Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

It’s been a week since I went to one of the best car shows in the world and I’ve been lazy about putting this post together. I tried to get photos of all the stores and displays each manufacturer had. It was a little hectic so I may have missed some.

Audi had quite a lot available. I would have gotten the new R8, but it was out of my price range (over 100 I think)

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Mercedes-Benz had a lot to offer too, but just like 2 years ago not the one I wanted. I love the yellow they do on the AMG GT and the SLS Black, but they only had it in 1:18.

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One of the diecast vendors outside. I really liked this Audi test car, but didn’t have space to bring it home.

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One of the few indoor vendors.

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Caught someone with their EDC car on the Bugatti stand

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I REALLY wanted a model of this, but Bugatti wasn’t selling anything more than cheap RC toys this year. Pictures don’t do this car justice, the details are amazing in person.

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Bently had some Bently priced models for sale.

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Volkswagon had a really nice display too. They had a catalog of diecasts near the checkout but it looked to be the last one. They had everything in there too, everything!

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Lamborghini had Lamborghini priced models, or 8 Euro toys which I was douped into buying 2 years ago.

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This is where I bought the bulk of my HAWL. They had tons of great cars and pretty good prices for most of them. My lady friend even got a candid photo of me scoping out the display case. This is the same company I bought a handful from 2 years ago at the IAA, and I freaked out a little bit when they weren’t in the same place thinking there may not be any big stores this year.

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I must have forgotten to get a photo of Porsche and BMW’s offerings, but they had a nice display on their walls.

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