Almost Real Mercedes-AMG G 63 (W463) - 2015 - Polar White •

Almost Real Mercedes-AMG G 63 (W463) – 2015 – Polar White

News from the Almost Real camp is another 1:18 scale release, the latest welcomes the Mercedes-AMG G 63 (W463) – 2015 in Polar White.  In addtion to the full 360 access, the front bumper offers up with interactive bits.  This example is limited to only 463 with a suggested retail of $228 US.

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5 Responses to "Almost Real Mercedes-AMG G 63 (W463) – 2015 – Polar White"

  1. Zr2freak says:

    Not a fan of this one. Loved the 4×4 Brabus and the Bentleys of theirs, but the white doesn’t do it and just like the Land Rovers, I would love to see them delivering the variety they had announced. Where are the Paganis?

    That being said it would be cool to see them do the updated G wagon or the Maybach G650 or the Brabus Adventure 800 XLP. Otherwise they’re heading down the Autoart route just offering a lot of the same. Just cuz it’s limited doesn’t mean people will buy a variant that Autoart already produced too much of and people didn’t buy.

  2. Bart Getty says:

    I have purchased six ar products, and almost all of them have problems of different degrees. Now, after the BBR products are handed over to AR for production, the quality is not as good as before. I began to like the LCD brand. The quality of LCD is better than that of AR, and it is cheaper.

    • DS Team says:

      We’ve seen many AR products over the years, we must say the quality or quality control is extremely good. As for the BBR relationship, the level of detail is dictated by BBR, not AR; the cost of producing models, and this level is not what it was when BBR issued the 512BB LM for example. The 512BB LM maybe their best effort ever!

  3. Tomcatters says:

    I fear I’ll be 6 feet under by the time the Paganis arrive.

    • Ollie says:

      Agreed. It’s so frustrating. Wishful thinking I know, but if only someone else would release the same Pagani models before them perhaps AR would learn you can’t tease buyers by announcing something and then keep the buyers waiting 7-10 years before releasing them. Let alone, jacking up the price by including an unnecessary fancy box.

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