Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Lancia Stratos 1977 Acropolis Rally

Driven by Tasos 'Siroco' Livieratos with co driver Manólis Makrinos in the 1977 Acropolis Rally
which they finished 6th overall with a total time of 11:04.17. A 2763 km including 727 km
over 54 special stages.

This 1:18scale version is by Sunstar Models











14 comments:

Tom said...

You are master of Rally... Nice casting with nice pictures...Tks for showing us.

komenda said...

great pics Mike. Like this Bic Stratos A lot!

Ricardo said...

really nice casting, your rally collection is amazing!!!!

JDMike's Diecast Site said...

thank you Tom, Erwin and Ricardo for appreciating! My collection is still small compared to the real rally afficionados out there, but I am happy to share my collections. :-)

TiNiO said...

i really drool to your lancia rally cars bro. great pics! ;)

interdomin said...

What a fantastic car!!!

danielh said...

nice lancia rally car! i really like every lancia cars posted here,they are superb!

JDMike's Diecast Site said...

thanks Tony, interdomin and daniel! :-)

Kin said...

Hi JD,

"Very Nice Lancia Rally car" you got there.At least we have somethig in common because i also a big fan of Rally but Subaru team.
I adnire your skill of photo shooting especially on diecast.Mybe share some of your idea how to get a good & interesting photo.

Thanks,
Kin.

JDMike's Diecast Site said...

thank you Kin for the compliment! i appreciate it! one thing about taking good pictures is having enough light, a decent camera, and if you lack lighting, make sure you have a tripod at hand, shooting outdoors is also great!

MERVIN DIECAST said...

Amazing shot's as always jdmike.....

Kin said...

Hi JD,

You can go back to my early post on the Tamiya 1:24 WRC Subaru model & i'm going to showcase more & others similiar ranges in time to come since you are "RallyHolic".

"Let keep up the Rally spirit".

Thanks,
Kin.

BRIAN VESPA said...

Lovely car! Looks like you are now into 18's! Ganda Mike.

JDMike's Diecast Site said...

thanks Kin! keep the spirit alive!

and thanks also Brian!