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Finally i am taking some time to show my beloved collection of this little beauties we like so much in here.

When i was a kid i had some 1/24 Burago Ferraris, Jaguar and other models, who got lost over time. My love for scale models remained and some two years ago i decided to start my collection when i moved to my new home. I already had one model before i started my collection: The 1/12 Ferrari 288 GTO from Tamiya, which i really love to bits until this day.

I started with lower priced models from Maisto and Burago again but i quickly realised that my truly satisfaction was admiring the small details more than having the cars as ornaments in my living room.
So mostly of my collection now is consisted on open models i consider having great details or/and that have some personal appeal to me.

I hope you enjoy! (i am gonna start posting in chronological order of purchase) so more goodies, and others not so much, will be shown with time.













 

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A Fantastic run of Fezza photos, Great to see the line up.
Thanks man. Ferraris are amazing aren't they? I was thinking yesterday when i was uploading the pics that's a shame we don't get them(Ferrari) anymore in full opening offerings, apart from one or another super expensive BBR model.
 

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Another batch of pictures:

GP Replicas Lotus Senna 1985 First Win.









Autoart Mustang Shelby GT500









Autoart Mitsubishi Lancer Evo Vll - Love those great cloth seats! The huge hood doglegs, not so much...











Autoart Ford Mustang Bullit - The green paiting is the highlight









 

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One of my favorites models and a holy grail for me, Autoart Pagani Zonda R. Everything said about this model was already said, so nothing to add.











 

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Congrats on the very diverse collection. I'm a huge fan of those red Ferraris you have from HWE and BBR. Is that Bentley GT Supersports from FX or Welly?
Thanks mate. That Bentley is from Welly. Nice budget model.
 

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A really great collection and thanks for sharing those beauties!! So many classics dating back to the best time of diecast is always a treat to see!!
 

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Minichamps Porsche 935









Autoart Bugatti EB 110













Autoart Porsche 911 GT2 RS 997 - Last 911 the we can see some engine.











Minichamps BMW 3.0 CSL - Love some old fashion sports car.







Autoart Porsche 993











Autoart Alfa Romeo 33 TT Spa - One of the most detailed models Autoart ever made.











 

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Another Ferrari sequence.

HWE Ferrari 458 Spider. The colour combo is killer.













Kyosho Ferrari 575 GTC - Mega exterior and nice interior, but disappointing engine details.









Kyoho Ferrari 365 GTB - Classy and elegant.









Kyosho Ferrari 328 GTB - Couldn't be more eighties. Great engine details.











HWE Ferrari 250 California - more pics









HWE Ferrari 599 GTO - One of my favorites from Hotwheels, very nice model









CMC Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa - Amazing details as always from CMC















Finally, a pair of Ferrari F1 cars of Kimi Raikkonen and Charles Leclerc

 
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