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REVIEW: Solido 1990 Alpina B6 3.5S

This is one of the most recent Solido releases. Since I am a huge Alpina fan, this was a must-have. The colour is Mauritius Blue, although, it is a different shade than the normal E30 Mauritius blue release. The paintwork is very nice. The gold/yellow Alpina decals/stripes accent the colour beautifully, although there is one section where it wasn’t applied Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Norev 1973 Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV

I have always had a soft spot for classic Alfas. The 2000 is no exception. When Norev announced this a while back, I knew I would need to have one (or a few).  This is one of Norev’s latest releases. This is a limited edition of 1000, however, more colour combos and variants (1750) are on their way this year. Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Model Car Group 1973 Ford Capri (MK1) RS 2600

The Ford Capri is a true icon. The Capri was produced for nearly two decades (1968-1986) and was very successful for Ford. The MK1 Capri was produced until the end of 1974. The RS 2600 was the top-of-the-line model at the time, powered by a 2.6L V6 producing nearly 150HP. Now, onto the model, which in my opinion for the Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Norev 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL (W198)

The Norev Mercedes-Benz 300SL (W198), which was released a couple of months ago, offers collectors a more affordable alternative to the now expensive Minichamps 300SL.  The most apparent issue and one I noticed immediately is the ride height. The 300 SL sits too high, which impacts the overall look. Luckily, it is very easy to lower this model. The paintwork Continue Reading...
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