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REVIEW: LCD Models Pagani Huayra Roadster BC

The Pagani Zonda had an extremely long goodbye, like one of those rock bands that keep going on farewell tours forever. The Huayra does not seem to get a much different treatment. The Pagani Huayra Roadster BC lines up with this tradition. As a collector, I don´t buy each and every rendition of a car or brand, and as much Continue Reading...
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And the Winner is…

After continuous calls for a revised mode for our Model of the Year Awards, we now have concluded the first poll in DiecastSociety.com´s history, where we were given three votes to cast instead of making tough decisions in between equally deserving models and different valid criteria for making a choice. Each model was tagged with markers for categories signifying vehicle Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: AUTOart Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The Aston Martin DBS badge is usually the slightly sportier version of the respective DB generation. The last DBS (famously driven … and crashed … both times by Daniel Craig in “Casino Royale” and “Quantum of Solace” a Bond generation ago) remained rather close to its DB9 platform. AUTOart unfortunately never made it and Auto World´s rather recent rendition is Continue Reading...
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Review: Super A Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 9 (modified)

Yo, what´s up, homies? We´ll be checkin´ out this bad-ass super-sick Evo 9 today! So don´t go anywhere! Ok, that sort of language may befit the model on review today but doesn´t sound like my usual self. Neither does the subject matter fit my collection theme. Asian cars hardly make an entry into my garage and are the true exotics Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: KK Scale Ferrari 365/4 GTS “Miami Vice”

If Jan Hammer´s Miami Vice theme is just now playing inside your head to pictures of swaying palm trees, flamingos, bikini girls, boats and a surfer bending over backwards to dip his head in the water, then you were alive in the mid-1980s and this model works. You can skip the next paragraph, … pal. This model very recognizably is Continue Reading...
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