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Brooklin put up a new blog entry yesterday. by Ed Glorius #23955
Love it! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23955.1
That’s correct Ed. If you look at my post with the first pictures of the next model, #23911 by Mike Coupe #23955.2
I always love to see this "inside" info. Just great! (EOM) by John Merritt #23955.3
Brooklin Boxes by Mike Coupe #23954
Thank you for the clarification. Still will be a bear to store. by Ed Glorius #23954.1
Thanks Mike. The extra protection & no assembly is worth it to me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23954.2
Boxes by Roger Kimber #23954.2.1
I’m pleased BML14 arrived safe and sound and complete Roger. by Mike Coupe #23954.2.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - Friday by John Merritt #23953
Good one! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23953.1
How much in US $ is 20 euros? (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23952
Go here (cut and paste) by Harvey Goranson #23952.1
20 Euros is about US$20.00 (EOM) by Alex Taylor #23952.2
Please excuse my mistake: 20 Euros = about US $22.00 (EOM) by Alex Taylor #23952.2.1
More like $25 using the link I posted. by Harvey Goranson #23952.2.1.1
That’s about right for the moment but I would assume it will by John Rafert #23952.
T Y Guys for the euro answers. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23952.2.2
Does anyone know if there is a way to restore dulled Brooklin by Jack Dodds #23951
Try this, Don by John Kuvakas #23951.1
Silver polish or SemiChrome or tooth paste applied with a soft tooth brush by Curtis Parisi #23951.2
Both methods work very well. If a model was on display without protection... by Ralf Buyer #23951.2.1
If small parts were fitted to Brooklins with the recommended by John Quilter #23951.2.1.1
I use Flitz.Its both for Chrome and Paint. (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #23951.3
Thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23951.3.1
1960 Mercury Goldvarg Collection improved. by Sergio Goldvarg #23950
I love these Mercurys. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23950.1
it has rear skirt j adore (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23950.2
Even the screws holding in the tail light lenses are visible! Wow! (EOM) by Brian Cox #23950.3
Nicely done. (EOM) by Joe Libricz #23950.4
Well, there goes another 200 dollars with the 1953 Ford and 1960 Merc (EOM) by Mark Millar #23950.5
WOW! (EOM) by John Merritt #23950.6
SOLD!!! Again I say.....excellent quality for the price. Love Mercs (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23950.7
Maybe a Colony Park wagon in the future......(subtle hint) lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23950.7.1
Excellent subject matter choice. I will buy in spite of the fact they are two doors. by David Crowe #23950.8
Thank you Sergio! by dennis Brown #23950.9
I need a second home. Every one of these new Goldvargs look amazing. by Ed Glorius #23950.10
1953 Ford Country Squire by Sergio Goldvarg #23949
The quality of detail considering the price is outstanding! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23949.1
Fantastic detail! How close are we to these being released? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23949.2
That's a keeper. (EOM) by Joe Libricz #23949.3
That's the kind of detail you would hope for on a 1/24 or 1/18. Amazing to see it in 1/43. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23949.4
Looking for info on SpecialC brand by Max Paransky #23948
Remainder part work models by Maz Woolley #23948.1
And just to add ... by Andrew Davies #23948.1.1
It depends on which one and where you look. There are more then one Special C. by Bob Kleven #23948.2
Pic: Massachusetts State Police cruisers on a Spring day. by David Knight #23947
Are they looking for that speeding 57 Bel Air? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23947.1
No, Jack, with salt on the roads and no snow tires on the Bel Air by David Knight #23947.1.1
LOL.....Of course! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23947.1.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - Thursday by John Merritt #23946
A real stunner ! What a great-looking vehicle .... both model and real. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23946.1
Great pictures, John. And one of my favorite models, too. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23946.2
The color suits it so well; beautiful model. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23946.3
Boxes. Collectors are not always sure what do with boxes save them or toss them. Guess what? by Bob Kleven #23945
LOL! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23945.1
I hope it’s after my final few days that I’m In a box! (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23945.2
Ha! I just hope my family doesn't throw away my box! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23945.3
PICs - From My Collection - Wednesday by John Merritt #23944
That's a beauty, John. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23944.1
Thanks, John. This is a special that I've never seen before. Good one! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23944.2
I don't have the Palace Hotel Cadillac, but the seventeen cars in the by Rick Thompson #23944.2.1
Would love to get my hands on the 57 sattui ranchero. I order wine from them all the time (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23944.2.1.1
Tom, let me know if you are still interested in acquiring the model: (EOM) by Lou Petrucci #23944.
Elegant Cadillac ! A very nice model. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23944.3
Pics: John did you know, that this model was with a figure? by Jacques Roest #23944.4
Yes, I have the figure as well. I just didn't feature it in the photos. (EOM) by John Merritt #23944.4.1
Just 1 more thing about Countryside ... BATs!! by Karl Schnelle #23943
Lovely models of a lovely set of cars (EOM) by Maz Woolley #23943.1
Lots of difference in dimensions!! Which one is close to the 1:1? Or exact? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23943.2
The differences are amazing (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23943.3
I agree. How can they all be so different? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23943.3.1
I believe Karl and I agreed the new Autocult was the best (left in photo). by Harvey Goranson #23943.3.1.1
The first thing I noticed was the difference in size! by Ken Smith #23943.4
Unless some had access to the car and some didn't. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23943.4.1
There is only one to measure in the world,so who knows how they scaled the models. by Karl Schnelle #23943.5
I've got a Bizarre red one on display (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23943.6
Mike Coupe by John Scrivens #23942
A difficult question to answer. by Mike Coupe #23942.1
Thanks Mike for the reply by John Scrivens #23942.1.1
Let us not forget the basics: the laws of Supply and Demand by Don Anderson #23942.1.1.1
Well, few are happy with higher prices, but "profit-driven" is not a bad thing at by Mike DeTorrice #23942.
Well said, Mike. Some make it sound like Brooklin is doing something wrong by staying viable. by John Kuvakas #23942.
Well said as well John. Quality costs (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23942.
I used to get complaints when Brooklins sold for 69.00!And by Gregory Gunn #23942.
Regarding Brooklin boxes, They may not cost as much as we fear by Mark Lampariello #23942.
Sorry guys .. but I don't have a good feeling about the directions by Ben Miljoen #23942.1.2
The answer for collectors, in the light of the latest price increases is by Mike Coupe #23942.1.2.1
Yes I know Mike.. shopping around is realy not my style, I buy by Ben Miljoen #23942.
I fully understand the culture of modifying the simpler models. by Mike Coupe #23942.
My feelings as well. And I never received a Brooklin by John Quilter #23942.
No past damage in old boxes?....LUCKY.....I had many ruined. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23942.
Convertibles' windshield frames are often smashed in the old foam-filled boxes. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #23942.
Ford F-100 Goldvarg definitive model by Sergio Goldvarg #23941
Beautiful job done with this truck....its a must-have. by Jack Dodds #23941.1
Pet peive- tires by dennis Brown #23941.1.1
Agree with Dennis (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23941.1.1.1
Also agree - a fantastic model like this just needs proper tires to be perfect. by Harvey Goranson #23941.
What do you think about black wall tires instead? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23941.
Dear Jack Dodds, by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.
I'm okay with the tires myself; I asked Harvey if he preferred by Jack Dodds #23941.
Dear Harvey Grandson, by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.
Well, it hasn't stopped me from ordering one! by Harvey Goranson #23941.
My compliments Sergio .. a real stunner, the white walls are a good choice to !! (EOM) by Ben Miljoen #23941.1.1.2
Thanks Ben! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.
Looks fantastic Sergio! (EOM) by John Roberts #23941.2
Thanks so much, John Roberts! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.2.1
Gorgeous by Russ Rader #23941.3
Good idea to buy the Goldvarg F-100, dear Russ Rader! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.3.1
Beautiful, Sergio. Another sweet one. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23941.4
Beautiful model of a great truck. by David Knight #23941.5
Got mine on pre-order irregardless of the white wall tires (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23941.6
I will take the truck with the whitewalls. How about a 4x4 version though ? Never ends lol. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23941.6.1
Randy, is there an interesting conversion in the offing? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23941.6.1.1
Probably lol. I am working on the Neo Dodge Power Wagon right now. Bigger wheels & tires. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23941.
