Thanks for adding me, SN210! I really wanted to show off my collection to all because I love it so much! Also, sorry for posting everything so stinkin’ late! Let’s start off with the displays:

I put this Bugatti over to the side since I had no idea where to fit it on my shelves.

This is the top shelf being where the racecars sit at.

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Second shelf. The “80’s/90’s” cars.

The third shelf being where the American Muscles sit

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The fourth and final being, well, I think you can guess.

I ran out of room on my shelves so I put the rest of the Japanese cars over on my TV stand.

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I’m going to go in further depth at my favorite cars in my collection. First off, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport by AutoArt. Personally, I think the Veyron is one of my favorite supercars of all time even though Jalopnik/Oppositelock disagree with me. However, that is my opinion.

The “frunk.”

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The engine bay with the cover removed.

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Interior shot

Rear wheel shot up close

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Dat ass!

Next favorite happens to be my Dodge Charger. Now, this model is by Ertl Collectibles and is one of the cheaper priced models. Unfortunately, that cheap price affects how the body panels line up. Let me show you some close ups.

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Under the hood. Honestly, I’m impressed with the detail they did here. Not bad at all.

See what I mean by body panels not lining up? Alfa Romeo gaps right there!

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Opened/flipped headlights.

The trunk with spare.

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Interior shot from the driver’s side.

Interior shot from the passenger’s side

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Here is a potato shot of the wheels. My bad for the not-so-good quality.

Next one in my collection is the Ferrari F40 by HotWheels! They did a rather good job on detail, too, but this time, the panels line up a lot better.

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The front. Notice the terrible job I did making a “carpet” this car sits on. Oops.

The rear.

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The engine bay! Sexy artwork!

The... frunk? Well, the spare tire and stuff.

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Interior shot head on.

Interior shot from the driver’s side. Kind of forgot the driver’s side.

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Rim detail.

The next car in my collection is my Skyline R32 GT-R, aka “Godzilla.” This one happens to be an AutoArt and, unfortunately, has some paint defects on the front bumper. However, this car has a TON of detail.

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Front end shot.

The engine bay and more potatoness quality.

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An even better rear end than the Bugatti.

Rim shot with that awesome little badge!

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Passenger Driver side interior shot.

I really wanted to capture the kickplate here showing the detail of this car.

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Driver Passenger side interior shot.

Trunk/Boot.

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I got this shot specifically for the rear wiper blade.

Next favorite of mine, also being an AutoArt, is my Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (997). I love how stripped out the interiors are on the cup cars.

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Side shot.

Front end.

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Diagonal rear end.

Wheel detail.

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Another frunk shot!

Engine bay.

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Interior shot from the driver side.

Passenger side.

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Rear window shot showing the roll cage.

The next model from one of my favorite’s is the Fiat 131 Abarth Monte Carlo rally winner of 1977. This one is a Kyosho replica and they truly did an awesome job showing the detail on this model!

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“Artistic angle” shot of the front end.

Actual front end shot.

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Showin’ off the livery!

Rear end and duck fin spoiler!

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This Fiat be pullin’ up to da homies and openin’ up it’s hood and they be all like, “DAAAAAAMMMN! You Lambo’d yo hood!”

Wheel shot with mudflap.

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Driver side interior shot.

Passenger side interior shot.

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The boot.

Lastly, this model is from my grandmother and holds a special place in my collection. This is the BMW 850i and this one happens to be by Maisto.

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Front end.

Side profile.

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Rear end

Under the hood. Sadly, the headlights are stationary.

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Driver side

Passenger side

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Rear seat because, “Why not?”

Trunk.

Well, that concludes this crazy long post of my collection and close up shots of some of the models. Thanks to you all for allowing me to post here and for looking at my collection.