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here's some pics of the 1986 car driven by Gerhard Berger. This one's made by Minichamps and is one of the few F1 cars by Minichamps which actually has a removable engine cover with superb detail inside. I think this car is also probably the most fragile F1 diecast ever made! It probably is also one of the most colorful F1 cars!

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0561.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0566.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0568.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0572.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0573.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0575.JPG

http://users.rcn.com/f1diecast/BenettonBMW-B186/100_0579.JPG

*dial up warning - large pics*
 

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Nice F1 car!
It's neat to seehow much F1 aero design has changed over the years.

Thanks for posting those great pictures F1 Maniac. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 
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I still recall the rain soaked race in which Berger won his first race in Mexico... as for the Benetton beautiful.....
 
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Wow, a tear comes to my eye. It seems like yesterday, watching F1. Gotta love the 80's, the age of the turbo (so far as F1).
 
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