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About 1959scudetto

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 09/22/1959

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    1:24, 1:25

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    Helmut Müllner

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  1. Ford Escort rally car .

    DMC decals from Denmark also offer them - great looking 1976 RAC rally winner !
  2. FPP Models 1/24 Ferrari 250 GT Bertone

    x 2 - absolutely! One question, Gary: are the bumpers already chromed? Tom Tanner in the Ferrari chat forum says yes but 2 weeks ago I watched one on ebay and the pics showed NOT a single chromed part: no headlight buckets and no bumpers:
  3. you've done it again, Jürgen - but 500 hours ? I never had the patience (nor the ability) for this degree of perfection !
  4. 1982 Kenworth W900

    x 2 - very good looking KW !!!
  5. Ferrari 275 GTB

    x 2: absolutely !!! I like classic Ferraris in other colors than the ever-present red much more.
  6. Italeri Preview 2019( Cars)

    I think that this is a modified ESCI Miura. That was so bad that I sold it long time ago before Hasegawa came out with their perfect proportioned Miura SV. Though ESCI's was an earlier version (with the "eyelashes" around the headlights) they got it totally wrong.
  7. Italeri Preview 2019( Cars)

    I know, but this one is out of reach for me financially - I was hoping for Italeri all these years, but....
  8. Italeri Preview 2019( Cars)

    As Italeri possesses the former Protar dies (they released several of their 1/9 bike kits and some other kits) I'm sure that this is the ex-Protar kit (as is the Alfa Giulietta/Giulia Spider)
  9. Italeri Preview 2019( Cars)

    I have several each of those, but .... you can't have enough of classic Ferraris! If someone would release a 250 GT/L (Berlinetta LUsso)!!!
  10. Fujimi 911S '69 and 911R '67 are back!

    I believe they will be simplified reissues - like their Dino 246 and their Countach kits which had about half as much parts as the enthusiast models had (about 115 instead of more than 250 IIRC). For instance, the RS Dino kit has lower engine components molded into the floor pan, It does not include a detailed engine, just the exhaust tubes and oil sump; so you have to glue the engine cover shut = a very detailed but nevertheless curbside kit. I expect those 911 Porsches to be of the same kind.
  11. Fujimi Enthusiast Series Kits. Still the rabbit to chase.

    Very nice 356 Speedster - those are really highly detailed (almost over-engineered) kits that need a lot of patience but are worth it - as your Porsche shows! - I have several EMs in my stash (all different versions: 5 Dinos, 4 Daytonas, 4 Porsche 911s, 4 Porsche 356s, 1 Countach LP400 S and 1 Stratos) but built so far only one Dino 246 GT about 30 years ago!
  12. Ford GT

    NIce build, Tim, with great details - how was the kit (Tamiya, I suppose) ? I must admit, I don't like the body line much - it looks "too modern" for my taste - probably because I'm a big fan of the mid-to late 60's "original" Ford GT...
  13. Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano(Fujimi)

    Exactly what I thought by myself - the color suits perfectly, and the tan interior too! I have put thiskit aside some years ago because I didn't like it - but now I've got the idea - your color choice is great !!!
  14. Exactly my thoughts ... Perfect as always, Jürgen !!!
  15. x 2 : Excellent build as always, Jürgen !