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Old 02-05-2004, 08:24 PM   #1
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supra

can some one list a ll the MK IV supra kits besides tamiya and the F&F supras thanks
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Re: supra

There's the Tamiya, and the F&F
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tamiya
revell f&f
aoshima bomex (which is the revell f&f)
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Re: supra

there is only 2, not that hard
all others are racing one (2 from tamiya and few other in resin)
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Re: supra

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tamiya
revell f&f
aoshima bomex (which is the revell f&f)
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Justin, it's actually an AMT/ERTL, the F&F Supra that is. Revell/Monogram and AMT/Ertl are two different companies.

I do believe those are the only two supra's of that spec I've seen.
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Hi

The street cars already mentioned are the only ones available. If however you like JGTC cars, Studio27 have a great selection although pretty expensive. So far I have forked out on 2 of them and would definately recommend them to Supra fans.

Follow the links for some pics of what you get in the S27 kits.

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