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That's the set that I'd love to add.

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The end is nigh? I see it as an awakening :lol:

Three fantastic combos.
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Another great set. Any chance of you renting a soccer pitch and taking a group shot?
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Tom wrote:
Tue Aug 06, 2019 1:24 pm
That's the set that I'd love to add.
It does look good as a team . I wish they had put a roof rack on the van though.
Alfaholic wrote:
Tue Aug 06, 2019 5:44 pm
The end is nigh? I see it as an awakening :lol:

Three fantastic combos.
:lol: :lol: :lol: Ixo better hurry up and get their new Transits released thats all I know , having this many Fiats is not normal .
JSB33 wrote:
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Another great set. Any chance of you renting a soccer pitch and taking a group shot?
Cheers Jeff , a group shot of them all eh ?.....not sure if I can arrange that

Ixo Fiat Ducato Service van - Bastos Rallying

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Boogers, he has a whole friggin' fleet of FIATs... :shock:
I recommend the hills.
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Fab models.

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If this keeps up I’ll be changing my avatar to a picture of Gary :lol:

Can’t wait for the combo pic.
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Love it. It even has Gary's name on it...."The Gazzelle". I think that should be his new username.
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Alfaholic wrote:
Wed Aug 07, 2019 6:14 pm
If this keeps up I’ll be changing my avatar to a picture of Gary :lol:

Excellent :lol:
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Schuco Volkswagen T2B - Porsche

Previously owned and sold on , its taken awhile to get this one back, but here it is. I cant find any pictures an identical 1:1 so as much as I hate to admit it , theres always the possibility that its a fantasy vehicle . Who knows ?

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I have the same model and have seen at least one picture of the 1:1. I have no idea where though.

It's really nice anyway.

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Second only to the maroon one (my favorite).
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Ixo Citroen C35 Service van - Peugeot Talbot Sport

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Love it!

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That is very cool, the extra body panels pushes it over the top.
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Ixo Porsche 911 SC Grp4 Service car - 1980 Monte Carlo Rally

This one is a little different from your normal Rally service vehicle. Just released from Ixo is this Porsche 911 SC which was used by the Almeras team as a service car in the 1980 Monte Carlo rally in order to tend to the needs of Hannu Mikkola and his Porsche 911.

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I suppose it was able to sacrifice any needed parts along the way.
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Ixo/Altaya Saviem SG2 - 1978 Monte Carlo rally

Issue 2 of the Altaya Rally service vans collection has arrived and its not too bad at all . Just need to get the correct Renault 5 or Alpine A310 to go with it.

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That is very nice indeed. Shame they don't do PW here anymore... or rather, good for my bank account and display space.

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If that was easily accessible it would be impossible to say no to.
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Ixo Ford Transit Rally Service Van - RED

The newest Transit to join the fleet .

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I've been eyeing that but didn't feel like finding the rally car to accompany it. Cool model.

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I'll take the Saviem Renault thanks.
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At least they let you know what color it is.
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