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Hi everyone!

During the last couple of months there have been some spin-offs from my "BEAUTIES IN THE DARK" topic in the "DX Classic / Vintage" sub-group and I have started to do some daylight shootings too. This means that my footprint in the forum is becoming more and more fragmented - so I got the idea to consolidate my pictures in a member showcase.

To give it a start I will summarize what I shared since end of last year adding text, pictures and links here step by step.

Stay tuned...
 

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Thanks a lot for your warm comments!!


The next 2 models are very special ones to me.
Bburago Ferrari F40 - my very first 1/18 (acquired on a holiday trip to Italy more than 25y ago)...


...and CMC Mercedes Benz W196R Streamliner - the model that introduced me to the hobby:


Again, more picture in my "BEAUTIES IN THE DARK" https://www.diecastx...-2in1-25072018/
 

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Damn it why did I click on this

Now I want one!

Gorgeous car and fantastic pics
Thank you!

That's the danger with DX, Cornbeef! ;-)
Don't wait too long, if you really want one - prices have started to rise (only the yellow version is still in production)...
 

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I'd really like to get myself a Bentley Blower... looks quite nicelly done! But that GTO... oh my God, that GTO...
 

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Very Lovely Professional looking photography!!
...I truly need access to the photography area at my old college. Seeing images like this I'd love to go back to school and take a photography class.
 

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Very Lovely Professional looking photography!!
...I truly need access to the photography area at my old college. Seeing images like this I'd love to go back to school and take a photography class.
Thank you so much friends!


Fair to say that it's not too difficult to get good photos of the 250 GTO because of the outstanding beauty of the car...


@David: You do not neccessarily need a professional studio to create this kind of pictures - great part of the pics is created by the help Photoshop.
If you're interested how simple the setup is where the Uhlenhaut and GTO pictures have been taken you can have a brief look (admittedly I meanwhile improved my setup a little bit but it still is very basic.)
https://www.diecastx...82#entry4037282
 
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