A truly beautiful truck. I would have liked to see the black California license plates of the by Curtis Parisi #23941.7
A real beauty ... and it looks even more amazing in person ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23941.8
WOW!! What an improvement of last century's Goldvargs. (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #23941.9
Thanks so much, Richard Sufficool!! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #23941.9.1
Brooklin seems to be back on internet. I saw the blog http://www.brooklinmodels.com/blog/ (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23940
And it's really good to have the pictures and the process again. Welcome back, BRK! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23940.1
Pics: Brooklin 2018 schedule, new boxes, and pictures of coming models by Jacques Roest #23939
Nice selections coming. The boxes look good. They remind of Automodello’s 1:24 ones. (EOM) by John Merritt #23939.1
No surprises that prices are exploding. by Jean Philippe Sergent #23939.2
Maybe we can just buy the boxes? (EOM) by Dick Browne #23939.2.1Moderator
I agree with you 100% (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23939.2.2
Contrary to what many think, I don't believe the boxes add that much to the price by John Kuvakas #23939.2.3
Second the motion - boxes by Al Stack #23939.2.3.1
I agree...as long as the box cost is just a few bucks more. The by Jack Dodds #23939.2.3.2
I don't mind paying extra money for proper light lenses but I don't need by Curtis Parisi #23939.2.4
Looks like the models will be screwed on to a Plinth (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #23939.3
It will probably take longer to pack everything during a move? (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #23939.3.1
New packaging and pricing by John Scrivens #23939.3.1.1
Models mounted on a plinth to me seems like a great idea. by David Knight #23939.3.2
Which may introduce another problem..... by Harvey Goranson #23939.3.3
Good thought, Harvey. Weren't the MOCs mounted to their plinths with two screws? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23939.3.3.1
Motor Citys had plinths? News to me. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23939.
Only some. The '39 Packard and Barrellback come to mind. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23939.
Oh.....the ones only the upper crust can own! :-) (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23939.
Good point Harvey. However, I think there are additional straps which should help... by John Roberts #23939.3.3.2
The new box looks great. I’m hoping Brooklin sells the boxes separately. by Lou Petrucci #23939.
Lou - If you receive a price on just the box, I am sure by Ken Smith #23939.
I am advised that the new Brooklin Packard Limo’ is due here in the UK by Mike Coupe #23938
Mike, do you know what happen with the 1946 Pontiac coupe as well as the 1965 Chevelle by Michel Lemieux #23938.1
I was wondering that as well.....I wanted to buy both of them. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23938.1.1
The Pontiac range is now deleted by John Scrivens #23938.1.1.1
The Malibu will appear. The Clipper sedan has been shelved for now... by John Roberts #23938.1.2
The Pontiac is a beauty...sure hope it gets done. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23938.1.2.1
I don’t believe they have been shelved for ever. Maybe it’s to free up by Mike Coupe #23938.1.3
PICS: A few more pictures from the show by John Kuvakas #23937
John, you and Randy make some of the best photo reporters since Woodward (Ave.) & the Bleacher Bums (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23937.1
I'm humbled. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23937.1.1
Fortunately I’m way too young to get the reference! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #23937.1.2
Very, VERY disappointed with the fearfully anticipated "star of the show" by Graeme Ogg #23937.2
Be Afraid. Be VERY Afraid. The Kuvakas no doubt is planning the next addition to "The Family". (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23937.2.1
I think these will continue to appear, ad nauseum. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23937.2.2
Frighten? We come to bring beauty, tranquility, peace-of-mind, a life that is free of anxiety, rest, (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23937.2.3
Yes there will be a next time, I already set it up lol ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23937.2.4
That Studebaker looks almsot like something the by Ken Smith #23937.3
And the coral one with various other accent colours? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23937.3.1
Seismologists report a disturbance at Virgil Exner's grave. (EOM) by David Larsen #23937.4
Oh no! It sounds like the beginning of every zombie movie ever made! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23937.4.1
Suggestion: when there are relatively close up photos by John Quilter #23937.5
That was my thought too John. (EOM) by John Roberts #23937.5.1
PIC: Tragedy averted in Chicago by John Kuvakas #23936
Immediately after the presentation, area emergency rooms reported a surge in cases of nausea & worse (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23936.1
Criticism like this is what drove the Dutch Masters to abandon painting and start making cigars! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23936.1.1
I think perhaps that’s what Frank was hoping you’d pick up on (EOM) by Randy Rusk #23936.1.1.1
And in case you were worried, old crazy Aunt Kathy made it home safely. by Harvey Goranson #23936.
Be strong......geniuses are often misunderstood (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23936.1.1.2
Yes! We are a tragic but humble lot! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23936.
Just don't go lopping off an ear Vinnie! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23936.
Almost fell for it by Randy Rusk #23936.2
LOL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23936.3
There is a simple answer to all of this, regretfully. by Don Anderson #23936.4
It must be just that....time to show a little sensitivity and compassion. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23936.4.1
Nicely done, Randy. It was good to see you and the other folks in the Forum 43 family. by John Kuvakas #23935
+1. Thanks Randy. You really captured the spirit by Allan Ording #23935.1
PICs - From My Collection - Monday by John Merritt #23934
What a beautiful car, John. I wonder how many of the actual cars were made. (EOM) by David Knight #23934.1
Very beautiful! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23934.2
PICs - From My Collection by John Merritt #23933
You are right about the white walls. Looks very classy. Nice Model. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23933.1
Yup, whitewalls make this car. (EOM) by David Knight #23933.2
I like the creases in the top and side-mount cover. A nice touch of authenticity (EOM) by Randall Olson #23933.3
Countryside weekend in review! by Randy Rusk #23932
Randy, thanks for the review - looks like you all had a weekend of fun. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23932.1
Randy, excellent timely review. Thanks! I recognized many people and I haven't met them in person! (EOM) by Randall Olson #23932.1.1
Ah yes... I myself went back home a lot lighter in the wallet because of some must haves. by Tom Ciryak #23932.2
Randy thanks for the great photos. I did get a little homesick by Don Anderson #23932.3
I can't do a better review than that, Randy! Thanks for the report! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23932.4
Just got home an hour ago Randy. Great review! by Harvey Goranson #23932.5
+1 (EOM) by Skip Johnson #23932.5.1
Thanks, Randy. Those of us who can't make the show really read and look at by David Holcombe #23932.6
Another great review & pics. There were a lot of shared stories & good humor. Great to see you all! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23932.6.1
Randy. great review. Hope to make it to the show one of these times. Is it by Curtis Parisi #23932.7
I am the too-serious guy in purple sweater and sunglasses eating pizza! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23932.7.1
what a great report (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23932.8
Why Shel Platt?? by Bob Kaempf #23931
Just a thought. Since you asked before with no reply from Shel maybe by Curtis Parisi #23931.1
Bob please email me at modelcars43@gmail.com Thanks by Shel Platt #23931.2
A question for collectors of the uncommon car. by Don Anderson #23930
I have Autocult's Manta Ray and I am very fond of it. by Joop Gisbers #23930.1
Either or... by Randy Rusk #23930.2
Esval in light pink was very, very nice at Countryside today! Did not see the AutoCult there. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23930.2.1
Before you got there Karl I borrowed the AC from Jeane Kirkel.... by Harvey Goranson #23930.2.1.1
PICs - Another one from Brooklin by John Merritt #23929
Appears to be, well, fantastic! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #23929.1
Glad you like it by John Scrivens #23929.2
Lincoln by Roger Kimber #23929.2.1
Gorgeous colour! (EOM) by Randall Olson #23929.3
PICs - Here is another Brooklin Packard to go along w/David's posts by John Merritt #23928
I don't have this one yet, but this one and the '48 model are on my list. (EOM) by David Knight #23928.1
I don't have this one yet, but this one and the '48 model are on my list. by David Knight #23928.2
GUIDELINES above includes a statement that we have been not following to the letter. by Dick Browne #23927Moderator
What is the definition of advertising Dick? by Mike Coupe #23927.1
What is the definition of advertising Dick? by Mike Coupe #23927.2
Mike I doubt seriously that he was referring to your posts. The way I look at what you post I'm by Tom Ciryak #23927.2.1
That’s what they are intended to be Tom by Mike Coupe #23927.2.1.1
Mike, I do not believe I have seen advertising on your posts. by Dick Browne #23927.
You are quite Dick, I don’t advertise on my posts by Mike Coupe #23927.
And I'm sure we all are glad you do that. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23927.
