On Monday i applied for a new Alfa, i was told this will take about an hour for approval and for the paperwork to be printed for me to sign.
Well i have been aproved but 2 days later im still waiting for the paperwork. Although a tad annoying i can accept it, even though the feedback...
I'm looking for a diecast model of an alfa GTV, the 2001 model in red if possible.
The only ones I seem to be able to find are either of the last series, silver, or very expensive.
Does anybody know where I can get a reasonably priced model?
Any other collectors out there:confused:
Anything Italian although my Ferrari's have their own special handmade cabinet:cool:
The keen eyed amongst you might also spot two James Bond Aston's:eek:
Was watching a re-run of Clarksons Extreme Machines and started a conversation about a certain French Enigneer that built a 1/3 scale Ferrari P312B when sure enough it was the actual episode in question.
The car was built up over a 15 year period - the drawings took him 3 years alone.
At last I've found (and bought) and large scale model of my car. It is made by Ricko Ltd and sold by JM Toys (www.jmtoys.net) for £25.
You can get it in Silver or Red and the bonnet (1.9 JTD), boot and doors open. It's pretty good quality, especially at that price.
For all of the readers who doubted that Japanese and Koreans are the best design plagiarists in the world, I welcome you to view the following article, regarding the Very-soon to be realesed Mazda "2":
Drive Article - Way 2 go. Mazda grows up, out
I would like to get opinions on the rear...
Just wondered who else out there is brave enought to own up to collecting 155 models- like the Minichamps/Onyx DTM &ITC touring cars? If so do you get laughed at by your other half like I do??!! :rolleyes: