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Hi,

Heres some 1/24th Policar slot cars. First the 3 hard-bodied cars. 1-Osi-Bisiluro, 2-Dino Pininfarina, 3-Alfa Romeo 33.

Next, the 4 vac bodied cars. 1-Ghia Mangusta, 2-Ferrari P3, 3-Lamborghini-Miura, 4-Osi Scarabeo.

Last a 1/24th scale set with catalog.

Enjoy,
Bernard

 

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Great cars Bernard - but I think your Alfa went missing, and the first three should be hard body (polypropylene I think), not vac-form...

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I love the Alfa T33. Wouldn't it be great if the resurrected Policar brand ventured into 1/24th? Yes- I know -I want too much....
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Maybe when they see the results of that auction they'll consider it!

These 1/24 cars are highly sought after (mostly the vac-formed ones instead of the hard bodies - the Alfa and Ferrari are relatively "common"), but never thought one would go that high!

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Hi,heres the rarest of the rare a Policar 1/24th scale blue Samurai.The white one is also very rare but not as rare as the blue one. Its worth more than the vac one that just sold. Thanks,Bernard .bernards slot car museum
 

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First one I've seen Bernard, thanks.

But now I've got Samurai Envy... well, actually not, no more space, but it's a neat looking car. And I have the Osi, which is just too weird for words, in other words, right up my alley!

Any idea which of the vac-forms is the rarest? I know they're all pretty rare, and not automatically any easier for the Italians to find than anybody else... none of these Italian 1/24 cars are that easy to find in fact.

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Eh Don, in Italy they consider the yellow Ferrari P3 to be the rarest (just 3/4 known) followed by the red one.. Actually, this is the rarity order:

1- Ferrari P3 in yellow
2- Ferrari P3 in red
3- Osi Scarabeo in white
4- Osi Scarabeo in red
5- Lamborghini Miura in green
6- Lamborghini Miura in silver
7- De Tomaso Mangusta in blue
8- De Tomaso Mangusta in silver

I know you've got the white Osi, my compliments..


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Is that only for the vac-forms, or including the hard bodies David? I know the Alfa and Ferrari are not that rare, but not really sure about the Osi Bisiluro or the one that Bernard shows.

The body on my Osi is cracked, but I'm still glad to have it!

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Well, Don, that was just for the Vacuum formed, but if you want a comprehensive classification, that's the one:

1- Ferrari P3 in yellow/BRE Samurai in blue
2- Ferrari P3 in red/BRE Samurai in white
3- Osi Scarabeo in white/Osi Bisiluro in red
4- Osi Scarabeo in red/Osi Bisiluro in silver
5- Lamborghini Miura in green/silver
6- De Tomaso Mangusta in blue/silver
7- Ferrari Dino Competizione in blue
8- Alfa Romeo 33 Periscopica in red

About their value, not considering unusual prices, we start at about 2,000/2,500 euros for a yellow Ferrari and a blue BRE and we end at 100/150 euros for an Alfa Romeo..

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