+1 (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23927.2.1.2
Pics. Comparing GLM & PremiumX 's 1956s Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. by Jean Philippe Sergent #23926
Thanks for your very detailed reveiw. But quite frankly by John Quilter #23926.1
Great comparison/review of these models. I have thought about the Premium X version by Mark Sweeney #23926.2
Many decent models come with goofy tractor tires. by Mark Lampariello #23926.2.1
Mark , by Jean Philippe Sergent #23926.2.1.1
Pics: Another Packard, this one a Henney Packard funeral coach by Brooklin by David Knight #23925
Oh Boy, I love this one too. I tried for months to find one for my collection. by John Merritt #23925.1
Pics: '54 Henney Packard Limousine by David Knight #23924
I have this one too, and love it. I broke my rule on this model, and added the black as well. (EOM) by John Merritt #23924.1
Attn Durham Collectors by Harvey Goranson #23923
PIC: One more day! I think I'm getting heart flutters! by John Kuvakas #23922
You can be sure Dick Browne and I will be there in spirit! by Don Anderson #23922.1
We should be right across the aisle from Buz. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23922.1.1
How many vendors at the show? (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23922.1.1.1
Here's a picture from 2011 to give you an idea. by Harvey Goranson #23922.
Harvey, that picture must have been taken before by Don Anderson #23922.
Correct Don. I had floor rights, once 10:00 rolls around the flood gates open. by Harvey Goranson #23922.
"I can see clearly now", or pretty soon once the skies over Chicago clear for Sunday's grand rollout (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23922.2
HAPPY ST. PADDY'S DAY...EASY ON THE GREEN BEER! (EOM) by Dick Browne #23921Moderator
Had some Green River at Buz's house today. Does that count? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23921.1
BRK 1942 Olds wagon by Alan Dinsmore #23920
I’ll ask Amanda on Monday if they’ve been despatched. by Mike Coupe #23920.1
BRK 1942 Olds wagon by Alan Dinsmore #23920.1.1
I can never wait that long for these new issues. by John Merritt #23920.2
And it is very much appreciated John. by Mike Coupe #23920.2.1
Me too....and a great guy. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23920.2.2
Thank you Jack. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23920.2.2.1
I echo that from this side of the pond. If there were dealer awards MC would get the top one! (EOM) by John Roberts #23920.2.2.2
Many thanks John. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23920.
They were dispatched last Tuesday Alan, so by Mike Coupe #23920.3
1965 Ford F-100 Goldvarg. by Sergio Goldvarg #23919
If only the white were Kuvakas Pink. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23919.1
We can only dream! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23919.1.1
Just a beautiful model especially in that color! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23919.2
Agreed ... nice to see a 60's model also (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23919.3
Yes for sure....bring on the 60s models! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23919.3.1
I think if Sergio did the Ford pickups from 57 to 65 by Jack Dodds #23919.4
Correct glacier blue by Sergio Goldvarg #23918
Sergio, I'm so glad you corrected the color on the Country Squire! I wanted by Curtis Parisi #23918.1
Dear Curtis Parisi by Sergio Goldvarg #23918.1.1
Colour is spot on. (EOM) by Ken Spear #23918.1.1.1
x1....looks awesome! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23918.
MUCH better. That is the color for me. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23918.2
Sergio, is the car missing a bumper bolt head on the drivers side of center in the rear view? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23918.3
Like this? (pic) by David Holcombe #23918.3.1
Like that. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23918.3.1.1
Dear Curtis, by Sergio Goldvarg #23918.3.2
Great! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23918.3.2.1
Glacier blue looks great. I have a history with that color and now it looks spot on. Thank you! (EOM) by David Crowe #23918.4
And the "wood" looks better now too! Yaa! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23918.4.1
Well, I didn't like the blue as originally pictured, so I decided I'd go with the red. by John Merritt #23918.5
Same here, John. Collector's solution: take both... ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #23918.5.1
There's no other option really...I did both too. LOL (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23918.5.1.1
PIC: Clouds gather over Chicago by John Kuvakas #23917
Its a bird...no its a plane...its a tropical Loewymobile (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23917.1
GREETINGS to all in and going to Chicago. by Dick Browne #23916Moderator
Sorry to hear you will not be there Dick by John Styles #23916.1
Looking forward to the next time. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23916.2
Sorry you are missing it! Hope you are doing well and can attend next year! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23916.3
and now the SMTS vs AutoCult... BAT 7 by Karl Schnelle #23915
Thanks Karl for the comparison and good pictures by Jacques Roest #23915.1
Yes, but I collect 1/43 Alfas and obsolete European diecasts. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23915.1.1
Like this one? (pic) by David Holcombe #23915.1.1.1
Nice - don't have it and have never seen one. (except yours)!) if you need to dispose of it.... :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23915.
Jacques Roest - Is the car in your photo below a 1932 Buick? PIC by Randall Olson #23914
Randall Thanks, you maybe right. You observed the car very well (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23914.1
Randall Thanks, you maybe right. You observed the car very well (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23914.2
I enjoy solving puzzles and your photo was a splendid one, Jacques! (EOM) by Randall Olson #23914.2.1
Great detective work! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23914.2.1.1
I'm thinking no, because the front fenders do not roll down by John Quilter #23914.3
I'm not so sure of the car being a Buick. Comparing the hubcaps, there by Curtis Parisi #23914.4
PIC - John and Curtis, you are right. Is it a '30 Lincoln? by Randall Olson #23914.4.1
That is even better, but this one has an hood ornament by Jacques Roest #23914.4.1.1
Now I'm thinking Morris Oxford 6 or Morris Cowley circa 1934? by John Quilter #23914.4.2
Fenders and lights look right. Not sure about the radiator shell. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23914.4.2.1
Can anyone pursuade Automodello to make their Ford Galaxie 500, and Continenal MKIII in 1:43? by Mark Lampariello #23913
I don't know, but I don't think so. They started out in 1:43 and I have by Rick Thompson #23913.1
i ll prefer that neo built them (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23913.1.1
See thread 23901 below. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #23913.1.1.1
Neo quality has tanked unfortunately. Banana shaped and junk. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23913.1.1.2
Perhaps we will see Jim Cowen Sunday, and can ask face-to-face.. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23913.2
Jim Cowen will be at the pizza dinner Saturday evening. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23913.2.1
ford Galaxie by Sergio Goldvarg #23913.3
Now THAT is some good news for the Ford guys. Thanks much (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23913.3.1
GREAT news.....1965 and 62 Galaxie 2drht plus 66 7 litre pls. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23913.3.2
Definitely 1965 2 door hardtop 500 XL! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23913.3.2.1
GREAT news.....1965 and 62 Galaxie 2drht plus 66 7 litre pls. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23913.3.3
And of course the same in 65 & 62 Country Squire wagons!!! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23913.3.4
thanks a lot sergio at least you to be listening collectors by Michel Gouverneur #23913.3.5
We all have our favorite Galaxies but these all sound great. by Mark Lampariello #23913.3.6
The Automodelli Ford Galaxie is far from accurate. It has to be remastered. by David Crowe #23913.4
We can hope. The only Continental MK not in our scale is the 69-72 MK III. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23913.4.1
Except (as is usually forgotten here) for the Legendary version. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23913.4.1.1
Brooklin Price Increase. by Mike Coupe #23912
Will have to be more selective in buying...not much choice really by Jack Dodds #23912.1
Its interesting to see that the price increases by Brooklin Models by Jack Dodds #23912.2
At todays (15 March '18) rate, 180.00 GBP=250.00 USD... by Brian Cox #23912.3
I think if you shop around you can do much better than that price. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23912.3.1
That’s quite right Jack. I am able, as I am sure others are, by Mike Coupe #23912.3.1.1
It is even worse in Canada 180GBP=$335 CDN. Shipping by Ken Spear #23912.3.2
My thoughts as well. I will have to greatly reduce the number by John Quilter #23912.3.3
It might be better to wait until you see the models in person by John Kuvakas #23912.3.3.1
Quite right John. by Jack Dodds #23912.
Well, so much for that Packard limo! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23912.4
How much are those bananas these days? (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23912.4.1
Too much......around 80 USD....$110 CDN. No way for me! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23912.4.1.1
IMHO..dump the NEO bananas for the superior Goldvargs. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23912.4.1.2
I have a couple dozen NEO models - not a single banana in the bunch (ahem). (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23912.4.1.3
I had very many as well but problems began last 12 mos. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23912.
