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Got 2 this week.

BMW E36 318i Fina Dealer Edition

No engine or boot, only front doors open, via nasty dog bones, just as you'd expect from an old model made by UT. Not much detail to speak of, but stance is great in my opinion.



Kyosho BMW 745i

An oldie. Usual Kyosho quality... engine detail better than newer Kyosho offerings.






 

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Congrats Leslie! :cheers

I didn't know the 318 is sealed in the front too... I thought normal release 318 racers had opening hoods? :confused
 
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:cool Leslie

The 7er is the best BMW Kyosho have made. Cost cutting measures are visable on the models they released after this.

:cheers
 
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I recognise that 7 series :tease

Congrats on the new additions .

Gary , the bonnets arent sealed on the regular UT releases
 
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:iagree Everything feels right. Only thing not quite right on it are the rear lights. Paint on the inside of clear lens makes it look really flat. The M6 lights look a lot better, but then again they are meant to be LED on the M6.
 
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Congrats on the new additions :cheers

the silver is the best color for the 7er. :tongue great choice :310
 

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Wednesday, I did a road test on a 2005 BMW 745i :happy . I can't believe how many gadgets this car have!!!!! Great car BTW !
 
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