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Hey guys-

I was wondering if you could help me out here. I am looking for the price of a model and I found a listing in EBay that kind of caught me by suprise.

I was wondering if, using the vast amounts of knowledge on this site, I could get a fair market price for this model.

The model in question is Minichamps Gulf Porsche 917L Le Mans 1971 #18, with the picture below



So what is the market price for this model???

Thanks for the help guys! :cheers
 

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Thanks for the welcome. I have been all over the place- every once in a while I have come in here to see what is going on, but in the past couple of months, I have strayed a little bit from the hobby.

Needless to say I am starting to become interested again- I got some new space designated as a 'man room' and my eyes are starting to perk up again when I receive emails from diecast shops.

Who knows, I may do a banner again!!! :cheers
 

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Hey buddy, good to see you back at DX - hopefully your renewed interest in the hobby means you'll be spending more time here...now get to work on that banner!!
 

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Good to have you back! :cheers While I don't know anything about the model, it appears to me that the one pictured is missing a rear wheel. :confused
 
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Minichamps Porsches , especially HTF cars like this Gulf car , will normally command very high prices .

Not really sure what the market value of this is but I bet it wont be cheap...as a guesstimate , I would say around $100 - $125 .
 

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This must be a 1/43; I've never heard of or seen it in 1/18, although AUTOart is supposed to release the #17 Gulf longtail soon in 1:18.

Don't have a clue about it's value but I'd sure like to see it in 1:18! :cheers
 
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