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Old 18th July 2019, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Eaglemoss 1/8 scale Nissan licensed metal model

Anyone ordered the 1/8 scale model? It's pricey and will take two years to build but great quality and a good way to understand how the car is engineered. Unless you can take a full size one apart at home ***x1f609;
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This thing ?
https://en-gb.eaglemoss.com/die-cast...RoCK8oQAvD_BwE

100 issues at a tenner a pop plus 2 quid to post it. £1200 in total.
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That's it. Very expensive but rare and high quality. Just got my first delivery and you can even see the Bilstein logo on the dampers, it's very detailed. Mostly made of metal and will be about 2 feet long when complete. I did look at buying a second hand assembled one but they went for as much as the cost of the subscription, without the magazine's etc. I also looked at a 1/5 scale engine model which is even rarer.
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