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FIAT

Post by The CSL » Tue Oct 12, 2010 4:13 pm

Solido Multipla (with Cararama 5-series wheels)

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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Wed Oct 13, 2010 3:40 am

Fiat Balilla Sport by Norev
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Fiat 850 Cabrio by MINICHAPS
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Fiat 2300S by Starline
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Fiat Coupe 1996 by Granni
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Re: FIAT

Post by Basse » Wed Oct 13, 2010 3:31 pm

I really liked that yellow Coupe, do you know where I could find another one just like that? :shock:

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Re: FIAT

Post by DeadCanDanceR » Wed Oct 13, 2010 3:53 pm

...I should add a model of the Multipla to my collection. It's another weird looking car that I really like! :) Here are my 1:43 FIATs:

*1899 Fiat 3 1/2 HP (McGregor) 1:43
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*1905 Fiat 110 HP Corsa (Brumm) 1:43
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*1911 Fiat 4 (McGregor) 1:43
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*1911 Fiat S 74 Corsa (Brumm) 1:43
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*1915 Fiat 18 BL (Rio) 1:43
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*1919 Fiat 501 S sport (McGregor) 1:43
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*1921 "Super" Fiat Dorsay de Ville (Rio) 1:43
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*1923 Fiat "Mefistofele" (Brumm) 1:43
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*1926-29 Fiat 519 S (Rio) 1:43
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*1929 Fiat 525 S Reale (McGregor) 1:43
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*1932 Fiat Balilla (McGregor) 1:43
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*1936 Fiat 500 (Brumm) 1:43 -open top-
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*1937-39 Fiat 508 C 1100 (Brumm) 1:43
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*1937-39 Fiat 508 C 1100 (Brumm) 1:43
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*1937-39 Fiat 508 C 1100 "servizio prevenzione" (Brumm) 1:43
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*1946-49 Fiat 500 B Furgoncino (Brumm) 1:43 -closed top-
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*1949 Fiat 500 C Giardinetta (Brumm) 1:43 -closed top-
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*1949 Fiat 500 C Giardinetta (Brumm) 1:43 -open top-
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*1949-55 Fiat 500 C (Brumm) 1:43 -closed top-
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*1955 Fiat 1400 -Rome taxi- (Ixo-Altaya) 1:43
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*1958 Fiat nuova 500 (Mercury) 1:43
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*1958 Fiat 600 Multipla -Milan taxi- (Ixo-Altaya) 1:43
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*Fiat 2300 S (Starline Models) 1:43
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*1965 Fiat 600 D Cabrio (Detail Cars) 1:43
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*Fiat Dino Spyder 2000 (Progetto K) 1:43
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*Fiat Panda (Norev-dealer edition) 1:43
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*Fiat Punto (Norev-dealer edition) 1:43
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*Fiat Linea (Norev-dealer edition) 1:43
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*Fiat 500C (Norev-dealer edition) 1:43
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Re: FIAT

Post by scalainj » Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:29 pm

Here's mine

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Re: FIAT

Post by GBOAC002 » Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:33 pm

I must buy a Norev Punto as it's such a pure shape and looks especially good in metallic blue. The latest version front end has been ruined at redesign.

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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:14 am

Today's selection, more to come !
Fiat 8V Zagato by Starline
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Fiat 1100 TV by Starline
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Fiat 1500 by Norev
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Fiat Barchetta by MINICHAMPS
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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:28 am

Basse wrote:I really liked that yellow Coupe, do you know where I could find another one just like that? :shock:
I got mine off eBay.
The only ones available at present are Policia versoins in blue.
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Re: FIAT

Post by GBOAC002 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:33 am

That blue Norev Fiat 1500 is a gem. It would go well with my 850, X1/9, Barchetta and Dino Spider. I look forward to the rest of your additions today.

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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:49 am

GBOAC002 wrote:That blue Norev Fiat 1500 is a gem. It would go well with my 850, X1/9, Barchetta and Dino Spider. I look forward to the rest of your additions today.
A 'special' for Ian..................................................
Fiat Turbino Prototype 1951
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Will take some more Fiat pics this afternoon.
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Re: FIAT

Post by GBOAC002 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:41 am

Brill.

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Re: FIAT

Post by The CSL » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:29 am

Love that white and red one.

Norev Panda and Panda Monster. The Stilo wheels are from Norev, too.

