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Minichamps FW11B
Minichamps FW11B
Minichamps FW11B

F1 Diecast Review: Spot the difference – Minichamps World Champions Collections vs standard Minichamps

I received an email earlier in the year with a question about the difference between¬† Minichamps’ World Champions Collection series and the normal Minichamps model of the same car. It’s an interesting exercise becau...
 
Diecast models
 
Minichamps M23 and FW07
Minichamps M23 and FW07
Minichamps M23 and FW07

Removable cowling 1:43 F1 diecasts: Part 2 – Minichamps

Part 1 of this series looked at the Brumm 1:43 Villeneuve 126CK model in a display case with an exposed chassis. In Part 2, we’ll take a look at the various Minichamps 1:43 diecasts that have removable engine covers ̵...

 
Diecast models
 
Minichamps diecasts 1:43 auction
Minichamps diecasts 1:43 auction
Minichamps diecasts 1:43 auction

Recent eBay F1 diecast 2013 sales report

After getting some requests from readers, I’ve posted up some recent 2013 high priced final eBay sales of Minichamps and Spark F1 model cars to share as reference guide for collectors. You can find the report in the menu ...
 
Diecast models
 

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...

 
Diecast models
 

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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F1 Diecast 1:43 scale comparison: Quartzo vs Minichamps vs RedLine

A few posts ago, I posted shots of Red Line Model’s 1:43 scale Ferrari 312B3. Just to better illustrate the comparison of different diecast manufacturers, I thought it would be useful to put the following Nikki Lauda 1:43...






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