thanks for posting a photo of the 1:18 Mercedes Benz 0317 Porsche Renntransporter by Schuco.I've just bought one of these but since I'm away in college,I won't get to see it till I get home in December.
It really looks bloody huge.No wonder my mom's so angry with the size of the thing.Should have given her a proper heads-up.
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On my recent Mumbai visit, I saw this fantastic, well detailed Mercedes Benz Transporter in 1:18 scale by Schuco at Automania. Mumbai priced at Rs. 29,000/-.
I've got that on order :-) ... looking forward to holding it soon
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Old 8th August 2011, 18:22   #10642
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Hey fellow collectors, finally back after a long break.. reviving my collection spree with:

The Maserati GranTurismo, 1:18 by Mondo Motors
that is one of the worst models ever made! I hope Autoart makes one. I really do!! or maybe Kyosho.

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On my recent Mumbai visit, I saw this fantastic, well detailed Mercedes Benz Transporter in 1:18 scale by Schuco at Automania. Mumbai priced at Rs. 29,000/-.
This was picked up by someone immidiately though. I cant wait to see it in the flesh soon
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Been off for a while, havent posted here in ages.
Here are some of my recent 1/18 acuqisition
Mercedes SL - Revell
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Mclaren Prototype - Guiloy
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Shelby Series 1 - Bburago (Mods stripe removed and wheels painted black)
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that is one of the worst models ever made! I hope Autoart makes one. I really do!! or maybe Kyosho.
Well, i know the quality is shabby, but you cant do much when thats the only one who manufactures it & you really got to have one in your collection. Take for eg. the LP670-4 SV, awesome car, but sadly no one (read: affordable) manufactures it in 1:18, but ive heard that AA has it on its coming soon release list

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Here are some of my recent 1/18 acuqisition
Nice collection Zibby!
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@Zibby - really nice collection. I have the same Mclaren Prototype - Guiloy, i had picked mine back in 1995/6.
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Well, i know the quality is shabby, but you cant do much when thats the only one who manufactures it & you really got to have one in your collection. Take for eg. the LP670-4 SV, awesome car, but sadly no one (read: affordable) manufactures it in 1:18, but ive heard that AA has it on its coming soon release list

Nice collection Zibby!
Yep. Sure is!! Also Norev is doing a version too and that should be 1/3rd the Auatoarts price. That said, Im most certainly going to get the Autoart when it comes!! In bright Blue hopefully!!
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Land Rover Discovery 3
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Old 11th August 2011, 00:04   #10648
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Classy Discovery. This model as well as that of a LWB Defender has been on my wish list for long.

I am attaching a few more images of my Lancia Fulvia that my friend Amit has taken.

Rally conversion is going on and for this I will either take reference of rally Fulvias of yore or design my own decals / strips.
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Classy Discovery. This model as well as that of a LWB Defender has been on my wish list for long.

I am attaching a few more images of my Lancia Fulvia that my friend Amit has taken.

Rally conversion is going on and for this I will either take reference of rally Fulvias of yore or design my own decals / strips.
Awesome dude, mind bowgling. We got the same in 1:24 maroon color. But this red incarnation is simply to die for. Seems like 1:18 Autoart.

Temptation's come in many forms, but this one bowles me over.
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Old 12th August 2011, 00:18   #10650
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You're right Manish, the Fulvia is indeed a masterpiece by Auto Art in 1:18 scale. The paint finish is simply flawless.

Some images of my 1:18 scale Range Rover by Welly:

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Awesome dude, mind bowgling. We got the same in 1:24 maroon color. But this red incarnation is simply to die for. Seems like 1:18 Autoart.

Temptation's come in many forms, but this one bowles me over.
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