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  • #16
    john goss coupes would look stunning side by side in there two different colours of that metalic blue bonnet and stripes and the spearmint green bonnet and stripes definately a thumbs up

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    • #17
      I would like to see Larko's AU Mitre 10 car done in a 1:18 Auto Art

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      • #18
        Hi there...finally a forum
        There are so many cars id like to see in the shops...as a collector of F1 and Touring cars 1:18 my first choice would be Ford Escort BDA, Opel Commodore,Fiat Abarth 1000 TCR,Ford Lotus Cortina,Alfa Romeo GTA,Ford Capri RS..and yep..some of the Bathurst cars from the 60 s 70 s and 80 s......
        Also some F1 cars from the 50 s and 60 s because there s absolutely nothing in 1:18...Cooper Maserati,BRM P261,Brabham Repco BT20,Matra MS 10,MS 80,Eagle Weslake*slobber*will be released by GMP this year,also missing is the wonderful Ligier JS 11....and the early Arrows ...well..there s a lot to do.I hope some guys from minichamps or Exoto will read this forum too

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        • #19
          PAUL WEELS AU.

          In Fact any FORD Supercar as there seems to be a lean toward producing Commodore models. Is there a reason behind this??

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          • #20
            1.43 Australian

            I want to see a lot more variety in 1.43 Australian Models from the 60's, 70's and 80's

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            • #21
              Cars id like to see all in 1/43 scale

              (Falcon)
              XE ESP 5.8L
              EB GT
              ED XR6/8
              EL GT
              EF/EL XR6/8
              XH & AU XR6/8 Utes
              AU TE50 Series III

              (Commodore)
              VN Group A
              VR GTS
              VS GTS-R
              VTII Senator
              VTII GTS

              I know Id buy most of these if they were for sale, and im sure so would alot of people

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              • #22
                I too would like to see the Mad Max Interceptor from the first film not the second one (the second had the tanks on the back and looks silly).

                How about a HX LE Monaro, HX Sandman Panel Van, VH Group 3 and a VK SS Group A (Blue Meanie).
                These types of cars have a huge following and would be a great addition to any collection.

                I am getting quite sick of the V8 supercars and the GT Falcons.
                Time for a change I think

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Martin
                  Cars id like to see all in 1/43 scale

                  (Commodore)
                  VN Group A
                  VR GTS
                  VS GTS-R
                  VTII Senator
                  VTII GTS

                  I know Id buy most of these if they were for sale, and im sure so would alot of people
                  YES PLEASE!!! You can count me as one of those 'alot of people'!
                  Even better, in police pursuit trim...

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                  • #24
                    Hi All,

                    Yes bring on the Holden Classics! Cars I'd like like to see are:

                    FX/FJ's
                    FC
                    EH Premier
                    HR
                    HK/T/G Monaro's
                    HQ/J/ Monaro's
                    HX LE Monaro
                    HQ/J/X/Z Sandman ute and vans
                    VC, VH, VK, VL HDT Brock Commodores
                    VN Grp A
                    VP Senator 5000i
                    VR GTS or Clubsport
                    VS GTS/R
                    VX Clubsport R8 and GTS
                    Utester Prototype
                    Sandman Prototype
                    VU SS Ute (in Hyper Yellow with hard cover)
                    All Brock's Bathurst winning cars + VK 1986 + VN, VP, VR, VS
                    Brock's Austin A30 #179
                    that should keep me poor for the next 20 years!

                    Cheers, Jason

                    Drive On, Game Over

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                    • #25
                      WHAT ABOUT LARRY PERKINS!!!!!!

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by biante1047
                        PAUL WEELS AU.

                        In Fact any FORD Supercar as there seems to be a lean toward producing Commodore models. Is there a reason behind this??
                        See Latest News for a listing of 2002 race car models. Should make you happy!!

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                        • #27
                          I'll add to what has already been stated several times before. Let's see more of the earlier cars in Australian Motor Racing history. There's an absolute smorgasbord of models to choose from, regardless of your tastes and I don't care what scale they're in as long as the quality remains the same.

                          Thanks for reading
                          Ron

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                          • #28
                            cant wait until all the hype about a two door commodore is over and we get some of the cars we have been waiting a long time for like the white vt ss

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                            • #29
                              What about a few Australian models that would also have strong interest overseas. For example

                              The 3 car Commodore team that won the Coupe du Roi (team prize) at the 1986 Spa 24 Hour touing car race.

                              The 'Rothmans' Commodore of Moffat and Harvey that finished 4th at the 1987 Spa 24 Hour race (ok - without the cigarette advertising !).

                              The 'Kenwood' Porsche 956 of Alan Jones & Vern Schuppan that finished 6th at the 1984 LeMans 24 Hours (Minichamps have already made several 1/43 versions of the Porsche 956 each of limited numbers so perhaps this could similarly be a release of 912 models with a greater proportion of the models being sent to Australia).

                              The 'Bob Jane T Marts' Porsche 956 of Peter Brock and Larry Perkins also from the 1984 LeMans 24 Hours (a DNF) - repeat as per my comments above.

                              If Minichamps produce the Brabham BT45 F1 car from 1976 (they released the BT 46 last year) hopefully Biante could commission a limited edition model of the Larry Perkins version which he drove (with little success) at the Canadian, USA & Japanese GP's.

                              With Minichamps set to produce the '76 - 86 Alfa Romeo GTV perhaps we could also ask Biante to commission the Colin Bond & Alan Jones 'Ignis Fridges' GTV6's from the 1986 Australian Touring Car Championship.

                              Hopefully some of the above models would be sought after in Europe as well Australia which would increase the 'marketability' of these models and increase the chance of their production.

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                              • #30
                                While this may be a little boring to many of you (there seems a propensity toward Holdens of various vintages), I would like to see Auto Art/Biante produce an R32 GT-R Skyline roadcar in the silver, black and maroon colours that were imported to Australia. They are as much a part of Australia's motoring history as the hot Commodores and Falcons that Australians have traditionally been brought up on. If the Nissans have a slightly rejigged tailight assembly (that differentiated the 100 Australian delivered cars from their domestic Japanese cousins), and the roof mounted aerial, then these models would arguably be a legitimate addition to any 'Australian' model car collection. Auto Art/Biante's breathtaking detail would also make these cars more popular with collectors than they would otherwise be (Japanese cars don't traditionally have a 'massive' following here in Oz as most of you would probably admit).

                                I would also like to see a Bathurst Winner '91 GT-R Skyline too.

                                Any interest out there, or am I sailing a solo voyage here?

                                Thanks for reading.

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