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Hello,

I've been after a 2005 AUTOart Stang since it was launched at the start of the year. However, I wasn't a fan of the green or red, so I decided to wait for another colour. This version was only released in Europe on monday, so I'm pleased i've managed to get one already.
I'm pleased to say that it is a good model and is up to the standards of a 'traditional' AUTOart.

Here are a few quick pics - (Mods: my software is telling me the largest pic has a file size of 57.3KB and a page size of 60.0KB. I hope this is correct).







:cheers
 
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Congrats Jim :nicejob
probably the first in GB to have it!
wait to see the engine shots etc :cheers
 
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Looks very nice jim :cheers

Whats the colour of it? It looks like a colour between silver and blue... looks very nice :eek:k
 

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Congrats Jim! :cheers

I saw this at the store, and it's a beauty. The colour is waaaaay better than the red and green.

But I like the rims on the red/green better... can't have best of both worlds, I guess? :giggle
 
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Congrats Jim!

That's the best color, in my opinion :cool\

:coolpics

:cheers
 
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Congrats on the new Mustang Jim :cheers Looks very sharp, especially the rear end, but shame its missing out on tire sidewall markings (maybe licensing issues?) :confused
 

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Great addition, Jim. Just seen an identical 1:1 a few hours ago, rubbin' it in my face while I was dragging my jalopy out of the repair shop... life's not fair! :(

:cheers

PS: I just LOVE your lawn! :giggle I'd sit on that grass all day long!
 
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Thanks for all the encouraging comments guys. :cheers

Ali - yes the tyre markings, or lack of them are down to licensing I believe.

Ronan - Yes they are 'metal' brake discs, its the lighting in the pic thats made the disc look plasticky (if thats a word :giggle ).

Thanks
 
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nice addition man :cheers

looks to have good over all detail, maybe AUTOart stepped up their game :cheers
 
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Cheers Chris

Yes the details on this model are up to the standards normally expected from AUTOart.
I would recommend this model.

:cheers
 
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