BBR New Classic Ferrari 1:18 •

BBR New Classic Ferrari 1:18

More classic Ferrari in 1:18 scale comes in the form of the beautiful Ferrari 275 GTS/4 NART (s/n 10453) Steve McQueen 1967 car.  Just stunning!  This example is limited to only 200 pieces worldwide.   And one more we share here is the 1:18 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 1966.  A limited-edition of 230 pieces

Product# BBR1824 / BBR1819A

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4 Responses to "BBR New Classic Ferrari 1:18"

  1. MLB says:

    BBR released both of these models in so-called numbered “limited editions” several years ago! But here they are reproducing more quantities of earlier models, which were sold out editions. Depending on which side you are on, you might consider this bad for collectors or good for them. Either way it is completely unethical to sell something as a limited edition, have it sell out, and then offer exactly the same thing again in another edition. BBR have unfortunately been conducting their business this for very many years. In other industries you get sued for this type of behavior.

    Too many manufacturers abuse the words “limited edition” these days.

  2. MLB says:

    One more thing I forgot to add. I have five of their 1:18 Ferrari models, and am extremely happy with them. They are great models, not perfect, but still great. I would have bought more, but kept my buying of their models very limited due to the fact that I know they are dishonest about editions, and don’t care about devaluing their brand or about their collector customers. I still remember my conversations with Alberto (BBR owner/partner) back in the early 1990s.

    So my advice is always buy what you like, BUT buyer beware as well.

    • DS Team says:

      You of all who visit here should know “limited”, “exclusive” and “rare” for the most part are just marketing tools. In agreement, buy what YOU like!

      • MLB says:

        Yes I know, but “limited” is still used correctly by a few specialists in the model industry as well as other high end collectible markets…. And yes, too many mfgs. wrongly use it as just a marketing tool, and unfortunately some people get fooled by that. :-(

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