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Old 02-25-2003, 21:20   #1 (permalink)
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does any1 know if they are available yet, or when they will be due out.


cant wait to get the collection.
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Not the only one mate, been waiting for these ever since slapping eyes on Barra back on Raid I. I thought Biante were on the case for a 1:18 BA XR a few months back, so it shouldn't be too much longer?

Also waiting for 1:18 blueprint T3's too!
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Must be supply and demand. I think you can already get a VY in a diecast.

I would be lining up pretty quickly for a T3 in 1:18th scale.
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I keep checking out the link below to see if there is any news on BA models
http://www.biante.com.au/showroom.cf...=details&ID=78
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Must be supply and demand
You're joking, right?

"Western Australian Police force Holden VT Commodore patrol car"

Yeah, just HANGING out waiting for these to come out....

Simon....
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"Western Australian Police force Holden VT Commodore patrol car"
Yeah, just HANGING out waiting for these to come out....
HAHAHHAHAHAHA ..... yeah well it IS a commodore.. I suppose they have to do SOMETHING with all the VT shells they have, to make way for the VY Botherdore range
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You're joking, right?

"Western Australian Police force Holden VT Commodore patrol car"

Yeah, just HANGING out waiting for these to come out....

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Hehe.... Yes I hadnt seen that at the time of posting. Is kinda rediculous, but the WA Police force may have paid them to do a limited run or something.
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Dont forget the holden models are outselling the ford ones hehe..always have...always will :)
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Dont forget the holden models are outselling the ford ones hehe..always have...always will :)
Yes yes.... I think I recall Ross Mckensie saying something to that effect too about the Commodore. We are about to prove him wrong there as well...
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The prototype BA XR8 piccies are up now -

http://www.biante.com.au/showroom.cf...=details&ID=78
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