Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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Hello again guys, just got back from visiting my grandparents and I now have the opportunity to share some models I’ve been wanting to share for a long time. I’m sure everyone’s aware what Kinder Eggs are, and from what I’ve read they’re banned in the US. I don’t usually have these, but when my brother found a Boxter S in his, I wanted to see if I could get some myself (and I did). This is my first non - BMW based post, I hope you enjoy!

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Here we have a 356 convertible, really nice details on the lights and body itself. These models are around 1:87 scale

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918 Spyder

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991, what appears to be a Carrera S, by looking at the quad - exhaust

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Boxter, with the best (in my opinion) interior/exterior combo in the automotive world, British Racing Green and a tan interior

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Cayenne, which is much bigger than all the others (as you would expect)

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Panamera

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The slips have very nice artwork

But wait there’s more! The Collection also included two sets on lenticular cards, and luckily, I have both sets, these are really amazing to see in person, but I think you’ll still enjoy them. The best ones are the ones which show the production car morphing from the concept sketches. Thanks for reading!

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