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...this beautifull Ferrari 365GTB4 Daytona Coupe could beat the GT40 because Fly is the first manufacturer releasing this nice car - and there are a couple of liveries possible! Keen to see the final car!
Any news about the BMW 3,5CSL - this is a corresponding car to the Ford Capri and the bran new MRRC Toyota Celica Gr.5? Last rumors told, that it will be released before Christmas this year...
 

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Really looking forward to the Daytona. I rarely pre-order but probably will do for this car as soon as GS give the go-ahead.

Are there any other cars in its class currently available ?
 

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vrrrm vrrrm vrrr..rrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaap vrm vrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaappp

yeah, looks like Fly have taken note of the weight issue

I gots a tip for the vette too!

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The Ferrari looks great and a reassuring sign of progress, although the BMW shell was shown months ago (Nuremburg?) no news since.

The GT40 demonstrates another sign of progress - its now painted hoorah... Ah well, at least it is still on its way.

Is the GT40 is going to be initially released in these ltd box sets? God I hate these. They (for me) are a pain to get hold of unless you buy straight away, then there is the matter of trying to locate the elusive third car. argh

Just to top it off, there is no driver...


Are there any normal crystal boxed GT40 cars coming out alongside the Gulf/B McLaren set?

Jamie.
 

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Not many sources have been brave enough to advertize and, after looking at this,
Fly GT40 info
maybe Sportcraft Cars will find they were a touch premature.

On the other hand, maybe they are right on the ball - let's hope so!
 

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They sure do a lot of pre-orders! I'm not to keen on my money gathering interest in someone else's account. I'll only pre-order if that's the only way that the item will be produced. Brass locomotives are sold that way but for slot cars I'll wait.
 
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