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#1 OFFLINE   RoSSi_The_GOAT

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 05:12 AM

Hi All


Great Forum!


I've spent a lot of time reading and looking at the awesome collections !

  
I'm a big Rossi fan & collect Minichamps bikes so here are some of my bikes and Figurines :)

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Foreground : 2001 Mugello Dirty & clean with the corner attacking figures
Background: 2004 Test bike & 2004 sitting figure

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Left: 2007 Stoner Ducati
Right: 2006 Rossi Ducati Test

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From Left : Agusta F4 Tamburini , 07 Stoner , 06 Rossi test , 04 Haga Koji

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I've got a few  Diecast Cars and will post some pictures of them too.


Cheers :)

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 08:07 AM

Nice collection! I've never seen a Rossi Ducati test before. Is that a conversion?

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 08:27 AM

Yes that is.

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 12:08 PM

View Posttwenty3, on 19 November 2010 - 08:07 AM, said:

Nice collection! I've never seen a Rossi Ducati test before. Is that a conversion?

Thanks  :)

And Yes it is a Conversion , I have  a few conversions as Minichamps do not make all the different test or One-Off Liveries.

That Ducati was supposed to be the one Rossi tested in Phillip Island Australia in 2006.


There was also just One photo of this rumored event !!

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 12:21 PM

Another pair of Rossi Corner Attacking Figures on bikes:

Foreground: Tamiya Masterworks & Minichamps 1:12 Valencia 2003

Background: Minichamps 1:6 Valencia 2003


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Posted 19 November 2010 - 01:45 PM

How's the quality of Tamiya Masterworks compared to Minichamps?

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 02:03 PM

Fabulous bikes Rossi-the-Goat!!  Thanks for the pictures  :rolleyes:

I'm not familiar with the bigger scales (you might know my Minichamps are strictly 1:18!) but from the way these look I'm thinking I might get myself a couple!  :tongue4:   :wavetowel2:

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 06:43 PM

View Posttwenty3, on 19 November 2010 - 01:45 PM, said:

How's the quality of Tamiya Masterworks compared to Minichamps?


The Tamiya MasterWorks are real good bikes !

From afar the Tamiya Master-works  look much better than the Minichamps.

Personally though I prefer the heavy feeling  Minichamps have due to higher metallic parts hence only collect a few chosen Tamiya bikes.


I will post some pics of the WITS bikes which might be of interest to the forum  :)

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 06:53 PM

Tamiya MasterWorks vs Minichamps - Part1


Some Daijiro Kato to remember the great potential he had :

Left - Tamiya MasterWorks Memorial edition.
Right -Tamiya MasterWorks Standard edition.
Centre - Minichamps Kato 2003

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 12:37 AM

Tamiya MasterWorks vs Minichamps - Part2


Rossi's 2003 Valencia Austin Powers Livery & Kato's 2003 Honda


First Up the Tamiya

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Next the Minichamps

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As you can see both are really beautiful replicas but the Tamiya bike lengths are a bit longer.

They also differ on the colour depths and finishes.

Sometimes the Tamiya finishes are better and other times Minichamps wins.

Guess the ones who win both ways are the Collectors ;)

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 12:44 AM

I'm not into bikes, but this looks impressive....  :wavetowel2:
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Posted 20 November 2010 - 03:44 AM

Tamiya MasterWorks vs Minichamps - Part3


First The Tamiya 1/12 MasterWorks Bikes:

From Left: '03 Biaggi, D'Antin Ducati Pramac GP4, '03 Kato & '03 Rossi

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From Left: '03 Rossi, '03 Biaggi, D'Antin Ducati Pramac GP4, & '03 Kato

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From Left: '03 Biaggi, D'Antin Ducati Pramac GP4, '03 Kato , '06 Nakano & '03 Rossi

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From Left: '06 Nakano and '03 Kato


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The Minichamps 1/12 Bikes:


Another great Minichamps bike ... Valentino Rossi's 2004 Carbon Test M1:

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So for me it's an even match between the 2 companies ... but What do you think ? :)

Thanks for looking and look forward for your feedback !

I will post some more pics of other Minichamps models and figurines too :)

Cheers  :wavetowel2:

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 09:25 AM

Cool collection of bikes!  They all look great!!!

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 01:09 PM

View Postmairandeddy, on 19 November 2010 - 02:03 PM, said:

Fabulous bikes Rossi-the-Goat!!  Thanks for the pictures  :wavetowel2:

I'm  not familiar with the bigger scales (you might know my Minichamps are  strictly 1:18!) but from the way these look I'm thinking I might get  myself a couple!  :icon_scratch:   :lol:


Thanks mairandeddy

The 1/12 scale is really a good step up as the details especially on Minichamps is awesome and worth it.

The 1/6 though is simply Amazing as they make for great visual impact but alas Minichamps dont release as many as I would like !

