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Now what big scale builder wouldn't wanna see this one?

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Tamiya1-12LaFerrarikit-2_zps43178ba2.jpg

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I know I would be in for getting one!

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:wub::wub::wub::wub::wub:

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I would love it! I would even take a big 458; new 911, R8..........ANYTHING new in 1/12 from Tamiya. The Enzo and Carrera GT were a good start; but I much prefer the cars that really make a difference to a wider base...heck; even a 1/12 new fiat 500 would be fun to build.........'Jus sayin' Matt

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Yep! Sign me up and call for my credit card number.

joe.

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YES! Want!!!

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I suspect someone will do it in 1/24 scale (hopefully Tamiya) in the next couple years, but it would be a surefire winner in 1/12 scale...are you listening Mr. T?

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WOULDN'T?

Uh, not me.

Though if they wanna toss us a full-asssembly 1/12 288 GTO as a bone, I can wait a bit. B)

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WOULDN'T?

Uh, not me.

Though if they wanna toss us a full-asssembly 1/12 288 GTO as a bone, I can wait a bit. B)

Sorry Chuck...you're outnumbered by 6-1 ;) though I suspect a 288 GTO is probably more likely at this point in time since they have already produced it in semi-finished form...

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That was a double-negative and perhaps a little tricky, Keith.

What I was saying is that I'm not a modeler who wouldn't like a LaFerrari. Which is to say, I'D LIKE ONE VERY MUCH.

YESTERDAY, if you please - though if I have to wait, I'd certainly accept the 288 in the meantime.

And that's my final offer. :)

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That was a double-negative and perhaps a little tricky, Keith.

What I was saying is that I'm not a modeler who wouldn't like a LaFerrari. Which is to say, I'D LIKE ONE VERY MUCH.

YESTERDAY, if you please - though if I have to wait, I'd certainly accept the 288 in the meantime.

And that's my final offer. :)

Well....that makes 7 of 7 then! :D Now lets hope the power of the PhotoChop makes it a reality

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Yes, please!!!

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http://www.hlj.com/product/tam24333

It looks like we are half way (1/24) there !!!!!!

joe.

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http://www.hlj.com/product/tam24333

It looks like we are half way (1/24) there !!!!!!

joe.

My order is already in. Thanks for the heads up!

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I suspect someone will do it in 1/24 scale (hopefully Tamiya) in the next couple years, but it would be a surefire winner in 1/12 scale...are you listening Mr. T?

My, my....I must be a modern day Nostradamus! Obviously the power of my Photo 'Chop is having an affect .... ;)

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Could a 1/12 scale kit be far behind? It seem not only is Tamiya doing a 1/24 scale version of the LaFerrari, but are putting out two RC versions and an "Expert Build"(?) version at almost $270 US. Wonder what this "Expert Build" will be........hmmm.

http://www.hlj.com/scripts/hljlist?GenreCode2=all&Word=LaFerrari&x=15&y=26

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Doesn't Amalgam offer La Ferrari in 1/8 scale for around $6000? I think for more cash...they will make one custom to your taste....Oh I think there doing a 1/8 Miura SV...too

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