Thanks for the comments. Where I live, I've seen a few R32 GT-R but no 458 Italia yet, so the reverse of you. My heart races and my jaw drops whenever I see one and I look forward to getting back to my collection and handling the model of the real car I've just seen. Makes me feel connected with the real thing, somehow.I love seeing my black Kyosho Supra and black AUTOart NSX displayed next to each other. The NSX is definitely a great piece by AUTOart. I knew I would buy it the first time I saw it. I actually saw a white R32 AND a 458 Italia on the highway yesterday. I've seen a couple 458's already, but seeing an R32 Skyline is pretty rare here in Florida.
Thanks for the compliments. I was thinking about waiting for the Type R in white too, but then I read the reviews and looked at the pictures on this forum. Always a mistake if you want to wait and hope for a different version to be released at a later date. Then my favourite dealer offered me this Formula Red version at a special price for my being a loyal customer and I couldn't refuse. I haven't regretted not waiting for a Type-R!Both models look really good. I'm tempted to sell my AUTOart R32 GT-R for the Kyosho version. But that NSX, definitely one of AUTOart's best models. I would love for AUTOart to make a Type R in white.
Thanks for your kind words. I couldn't imagine a collection without Japanese performance cars which seem to be a good remedy and balance to exotic cars such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche in most peoples collection (including mine). I have a few American muscle cars for the same reason. What do you collect?Thanks for posting kitefighter - they look great together!
i have yet to add either a 'modern' Nissan or Honda to my collection, so it's nice to see your photos!