The good thing about 1/12 scale is the matching figurines that Minichamps make - They bring the bikes to life :)



View Postmbc112, on 20 November 2010 - 12:44 AM, said:

I'm not into bikes, but this looks impressive....  :tongue4:

Thanks mbc112 , maybe I can help change your mind ;)

It's a slippery slope with collecting as I had  just One Rossi 1/6 bike for 3 years but now ......


I do have a few Cars too but had to stop buying them so I could concentrate on the bikes :)


View PostDucati-900SS, on 20 November 2010 - 09:25 AM, said:

Cool collection of bikes!  They all look great!!!

Sean


Thanks Sean , I will be posting more pics of my collection so hope you enjoy the upcoming ones too :)


Cheers All  :clap:

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 01:53 PM

View PostRoSSi_The_GOAT, on 20 November 2010 - 01:09 PM, said:

Thanks mairandeddy

The good thing about 1/12 scale is the matching figurines that Minichamps make - They bring the bikes to life :)


More really nice shots of your bikes R-T-G -  :tongue4: - but do you have any figures then??

I agree , I think the rider figures are great, but they are few and far between in my favoured 1/18 scale.  :wavetowel2:

I have found a few - as can see a couple in my current entry for POTM see
here
but sadly none are in 'full' rider pose...

Do you know of any 1:18 rider figures?  Also do you have any Minichamps 1:18 bikes?

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 01:55 PM

Minichamps 1/12 Bike & 1/12 Figurines



Left: 2007 Casey Stoner Philip Island Win Bike & Figure Combo
Middle: 2006 Valentino Rossi Ducati Test (Phillip Island) Bike & Figure Combo
Right:   2004 Noriyuki Haga Ducati WSBK Brands Hatch Koji Livery & 2006 Rossi Ducati Test Figure

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Left:   2007 Valentino Rossi Assen Livery Bike & Figure Combo
Right: 2002 Valentino Rossi 1st MotoGP Win with Repsol Honda Bike & Figure combo

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Left: 2001 Valentino Rossi Mugello Livery  1st release (clean) Bike & matching Figure
Right : 2004 Valentino Rossi M1 Carbon Fibre Testbike & 2004 Figure

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Left: 2004 Valentino Rossi M1 Carbon Fibre Testbike & 2004 Figure x 2
Right : 2001 Valentino Rossi Mugello Livery  1st release (clean) Bike & 2nd release (dirty) Bike with matching Figures

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Foreground : 2001 Mugello Dirty & Clean bikes with matching figures
Background: 2004 Test bike & 2004 sitting figure

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Cheers :)

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 02:03 PM

Ha Ha RTG - you must be psychic!!  :wavetowel2:   :tongue4: EXCELLENT!!

However would you have any comments to add on my previous post??  :clap:

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Posted 20 November 2010 - 02:08 PM

View Postmairandeddy, on 20 November 2010 - 01:53 PM, said:

More really nice shots of your bikes R-T-G -  :clap: - but do you have any figures then??

I agree , I think the rider figures are great, but they are few and far between in my favoured 1/18 scale.  :tongue4:

I have found a few - as can see a couple in my current entry for POTM see
here
but sadly none are in 'full' rider pose...

Do you know of any 1:18 rider figures?  Also do you have any Minichamps 1:18 bikes?

View Postmairandeddy, on 20 November 2010 - 02:03 PM, said:

Ha Ha RTG - you must be psychic!!  :wavetowel2:   :lol: EXCELLENT!!

However would you have any comments to add on my previous post??  :icon_scratch:


Thanks mairandeddy

And Yes I do have some figures too - haha I was just posting them when you asked the question !

Quite the co-incidence or is it ? ;)


For sure the bikes are great but pairing them with Figurines is much more satisfying.
Once you get a few the remaining bikes look naked ;)


Sadly I dont have any 1:18 bikes nor figurines :(

I liked your pictures in POTM & the DX Motorcycle Forum too so this might change  ;)


Thanks again for your positive comments and I'll be posting more pictures soon !

Cheers mate,

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Posted 21 November 2010 - 11:35 PM

Valentino Rossi's M1s from 2007 , 2008 & 2009.


All are Minichamps 1/12 releases.



Left:   Rossi 2008 M1
Right: Rossi 2009 M1

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Left: 2007 Yamaha M1
Middle: 2008 Yamaha M1
Right:   2009 Yamaha M1

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Minichamps have updated the nose, fairings and tail end of the bike.

Quite nice to see the changes to the livery and sponsors.


