If anyone asks about the height, tell them it's accelerating. That's 'art in motion'.
I should get a Kyosho catalogue again, I had one years ago and it was great seeing all of the diecast models they make. It fell apart unfortunately. I've considered getting some Autoart models myself but really the last thing I need is yet another expensive hobby to go with the four or five I already have.
Less powerful, but as cool as the Atom V8: a Lamborghini Espada. I bought it from a private seller without the original box, unfortunately the seller didn't protect the wheels properly so one rear rim was broken when it arrived. Fortunately the original manufacturer AutoArt recently opened a webshop for spare parts and they had a complete underbody including intact rear rims, but with broken front suspension - perfect for me so I bought it and repaired my model.
This time a blue car, namely a Porsche 991.1 GT3 RS. According to some sources, the manufacturer GT Spirit is allowed to release Lava Orange and Ultraviolet (purple) which until now were only available from Spark for 250+ Euros which is too rich for my taste.
The addition of two more showcases led to more restructuring so I took pictures of all the showcases again. The two new showcases are missing lighting, that'll be done soon(ish), and I don't have enough glass partitions for the showcases so one showcase has to do with wooden partitions.
One of the showcases is an IKEA Detolf that houses my four scale 12 models - pictures of the M3 E30 and the M3 E46, both from OttO models:
(Size comparison of the scale 18 Autoart M3 E30 Cecotto)
(Size comparison of the scale 18 Kyosho M3 E46)
Another yellow 911 came in as well, this time a GT Spirit RUF CTR Yellowbird: