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Update! Finally took new photos of my cars. Enjoy! Click each photo to access the hi-res on flickr.

1/18 BMW Williams F1 cars (Minichamps from 2000-2004, Hotwheels 2005)
2000 Williams Castrol Launch RSC 180-000099

2000 Williams Showcar Ralf Schumacher and Jenson Button 180-000079 and 180-000080

2000 Williams FW22 Ralf Schumacher and Jenson Button FW22 season car 180-000009 and 180-000010

2000 Williams FW22 Australia Ralf Schumacher (Australia) and Jeson Button (Brazil) 180-000029 and 180-000030

2001 Williams Showcar Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya 180-010095 and 180-010096

2001 Williams FW23 Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya 100-010005 and 100-010006

2001 Williams FW23 First Win Ralf Schumacher 100-010025

2001 Williams FW23 Practice Ralf Schumacher San Marino "Keep Your Distance!" 100-010125

2002 Williams Showcar Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya 100-020095 and 100-020096

2002 Williams FW24 Compaq Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya 100-020005 and 100-020105

2002 Williams FW24 HP RSC Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya 100-020006 and 100-020106

2003 Williams Showcar Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher 100-030093 and 100-030094

2003 Williams FW25 Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher 100-030003 and 100-030004

2003 Williams FW25 Barcelona Nico (signed and unsigned versions) 100-030090

2004 Williams FW26 Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher 100-040003 and 100-040004

2005 Williams FW27 Mark Webber and Nick Heidfeld Mattel G9725 and G9726

2005 Williams FW27 Mark Webber with race suit Mattel G9751

1/18 BMW Sauber (Minichamps 2006-2009)
2006 BMW Sauber Showcar NH and JV 80-43-0-413-183 and 80-43-0-413-184

2006 BMW Sauber F1.06 NH and JV 100-060016 and 100-060017

2007 BMW Sauber Showcar NH and RK 80-43-0-426-994 and 80-43-0-426-995

2007 BMW Sauber F1.07 NH, RK, and SV first race 100-070009 100-070010 100-070110

2008 BMW Sauber F1.08 NH and RK 100-080003 and 100-080004 (two copies of Heidfeld F1.08)

2009 BMW Sauber F1.09 RK and NH 100-090005 and 100-090006

1/18 BMW Williams V12 LMRs (Kyosho 1999-2000)
1999 V12 LMR #15 Dell, #16 Jenny Holzer Art Car, #17 Dell 08533A, 80-43-0-150-916, and 80-43-9-418-136

1999 V12 LMR #42 Becks, 2000 V12 LMR #42 and #43 ALMS 08531A, 80-43-0-018-218, and 80-43-0-018-219

1/18 1999 V12 LMR #42 Becks (non-open engine cover and with front winglets). Kyosho 08531A. Will convert to the #43.
1/18 BMW E46 M3 GTRs (MInichamps 2001)
2001 M3 GTR #42 and #43 Laguna Seca 80-43-0-139-183 and 80-43-0-139-184

2001 M3 GTR #42 and #43 Road Atlanta 100-012142 and 100-012143

2001 M3 GTR #42 and #43 Jarama 100-012192 and 100-012193

1/18 McLaren F1 GTRs (UT Models 1995-1997)
1995 McLaren F1 GTR Ueno #59 39520

1996 McLaren F1 LM 26006

1996 McLaren F1 LM (AutoArt) AA76011
1996 McLaren F1 GTR Fina presentation #38 and #39 80-43-9-421-483, 80-43-9-421-484, and 80-43-9-421-485

1997 McLaren F1 GTR Fina #8 and #9 39710 and 39711

1997 McLaren F1 GTR Longtail Fina #42 HPI 8863. This car DNF'd at the 24 Hours. I will convert one to the #43 (3rd at the 24 Hours)
1995 McLaren F1 #59 (24 Hours of Lemans) - HPI 8894
1997 McLaren F1 Longtail GTR Loctite #41 (chassis 22R) as it ran at the 1998 24 Hours of LeMans - HPI 8864.
1996 McLaren F1 GTR #60 (13R) HPI 8898 - two models of these. One will get LARK decals.
1996 McLaren F1 GTR #61 (14R) HPI 8897 - will convert to LARK livery when acquire a second copy of this.
1997 Mclaren F1 GTR longtail #44 (LeMans 24 Hours) HPI 8862
1997 McLaren F1 Longtail GTR #44 (Suzuka) HPI 8911
1997 McLaren F1 Longtail street 26011 (disassembled, will eventually customize)

