:iagree the Calsonic is great and I LOVE THE PICS :happy Nice buy felix I also like your taste :cheerslouis said:ummm.. JGTC cars. I sold most of what I have in stock. I only have 1 of each left expect the Calsonic version I received recently. A lot of folks actually pick up all 3 at once (Test, Pennzoil, and Xanavi). I should have brought more. I guess I was caught off guard by the popluarity of these sealed models.
Anyways, great pic! You should contact your local dealer and add the Calsonic to your collection as well! It's a stunning looking machine!
Thanks Kurt for the kind words. :cheers They were some older shots before I refined my photo-taking and PhotoShop skills. I hope to take some better ones with a different backdrop. The Xanavi car will be the big challenge to light up well. Stay tuned. :giggleKurt said:Amazing pics Felix! Very :cool1 models!
I got them for dirt cheap so I'm not complaining about the fact that they're sealed. The details are really quite incredible. Now if I can only get the Calsonic one for dirt cheap too. :giggle :giggleFordGT said::iagree And even though they are sealed, they look like they are worth every penny :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :drool :drool :drool
Nice pics :cheers :cheers :cheers
You should really consider at least one for your collection. I'm sure you'll love the details of the slotted rotors/discs and the brake calipers.Getter 3 said:
I pulled my Pennzoil car just now to take a closer look at the interior. It is in fact very detailed especially considering the doors don't open. Sorry, no picture.CollectorX said:Felix those are some great models!! Just so long as they are very detailed on the interior I could get used to the sealed models :cheers :nicejob
Thanks for the kind words Darrick. In my view, the wheels/slotted rotors/calipers are what really "define" these JGTC Skyline models by AUTOart. :cheersDiecastX said:Felix,
Looks good :cheers
I have always liked the wheels on these pieces. :cheers