If the Packard comes out by John Scrivens #23912.5
That’s my understanding John. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23912.5.1
PICS. And the next Brooklin Model is................ by Mike Coupe #23911
Thank you, Mike. This is on my "must have" list. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23911.1
For me also. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23911.1.1
I see glass headlight lens! Can it be? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23911.2
Well spotted Curtis. by Mike Coupe #23911.2.1
Hope the same for the next Ford.... (EOM) by renato camesasca #23911.2.1.1
+1. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #23911.
+2 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23911.
The Ford Customline will not have the clear lens, but by Mike Coupe #23911.
BML 26 1948 Packard Limousine by John Scrivens #23911.3
That's the new price after April 9th John by Mike Coupe #23911.3.1
I gotta have that one. (EOM) by John Merritt #23911.4
PIC: Breathe deep the gathering gloom... by John Kuvakas #23910
It's obvious to me that I lack the intellect to handle whatever by Bob Jackman #23910.1
Nothing to worry about Bob - JK was in a Moody Blues frame of mind. by Harvey Goranson #23910.1.1
Ummm, Harv, I don't think that was a knight wearing white satin. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23910.1.1.1
Hmm, "Knights in white satin"...sounds a bit like Monty Python's... (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #23910.
Red is Pink and Yellow is Green. Please don't light up that machine. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23910.
...could be....could be. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23910.
Perhaps an aerial display by the firefly brigade can shed light on John's picture. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23910.
Well there is a British theme here as "Nights in White Satin" was a ….. by Chris Sweetman #23910.
Well played, Chris. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23910.
Pizza Party Saturday night by Al Stack #23910.
LINK--PizzaFest 6:00 pm Saturday is at Giordano's in Willowbrook--Still room. Contact me at.... by Frank Racibozynski #23910.
Transkits by dennis Brown #23909
Dennis, good proposal. And this is just the place to suggest it. Well done! by David Holcombe #23909.1
Crowns would be interesting but here are a few more ideas by John Quilter #23909.2
Love the sedan delivery and the Park Lane....future Goldvargs?? by Jack Dodds #23909.2.1
An alternative: by Harvey Goranson #23909.3
The BAT is Back! Alfa Romeo BAT 7, that is... -pics by Karl Schnelle #23908
Bellisima! at the Frist was the most amazing car show ever. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23908.1
The Alfa Romeo BATs were amazing designs. by Don Anderson #23908.2
Looksmart made the BATs too. Seems like they appear every few years now. by Harvey Goranson #23908.3
Windows are larger and the wings more curvier, but that is just from internet photos! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23908.3.1
Loose thin chrome strips by Michael Garrett #23907
Cyanoacrylate (super glue) works very well. by Richard Nosker #23907.1
Glue by Michael Garrett #23907.1.1
Testors Clear Parts Cement & Window Maker, and it's also good for decals. by David Holcombe #23907.2
Formula 560 Canopy Glue. Dries clear, won't hurt paint. The best i've found. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23907.2.1
Shoe Goo thinned out with Xylene,doesn't hurt the paint (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #23907.3
White glue.Let it get tacky first before applying. (EOM) by Ken Spear #23907.4
(Pic.) New Cadillac from NEO by Peter Hart #23906
I realize that ambulances are custom built vehicles but by Bob Jackman #23906.1
Bob, I think that the model is intended to replicate a '56 model -- not a '54. Look at the by Brian Laurance #23906.1.1
I agree. The problem probably comes from identifying the model year by the side chrome. (pic) But by David Holcombe #23906.1.1.1
Thanks Brian and David. I was going by Peter's description by Bob Jackman #23906.
It looks EXACTLY like GLM's 1956 Cadillacs. Another copy again ?... by Jean Philippe Sergent #23906.2
Corrections on GLM's top closed Cadillacs 1956. Pics. by Jean Philippe Sergent #23905
I'm still not sure. (pic) by David Holcombe #23905.1
I see what you mean David, I was more by Jean Philippe Sergent #23905.1.1
Now all they need is to make the top removable to be truly "respectful". (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #23905.2
Shel Platt by Bob Kaempf #23904
PIC: Something wicked this way comes by John Kuvakas #23903
John, Have you considered therapy? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23903.1
Or an exorcist? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23903.1.1
The nice people who come to visit on Thursdays tell me I'm doing very well! They bring candy! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23903.1.1.1
OMG....this is terrifying....I can't afFORD to read further....but I must. by Jack Dodds #23903.2
Oh crap...I got it wrong....back to sleep! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23903.2.1
Pix: resized Randall's beautiful PM Buicks pictures by Jacques Roest #23902
I'm so done with NEO models by Jack Dodds #23901
Their earlier models suffered from peeling moldings and popped window film, too. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #23901.1
I certainly think this is true. I use to be happy to purchase my first few Neos by Alex Taylor #23901.2
Yes....and now Goldvarg is back thankfully! Much better. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23901.2.1
You get what you pay for... (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23901.3
Albert I thought the earlier ones were great value, but no longer. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23901.3.1
I'm a white metal guy and I don't like bananas-LOL. (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23901.3.1.1
NEO passing quality inspection on major "bananas" stinks. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23901.
PIX - More Provence Moulage transkit '50 Buicks by Paul Patterson by Randall Olson #23900
Very nice. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23900.1
Very well done, makes me jealous. See my post of the transkits (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23900.2
I like them both. Good finishing! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23900.3
Superb build quality. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23900.3.1
All beautiful -- and I particularly like that Roadmaster Riviera Sedan with the sweep spear trim! (EOM) by Brian Laurance #23900.4
Truly fine detail, even under magnification. That's hard to accomplish! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23900.5
PIC: Spies catch a glimpse of incredible stroke of genius to be announced in Chicago. by John Kuvakas #23899
GFCC Stupidbaker? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23899.1
I hope so! I want one! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23899.1.1
How can I miss the premiere of such a delectable beauty?! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23899.2
I sincerely hope you don't mean who I think you mean. by Graeme Ogg #23899.3
John - a favour please, When you reveal this "surprise" can you please post a link by Randall Olson #23899.3.1
Sorry, but it doesn't belong to me. It belongs to the world. by John Kuvakas #23899.3.1.1
'fraid you'd say that. How's about, "its fate is enigmatic and temporary." (EOM) by Randall Olson #23899.
Perhaps "temporal?" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23899.
Temporal is my favourite Japanese dish..... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23899.
Tropical 2-tone Loewymobile (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23899.4
1:43 Cars, Lot of 6 For Sale by Jay Bee #23898
Are these models at the DC4 auction? (EOM) by Shel Platt #23898.1
I would think that advertising an ebay auction is inappropriate by Bob Jackman #23898.2
I agree. I'm sure our Moderator will contact the poster and explain things to him, by Rick Thompson #23898.2.1
Jay Bee, Advertising ebay sales is not allowed on this Forum. by Dick Browne #23898.3Moderator
The elusive Esval Pierce Arrow sedan is coming. (pic) by David Holcombe #23897
Esval Pierce Arrow by Alan Dinsmore #23897.1
Love the reply Alan. Seriously, this is definitely a "must have" by Bob Jackman #23897.1.1
The major differences between the 1920 & 1921 is the steering location. by Dick Browne #23897.2Moderator
OOPS! The Esval site clearly shows both with LHD... by Robert Jacobs #23897.2.1
My bad, I misinterpreted some information I had. by Dick Browne #23897.2.1.1Moderator
PICS: Major 1/43 announcement coming to the Chicago show this weekend! by John Kuvakas #23896
Uh oh, this sounds ominous ......... (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23896.1
An ex husband ? Do you see what I am doing here lol ? (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23896.2
LOL! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23896.2.1
I may have to cancel my trip. Ay my age the excitement may be too much by Bob Jackman #23896.3
As is customary, we will have EMTs standing by. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23896.3.1
Can never have enough of these ducklings (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23896.4
Just remember - the aunt you never hear from is still lurking about. by Harvey Goranson #23896.5
Wow! I nearly forgot about the extended family! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23896.5.1
Yes - hmm - we used to have a bathroom in a circa-1955 house with tiles this color. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23896.5.2
Ahhh, yes. 1955, the age of understated elegance and restraint! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23896.5.2.1
Tropical 2-tone Loewymobile (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23896.
