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FnF: Fords n Ferraris
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Speaking of the devil in the Minichamps thread, my Mondo Top Gear cars arrived today via courtesy of Tom over at MCCH.

Couldnt find anything about diecast on Mondo's website. The cars themselves I place quality-wise close to Welly or Real Toys. Cool thing is that they have a little Stig driver inside the cars.

My favorite, the Zonda R


MC12


SLS AMG


SL65 AMG


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Megane Trophy
 

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FnF: Fords n Ferraris
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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)
Hookie,
The cars that show up on your link all appear to be Motormax castings to me. I could not find the Top Gear cars. It is funny though when I was trying to compare what these cars look like Motormax did cross my mind at first.

The cars as you say are not perfect as say a Kyosho. But who else makes a Zonda-R in 1/64 scale? As for myself I collect the good and the bad as long as they are not bigger than a Jada, Siku, Norev or smaller than a MB Cadillac Hearse and I can identify what the car is. If I restricted myself to perfect 1/64 scale cars I would be limited Kyosho, Biante, Minichamp? It would be a prefect but boring collection in my eyes. I love the crude Muky's or Rut Engines as much as the high dollar cars.

You know when I type in just mondmotors.com I keep ending up on another site. Weird. Thanks for the accurate link. Mondo's website is pretty flakey
 

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I saw on a thread at MCCH that there were other cars from Mondo prior to the Top Gear series including a GTR with a wing, a Porsche GT3, and a couple of Renaults
 
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