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Does anyone have this and is $60 a good price for it? I never knew they made it. Also how does its detail fare?

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This is an unusual request from you, dude. :confused Good luck, man! :cheers
 

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I feel ya. It's a simple, elegant design. I really like it in silver, though. It looks like a stainless steel appliance. :giggle

To answer your question, I think $60 sounds a little high. I don't think they're that rare and Minichamps has never exactly blown me away with their detail. I feel if $60 is too high for an AUTOart, it's too high for an Minichamps. :mine
 
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It's a nice car - $60 seems to be the going asking price at a few online dealers. Considering the black was a dealer exclusive, you may put more value in that, and consider $60 fair.





 

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The thing to remember with this car is that even the 1:1 didn't have much underhood detail :giggle

Minichamps does some very nice cars and this is one of them.

Good luck on nabbing this one :cheers
 
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Unfortunately no. I can take some on the weekend for you. Like MP said, it was / is a simple car so there isn't a whole lot of detail. One nice feature is the way the engine cover is hinged to open back then up.

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I have red street legal 904 and silver #34 (Le Mans 1964) and they are both great models. Mainly, the mechanism of opening of the engine cover is excellent.




 
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