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Is there a difference in Fujimi kits which are labeled "Enthusiast"

November 26 2010 at 11:02 AM
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versus others, of the same model, which do not have that word in the label??

I have seen Fujimi Testarossa kits marked both ways.

Thanks for any help.

joe.

 
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Tom Booth
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Back in the early 80s....

November 26 2010, 1:25 PM 

when I first became aware of Fujimi's 'Enthusiast' line of 24th car kits w/ their groundbreaking Porsche 356 series (and bought each and every one, some twice) it meant detailed scale motors inc'd. A zillion parts compared to their fine curbside line of kits w/o motor or chassis details. Motor hood/bonnet opens but the doors and trunk/boot usually stay molded in.

They also at the time tackled the BMW 635 and Ferrari Daytona but not to the kit #s of the 356.

 
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Thanks Tom, i have my eyes set on their 1/16th line,,,joe..n/t

November 26 2010, 1:48 PM 

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CAL
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The difference

December 17 2010, 8:48 AM 

Generally the Enthusiast is a ton of high detail parts, includes the engine opening doors etc.

The little Ferrari Dino had nearly 250 parts!

The others are generally curbside kits.

 
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Thanks CAL, I will keep this in mind as i look for

December 20 2010, 6:30 AM 

fujimi kits.

All the best of the Holidays to you and your family.

joe.

 
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