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    Tamiya Honda (Acura) NSX Type R

      The NSX feels weirdly underrated, despite really being Japan’s premier supercar. This is in light of the numerous articles and news coverage pointing to this car taking the likes of Ferrari back to school on how to make a real quality performance machine – so even though this is technically a Type R model (which traditionally should be Champion…

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    Tamiya Mazda MX-5 Roadster (Miata ND)

    The world’s favorite little roadster – Mazda’s renowned MX-5 – was lucky enough to get a model kit release from Tamiya in its latest generation (where’s my 2015 WRX STi, Tamiya?). Starting life in model year 2016, the latest in the Miata lineage retains the usual goofy grin and naturally aspirated four banger motor.

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    Aoshima GReddy & Rocket Bunny Scion FR-S/Toyota GT86

    The Toyota 86/Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ took the sports car world by storm back in 2013 during their introduction because they went back to sports car roots – lightweight and rear wheel drive with a particular emphasis on having fun during the drive. While nearly universally praised for its handling prowess, its critics haven’t backed down about pointing out its very…

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    Aoshima Veilside Combat R Nissan Skyline GT-R R32

    I suppose now would be a good time to mention that as of the last year, my interests and hobbies have shifted slightly towards the automotive spectrum – that is to say, I got my first car and suddenly became engrossed in the automotive enthusiast scene. It’s a large reason why I’ve cut down so much on the plastic model…