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#1 Posted : 07 November 2019 12:15:51

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not my favorite, but id buy them anyway. 70s/80s fast fords:
mk1/2 rs2000, sierra cosworth etc. I would think there is a huge and untapped market for those
but really i would love a mk2 astra gte 16v, mk1 golf gti, e30 bmw, audi Quattro....
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#2 Posted : 07 November 2019 17:47:57

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Mellow Ah them were the days Cool Not sure if the mas appeal would be enough to generate the income needed to recoup the costs worldwide, but like where you're coming from BigGrin
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#3 Posted : 08 November 2019 12:14:31

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Id have thought something like an escort cosworth/sierra cosworth would appeal to people outside the usual model building community, people that love these cars seem they will buy anything associated to their love.

I remember a test a few years ago for a MF35, as im sure you know it never went ahead(i did subscrible). Memebers of local model club, of which there are a fair few tractor fans knew nothing about it and at least 3 would have suscribed. Why not advertise in classic tractor magazines, as there is a huge tractor interst?!
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