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· Anthony Bartlett
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Over last few weeks I have been building wquite a lot as well as restoring and fixing a few cars.

These are some of the Ferrari's I have done

Hope you like them,

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Ferrari certainly made some beautiful cars back then, not saying modern ones are not but the old ones are in a league of their own.
 

· Gordon Steadman
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A few!!! That's like my entire 'collection' of cars!

How do you choose the ones to bring to Bordo? Just the fastest or the ones you know will work on the Carrera track? I have no idea what will go there.
 

· Anthony Bartlett
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Lol Gus - I am a Ferrari Fanatic - especially the 40's -70's and build them for pleasure. A few of the cars above just would not cut it at judging and the Blue SWB is resin. The '55 375 is one of Munters superb creations with a Chase cars steerable front wheels.

Only the 2 GTO's from this batch are coming ;)
 

· Kitbasher
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You have been a busy boy Anthony!

As soon as I have Roncole and Bordo' behind me I want to get started on my Maranello Stockpile...
 

· ParrotGod
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Nice builds. Are these 1/32?

@acquaman1: could you please post a pic of the underside of the #3 please? I am interested on how you arranged the exhaust pipes (I have the same car almost finished).
 

· Anthony Bartlett
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Thanks for the nice comments guys - always appreciated. I just really have to improve my photography :) The shadows and light and focus are terrible.

All the above are 1/32nd scale.

Aquaman - nice builds - Munter really does great bodies - I have been hoarding a few more that I will get in next few weeks :)
 

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Nice builds. Are these 1/32?

@acquaman1: could you please post a pic of the underside of the #3 please? I am interested on how you arranged the exhaust pipes (I have the same car almost finished).
Gio, I cut a section of the pipes corresponding with the wheels, otherwise they,d cross the axles. I think that shell has Ninco TR ancestry, the Ninco was clamshell body with the running gear clipped in the lower half.
Nice builds Anthony, I want to do a Dino sometime, thanks for your kind comments.
 

· Anthony Bartlett
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A couple more that I have recently completed
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A modified Cox 1/24th Ferrari. A few weeks ago in a collection I bought was another original Cox Ferrari, but for the first time (for me) Came with the rear suspension arms, and there were a few extra. So added them here.

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An Updated and refurbished Ferrari 225 - Highway Pioneers

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A 1.24th 250 GTO

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You're a lucky man Anthony - those suspension arms are almost always missing on the Cox cars, or at best one is left in a box... supposedly it's easy to bend a paper clip to duplicate them (I think the instructions have a diagram), but I have yet to do that, and it's been about 20 years since I found my first Cox F1...

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