Pics: Perhaps the last snow in Virginia? by David Knight #23895
So the folks in the Jeep rolled the windows up, but the people in the by Rick Thompson #23895.1
The people in the Chevy, of course! Good observation, Rick. (EOM) by David Knight #23895.1.1
I'm always amazed that in many of my '50s auto brochures, scenes by Rick Thompson #23895.1.1.1
Snow? Dick Johnson posted this one on the lounge a couple of days ago. (pic) by David Holcombe #23895.2
Great picture! (EOM) by David Knight #23895.2.1
snow days by Alan Dinsmore #23895.3
I wonder, Alan, if it's the natural outdoor light that makes a difference. by David Knight #23895.3.1
That helps but the pure white background is a factor in how the camera sees the image accurately. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23895.3.1.1
Call Amanda at Brooklin and order a set of "snowies" for the Chev (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23895.4
PICS. New models from Kenna Models by Mike Coupe #23894
Beautiful! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23894.1
Pete did a nice job, particularly the dash. Neo also did a Greyhound: by Harvey Goranson #23894.2
Yes, I thought the dash looked good on Pete’s Greyhound (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23894.2.1
Pic: I need help please by Jacques Roest #23893
Interesting. Reminds me of the late 20's Lincoln. (pic) by David Holcombe #23893.1
But the fender line looks more European of the mid-20's. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23893.2
Thanks David, but this still not the car. Strange is it has no hood emblem. Most classic cars had by Jacques Roest #23893.2.1
Thanks David, but this is still not the car. Strange is it has no hood emblem. Most classic cars had by Jacques Roest #23893.2.2
My guess was a Renault Reinastella, but the door hinging doesn't match up. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23893.3
Volvo? Brennabor? Neither has fender posts. They all look the same. :) (EOM) by Albert Kopans #23893.4
Pics : 1957 Desoto Firesweep Western Models by Denis Auber #23892
Looks nice, Denis. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23892.1
Great model. Wish more 4 door Mopars were available. by Ken Spear #23892.2
(pic) More late model 4 door (& 2 door) Mopars. by Ken Spear #23892.3
painted like this you mean ? (Pic) by Joop Gisbers #23892.3.1
Yes. (EOM) by Denis Auber #23892.3.1.1
1969 Pontiac GTO by Road Champs (pic) by David Holcombe #23891
David, I have this model in red with a simulated black vinyl roof. You are correct......... by Randy Bahler #23891.1
IMO, RC has the best line of 1/43 cars but the opening doors ... by Frank Gioia #23891.2
Best line of 1/43 cars? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23891.2.1
Maybe the best line of sub-$10 cars? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23891.2.1.1
Not my area of interest but some of them a nice for the money. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23891.
Pics: 1950 Buick transkits Provence Moulage from Solido by Jacques Roest #23890
Jacques, I like your transkits and the background! Glad you kept your Solido convertible by Randall Olson #23890.1
How spoilt we are now. by Maz Woolley #23890.2
Yes! bring them on. (EOM) by John Quilter #23890.2.1
I'm surprised at the convertible as Solido offered one didn't they? by Don Anderson #23890.3
I think the convertible is a stock Solido? But maybe not. by John Quilter #23890.3.1
The key is the sticker for the portholes - gotta be stock as the TKs are cast. by Harvey Goranson #23890.3.1.1
Pics: 1942 Oldsmobile Woody Station by Brooklin by Jacques Roest #23889
Beautiful models - but that has to be one of the by Ken Smith #23889.1
Agree, Ken. Must have been very modern compared to the vertical look of a few years before by Randall Olson #23889.1.1
Indeed the front end is rare. After the war they came with a very good grill (front end) The color by Jacques Roest #23889.1.1.1
Jacques, I stand corrected. Green it is. Was hard to discern on my monitor. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23889.
I notice in some pics of this car from back then that by Jack Dodds #23889.1.2
Pics: 1970 Buick GS 455 top up by Brooklin by Jacques Roest #23888
Nice ... but could use some white letter tires (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23888.1
Pics: 1957 Willys FC 150 (Autocult) 1953 Willys CJ3B (PremiumX) by Jacques Roest #23887
I like them both! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23887.1
Me too! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23887.1.1
Oops. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23887.2
Pics: Oldsmobiles, two '57's and a '49 by David Knight #23886
Not sure what happened to the sizing of this post! Can't seem to fix it. (EOM) by David Knight #23886.1
My first car was a 57 Olds. by Richard Nosker #23886.2
Mine also was a '57 Olds. An 88 wagon, 4 door hardtop. by Don Anderson #23886.2.1
They were cool cars. by Richard Nosker #23886.2.1.1
I drove my Dad's 57 Pontiac Safari wagon for a time. by Jack Dodds #23886.2.2
Resized. by Curtis Parisi #23886.3
Always loved the sectioned rear window of the 57 by Jack Dodds #23886.4
Pics: 1957 and 1949 Oldsmobiles........... by jacques leroy #23886.5
My compliments....beautifully done! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23886.5.1
Jacques Leroy, Wow , perfect conversions (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23886.5.2
It's all in the details. Excellent work/pics, Jacques. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23886.5.3
Another Insane Auction Purchase!------ by Gregory Gunn #23885
I don't see where this was bought. I've been looking at this with bewilderment. As of this post by Curtis Parisi #23885.1
Curtis,Sorry,Wasn't e-bay was another auction house. (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #23885.1.1
A certain PT.Barnum quotation comes to mind regarding some folks and their money. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23885.2
Is the Countryside show incorporated with the larger show at Park Place? by Jay Golan #23884
Park Place (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #23884.1
Pics: DAF by Jacques Roest #23883
Very nice lil' DAFs - Is the 600 a repaint? It is very old! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23883.1
Karl, I bought this DAF 600 2nd hand in 1978. It looks like only the roof was repainted. by Jacques Roest #23883.1.1
!960 Plymouth Fury Goldvarg collection by Sergio Goldvarg #23882
And we like the red, white and blue colors too by Don Anderson #23882.1
Absolutely we do! by David Crowe #23882.1.1
i hope you wi ll do again (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23882.2
Anyone interested in a Sanford and Son pickup? by Mark Sweeney #23881
Nope. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #23881.1
+1 (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23881.1.1
Very interesting! (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23881.2
Nearly identical to the Forrest Gump pickup by Greenlight. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23881.3
But it has a tailgate (EOM) by John Quilter #23881.3.1
Needs a few more dents and rust to be authentic. (EOM) by Don Anderson #23881.4
[PICS] If you really like it, there is also a 1:18 version by Graeme Ogg #23881.4.1
No...but I did buy Del Boy's Reliant Regal! (EOM) by John Kuliak #23881.4.1.1
I found the similar Forrest Gump version 1:43. I don't think I need it. (pic) by David Holcombe #23881.5
There's also a cleaned up version from DeAGOSTINI by Jay Golan #23881.6
Randall's Packard station wagon (pic) by David Holcombe #23880
Thanks David. I guess I should have looked in my copy of Randall's book. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23880.1
That makes two of us, Bob! Michel spoke first. But I also found (pic) that by David Holcombe #23880.1.1
Thanks David. I love my Brooklin tutone blue example by Bob Jackman #23880.1.1.1
Regarding John Quilters statement in post 23870.1.1.1 about '46 to '52 Plymouth's by Curtis Parisi #23879
Curtis, one of the best looking Dinky Toys update I have seen - well done. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23879.1
Thanks Chris, an early effort without going crazy. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23879.1.1
Dinky got the proportions of the front clip wrong on these by John Quilter #23879.2
Well John as DT included this in their Farm range perhaps they …. by Chris Sweetman #23879.2.1
Boy, I'll say they got the proportions wrong! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23879.2.2
Probably didn't watch enough Sky King TV shows (EOM) by John Quilter #23879.2.2.1
For a toy this is a commendable effort and more so when compared to ….. by Chris Sweetman #23879.2.2.2
+1 Chris, and a pic. by Harvey Goranson #23879.
This Plymouth Woody was my first Dinky Toy.....still have one. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23879.
Happy birthday to Jacques Leroy! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23878
Thank you Harvey (EOM) by jacques leroy #23878.1
Happy birthday, Jacques!! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23878.2
Thank you Mark (EOM) by jacques leroy #23878.2.1
Anyone have an Autocult Mercedes 200 Jaray they might sell? by John Rafert #23877
1946 Chevrolet Taxi Goldvarg Collection by Sergio Goldvarg #23876
Is that a valve cover on the roof? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23876.1
I think I had a 1:25 scale model once with the same valve cover - Revell's Buick engine kit? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23876.1.1
This is one I would have bought. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23876.2
And here is the civilian version. (PICs) My dad had the '47 1:1 brand new. by David Holcombe #23876.3
PICS - Motor City USA '54 Packard Caribbean by Randall Olson #23875
Thanks, Randall. It's a beautiful model. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23875.1
I could have sworn that the 1st photo was 1:1 cars. Also,is by Ken Spear #23875.2
Ken, I was just about to ask the same question. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23875.2.1
Ken and Bob, thanks for your nice comments, See Michel's link below for more info (EOM) by Randall Olson #23875.2.1.1
And also the pictures of the wagon are posted here. Just click by Michel Lemieux #23875.
