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  1. TOPGEAR DOG is offline Secretly a shoplifter!
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    Default Autoart 1/18 models

    Hi, i want an Autoart 1/18 scale model, but dont know what to get. I already have a Celica and Red/ Black Veyron.

    I have 40 to spend, if you know a good model can you post a link...
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  2. TOPGEAR DOG is offline Secretly a shoplifter!
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    Ive ordered a Raybrig NSX:bananasplit:
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  3. Street Ryder is offline Speed Demon
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    You got the veyron sweet, i thought it wasnt out yet, porsche 911 turbo.

    Just go on there site and check out there deadly cars, so much to choose from

  4. TOPGEAR DOG is offline Secretly a shoplifter!
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    Its the Autoart millenium Veyron, not the £100 Autoart signature one. I was considering the Red Bull 911 GT3
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  5. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    Were do you get these from? I went on their site and have seen a jag xkss model but its a 1/43 size (how big is that, I have no idea) and how much are these things.
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  6. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    OK, i think I aswnered my own question.

    Is this about right?

    http://www.minimodelcars.co.uk 10 cm long and £21?
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  7. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    Quote Originally Posted by Pherelas »
    OK, i think I aswnered my own question.

    Is this about right?

    http://www.minimodelcars.co.uk 10 cm long and 21?
    These guys are usually cheaper than mmc: http://www.modelcarsdirect.co.uk/
    I'm a bit mental.

  8. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    Thanks, 19 quid there.
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  9. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    1/18 Scale is usually about 10-12" long or close to 30cm. Good size for a model, what to remember is the scale means for every 1 inch of the model there is 18 on the real thing.
    I'm a bit mental.

  10. jakyboy is offline pie is yum
    Location: Moe
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    i have 13 1/24 Scale models and a 1/18 scale model

  11. Hammy is offline DoUcHe BaG
    Location: Newcastle, England
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    Default Re: Autoart 1/18 models

    ive got a 1/16 Pontiac GTO somewhere lol




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  12. TOPGEAR DOG is offline Secretly a shoplifter!
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