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At long last come the Alfa Romeo 147s..
A test version from the 2003 GTA Cup series and also from the 2003 GTA Cup series - the car driven by Luis Villamil.

Then we have a truck relivery in a limited edition from 'S Oliver' - the stunning looking 'Quick Drake'

Next is the second Group5 BMW3.0 CSL, this time in the 1976 Le Mans "Gösser Beer" livery. Anyone else remember fondly, those rear window blinds? This car has been adjusted to portray the design and Rules differences between the first relase version and this one for Le Mans.

Then we have the limited edition livery commissioned by 'Spanair'. This is a BMW M3 GTR and looks very crisp and clean in this simple promotional livery..

Last but not least is the Fly version of the 1969 Le Mans GT40 MKII 'Deutsche Auto Zeitung' car, also presented at the end of last year by Scalextric. This one is crisper to look at but all will become clear in a comparison review later thsi week.

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QUOTE (tDI_Fahrer @ 8 Mar 2004, 09:30 AM)Alfa 147's are the same categorie as VW Golf, Seat Leon, Opel Astra, Ford Focus...
That's reassuring then!

I don't know why, but I thought real 147s were on a Punto platform. I was looking at a Fly one yesterday at the Worthing slot car day and thinking it will dwarf a Ninco Punto, but it would look about right compared to the cars mentioned above.

The size and price(even at a healthy 20% discount) put me off going any further, so I still don't know how Fly have done the mechanical layout on this one. Do we know yet? Swiss? Anybody?

QUOTE (Mooster @ 8 Mar 2004, 01:40 PM)Mr M, the Alfa is a front-motor, rear drive layout. I was a little disappointed in that
I share your dissappointment, Mooster, and thanks for the info.

At least now I can justify waiting to find one at bargain basement prices, like Julius suggested.

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