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hi i was looking at building a 1/8 scale bugatti 37 can anybody help thank you . mark

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hi i was looking at building a 1/8 scale bugatti 37 can anybody help thank you . mark

There are no 1:8 kits of the T37 (or anything close in that scale), but for $8,500, the following handbuilt 1:8 can be yours.

http://www.fineartmodels.com/pages/product.asp?content_area=3&sub_area=13&product_area=105

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If you're looking for reference, here's a start on learning about all things Bugatti:

http://www.bugattipage.com/

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thanks . bit pricey that one . im having a go at making one myself i was into 1/12 tamiya f1 kits . ive gone as far as i can with them

so its time to move on and build a car myself .

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If you want a classic Bugatti kit, you're pretty much stuck with the T35 as a smaller-scale race car. Of course, there are options like the 1/16 Royale, 1/18 Bburago kits, and there's a very nice T35 made by Monogram in 1/25.

Revival makes nice ones in 1/20 – here's a metal T35 kit:

http://cgi.ebay.com/3B-Bugatti-35-Targa-Florio1-20-Metal-Model-Car-Kit-/290453483410?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43a0606f92

Others here:

http://toys.shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=bugatti&_sacat=2580&_sop=10&_odkw=1%2F16&_osacat=2580&_trksid=p3286.c0.m270.l1313

Surprisingly, the 1:18 Bburago metal kits are pretty nice though the wire wheel versions could use better wheels.

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Pocher made a T50 I believe in 1/8th scale a number of years ago. Could not afford at the time.

Now........Silly money on Ebay!.......Still cannot afford one!

Bandai made a nice little T55 in 1/20th scale a number of years ago.

Their Type 41 Royale in 1/16th scale was a nice kit to build.

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