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Pics.........My new and not so new aquistitions for the past year. by Tom Ciryak #22305
You've been a busy man! May you have similar good fortune in 2017. (EOM) by Randy Rusk #22305.1
Have the camera out so I took a few more PICS by Tom Ciryak #22304
Nice work Tom - are those Kyoshos (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22304.1
Road Signature. I figure if I'm going to tear them apart and do any repainting by Tom Ciryak #22304.1.1
I hear that. I have six of the TSMs and still there's a couple more I need. by Harvey Goranson #22304.1.1.1
Hey Peter Tait here are a couple of PICS of the color change by Tom Ciryak #22303
Remember the term "Jetback"? (pic) by David Holcombe #22302
David, and the "Jetback" term was used by Buick only in 1950 and, perhaps, 1951. The by Brian Laurance #22302.1
Thanks, Brian. I remembered the "torpedo body" but not the "jet"! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22302.1.1
Is there no way to put by Wayne E. Moyer #22301
Can't you just put it in the description field? Lots of room. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22301.1
Or, since your email address is shown on the listing, suggest that a prospective by Rick Thompson #22301.1.1
OK-- I don't find a description field-- just a "condition" ull-down menu. (EOM) by Wayne E. Moyer #22301.1.1.1
Wayne, I haven't used the auction in awhile, but as I recall, by Rick Thompson #22301.1.1.1.1
Exactly. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22301.1.1.1.1.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Wednesday by John Merritt #22299
Beautiful car, John. by David Knight #22299.1
Nearly perfect! If only that gray was green.... (EOM) by John Kuvakas #22299.2
LOL, don't go there............... (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22299.2.1
I like it! It yells "1950's!" I remember wearing a sport coat that was just that shade of pink. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22299.3
With the exception of the grill, this trim version is a virtual by John Quilter #22299.4
What a great color combo and beautiful car. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22299.5
And speaking of Japanese finds .... by Graeme Ogg #22298
Perhaps you're being a little harsh, Graeme. He IS offering free shipping (EOM) by Randall Olson #22298.1
You're right. Makes it all look much more reasonable. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #22298.1.1
A Trax Vailiant for $159 - and without a box!!! by Harvey Goranson #22298.2
Bonkers fits quite well. (EOM) by Peter Tait #22298.3
Japanese find (pic) by Joop Gisbers #22297
Congratulations, Joop! (EOM) by John Kuliak #22297.1
Verrrrrry interesting. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22297.2
Congrats, Joop! That car looks fast - maybe a new side theme: streamlined cars... (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22297.3
Welcome to the mad, mad world of oddball collecting! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22297.4
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #22296
Both are very nice! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22296.1
PICs A nice find on eBay... by Ralf Buyer #22295
wow, great find Ralph...and what a great price !!! (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22295.1
Good one! Congrats. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22295.2
That's a steal! Congrats!! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22295.3
That looks like an amazing model. Great find. Congrats. (EOM) by John Merritt #22295.4
Thank you all! (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22295.4.1
Just when I think we have enough 1:43 classic Packards, I see another possible. (pic) by David Holcombe #22294
I can just see that one appearing in the GLM range (EOM) by kenneth Hodges #22294.1
A gorgeous car, David - and for me even more appealing... by Ralf Buyer #22294.2
This IS a Dietrich Victoria........ by Robert Jacobs #22294.2.1
Not a victoria, but a convertible sedan, right? (EOM) by Richard Nosker #22294.2.1.1
Good News from Trax / Top Gear by Peter Tait #22293
already posted (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22293.1
Trax new releases: 1965 Ford galaxie and 1951 Ford double spinner (as Brooklin) by Jacques Roest #22293.2
I simply thought that the news by Peter Tait #22293.3
Trax Models by Fred Lewis #22293.4
I'd be a buyer for some of the Trax items IF they would set up by John Quilter #22293.5
I used to buy models from Trax on a regular basis. by John Merritt #22293.5.1
Same here. I am now reluctant to buy Trax models by Graeme Ogg #22293.5.1.1
Very well stated Graeme. Trax, are you listening? (EOM) by John Quilter #22293.5.1.1.1
