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YOW MODELLINI
Topic Started: Jan 24 2010, 10:00 PM (1,592 Views)
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This firm is located in Tokyo Japan and according to their site info began business in 2000 by" producing prototype model cars in 1;43 scale". In 2009, they introduced a set off five models in 1:64 scale in a "La Festa Mille Miglia " motif. Research indicates the Mille Miglia is a 1000 mile road race in Northern Italy. Their models are very detailed with diecast bodies, rubber tires and a plastic fairly flat baseplate. Not much additional info is available on these models which had limited distribution. I recall an O.S.C.A., 1957 AC Ace Bristol ( forerunner to the famed Shelby Cobra) , Alfa-Romeo Volante, 1929 Bentley and a 1955 Lotus Eleven Club model were offered. Most were only available on eBay. It appears the supply has disappeared . The production appears to have been very limited in quantity.
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fantastic series 1AAA high speed and top hammer style
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PLEASE more cars in this style and color and amazing casting PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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