Karsten Weiss, Author at DiecastSociety.com

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REVIEW: Kiloworks Mercedes-AMG ONE (C298)

This will probably be the shortest full review ever on this website. The reason is very simple. The “new” Kiloworks Mercedes AMG ONE is in fact the exact same model as NZG´s I reviewed earlier, so for almost everything I can simply refer you back to that earlier review, including the photos. The only, but decisive difference is: This time Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII (or Series 2)

“The world needs icons.  Those exceptional few that stand clear of the rest. For these individuals who inspire greatness, only the purest expression of Rolls-Royce will do. An icon like no other. A motor car that stands alone – so superlative as to defy definition. This is Phantom. One of One.” Going by the brochure, Rolls-Royce is full of poetry Continue Reading...
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PHOTO GALLERY: Solido Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm

Encouraged by Luk´s review a year ago (thank you!), I have recently obtained this remarkable effort by Solido in red. However, mine had paint issues on the hood and the stitching decals on the interior were misapplied or partially missing (compare for pictures with white indicators). Modelissimo offered me a full refund on me returning the model (as they are Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Norev OEM Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla´s Cybertruck and its design surely have been controversial from its inception onwards. Elon Musk and Franz von Holzhausen have kept the production model looking much like the prototype. It still looks outlandishly Sci-Fi utilitarian, the commercial looks aptly as if it had been shot on Mars and the box of our model hilariously tells extraterrestrials that this “Cybertruck 1:18 Continue Reading...
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PHOTO GALLERY: BoS Jaguar Mark X / 420 G

For those who have a Jaguar theme in their collection and wish to make their range of Jags more complete: Long after the original release, Best of Show (BoS) has just released a second colour for their Jaguar Mark X aka 420 G in this later version that had been updated from its original 3.8-litre engine shared with the E-Type Continue Reading...
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