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Thanks for the pics Michael, :rock:

But for 120 euro that softop looks disastrous, actually even bburago made a better one...
It maybe the angle of the photo, but the proportion seems bit funny too. The cabin seems very tall compared to the flat looking front nose. Or maybe its the ride height that's too high up from the ground :confused Feels the front bumper should come down more than that. Will wait till seeing actual model photos before making a decision on this one of course. :tempted
 

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Schuco for the Nuernberg Toy fair...

In 1/18:

The very last Beetle from south america '03:


http://www.schuco.de/Files/Products/450029...00_main_big.jpg

(Nice for his upcoming brother for the PMA Beetle, '83 Mexico-Edition)

The T2a 'Love and Peace'"-interpretation from the Ludolf bros*


http://www.schuco.de/Files/Products/450019...00_main_big.jpg

The Ludolf bros*


http://www.schuco.de/Files/Products/450392...00_main_big.jpg

More things from the the Ludolf bros* will follow in all scale...

And after the Porsche 356A Speedster - the 356A Cabrio will follow too (with better folting roof!?)


http://www.schuco.de/Files/Products/450031...00_main_big.jpg

And new Versions from the Unimog and T2a will follow to.

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The Ludolf bros*

They are nice german guys, who have a junk yard and are stars in german TV.
http://www.dieludolfs.de/
 

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Ye gads, that cabriolet top looks like a broken umbrella!

Though I do like the look of the coupe. But at 120 euros.... I think I'll be enjoying these models vicariously by surfing through other folks' collections on DX.
 
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