...to my little corner of the internet. The first seed for "Danskerbiler" (Danish cars) was sown the 29th of april 2000. Exactly that day - but I did not know then.
That day I was at the Le Mans circuit. It was the test day for the 24 hour race and that was when I saw the Panoz the danish driver, John Nielsen, should drive
in the race. That was a real "Danish Car" with the danish flag painted all over the car.
That car kickstarted something I had surpressed for many years. I have always been fascinated by 1:43 diecasts. But I also knew that if I bought just one it could
well be the beginning of a huge collection. But I simply had to buy the "Den Blå Avis" Panoz! And if I limited myself to buy models of cars driven by danish
drivers the collection could not grow too much.
Ooh, how naive I was! It did not take long to find quite a few models fitting the bill. Soon I also discovered a new world of small companies offering kits and handbuilts,
and that was when my collection really took off. The size of the collection quickly passed the 100-mark and I have a huge amount of kits waiting for my building
skills to improve.
Unfortunately I do not have room to display all the models. They are stacked away in a cupboard - and I think that is a pity. Thus I have created this homepage. Here
I can show all my models to please myself and - I hope - anybody with an interest for danish racedrivers. Take a look around - I hope you like what you see.
Number of models: 379
Number of kits: 49