I wasn’t supposed to be buying these again. But then again, who listens to their own advice?
Yes, it’s time for another Bburago review.
Last year, Forza released the Lamborghini Centenario. A gorgeous model compared to the recent release of the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. What an utter fail. The model looks pretty good...except there some flaws. Theres not alot of details in the interior compared to the Lambo. The Lamborghini had carbon fibre looking detail…
Here is a 1:24 Lotus Evora desk buddy.
As some of you might know I had a fellow Kinja-naut Jonee over last week from the USA. And he brought me some excellent goodies, both from France and the USA. Like this awesome Porsche 935 by Bburago.
GameStop is at it again! They’re including a 1/43 diecast model of the cover car as a pre-order bonus for the game! If you haven’t seen the cover of the game, or watched the E3 video where they unveiled the real-life version of the car, the car I’m referring to is the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The picture above is just…
The first one, this Renault Sport RS01 was a little bit of an disappointment because I expected the seller to ship me one of these with the cool Interceptor livery. And now I see he has a “will ship random color” warning in the listing that I obviously missed. Aah well! I can live with this Renault Motorsport…
If you know me, you know that I adore the Alfa Romeo Giulia. I was probably one of the first of Oppokind to drive and review one, and it was an event which has stuck with me since. I yearn for the day they hit the used market so I can pick one for cheap (I don’t care about the apparent reliability issues). So,…
The Parkson near me has a clearance on old Bburago 1/24 cars. The Hot Wheels cars that aren’t the Kafer Racer were bought as part of a buy 3 free 1 deal at an Aeon. Would you believe me if I told you the GT LM was the free car? The new Head Starter color scheme made it a must own to me as well...
Two weeks ago I showed the 1/64 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale by Bburago and complained about those hideous wheels. One of the best features on those Bburago 1/64s though is... Easiest wheelswap ever. Because screwed underpinnings!
Last week I ran into Bburago’s line of 1/64 Ferraris. Boxed, about 2,50 euros, what’s not to love? Well, I only found one that I wanted to take home actually. This F360 Challenge Stradale. Or did that one officially came without the F360-part in it’s name?
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This is a Renault 5 Turbo from my youth collection.
Better late than never, a Bburago rally 308 in 1/43. This is another one that CaptDale found for me while I try to find time to tune his 928.
I started a 1:18 project! I got jealous of all you people, well, Pillarless Coupe, El_Uly, and R32Rennsport, messing with 1:18s, so here is my hat that I’m throwing into the ring.
I’m sorry. Another Alpine. But this one has been laying around for quite a while and as I’ve shown the A110-50 before I had to wait a little. This is Norev’s 3" interpretation of it.
There are some quintessential models every 1/18 seems to have at one point or another. These Bburago Vipers are probably both in the top three of that list.
There are a few other cars from the Bburago series that I’ve seen in the wild & added to my collection in the past two years - Mclaren 12C GT3, Maserati MC12, a Porsche 911 GT3 RS in Flying Lizard livery, a Lamborghini Murcielago FIA GT. But I’d never seen this Polo before. Until last week, that is.
When my dad gave it to me for Christmas i saw it was a Maisto on base and box...looked at the bottom and saw a Bburago Sticker. I take it off the base and it says Bburago...so kinda confused on what brand it really is...but heres the pics!