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 Post subject: Bugatti 1931
PostPosted: Mon 26 Sep 2011 17:08 pm 
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I´ve just got hold of a 1931 Bugatti Royale Coupe De Ville 1/24 scale....from Franklin Mint, in it´s box and with all the papers. Is it worth much?? ..it looks very nice..the papers say it was made in 1992.

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Is it diecast  :?:

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Ratch:371291 wrote:
Is it diecast  :?:

Yes...the certifiacte says the seat are real leather--they seem like it and the symbol on the bonnet is real silver..

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Based on the price a friend paid for a Model T Ford from Franklin I would guess its value would be around £200 - £250, if its totally mint.
My friend paid £115 in 1996 for his T, but he had extra taxes to pay on it. The T is still worth only this today.

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 Post subject: Re: Bugatti 1931
PostPosted: Mon 11 Feb 2013 17:55 pm 
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Ratch asked if it was a diecast.
Yes....All the Franklyn Mint series are.


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