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Diecast Forums - Forum 24 – Diecast Zone

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PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Saturday by John Merritt #50458
Excellent pics...excellent model. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #50458.1
Here's an even rarer Thunderbird - 99 known to exist in total. by David Applebaum #50457
LOL. (-: (EOM) by JD Harris #50457.1
Hey David! Interesting T-bird / display. Take care. (EOM) by Billy Collins #50457.2
Anyone see that '59 white T- Bird sell yesterday on E Bay for $960. Another one is up to by Hollis Cornell #50456
Can anyone validate the estimed volume that was noted on the prior auction by james Schuster #50456.1
I very highly doubt that information was validated or even came from someone at DM by Phil Realmuto #50456.1.1
Phil, DM did have one independent dealer in the St. Louis area by Bob Jackman #50456.1.1.1
Incredible. It is beautiful though. I'm happy w/my somewhat rareTahitian Bronze '59 coupe. by JD Harris #50456.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… A few scarce items on the 1:43 Auction Listings #50455Moderator
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Some rare offerings on the 1:18 Auction Listings! #50454Moderator
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Check out the 1:24 Auction Board! #50453Moderator
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Friday by John Merritt #50452
Always liked this one it didn't have the continental kit on the back. (EOM) by Hollis Cornell #50452.1
Hey Hollis by David Trask #50452.1.1
Dealer installed continental kits were available in 1955. by Bob Jackman #50452.1.1.1
Connie Kits on 55 by David Trask #50452.1.1.1.1
David, the continental kits for the 55s and 57s had a full width by Bob Jackman #50452.1.1.1.1.1
Hey David no matter I have never liked continental kits on any make car (EOM) by Hollis Cornell #50452.1.1.2
That's true I remember reading that! by Phil Realmuto #50452.1.1.3
Yes Phil by David Trask #50452.1.1.3.1
These models were mighty fine, as are your photos of it (EOM) by Randy Portwood #50452.2
Wow. Amazing pics. I have the FM '56 in Goldenglow yellow. by JD Harris #50452.3
Continental kits on '55 T-Birds were aftermarket only. They were not factory equipment. In 1956, by Lawrence Kalfayan #50452.3.1
Old Time DCCCC'ers (Uncle Roy) Look what someone did to a Holy Grail! by Dan Duma #50451
OMG! - Wonder what condition the original model was in before he ****ed it up..... (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #50451.1
Dan and everyone else put away your kleenex its NOT what you think!! by Phil Realmuto #50451.2
+1 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #50451.2.1
Not something I would do, but it's not mine. Whatever floats your boat as they say. (EOM) by John Bono #50451.3
THE LECCXIII - '41 PACKARD 120 WOODY WAGON - PICS... by Tony F Perrone #50450ModeratorZone Diplomat
Packard woody by allan oates #50450.1
WOW! It looks great. I am very excited to receive this one. (EOM) by John Merritt #50450.2
great... by Geoff Jowett #50450.2.1
It's a beaut! That hood ornament is so perfectly scaled. (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #50450.3
Thanks for the update Tony. The model looks stunning by Bob Jackman #50450.4
Looking absolutely great, but I agree about the wood graining..... by Jerry Gorsuch #50450.5
Tony, Thanks for the pictures. It got me off the fence and I ordered one. (EOM) by J.D. Simmons #50450.6
That Packard Woody by Bill Morlitz #50450.6.1
1:24 scale 5 car display case by Truman Chua #50449
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Thursday by John Merritt #50448
Great photos of a very nice DM car. (EOM) by George Schire #50448.1
1954 thru 1957 corvette by Truman Chua #50447
My guess..…because the color black was not a popular color choice back in the Fifties. (EOM) by John Bono #50447.1
Possibly also, because FM made a '54, '56 and '57 Corvette in black. (EOM) by Tony F Perrone #50447.2ModeratorZone Diplomat
DM made a black '57 in 1:12 scale. (EOM) by Larry Hall #50447.3
(pics) Larry's amazing 1/25 scratchbuilt '57 Jeep pickup by Clifford Read #50446
Nice job! A neighbor of mine has a stunning 1:1 "wagon" version in this exact color. by JD Harris #50446.1
