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    having a hard time finding an e34 M5 in any scale



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    Re: having a hard time finding an e34 M5 in any scale

    difficult to find. I think I have seen some on e-bay and also try Mini Bimmers. Alsp, I have seen Herpa 1/87 Alpinas on ebay.

    I would like one as well. Any scale
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    Delprado makes 1:43

    Not the best quality, but looks nice enough. Mine is dark blue. I also have a black handbuilt a got from Minibimmers, excellent quality, but not always available.

    I will post pics soon.

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    Thanks Tony K, I caught the auction just in time.


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    Cool. I've had that one for about 10 years

    Painted mine black with a white interior.

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    Tony's right. Good kit; easy to find.

    I've built this kit (as the South Carolina M5 State Trooper car, with a select few Revell police car parts and a Chimneyville decal set). It's one of five E34 variants in this series (unless you include the slightly higher-tech version of each kit that has stick-on fender lip trim, etc.; then it's eight or ten).

    The two stock versions are 535i and M5. The three tuner versions are Hartge, Schnitzer, and Alpina. As you might normally expect from Fujimi, the variations appear to be accurately depicted, with different body skirts, valences, air dams, wheels, and decals. This probably gives one a wider selection of 1/24 scale building variations for the E34 than for any other BMW type!

    While they're all curbside kits, it wouldn't take much to cut open the hood and slip some E24 kit parts under there to make a 3.5 or M version.

    If anyone has *too much* trouble getting one from a regular ebay vendor, I have a couple of the tuner versions available. Just email me.--
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    Re: having a hard time finding an e34 M5 in any scale


    Hi,

    sorry for late reply. I found the thread only now.

    I can offer you a BMW M5 Sedan or Touring in scale 1/43, both are handmade modelcars (material metal).
    Color and license plate are selectable.
    Price for each model car 170,- Euro plus shipment.

    Kind regards
    Uwe

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    Re: Delprado makes 1:43

    Looking for Canadian Pacific Royal Hudson locomotive N scale

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