Great! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #23875.3
Very cool. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23875.4
Ken and Bob, the answer is in Randall's book ''Independents in miniatures''. by Michel Lemieux #23875.4.1
Wow, that's a neat link, Michel! A great coincidence that the Packard wagon by Randall Olson #23875.4.1.1
You're welcome, Randall. I like all the books althought that my favorite is GM in miniature. by Michel Lemieux #23875.
Thanks Michel. As I said to David, I should have consulted by Bob Jackman #23875.4.1.2
Hello, Any Shelby Cobra Fans here. If you are you may want to check......... by Randy Bahler #23874
Thanx for the heads up Randy (pic) ... by Frank Gioia #23874.1
No problem ! Thanks for the picture. Nice model. Like the wheels & tires too. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23874.1.1
(video) History of SuperSnake by Frank Gioia #23874.1.2
I have a few Randy - they look a little different though.. by Harvey Goranson #23874.2
Those are all very nice Harvey. I think the reason I like the Cobra.......... by Randy Bahler #23874.2.1
Impressive Harvey ... I have a couple also but they are made by ... by Frank Gioia #23874.2.2
I never followed racing so I stick to street versions only. Probably my loss ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23874.2.2.1
I have one Kyosho. coupe Frank - No. 26 car. Also... by Harvey Goranson #23874.2.2.2
re my recent post ( #23823) about the Kess De Soto by Graeme Ogg #23873
Well, at least it's not dead. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23873.1
hurray they should be build !!!!! (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23873.2
PIC: There will be a Forum 43 hospitality booth at the Chicago show again this year. Come see us! by John Kuvakas #23872
It might be worth the 17 hour drive just to see those little gems. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23872.1
Mark I drive 800 miles each way to attend the show and it's worth every mile. by Bob Jackman #23872.1.1
Jeff Lane and I will have tables next to John's & the Hospitality Table. Four in a row for 1:43rds! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23872.2
So....uh.....who needs a helper? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23872.2.1
Email me, Harve. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23872.2.1.1
Done! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23872.
PIC--If someone can stay after the doors close to help pack, I could use the help. by Frank Racibozynski #23872.2.2
I-spy another DT Plymouth Station Wagon. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23872.2.2.1
It was intended for my post war train layout, but now there are too many other little cars. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23872.
One more week and I'm off to Countryside. Can't wait to say hi in person to many of you. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23871
I'm looking forward to it as well, Tom. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23871.1
+1 Always a good time getting to share stories with like minded by Bob Jackman #23871.2
PIC - More history! Some more of Goldvarg's '49 Plymouth and a John Roberts '54 Brooklin by Randall Olson #23870
Dear Randall Olson, by Sergio Goldvarg #23870.1
Thanks for the information Randall. Sure wish I had one of these gems. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23870.1.1
Actually, 1946 to 1952 Plymouths are very under represented by John Quilter #23870.1.1.1
Yes, I agree. Would love to see some coupes done 1947-53 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23870.
Yes, in the line of 1946-52 Plymouth models, I would make by Alex Taylor #23870.
John - to have your talent. I think rear is a Vitesse as they are more rounded. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23870.
Could be. I've done plenty of mods with the Vitesse Chryslers by John Quilter #23870.
Agree, could use another Plymouth (EOM) by Randall Olson #23870.1.2
Sergio, you are welcome. Thanks for the model! (EOM) by Randall Olson #23870.1.3
Nash Golden Airflyte Goldvarg Collection by Sergio Goldvarg #23869
A lovely model that i wished you had issued. Any chance you will produce more? by Randall Olson #23869.1
I agree and also would be interested. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23869.1.1
I'm in, too... by John Kuliak #23869.2
Me too. I would love to have a model of this car! (EOM) by Richard Nosker #23869.3
I too would be a player. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23869.3.1
+1 ! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23869.3.1.1
The latest from Autocult by Randy Rusk #23868
The Walter Regent, I assume? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23868.1
Chrysler Corp. colors post war - a trivia question by Jack Dodds #23867
LINK: Checking the Auto Color Library might help by John Kuvakas #23867.1
Okay, thanks John (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23867.1.1
The inside joke at Chrysler was calling the purple, Statutory Grape. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23867.2Moderator
Do you know the range of years purple was used Dick? by Jack Dodds #23867.2.1
Sorry, no, not when it comes to colors. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23867.2.1.1Moderator
See post 23850.1 for a picture of this color. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23867.2.2
A favorite, being Goldvarg's Chrysler Imperial (PICs) by David Holcombe #23866
I like this model. I think that Derham Body Company of by John Quilter #23866.1
Dear David Holcombe, by Sergio Goldvarg #23866.2
Dear David Holcombe, by Sergio Goldvarg #23866.2.1
Yes, and your request pleases me. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23866.2.1.1
The beautiful model makes pictures fun to snap. Thank you for making it! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23866.3
Neo Scout Scarab. Opinions? Thanks in advance. (EOM) by John Rafert #23865
Do you mean Stout Scarab, John? Has NEO released one, or thinking by Rick Thompson #23865.1
A Stout Scarab? Brooklin did one, that should suffice. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23865.1.1Moderator
John where did you see this notice of the new Neo? by Don Anderson #23865.1.1.1
Does the world really need a new dung beetle? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23865.
If the new one is better than the old one - perhaps yes. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23865.
Stout, of course. (EOM) by John Rafert #23865.1.2
I see several of the Neo versions for sale on the 'bay, at just about the same by David Holcombe #23865.2
I think it's been out some time John. I'm with DB on this one. (EOM) by John Roberts #23865.3
A face (and body) only a mother could love......and I have it! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23865.3.1
Here's a reply John, with 8 pictures. by Harvey Goranson #23865.4
Wow, that's an intricate model. Thanks for the 1:1 pics, too, Harv! (EOM) by Randall Olson #23865.4.1
Thanks Harvey. Most helpful. They got so much right and missed the Scarab head (EOM) by John Rafert #23865.4.2
I’m reading “The Kellner Affair” by Larson and Erickson and there is an extensive section on by John Rafert #23865.4.3
Thanks John for mentioning this book. Just checked it out and ... by Chris Sweetman #23865.4.3.1
It is an amazing piece of work. If you are familiar with the Saoutchik book set by John Rafert #23865.
Old Goldvargs by Sergio Goldvarg #23864
Sergio, I have most of these but never did get the 57 Olds and the Plymouth station wagon. by Bob Jackman #23864.1
Oops, on second look I see the Henry J. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23864.1.1
Bob, the Plymouth Suburban was not imported into the US. by Dick Browne #23864.1.2Moderator
No wonder I could never find one of these for my collection by John Quilter #23864.1.2.1
Yes please....a redo on the 49 Plymouth wagon PLEASE! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23864.
A redo of the Plymouth Suburban should start from scratch. by Dick Browne #23864.
A better redo would be the unreleased 1960 Plymouth Convertible. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23864.
I am sure it would have to be to match Sergio's new quality (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23864.
