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Biante New February Announcements

News from Biante are seven new models in 1:18 and 1:12 scale.  The feature is the sinister looking Holden LX Toranna A9X Hatchback in Satin Shadow Black with chrome accent bits.  The model comes from their popular Street Machine series.  Other new models are listed below by scale. Scale 1:18: HSV E3 GTS – STING RED FORD EB FALCON #1 Continue Reading...
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Binate Ford XB Falcon Hardtop – Jon Goss Special

Binate puts another spin on the Ford XB Falcon Hardtop with the Jon Goss Special.  Car is based on the 1975 platform based on the Mcleod Ford Horn options.  Exterior is called Fire Over Polar White.  This beauty is limited to on 800 pieces worldwide. About the Jon Goss Special…  “The John Goss Special was a limited edition XB Falcon Continue Reading...
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Biante New January Announcements

Biante has three new models in the works. The feature position is held by the 1:18 Ford EB Falcon #17, drivers Dick Johnson and John Bowe – 1994 Sandown 500 Winner.  Street wise the team unveils the 1:18 Holden VN Commodore SS Group A and the 1:18 HSV VS Clubsport.  All three are developed in diecast with opening bits.  Please Continue Reading...
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Biante November Announcements

News from Biante this month is slew of new and upcoming material, most in race trim.  The feature though is classic Ford XB Falcon GT Sedan in Yellow Braze.  The provided images will show a model with exceptional detail inside and out.  Just look at that engine bay!  Other new models by scale are found below. About the Ford XB Continue Reading...
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Biante New March Announcements

Biante is back with some gems, one is the feature car, the 1:18 Holden LX Torana A9X Hatchback Street Machine “Prowler” in Satin Ghost Grey.  Note the move to stock-standard engine with a modern high performance GM V8 engine and gearbox fitted with bespoke cover and induction system.  Absolutely outrageous!  We like it!!  Other new models by scale include: Scale Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Biante 1980 Holden Commodore SLE

Words and photos courtesy of Alex Porter   The other Biante I own is a 1980 Holden Commodore SLE but this particular model is actually a very worthy addition and its one of my favorites. A brief history on the Holden Commodore… Released in 1978, the VB model was the replacement for the aging Torana and Kingswood / Premier model Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Biante 2016 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline

Words and photos courtesy of Alex Porter   I’ve decided to do a review on the Biante 1:18 2016 Holden Commodore SS-V Redline sedan. Not that this model happens to be anything particularly special or impressive but seeing that last year I purchased the actual 1:1 car brand new and figured it was more relevant being able to directly compare Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Biante 2015 VF Commodore Red Bull

Words and Photos courtesy of wotda   I have reviewed a Red Bull Racing/Triple 8 Engineering VF Commodore before, however this one is different for two reasons. One, its made from Biante and two, its scale, 1:12.  The car in question is the 2015 Bathurst 1000 Winner, driven by Craig Lowndes and Steven Richards. For starters the when the model Continue Reading...
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Biante New February Announcements

There’s a slew of goodies coming from the Biante brand, race and street are the themes of choice this month.  Our feature is the uber cool 1:18 HQ Monaro Top Doorslammer “Zapsrat” – 2017 Championship Season, driven by John Zappia.  Retail is just north of $300US.  Other new models are provided by scale below. 1:18: Holden VF Commodore Supercar – Continue Reading...
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Biante New Model Announcements!

Biante is planning ahead for 2017, if you’re a racing fan they have some cool racing livery coming in Q1/Q2 2017.  Our feature model is a pair of 1:43 scale Holden VN Commodore SS Group A 1991 Tooheys 1000 Special Edition Twinset (1000V8 and 2000V8) in Metallic Black.  The remainder of the models are found in 1:18 scale, each is Continue Reading...
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