911 RSR #22

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Re: 911 RSR #22

Post by reeft1 » Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:27 pm

More of the same. Im with you, to the human eye a lot of parts works are fantastic value for money. Its often when you want tobacco sponsorship or good detail interiors that you need to move up a price bracket. Dont get me wrong, the top end stuff is simply incredible but you can get 80% of the quality for 20% of the price in a number of cases. Horses for courses.
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Re: 911 RSR #22

Post by JSB33 » Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:52 pm

LUW wrote:
JSB33 wrote:Exactly why this forum exists.
Really? I was under the impression places like this were made to get me bankrupt and/or in trouble with my Chief Executive Commander? :shock:
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Re: 911 RSR #22

Post by LUW » Wed Mar 08, 2017 6:08 pm

reeft1 wrote:Dont get me wrong, the top end stuff is simply incredible but you can get 80% of the quality for 20% of the price in a number of cades.
And that's one of the reasons I'm enjoying 1:43. With 1:18 it was much more drastic the difference between a cheap and an expensive model. With 1:43 you get terrific cars without needing to pay big bucks for the high end stuff.
JSB33 wrote:I have plenty of PW cars in my collection. Some will really surprise you
Count me surprised. The detail that I have seen so far from the "basic" Ixo is outstanding.
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