Thanks for the information Dick. That explains why I don't by Bob Jackman #23864.1.2.2
Oh my gosh!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23864.2
I have several of them, mostly from Asheville (NC) Diecast, long closed. I by David Holcombe #23864.3
Sergio nice looking taxi that I never saw before. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23864.4
Dear Bob, by Sergio Goldvarg #23864.4.1
ihave only one the chevy fleetmaster (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23864.5
Sergio, is it possible to re-issue the 57 Olds in resin by modifying the existing tool? (EOM) by Mark Millar #23864.6
I've never seen the 52-53 Nash 4-door. by Richard Nosker #23864.7
I'm also curious about the Nash. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23864.7.1
No, the Nash was not released, (EOM) by Dick Browne #23864.7.2Moderator
Goldvarg Olds by Fred Lewis #23864.7.2.1
Thanks, Dick. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23864.7.2.2
Has anyone attempted the 1954 Packard Caribbean (pic) in our scale? Legacy by David Holcombe #23863
I have the Motor City in red/white and it is a magnificient by Bob Jackman #23863.1
Mine was white with dark maroon at the rear, and absolutely gorgeous. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #23863.1.1
I have the white and maroon TU. (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23863.1.1.1
Ford 1958 Police by Sergio Goldvarg #23862
Excellent! I see a lot of potential there. by John Kuvakas #23862.1
Way to go Sergio! (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23862.2
I do not know exactly what suggestions you want but by Don Anderson #23862.3
Would have to be a "post' sedan. (EOM) by Joe Libricz #23862.3.1
And how about a taxi too? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23862.4
2dr post or 4dr sedan body used for police nearly always (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23862.5
Would there be a demand if Brooklin consider releasing, at extra cost, by Mark Lampariello #23861
I'm in! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23861.1
me too (EOM) by Mark Millar #23861.1.1
Those 2 didn't ooze chrome like the 57 though...not sure..... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23861.2
Shoe box Chevys by Jack Dodds #23860
I'd love to see them all, side-by-side. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23860.1
Jack, While I personally disagree with your conclusions... by Dick Browne #23860.2Moderator
Really Dick? (EOM) by John Roberts #23860.2.1
Yes, John. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23860.2.1.1Moderator
Amanda does look at the Forum, Dick, but by Mike Coupe #23860.2.2
Dick...what do you disagree with? Healthy comparison of views. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23860.2.3
Really Jack, you have me completely wrong. by Dick Browne #23860.2.3.1Moderator
I have about 700 Brooklins, but I prefer the older ones. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23860.
I'm perfectly fine with your opinion Dick. by Jack Dodds #23860.
I agree, Jack, and am especially hoping for some '56 Chevies, by Rick Thompson #23860.3
I like BRK products, but there are some others out there. (PIC) Remember this one? by David Holcombe #23860.4
I've got the FM '56 Chev Nomad as a place holder, hoping by Curtis Parisi #23860.4.1
I'd like one without the spotlights and in a different color, but also by Rick Thompson #23860.4.1.1
Curtis I agree with you about the FM being a place holder by Bob Jackman #23860.4.1.2
As I've said before, the detail on the '55 by Sunstar is unlikely to be topped by Brooklin. by Harvey Goranson #23860.5
The Sunstar would be hard to top. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23860.5.1
PICS. A recent new one from Esval. by Mike Coupe #23859
Look at that little Sphinx hood ornament. Technology is getting better and better at 1:43 modelling. (EOM) by Scott Brown #23859.1
Pics; 1954 Mercury Monterey SW (Brooklin) by jacques leroy #23858
Very nice !! (EOM) by Ken Smith #23858.1
Your excellent results proves that Brooklin models have by Ken Spear #23858.2
Delete BRK, add Goldvarg above? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23858.2.1
Great work Jacques! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23858.3
Excellent detailing. Always nice to see a finely detailed woodie! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23858.4
Model Car Heaven is all in the details! (EOM) by Scott Brown #23858.5
Well done, Jacques. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23858.6
Great job Jacques! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23858.7
Jack Dodds please email me...john.minx at btinternet.com. thanks (EOM) by John Roberts #23857
John...I tried what you provided......it says "invaild address" (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23857.1
John...disregard my last.....it worked now....go figure! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23857.1.1
If anyone can locate a MIB Matrix Daimler Blue Clover for a reasonable price or by Greg Johnston #23856
Matrix has released 3 of the so-called Docker Daimlers. Here are mine (pics) by Harvey Goranson #23856.1
Pics: Brooklin's '57 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door Sport Sedan by David Knight #23855
Agreed, this is a beautiful 1:1 car and a beautiful 1:43 car. (EOM) by Richard Nosker #23855.1
Amazing work by Russ Rader #23855.2
This will be a monster hit by BRK- in all body styles. by Jack Dodds #23855.3
So tell me Jack everything about the Brk 57 Chevy that makes it by Bob Kleven #23855.3.1
It looks to me like the fidelity and accuracy are spot on, despite the headlights. by John Kuvakas #23855.3.1.1
John you have to do better then ride height for accuracy. by Bob Kleven #23855.
I mentioned fidelity and detail. Perhaps you can enlighten us as to what you're looking for. by John Kuvakas #23855.
John I originally said from the start was why another 57 Chevy by Bob Kleven #23855.
And we keep saying fidelity and detail. I guess we can make it simpler. by John Kuvakas #23855.
John just point out what you call accurate. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23855.
OK, thanks. The fidelity and detail are spot on. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23855.
Bob, If you have a negative opinion of this model, please point out what you like and dislike....... by Frank Racibozynski #23855.
Frank I just didn't care to see another 57 Chevy...nothing negative on how it looks. by Bob Kleven #23855.
Agreed, but you better get Amanda to replace the cracked whitewall for you (RF). by Harvey Goranson #23855.
Funny thing, Harvey, it's a black line, not a crack in the whitewall. by David Knight #23855.
What even comes close to this model? by David Crowe #23855.3.1.2
Okay, so I'm not an admirer of the '57 Chevy. But to my surprise, (PICs) by David Holcombe #23855.
Are those boom-a-rangs on the hood and trunk? (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23855.
White metal headlights by Jack Dodds #23855.3.1.3
Pic: Before judging the "white metal" headlights, you have to see this model. by David Knight #23855.
The blue 58 Chevy wagon in your 57 Bel Air pic has black tires. by Jack Dodds #23855.
Pics: Jack, here again is the '58 Chevy Yeoman in Silver Blue with black tires. by David Knight #23855.
Thanks for the info David; I love that diorama...looks so realistic (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23855.
Would a tiny drop of Micro Kristal Kleer be helpful? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23855.
That sounds interesting. I'll bet it would work! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23855.
PICs Yes, it works - I did it on many of my models... by Ralf Buyer #23855.
What a great idea, Ralf! These headlight lenses look real. (EOM) by David Knight #23855.
Thank you, David! It's really worth a try. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #23855.
A bit of warning with two part epoxy by Mark Lampariello #23855.
PICs That happened to one of my 1932 Fords... by Ralf Buyer #23855.
Epoxy will discolor after time. But the canopy glue trick sounds great! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23855.
Sure will Jack by Bob Kleven #23855.3.2
Dealer discounts by Jack Dodds #23855.3.2.1
Dealer discount has nothing to do with price increase. by Bob Kleven #23855.
I think this is a pretty brilliant model for a mid 150's price. by Randall Olson #23855.
This one looks outstanding ! A real beauty of a by Mike DeTorrice #23855.4
Pics: Back home after a Sunday drive. by David Knight #23855.4.1
So tell me David what size tires is your Chevy wearing? (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23855.4.1.1
7.50x14 (EOM) by David Knight #23855.
It clearly does photograph wonderfully, especially by Mike DeTorrice #23855.4.1.2
Very beautiful pictures that showcase this nice Brooklin, David (EOM) by jacques leroy #23855.5
Pics: Thanks, Jacques. Just couldn't resist posting these. by David Knight #23855.5.1
Yes, this detailing is definitely the direction for Brooklin now.... by Scott Brown #23855.6
Anyone know what happened to True Dimensions models? by Dick Browne #23854Moderator
Dick, I haven't heard of True Dimensions in a long time. I never acquired by David Holcombe #23854.1
Where has Dark Horse Models gone to? (pic) by David Holcombe #23853
Dark horse stopped making models but has other products. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23853.1
The Olds was a "test" of the 1/43 diecast market. It didn't work out the way they hoped so they by Mark Sweeney #23853.2
A beautiful model that had poor marketing. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23853.2.1
there are two models for sale on ebay canada by Michel Gouverneur #23853.3
Paid $29 for mine on eBay. Black washed the grille. Now it looks terrific. (EOM) by Randall Olson #23853.3.1
I see a lot of these sold for less than $20 with free shipping! Incredible bargain for by Mark Sweeney #23853.3.1.1
Check this out. Oh what could have been... by David Crowe #23852
This would be a great model, however there is only ONE Checker Model A known to exist. by Dick Browne #23852.1Moderator
I couldn't remember who was going to do the car. Thx, Dick. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23852.1.1
Looks like something Matrix would produce. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23852.2
The problem is getting access to the one and only car. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23852.2.1Moderator
While we're on newly released models, here's the 1958 DeSoto Firedome I received by Curtis Parisi #23851
Beautiful model! And fine pictures, too. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23851.1
Yes its a beauty for sure....nice colours. by Jack Dodds #23851.2
MORE PICS. Another new Brooklin. by Mike Coupe #23850
Just as a muscle car comparison, look at this Dodge Challenger. by Harvey Goranson #23850.1
For me Harv it has to be the Challenger in all its early versions but ….. by Chris Sweetman #23850.1.1
Love the DeSoto, but the Challenger is my era, Can you tell me who makes it? (EOM) by Mark Millar #23850.1.2
Several companies are making variations of the Dodge Challenger. Perhaps by David Holcombe #23850.1.2.1
Actually this one is by Good Smile Racing (Japan). Here is their Shelby Mustang: by Harvey Goranson #23850.
