This is my first post here so please, don’t get mad if I mess up >.<

Soooo....let’s get started

Hello everyone. I’m Sato and I’m a new author here on LaLD. Do I have much to say about myself? Not reaaally....Oh well, I pretty much have nothing to say about myself. But that’s not a concern. I’m sure not much people are here to read about authors ^-^
To start off my (probably boring) series of posts here, I’ll start with something mild...a quick review should do :3

So yes, I’m just gonna start with one of the newer additions to my collection, a 1991 BMW M3 DTM well replicated in 1/64 scale by Tarmac Works

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Don’t mind the missing Marlboro decals. Tarmac Works did include them. just that I prefer this look (and I don’t trust my clumsy self to actually apply them properly)

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The model is a limited edition so you shouldn’t be seeing any reproduction of it from Tarmac Works

Now, to the main point of this post, before I go too far off the grid

The model has an astonishing level of details. From the authentic BBS wheels to the tiny decals for BBS and Eilbach to the badging of the vehicle and the interior. The model itself is smaller than Hotwheels’ version of it so you can clearly tell how meticulously made the model is. The only downside (or another upside?) of the model is that the rear wheels are non-spinning wheels...at least you won’t have to worry about having kids getting their hands on it (Assuming you would let any kids touch it?)

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The model, as you probably already knew, comes with a display base and an acrylic cover for it. For the $17.90 price tag, it’s pretty much a steal to me. This model should be a great addition to any diecast collection orrrr....as a paper stopper? :3
I’ll leave a link to Tarmac Works below so you all can check the models out

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Oh, almost forgot. A little size comparision with the Hotwheels version of the model

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Thank you for reading (if you did?) and have a wonderful day :3