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Welly 1:18 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Package

If you’re looking for an alternative replica of the Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Package, Welly has just released theirs.  This 1:18 scale, diecast metal, and opening bits model will retail well below the AUTOart piece.  Though the level of detail isn’t 100% on par, the slight delta between the execution of the two doesn’t show in the price.

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13 Responses to "Welly 1:18 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Package"

  1. Sac says:

    ‘the slight delta in execution’ ? Excuse me but the the stance, taillights and rims on this model is nowhere close to the Autoart counterpart…you get what you pay for i guess..

    I am surprised that i stood up for Autoart but in this case, they are indeed better off..

  2. Atalante says:

    Retail price for the AA 918 is around the $200 US mark and yes it can be had for quite less. So yes the difference with the Willy is close to $100-125.

  3. ryser says:

    evidemment ce n est pas du auto art , c est juste une question de moyens , il en faut pour tout le monde .

  4. Robert says:

    I still would get this one than a resin costing three times as much! And the AutoArt is still way better than a closed resin!

  5. Shaun says:

    Hi all. Not sure if anyone can help or where is best to ask but. I’m looking for a 1/18 918 but WITH a roof and not the Weissach package ( I think it’s ugly compared to standard paint work in particular)
    I think that leaves only two options.
    1. the Welly (Porsche Museum) or
    2. the Spark (Resin).
    Does anyone know how they compare. Yes I would like the extra detail of the auto art but given my earlier comment I’m not willing to pay AA’s price.

    • Ben says:

      You can buy the 918 with roof attached from the standard Welly non-Museum variants too.. I am not certain of the differences, if any, between the Musem & non-Museum versions other than what I could see from their pictures i.e. the colours – Museum items are available in blue, black, red & 1 or 2 other colours whereas the non-Museum range consists of white, metallic grey, etc with the latter range available in both hard top & open top sold separately (like Bburago’s Signature Series Ferrari California T)

  6. Kayser says:

    Can someone can plz tell me where I can buy this specific model from? I have been looking around for it for a couple months now and I can’t find it anywhere.

  7. Ishaan says:

    Where can this model be purchased?

  8. Anthony White says:

    Where can I buy one

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