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Diecast news: Autoart 1:18 scale Vettel Red Bull X2010

While Red Bull Racing have scheduled a February 3 launch date for their new RB9 2013 challenger, diecast collectors should be reminded that they can get a taste of a more radical Red Bull Racing single seater, Sebastian Vettel&...
 
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Rare and hard to find Minichamps F1 diecasts

The good thing about F1 diecasts for collectors is that most model cars besides looking great in your cabinet or shelf, retain some value and if you’re lucky some might even increase in value over time. In the resale market for...

 
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F1 diecast 1:43 review: Brumm

Time for another 1:43 diecast review. Brumm is an Italian model manufacturer that have been producing 1:43 scale cars for some time. Their F1 models have included classic Ferrari, Maserati and Bugatti cars and historically thei...
 
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F1 diecast 1:18 review: Minichamps vs Exoto

In the 1:18 scale pre-assembled grand prix model car category, most collectors are usually faced with a choice between Exoto, CMC, Quartzo or Minichamps. I thought a Minichamps vs Exoto review might be useful to do as these are...

 
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F1 diecast review: Amalgam Ferrari F2008 1:8 scale

At the top end of the F1 diecast replica models would be Amalgam Collection – their mainstream F1 diecasts are in 1:8 scale and they also produce 1:5 and 1:12 scales. Amalgam models come with high end price tags too, the ...
 
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F1 Diecast 1:43 review: Spark vs Minichamps

In the 1:43 scale models, Spark models are a serious alternative to the popular Minichamps models. Spark models are resin based and in recent years they have been able to license current season cars like Marussia, HRT, Lotus, S...





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