1/18 1992 Williams FW14B test car (Exoto) GPC97114

1/18 1996 Ferrari F50 GT TSM #11FJ001
1/18 2006 Ferrari F248 Schumacher Farewell Mattel J2996

2004 Ferrari F2004 Schumacher 75th win Mattel B6221

2005 Mercedes McLaren MP4-20 Kimi Mattel G9793

1982 24 Hours winner + podium finishers. 1-2-3 for the Porsche Rothmans Racing team. #2 and #3 converted from Minichamps 180-826901 with Rothmans decals applied.
1983 24 Hours winner + podium finisher. 1-2 for the Porsche Rothmans Racing team. #1 converted from Minichamps 180-836903 with Rothmans decals applied.
1986 and 1987 Porsche Rothmans 962 winners. Spark 18LM86 and 18LM87. Rothmans decals applied.

2003 Bentley Speed 8 - Third place at the 12 Hours of Sebring - TSM131811R

2003 Bentley Speed 8 - Overall winner at the 24 Hours of LeMans (1 of 1,000) - TSM141817R

2012 Bentley Continental GT3 Concept Car - Mondial de l'Automobile (1 of 750) - TSM131804R

2013 Bentley Continental GT3 - Goodwood Festival of Speed (1 of 500) - TSM141829R

2014 Bentley Continental GT3 #7 M-Sport Bentley - First place at Silverstone Blancpain Endurance Series (1 of 500) - TSM151807R

2014 Bentley Continental GT3 #08 Dyson Racing - Third place at Sonoma Pirelli World Challenge (1 of 300) - TSM151808R

Some group shots!





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Glad to see another F1 collector join the board. Looks like you've got quite a collection of Williams cars there. You will probably find a deal on the '06 BMW Sauber at some point, usually Villeneuve and Heidfeld models make their way to ebay and discounted after a while.

Here's a pic of the Williams JPM model I have, the FW25.


Very nice Williams' models you have there. I am a perannial collector of 1/43 Minichamps F1 (and the occasional Hot Wheels)! I like your devotion to Williams/BMW there also, you are going to invest in the 2005 cars right?

There was a Williams Race Suit edition also, if you wanted one to partner your Kimi.

If its BMW you collect though are you going to buy 1/18 BMW Sauber's from now on!?!?




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MustangSVT, nice FW25. :) Definitely one of my favorite F1 cars of all time (alongside the FW26b and the Brabham BT55). Hopefully I can find some good deals on the F1.06 BMW Sauber on ebay. All of my BMW models have been purchased on Ebay so I think I'll get lucky eventually.

EnzoFerrari, I know someone in Texas that is looking out for the 2005 FW27 (both Heidfeld and Webber) at the Mattel Outlet. He found a Mark Webber FW27 there for $9. As far as the BMW Sauber F1.06, like I said above, I'll just wait until I can find a good deal on one.

I know the race suit model you're speaking of. It's the Mark Webber model. I'm not a huge fan of his so I don't plan on buying that anytime soon unless it's a really, really low price.

DiecastX, I'm a little bit of a fan of BMW. :) It's not the only manufacturer I plan to collect. Eventually I'd like all McLaren F1 GTR liveries (albeit they are BMW powered), the Mercedes silver arrows (C9, C11, C291, C292, CLk-GTR, etc), and a variety of LeMans cars like 911 GT1s, Speed 8, DBR9, Toyota GT-one, etc. :D

I saw a BMW V12 LMR in person... right next to a McLaren F1 GTR short tail "fina" livery...! amazing, got a lot of group shots.

But nice diecasts you have... not my theme (which right now is classic muscle cars) but good luck!

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Oh yeah, I think we met at the Winter Park car show last October (the Fchat gathering). I missed the Amelia Island car show that took place in March. I didn't even know about it until lastweek. I saw that supercars.net gallery you posted in the Florida section. That was depressing :( You saw the McLaren F1 (chassis 17R), V12 LMR, and the Porsche 956L chassis #003 (2nd place in 1982 and overall winner in 1983). :(

probably... I have gone to winter park since 2003... and going back again this year (on saturday I'm going to the Lake Mirror Classic car show in Lakeland at Lake Mirrror [also free]). Yea, I've also gone to amelia since 2001. I try to hit up the biggest (that I know of) car shows in north-central florida (can't really make any south of orlando or farther west than tampa). But maybe we can "officially" meet in october ;)

Oh nice, you saw my supercars.net gallery! thanks for viewing it. Its the only one up now... I deleted the other ones. I am still on the site but under a different name (problems associated with the other - mostly I got into myself).