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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:57 pm

Fiat 1100 S by Starline
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Fiat 130 Coupe by Starline
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Fiat 124S Coupe by Starline
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Fiat Dino Coupe by Norev
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Re: FIAT

Post by JSB33 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:21 pm

I always like this one whenever I see it
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Re: FIAT

Post by GBOAC002 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:56 pm

The Dino Coupe is another shape that manufacturers struggle to get right. The 1:1 Fiat 130 Coupe is an impressive piece of styling. The original 'Edge' design perhaps? Starline is not quite there yet but for the price Dino and 130 are good attempts.

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Post by guitardave_1 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:20 pm

GBOAC002 wrote:That blue Norev Fiat 1500 is a gem. It would go well with my 850, X1/9, Barchetta and Dino Spider. I look forward to the rest of your additions today.
I have a spare one of these kicking around - got a paint flaw on the front below the bumper, but otherwise decent. Yours if you want it :)

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Re: FIAT

Post by GBOAC002 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 8:01 pm

Thanks for the kind offer Dave. I will pass for now.

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Re: FIAT

Post by DeadCanDanceR » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:54 pm

David MG wrote:
GBOAC002 wrote:That blue Norev Fiat 1500 is a gem. It would go well with my 850, X1/9, Barchetta and Dino Spider. I look forward to the rest of your additions today.
A 'special' for Ian..................................................
Fiat Turbino Prototype 1951
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Will take some more Fiat pics this afternoon.
Cool!!! :o

Is this one a Starline model, too?
-Julio-

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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:52 am

DeadCanDanceR wrote:
David MG wrote:
GBOAC002 wrote:That blue Norev Fiat 1500 is a gem. It would go well with my 850, X1/9, Barchetta and Dino Spider. I look forward to the rest of your additions today.
A 'special' for Ian..................................................
Fiat Turbino Prototype 1951
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Will take some more Fiat pics this afternoon.
Cool!!! :o

Is this one a Starline model, too?
Julio, it's a Metro PW.
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Re: FIAT

Post by David MG » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:57 am

GBOAC002 wrote:The Dino Coupe is another shape that manufacturers struggle to get right. The 1:1 Fiat 130 Coupe is an impressive piece of styling. The original 'Edge' design perhaps? Starline is not quite there yet but for the price Dino and 130 are good attempts.
Having owned a 124S Coupe in this colourway 'Positano Yellow' I can attest to the models accuracy.
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PS The Dino is a Norev.
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Re: FIAT

Post by guitardave_1 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:00 am

GBOAC002 wrote:Thanks for the kind offer Dave. I will pass for now.
No worries. It will only be heading for a charity shop or similar eventually, so I thought it worth asking :)
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Re: FIAT

Post by DeadCanDanceR » Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:44 pm

David MG wrote:Julio, it's a Metro PW.
Thanks! It looks fabulous! ;)


guitardave_1 wrote:
GBOAC002 wrote:Thanks for the kind offer Dave. I will pass for now.
No worries. It will only be heading for a charity shop or similar eventually, so I thought it worth asking :)
Excuse me Dave, ...how much are you asking for that Fiat? :?
-Julio-

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Re: FIAT

Post by guitardave_1 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 3:07 pm

DeadCanDanceR wrote:
David MG wrote:Julio, it's a Metro PW.
Thanks! It looks fabulous! ;)


guitardave_1 wrote:
GBOAC002 wrote:Thanks for the kind offer Dave. I will pass for now.
No worries. It will only be heading for a charity shop or similar eventually, so I thought it worth asking :)
Excuse me Dave, ...how much are you asking for that Fiat? :?
Whatever it costs to fly it over to Mexico Julio :) It's a spare because of the paint imperfection - I wouldn't dream of taking any money for it.
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Re: FIAT

Post by DeadCanDanceR » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:18 pm

guitardave_1 wrote:
DeadCanDanceR wrote:
David MG wrote:Julio, it's a Metro PW.
Thanks! It looks fabulous! ;)


guitardave_1 wrote:
GBOAC002 wrote:Thanks for the kind offer Dave. I will pass for now.
No worries. It will only be heading for a charity shop or similar eventually, so I thought it worth asking :)
Excuse me Dave, ...how much are you asking for that Fiat? :?
Whatever it costs to fly it over to Mexico Julio :) It's a spare because of the paint imperfection - I wouldn't dream of taking any money for it.
Gee Dave! You're such a cool guy! :) Then, I'll gladly adopt that orphan and send you whatever is required for it's ticket to Mexico! ;)
-Julio-

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