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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-07-04, 04:28 AM Thread Starter
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that looks pretty detailed!!
how much did you get it for?

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LOL @ Nanas bed spread :err:
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Now one of those would be fun around a track.. A real one that is.

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That is very detailed,nice work who ever did it.

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What's the size of the model? If only you could get more models that big, though I think I'd run out of room and money.
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fantastic model there russ. is that one from philbie's shop? bloody detailed..

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Re: As close as I'm likely to get ....

The scale is 1:10 - overall length of the model is 43 cm.
The locking pins on the bonnet and rear hatch are fully functional as are all the suspension parts including the shocks. The door handles actually open the doors and the engine cover is secured by locking tabs and a real catch. Even the instrument graphics are legible, the seat belts adjust and the gear shift is a functional H pattern for those with small hands. The attention to detail has me lost for words.

They aren't cheap as you'd expect. Something upwards of $1300 purchased locally I believe.

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The scale is 1:10 - overall length of the model is 43 cm.
The locking pins on the bonnet and rear hatch are fully functional as are all the suspension parts including the shocks. The door handles actually open the doors and the engine cover is secured by locking tabs and a real catch. Even the instrument graphics are legible, the seat belts adjust and the gear shift is a functional H pattern for those with small hands. The attention to detail has me lost for words.

They aren't cheap as you'd expect. Something upwards of $1300 purchased locally I believe.

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