PS- don't forget the very FIRST 1963 Corvette Z06 built (as a racer).

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Thanks for checking it out. Hopefully I can get all the ones I want (at least 30 more), but they're tough for me to find (and at a reasonable price). I think what's left of the Williams BMW is:

2000 FW22 race version - Jenson Button
2001 FW22 launch version - Montoya
2002 FW23 launch version - Montoya
2002 FW24 2nd half season (HP) - Montoya
2003 FW24 launch version - Schumacher

Some special edition ones are:
2000 FW22 Brazil GP - Jenson Button
2000 FW22 Australian GP - Schumacher
2002 FW24 test - Nico Rosberg

Hotwheels verisons:
2005 FW27 - Mark Webber
2005 FW27 - Nick Heidfeld

There are about six 1/18 BMW Sauber models right now I think:

2006 C24 (Sauber) launch version - Villeneuve
2006 C24 (Sauber) launch version - Heidfeld
2006 F1.06 race version - Villeneuve
2006 F1.06 race version - Heidfeld
2007 F1.06 launch version - Kubica
2007 F1.06 launch version - Heidfeld

They're coming out with the 2007 F1.07 race versions for both Kubica and Heidfeld this year. Then they'll come out with BMW Sauber's F1.06 "First Podium" car (milking the F1.06 mold I guess) and also the F1.06 Kubica car. So four of them are in the making. We'll see about them. I'll talk to the BMW dealership nearby here about leasing a 3 series and see if they can throw in those models for with the lease or sell to me for half off.

Onto an update...I bought this one a little over a month ago, but never got around to posting the pic. 2002 FW24 1st half season (Compaq) with JPM.

P.S. As far as V12 LMRs, I have the #16 Art Car, #17 car, and #43 Becks car still to go so I'm 1/2 way there. I still got 5 more M3 GTRs to find. #42 and #43 ALMS Road Atlanta cars. #42 and #43 Laguna Seca cars (dealer editions I believe). And the #43 ELMS Jarama car.

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I picked up 10 more cars over the past month or so and will get to posting pics of them all sometime today. Here's a picture of two of the new ones.

1/18 Minichamps #42 and #43 ALMS Petit LeMans (Road Atlanta) M3 GTRs. :D

I'll get to posting the other pics later today. I'm working on purchasing two more from Germany, but I have to deal with exchange rates without going through Paypal. It will take a few days just to send the money. :(

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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
In addition to the two Petit LeMans M3 GTRs above and the ELMS Jarama M3 GTR in the first post, I added this M3 GTR. :) It's the dealer edition of the Laguna Seca M3 GTRs. I only have #43 unfortunately.

Here it is next to the Jarama ELMS M3 GTR found in the first post. A few subtle differences.

All four in their boxes and out of their boxes. :D


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Here are a few other LeMans cars I picked up.

The first two are 1/18 Kyosho V12 LMRs. #42 is the 1999 Sebring 12 Hours race. No #43 was made. The other is the #17 1999 24 hours of LeMans car. Also Kyosho, but dealer box.

The other pic is my first UT McLaren F1 GTR. :) The #59 Ueno Clinic 1995 overall winner. Powered by BMW of course. Same engine as the V12 LMR btw.


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Here are the last four I picked up. Two Ralf Schumacher FW23s and two Jenson Button FW22s.

As seen in my first post, I already have a Ralf FW23, so how are these different? The one in the first post is the "First Win" car, which was at San Marino. The one pictured on the left here is the normal race version. The one on the right is the San Marino practice car. The San Marino cars are different at the rear wing elements, front wing splitter ends, and a logo on the front nose (Worldcom shown on race version, but not San Marino cars). Also, the back of the wing on the practice car is different from the 1st win car. Keep your distance! :)

One of the Jenson Button cars is the regular 2000 race version. The other is the Brazil edition where he first scored points (only 1,444 made). That one is on the right.

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