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Fujimi 1:43 Ferrari 312 T2 1976 – Niki Lauda

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you must have heard about Ron Howard’s latest adventure “Rush” (hitting theatres mid September 2013) – a movie based on Formula One racing in the seventies and the feud, rivalry, and passion between Niki Lauda and James Hunt.  It is only fitting to see manufacturers release various models to celebrate the drivers.  Fujimi is offering a limited edition Continue Reading...
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Fujimi Resin Collection: 2013 Le Mans Ferrari

Shortly after the latest Le Mans race Fujimi has eight new Ferrari’s coming in Q3/Q4.  All are 1:43 in scale with a suggested retail of $90US.  Complete listing of team and racing number for each Ferrari can be found below. Ferrari 458 Italia GT2, AF Corse, GTE Pro #71 Ferrari 458 Italia GT2, AF Corse, GTE Pro #51 Ferrari 458 Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: TrueScale Miniatures/Fujimi Ferrari F50 GT

Photos of the pre-production version were starting to surface in the middle half of 2012.  One Ferrari high on my wish list of models to be replicated and have position in my collection, with that I’m happy to introduce the Ferrari F50 GT by TrueScale Miniatures in collaboration with Fujimi Models.  This is a 1:18 scale, sealed, and resin model.  Continue Reading...
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New Exclusive Photos of the Fujimi 1:18/1:43 Ferrari F50 GT

At first glance the you notice the addition of Speedline wheels, which in fact are different from the images released back in September 2012.  The stance and off-set are much improved.  The car is now more true to the original 1:1, my hats off to Fujimi for the maintaining the accuracy!  “To celebrate Ferrari’s golden anniversary, the F50 was released Continue Reading...
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First photos of the Fujimi Ferrari F50 GT

Preproduction photos have just come our way of the eagerly anticipated Fujimi 1:18 scale Ferrari F50 GT.  Fujimi is well known for their up scale 1:43 resin models, but their foray into 1:18 scale is looking promising to say the least.  Look for this model to be available from your favourite brick and mortar location in late 3rd, early 4th Continue Reading...
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