A group shot of Rossi's 2007, 2008 & 2009 FIAT  M1s with matching figure releases from Minichamps Posted Image


Left: 2007 M1 with the Jerez "Lap of Honour" figure - Ltd Ed 7046 pcs.  
Middle: 2008 M1 with Rossi & Nieto figures from the Le Mans race.
Right:   2009 Yamaha M1


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Posted 22 November 2010 - 01:00 AM

Good to see another Rossi fan, you have some interesting motorcycles in your collection, congratulations. I'm loking foward to seeing him on the Ducati next year, its a dream come true for me as I love Ducati's and I'm a fan of Rossi.
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Posted 22 November 2010 - 01:41 AM

Awesome collection! I love watching MotoGP (and SBK too). Of course, I love Formula 1,
but I find motorcycle racing is much, much more eventful and exciting, as there's
way more overtaking and the winner can be determined at the last corner.
Thanks for sharing.  I wish I had some of these, but you know how it is...
if you get started with it or get into it... it's never ending.
Congrats on such a great collection.
Keep'em coming! :)

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 02:09 AM

View PostSuper Snail, on 22 November 2010 - 01:00 AM, said:

Good to see another Rossi fan, you have some interesting motorcycles in your collection, congratulations.
I'm loking foward to seeing him on the Ducati next year, its a dream come true for me as I love Ducati's and I'm a fan of Rossi.

Hi Super Snail  

Thanks for your comments!

And A BIG Yes - 2011 will be a great year for MotoGP.

Rossi & Burgess have given Ducati a LOT of feedback on the bike so it'll be interesting to see what will be realised in Feb '11 Sepang test session!

Stoner seems to be fast on the Honda and Lorenzo will be fighting to keep his "#1" sticker !

I will be posting a few more Ducati test pictures so hope you enjoy Rossi in Red ;)


View Postmmc, on 22 November 2010 - 01:41 AM, said:

Awesome collection! I love watching MotoGP (and SBK too). Of course, I love Formula 1,
but I find motorcycle racing is much, much more eventful and exciting, as there's
way more overtaking and the winner can be determined at the last corner.
Thanks for sharing.  I wish I had some of these, but you know how it is...
if you get started with it or get into it... it's never ending.
Congrats on such a great collection.
Keep'em coming! :)

Hi mmc

Thanks for your comments , I've followed your collection and have to applaud your Chrome Bugatti !

Awesome piece of Work !

You are definitely right , I started watching F1 first and in the early 2000's the MotoGP races used to be telecast after F1 - I watched one race and have not missed too many since ;)

I'm currently also working on getting the Full Races from the early years as I only recorded them from 2004/5.

The last few races with their "Battles" got me a bit nostalgic =D

I will definitely keep the uploads going :)

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 08:37 AM

Thanks for posting the comparo pix! I would say the minichamps bikes have higher side fairings than the tamiya but i don't know for certain which one is accurate to the 1:1 bikes!

Man, your 2 2004 carbon test bikes make me drool! I am still looking to find one in a more reasonable price.

I am a big time Rossi fan too! One day I'll take photos of my Rossi bikes. I can't wait for the 2011 season when Rossi race for Ducati and beat Lorenzo's tail!   :wavetowel2: I also hope he can find the straight away speed he was looking for that his M1 didn't provide.

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 12:35 PM

Hi Guys


Here's a recent release  Rossi 1/12 Figure from Minichamps:


Left:      Rossi 2009 M1
Right:   Rossi 2008 M1
Centre: Rossi 2005 M1 with the 2005 Sepang Figure Ltd Ed release of only 2400 pcs .


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The 2005 Sepang figures is quite Interesting as they have not removed "  Gauloises"  logo as done before with the previous 2005 "GO!!!!!!!"    releases.  

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Posted 22 November 2010 - 12:52 PM

View Posttwenty3, on 22 November 2010 - 08:37 AM, said:

Thanks for posting the comparo pix! I would say the minichamps bikes have higher side fairings than the tamiya but i don't know for certain which one is accurate to the 1:1 bikes!

Man, your 2 2004 carbon test bikes make me drool! I am still looking to find one in a more reasonable price.

I am a big time Rossi fan too! One day I'll take photos of my Rossi bikes. I can't wait for the 2011 season when Rossi race for Ducati and beat Lorenzo's tail!   :wavetowel2: I also hope he can find the straight away speed he was looking for that his M1 didn't provide.

No worries twenty3. Happy to share :)

It is a close match between the 2 brands, I dont have many similar liveries to compare but yes sometimes the Minichamps seem more accurate and other times Tamya have the missing decals on the Minichamps!

I have to say though - The Tamiya MasterWork Bikes are a bit difficult to come by!!

I searched many stores online & offline for the Daijiro Kato Memorial Edition Bike - The only difference is the helmet you see in my earlier Kato dedicated post.

The Tamiya bikes are not that cheaper compared to Minichamps and they are made of mainly plastic with Die-Cast wheels.

Thus on display they look great but when you pick them up they are very light compared to Minichamps.


Thanks and I fully agree - the '04 carbon bike is a Beautiful Bike.

I will also post some more Carbon bikes so hope you enjoy them too :)


Look forward to your seeing your Bikes too mate !

2011 will be really interesting indeed - Rossi-JB  & Ducati will put a strong package and there are more top riders on good bikes so it'll be a full-on scrap!!

Cheers,

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