Where are these available? The first Mustang model with in-scale A-pillars. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23850.
Collectors market only by now. by Harvey Goranson #23850.
Mark as Harv says collectors market as all three Goodsmile Racing models ….. by Chris Sweetman #23850.
Very nice ... but I always liked the Buick GSX (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23850.2
I'm holding out for the hardtop, but these really need white or red walls. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23850.3
White-lettering tires were the rage with sport subjects in the 70s. Tough in our scale. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23850.3.1
Mark, white lettering would be easy using the pad (tampo) printing …. by Chris Sweetman #23850.3.1.1
PICS. Brand new Brooklin has arrived. by Mike Coupe #23849
Beautiful, Mike! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23849.1
Thanks, Mike. I really appreciate your pictures of the Brooklins. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23849.2
Thank you David. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23849.2.1
Previews by Russ Rader #23849.3
No problem Russ. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #23849.3.1
Brooklin Olds by Alan Dinsmore #23849.3.2
Thank you Mike. You do us in the USA a great service by Bob Jackman #23849.3.2.1
My pleasure Bob. by Mike Coupe #23849.
Mike, It just makes the anticipation that much greater. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #23849.
Great Model! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23849.4
Ford Falcon Sprint wheels by Sergio Goldvarg #23848
Factory wire caps are my preference, but... by David Crowe #23848.1
Dear David, by Sergio Goldvarg #23848.1.1
Wire caps for me too. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23848.2
+1 (EOM) by Skip Johnson #23848.2.1
There's an actual Sprint page in the 1963 "Ford Giant Menu" brochure, by Mark Lampariello #23848.3
Factory covers (EOM) by John Quilter #23848.4
I had very similar 5 spoke mags on the '55 T-Bird by Ken Smith #23848.4.1
IMO the American Racing mags ... definitely (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23848.5
Even Jay likes them ... by Frank Gioia #23848.5.1
Jay is a big collector of these modest subjects from his era, the 60s. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23848.5.1.1
wire caps (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #23848.6
I think the car has the personality of a racier car with the mags by Don Anderson #23848.7
Wire wheel covers. American Mags were never a Ford option but I think they look great as an by Curtis Parisi #23848.8
Original wire caps for sure (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23848.8.1
Falcon wheels. by dennis Brown #23848.9
I will take the custom wheels please ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23848.10
I like my models stock. If the model has after market by Bob Jackman #23848.11
Looking forward to this Brooklin (PIC) by Ed Glorius #23847
Looks good. But this CC from several years ago (PIC) still meets my by David Holcombe #23847.1
I'm with you David. CC Fords & Mercs show well both top down & top up. They fit in well with other.. by Frank Racibozynski #23847.1.1
But why a 4 door sedan? by Jack Dodds #23847.2
Why not a four door? I remember you saying the same about the 57 Chevy Jack. by John Roberts #23847.2.1
Fair comment John, but... by Jack Dodds #23847.2.1.1
I think Brooklin's aim has always been to provide a variety of body styles. by John Roberts #23847.
Second part of my answer to Jack's question... by John Roberts #23847.
Bread and butter and also cake by Jack Dodds #23847.
If the casting really floats my boat, I'll buy multiples, like their '51 Ford. But I'm out of space. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23847.
Pic: The four door sedans were popular family cars and were the bread and butter models. by David Knight #23847.2.2
Yes David 4 dr sedans were popular family cars but... by Bob Kleven #23847.2.2.1
I've no problem with four door or two door sedans by John Quilter #23847.2.3
I own around 200 cars (43rd) and not one 4-door ... by Frank Gioia #23847.2.4
BRK 53 Ford by Fred Lewis #23847.3
So many of these starred as police cars in 50's TV series (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23847.3.1
1952 Ford by Al Stack #23847.3.2
I don't remember this All. When did you ask?...email me at by John Roberts #23847.3.2.1
Are the grille and tail lights(minor) the only difference 52 to 53? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23847.3.3
Fords by Fred Lewis #23847.3.3.1
Thanks for the info! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23847.
Mercury Meteor and Ford Meteor by Jack Dodds #23846
Hi Jack, Not trusting my memory, I turned to Wikipedia and found you are right. Here by David Holcombe #23846.1
Pics: Jack, thanks for your post, and David H., thanks for the information. by David Knight #23846.1.1
Thanks for the info David K. and David H. by Jack Dodds #23846.1.1.1
Mercury Meteor by Michael Garrett #23846.1.2
The USA Meteor was an intermediate first sold in 1962 by John Quilter #23846.2
The Meteor Squire wagon looks great! The S22 version would too (EOM) by Jack Dodds #23846.2.1
Actually the Meteor sporty version was an S-33 which used by John Quilter #23846.2.1.1
A couple more CN models: by Harvey Goranson #23846.3
Yellowing of windows by Michael Garrett #23845
Unlikely that anything can be done about it. by Graeme Ogg #23845.1
Agree with Graeme - seems to be associated with vac-formed windows …. by Chris Sweetman #23845.1.1
Thanks for the help! (EOM) by Michael Garrett #23845.2
Fairfield Collectibles is already discounting Goldvargs by 14%. by Harvey Goranson #23844
They may be sell outs by Sergio but that doesn't mean by Bob Jackman #23844.1
Fairfield shows over 400 models at discounted prices. by Dick Browne #23844.1.1Moderator
Fairfield collectibles. by Sergio Goldvarg #23844.1.2
Just found it odd they are so quick to discount already. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23844.1.3
Fairfield doesnt even mention 1:43 at all in its lengthy blurb about itself. by Mark Lampariello #23844.2
worlds apart (pics) by Joop Gisbers #23843
The Victress is impressive by Keko Romero #23843.1
Jaguar Mark V by Motorkits (pics) by David Holcombe #23842
I really enjoy your dioramas, David. They're always period correct! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23842.1
David, these are great. And I only hope others will follow your by Don Anderson #23842.2
Great model. And great color. No wonder all those folks are oggling it! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23842.2.1
What a beautiful job, David. by David Knight #23842.3
New 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint prototype. by Sergio Goldvarg #23841
Other than the adjustments you mentioned, it looks great. I love the deep cut shut lines. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23841.1
One of my all time favorites. I tried to buy one new from by Ken Smith #23841.2
Both are keepers now......... (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23841.2.1
Is a prototype at this stage a 3D printed one? (EOM) by David Crowe #23841.3
Dear David Crowe, by Sergio Goldvarg #23841.3.1
Thank you, sir. (EOM) by David Crowe #23841.3.1.1
Sergio........Welcome back into the building of 1:43 cars. It looks like you are jumping in by Tom Ciryak #23841.4
Dear Tom Ciryak, by Sergio Goldvarg #23841.4.1
Met you a few years back at your restaurant when visiting Fla. Blown away with the diecast (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23841.4.1.1
I like this model alot. I almost bought ... by Frank Gioia #23841.5
Am I the only one that is surprized with this model choice by John Quilter #23841.5.1
Ooh! A '64 Fairlane 500 4-door in metallic burgundy.... by Harvey Goranson #23841.5.1.1
I'd go for a 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23841.
My Mom had a blue 4 dr that I drove for a while when I got home from Nam (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23841.
I agree with you John by Jack Dodds #23841.5.1.2
That first era of compact vs 'intermediate' vs Full Size may spark new by Mark Lampariello #23841.6
Sergio, would you kindly email me at kuvakas@gmail.com? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23840
The Historical Vehicle Association is also trying to attract the younger generation. by David Holcombe #23839
Good choices. If we want new blood, then rice rockets like the Acura Integra Type R must be added. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23839.1
And minivans omitted... (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23839.1.1
I agree. After I thought about it, minivans don't stir emotions. Gen Y'ers should make their picks. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23839.1.1.1
Ignition has made a ton of Japanese tuner cars that sell way north of $100. by Harvey Goranson #23839.1.2
If given a 330 GTS front end, maybe a lot like this one? by Harvey Goranson #23839.2
There are more millennials that like american muscle than you think (EOM) by Frank Gioia #23839.3

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