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How about it? Real or model?

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The answe: REAL!

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I'm going to venture model

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There is a guy that makes 1/25 models, but only sells them as finished models.

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Something about the highlights in that paint!

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antenna...real

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Real!

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About as REAL as real gets!

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This is a good one considering the fit of the panels on the actual car are worse than a scaled down version.

Mike

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I didn't know anyone MADE a Bricklin. I went with REAL! :D;)

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I'm not seeing any image, only a little box with a red X. Oh what the heck......REAL.

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Do the doors open and close? If not, it's real.

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Real.

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I say real.The fins on the wheels are to hard to get right in small scale.

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The antenna and something about the front reflector...I'm saying real.

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Having actually been in a Bricklin once I can attest to the lousy fit and finish of these cars, they had Ford engines, I forget who made the rest of the drive train.

I vote real also.

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Part of Malcolm Bricklin's ideal "Safety Vehicle" (that's the "SV" in the car's SV-1 model name) was to paint them in very visible colors - the brighter the better. That car IS an exremely bright yellow, isn't it? It's also extremely REAL!!!

(BTW: Although this isn't it, I did find a reference to a diecast Bricklin SV-1 in 1:43 by Automodello if anyone's interested. It's on the pricey side, starting at 89 Euros and going up from there.)

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Real!

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Here is the factory:

http://www.thebricklinfactory.com/

And just like the real ones, you can order one with the AMC or Ford engine.

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The body panels don't fit and it has BF Goodrich T/A Radials on it . Real .

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laeR

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No doubt it's real.

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I saw one of these in person a few weeks back........looks better than that one! I do think that one was a survivor though..........

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Looks real to me.

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I say real.The fins on the wheels are to hard to get right in small scale.

That is why I chose real plus what George said! :lol:

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Real.

:)

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