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Old 21st September 2009, 15:27   #5206
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I did the same
And welcome mate...

and i will also copy the idea.
i have a
1. 1:18 BMW M3 convertible.
2. 1:18 Jaguar s-type
3. 1:24 Corvette 2007
4. 1:24 Hummer
5. 1:24 Ferrari F-40
6. 1:24 BMW 850 Li
7. 1:43 Ford F-140
8. 1:43 Audi Q7

to name a VERY few..

i will too start posting after this weekend.
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Old 21st September 2009, 16:25   #5207
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Default Fiat 500 Bari to Pechino edition.

Here's the latest addition to Balenopowers collection. The Fiat 500 Bari to Pechino Addition.1:24 scale. Beauuutiful little thing.
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Old 21st September 2009, 16:27   #5208
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Thanks Manishalive/Dippy & Abhishek. The American pickups are certainly an icon . I am looking for a real one without any luck. So the next best thing is
to collect scale models.
Abhishek, I have a Stude Pickup similar to this, its by Yat Ming-Road Signature in 1:18. Shall post picures on my next mail.
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@URJA: Nice and cute looking Fiat although red is the right colour for a 500. Is this a BBurago?
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@dippy - Yes thats a BBurago.
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Old 21st September 2009, 18:15   #5211
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@ amit - sooperb taxi man, I have one too ! It's great fun to play with an RC Taxi
@ flotsam - WOW the Hanseat is truly amazing. Wish I had one.
@ Urja - real cute Fiat, awesome detailing !
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Yea. That is a Burago. I really badly want an Abarth 500 in current spec.
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Old 22nd September 2009, 20:32   #5213
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I was cleaning my 1:18 display unit and decided to take a few pictures of the collection . These are all the 1:18 four wheelers in my collection.
Awesome collection bro, very neatly kept
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Old 22nd September 2009, 20:58   #5214
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what fun
i just counted and it appears I ve amassed about 100 scale models so far
predominantly 1:43, 1:24 and matchbox type. I ve also got myself a nice special cupboard in which to display them. will picturize and post the snaps of all the new additions by tomorrow or so.
found some excellent Serie D Oro Italian and European collections priced at 495 each recently in Odyssey in Delhi Airport and in their Bangalore store and bought the whole lot that he had.
added a couple more Auto Art 1:43 cars and a few matchbox ones too
somehow I dont like Maisto quality and Bburago quality as compared to Auto Art, Vanguards, Solido, Minichamps, Corgi etc. Bburago is better than Maisto though, but surely.
I still feel Auto Art is absolutely impeccable and though they are expensive, the quality is worth paying for - years of pleasure ahead, just looking at those scale models.
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Old 22nd September 2009, 21:49   #5215
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Wow, this is an amazing thread.

I shall be back soon with some stills from my garage.

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Old 22nd September 2009, 23:41   #5216
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the 'REAL HINDUSTANIS' (as i call them) better pics later.
the amby and the padmini

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the amby, the padmini and the 500

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Old 23rd September 2009, 00:13   #5217
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Cyrus.. you mentioned you recently visited Gift Center... can you through some light on their Inventory... and any pipeline info if you have.
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I posted an Excel sheet a few pages ago. What kind of a Cost Bracket and scale are you interested in? I can accordingly remember what they have...
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Old 23rd September 2009, 02:07   #5219
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Thats great Amit.
Cyrus,that Excel sheet had some problem after downloading.(Running Office 2007/Win 7)
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the 'REAL HINDUSTANIS' (as i call them) better pics later.
the amby and the padmini
I have the same Amby bought in red color now it's two tone Green / Black Will post pictures over weekend.
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