Neat -- unique indeed! Nice setting you put it in, too!
Nice work! 👍the models aren't unique, but I added a little touch of personalisation.
all of them came plain red from the box, so I've ordered (or designed myself) the decals. all cars are 1/24.
as far as I know, bburago's 250 LM was never sold as '65 Rindt/Gregory Le Mans car.
nor was jouef's 330 P4 sold as '67 Amon/Bandini car from Daytona
250 SWB was originaly road car, but I've removed the bumpers and added Trintignant/Abate decals from '61 Le Mans
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Nice stuff! It's really gratifying to find car models that match our daily drivers. I wish I could find some that match the daily drivers that I've had over the years, but I haven't had any luck.My most unique cars would be my daily drivers.
My current car, a Honda City 1.5L , model by Paudi which is based on the Chinese version and hence a LHD opposed to the RHD in India. Mine is a white car though of 2011 vintage.
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And our family car from 2002 to 2012, a Fiat Siena 1.6 in a similar color but leaning towards champagne gold. Model again by Paudi.
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The running joke with my collector pals is that I buy the scale model first and only then the matching 1:1. Infact for my next car I will actually have to do that as the 1/18 models of our everyday local cars are hardly made and if done, hard to find on sale.Nice stuff! It's really gratifying to find car models that match our daily drivers. I wish I could find some that match the daily drivers that I've had over the years, but I haven't had any luck.