Exceptional build! by Thomas Struckman #50446.1.1
Oops! (EOM) by Thomas Struckman #50446.1.2
incredible! (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #50446.2
+1. (EOM) by Brian Cox #50446.2.1
Awesome!!! (EOM) by Sal Lomma #50446.3
+1 (EOM) by John Merritt #50446.3.1
INCREDIBLE! (EOM) by Billy Collins #50446.4
I'm running out of adjectives for the work you two do. (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #50446.5
I'm tongue tied and totaly speechless in awe !! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #50446.5.1
HOW DO they DO THIS ... AMAZING !!!!!!! My jaw hits the floor everytime by Dennis Mong #50446.6
First-class build resulting in this magnificent Willys Jeep truck model ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #50446.7
simply OUTSTANDING !!! (EOM) by Bob Santos #50446.8
Thats a big WOW (EOM) by Ron Dietrich #50446.9
I'm speechless. Just amazing. (EOM) by Gene Herman #50446.10
My goodness! It's breathtaking! (EOM) by Marlowe Johnson #50446.11
2000 Callaway by James Crane #50445
Yes, it did. (EOM) by Tony F Perrone #50445.1ModeratorZone Diplomat
Possible new 1/24 models from NEO? Link...... by Mark Sweeney #50443
I will definitely be interested! (EOM) by John Merritt #50443.1
Very buyable by Bill Morlitz #50443.1.1
I would be in for the '49 Caddy providing the price tag is not crazy. (EOM) by John Bono #50443.2
FYI - their 1/18 version of this car is $211.95, so the 1/24 will likely be below $200 (I hope). (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #50443.3
All resin, no operational parts?? It would look nice next to this one.. by Tony F Perrone #50443.4ModeratorZone Diplomat
Correct, no operating parts. OK with me but not for everyone. And, yes, Tony - it by Mark Sweeney #50443.4.1
Hey, I hope this is true. I'd be happy as a pig playing in mud if it is! (EOM) by George Schire #50443.4.1.1
OMG a 1:24 Cadillac Club Coupe would be heaven! by JD Harris #50443.5
I'm in for the caddy....beautiful!!! (EOM) by David Angeloni #50443.6
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Wednesday by John Merritt #50442
Love this car! Question re: wire wheels. Tony? by John Ryan #50442.1
John, I believe they are the same. Mine is serial #1, not a.. by Tony F Perrone #50442.1.1ModeratorZone Diplomat
Thanks, Tony. Always curious. (EOM) by John Ryan #50442.1.1.1
One of DMs very best efforts (EOM) by Ed Stutz #50442.2
Own it and love it! What's interesting about this model is that it appears very grand in pictures by Phil Realmuto #50442.3
Purdy little 'A'. (EOM) by Billy Collins #50442.4
+1 (EOM) by Dennis Mong #50442.4.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Tuesday by John Merritt #50441
This Buick is in my TOP FIVE 1:24 favorites! There is just nothing to be found by George Schire #50441.1
I agree totally! This is a masterpiece (EOM) by Phil Realmuto #50441.1.1
Thats the best of the BEST IMO and without Paul N by Phil Realmuto #50441.2
It doesn't get much better than this.....Hope you're feeling better John? (EOM) by John Bono #50441.3
Simply the best. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #50441.4
I am so glad I have this model. I can remember when my father wanted one as a BANKERS car, all the by John Munro #50441.5
One of DM's best. This and the tri-colored 4-dr HT command hefty prices these days. (EOM) by JD Harris #50441.6
PICS - Kind of slow today. How about some streetrods…. by Larry Hooper #50440
Very nice ... Very nice indeed ... Thank you (EOM) by Dennis Mong #50440.1
That should speed things up a bit (EOM) by Jim Kinder #50440.1.1
All nice....If I had to pick one it would be "The California Kid". (EOM) by John Bono #50440.2
+1 .. I Agree ... it is on my list .... just not on top of the list - but it is on the list (EOM) by Dennis Mong #50440.2.1
+2. (EOM) by Billy Collins #50440.2.2
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Monday by John Merritt #50439
I like your b&w photography for these "oldies." It's also interesting by David Holcombe #50439.1
Thanks. I was also very much intrigued by the differences. (EOM) by John Merritt #50439.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Take a look at what's listed on the 1:18 auction board! #50438Moderator

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