Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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The LFA Nurburgring has always been a unicorn to me... Extremely overpriced, unexpected, and a car that I’ve only seen once...ever. Therefore, it only makes sense to have one in my collection.

This specific model was by far the hardest for me to track down. Virtually nonexistent when you search them up.. and when they do pop up, prices for these equates to about the price of a lower end 1/18 AutoArt...

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I gotta admit.. I paid full price for one... at $70 shipped it’s the most expensive 1/64 I’ve ever bought (or ever will buy for the matter). However, the details on this is absolutely astonishing... Not sure if any of you on here has one as well (I’m assuming 13 does??) but my God... it’s amazing.

There are hits and misses though.. Hits are definitely the details. The miss is that the wheels don’t roll... whatsoever.

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Illustration for article titled LFA Nurburgring A.K.A (Unicorn)
Illustration for article titled LFA Nurburgring A.K.A (Unicorn)
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Illustration for article titled LFA Nurburgring A.K.A (Unicorn)

If one of these magical Kyoshos ever pop up on eBay again, don’t hesitate to pick it up!!

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