& I was correct.
Unfortunately it's not planned to make models from our 1/43 range to 1/18 scale for now.Are there any plans to make the Renault Megane R26R in 1/18 ?
I know OttO Mobile did, but a 1/18 in Blue with Red wheels would look great!!! Either by Solido or OttO Mobile. I'm not fussy!
You have send us an email about this issue. We are very sorry to see that your model is arrived with some defects. As explained, please contact your reseller to any after-sales request. We have forwarded your pictures to our devteam.Got my Supra(s) today. The white one arrived with the targa loose. Took it out and noticed a scratch on it. I don’t intend to ever display the car with the roof on, am I being too picky? I noticed a wheel chip but whether that’s related to the targa I don’t know.
My perfectionist streak says to replace it, but my realist side says that I could get into an endless loop of receiving flawed cars.
The red one looks pretty bang on. View attachment 273459 View attachment 273460 View attachment 273461
We have talked about it before on this forum but we are often forced to make compromises when developing our miniatures, mainly racing cars. This includes different rims. We try to make the most realistic and faithful as possible, while respecting our budget and our restrictions. Thanks for your understanding.
Same here. I would rather pay £5 / £10 more an have the accurate wheels. I'm not getting the Wurth Sierra because I'm not a fan of the livery but still, I am put off by the wrong wheels. It was the same with one of the 190E touring cars. They had painted road wheels and not center lock race wheels.Impreza 22B due soon in road and rally guise.
The rally version has correct wheel rims, which are different on the street version.
Sorry to keep banging on about this, but internal differences are less obvious in a display case compared to wheels.
I seem to remember a mention of an 'enhanced' range of models - presumably at a higher price.
I would be more than happy to pay an extra €5 - 10 for proper wheels and tyres.
Anyone else have an opinion on this (knowing that those living outside Europe will pay a higher price for the usual reasons)?
Motorsport has always been very important to me, and scale replicas are an essential part of that.
Agreed and likewise.A short clip of the upcoming Porsche 935K3 - which looks quite decent.
It's of little interest to me, since I have the excellent TSM version.
But look in the background at what is visible, but out of focus.....
Are you thinking it's a K4?But look in the background at what is visible, but out of focus.....
4 new molds for 1/18 scale, more at 1/43 scale...Some additional items for later in the year.
Mostly paint jobs....
A small part of me still wants a Kyosho out of principle but…