+1 (EOM) by Randall Olson #22293.5.1.1.2
Hi Graeme by Peter Tait #22293.5.1.1.3
Another 1:43 bus (pic) by David Holcombe #22292
PIC - Another 1:43 GM Bus - The "New Look" aka "Fishbowl" by Randall Olson #22291
Toronto had them running up until a few years ago. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22291.1
Ah, yes - part of our youth, Albert! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22291.1.1
If only... by Peter Tait #22290
1951 and 1965 Ford sedans are planned by Trax of Australia by John Quilter #22289
I like both of the 65's. Are these only available direct from Trax or do they have a US dealer? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22289.1
I do not know of any US distributor for Trax items by John Quilter #22289.1.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Tuesday by John Merritt #22288
This one is hard to find in this colour scheme. I had to search high and low to by Randall Olson #22288.1
I think I may have bought that gray/black version from you, Randall. Another favorite for me. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22288.1.1
I think you did, Mark. Terrific model. Missed it so had to but another! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22288.1.1.1
I also have this 1959 Dodge in this beautiful color version by Alex Taylor #22288.2
I recently bought one of these on ebay - didn't know the color combo existed till then. One of my by Mark Sweeney #22288.3
Alex and Mark, you have good taste. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22288.3.1
Greyhound GMC Scenicruiser bus in 1:43 (pics) by David Holcombe #22287
This was part of the Autobus and Autocar du Monde collection. by Jay Golan #22287.1
I like it! I remember seeing lots of these growing up in the '50s-60s. (EOM) by Steve Jacobs #22287.1.1
That is a steal of a deal. Great model, I paid much more on eBay plus shipping across the pond. (EOM) by David Crowe #22287.2
I like it.... by Peter Tait #22287.3
PIC - Awesome, David - you need one of these now... by Randall Olson #22287.4
MTH also made a Greyhound Station in O scale by Jay Golan #22287.4.1
PIC - Agree with you, Jay. Here's the Downtown Deco kit. It begs for dirt. by Randall Olson #22287.4.1.1
Good ideas, gentlemen. I think I feel a little project coming on. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22287.4.1.1.1
PICS. Two goodies; one from Matrix, the other from NEO by Mike Coupe #22286
Love the Lea Francis! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22286.1
PICs Neo's 1929 Packard Roadster just arrived and here are some (detail) pics... by Ralf Buyer #22285
Thanks for posting this, Ralf. I think it's a winner! Mine is ordered. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22285.1
Ralf, Where did you order this model? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22285.2
Bob, I ordered the model from the German retailer "MiniaturModellMarkt"... by Ralf Buyer #22285.2.1
Thanks Ralf. A must have addition. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22285.2.1.1
I took a look at the MiniaturModellMarkt website by Graeme Ogg #22285.2.1.2
Great detail shots, Ralf. I'm looking forward to this one. (EOM) by Scott Brown #22285.3
Mine's in the USPS truck to my home as we speak! by Robert Jacobs #22285.4
Flat out gorgeous, Ralf. Looks like a great (and successful) effort by Neo. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22285.5
Can't wait. Ordered mine Jan 6th. (EOM) by Ken Spear #22285.5.1
Looks great. I'm wanting one of those. (EOM) by John Merritt #22285.6
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Monday by John Merritt #22284
The '54 Mercury is a beautiful model which I have in the most classical by Alex Taylor #22284.1
Lovely photos. Now my rant - I've seen thousands of Mercs without these chrome headlight rings by Randall Olson #22284.2
+1 by Ronald Casella #22284.2.1
Looks good in that color and with those proper width whitewall tires. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22284.3
That color, however, is not an authentic color for the by Rick Thompson #22284.3.1
Sorry, but I have just checked on the '54 Mercury Official color by Alex Taylor #22284.3.1.1
Yes, it's a Mercury color, but it wasn't used on the Sun Valley, by Rick Thompson #22284.3.1.1.1
I always understood that the Sun Valley was only available in two colour combos.. by John Roberts #22284.3.1.1.1.1
Excellent shots ! I have this one and by Mike DeTorrice #22284.4
It looks good all around except for the grill and front of the hood. The hood should have curvature by Frank Racibozynski #22284.5
New Collection from Atlas France? by Donald Grant #22283
I have not seen the Barkas, the Volvo and the CX in this exact form. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22283.1
PCT and Ixo by Maz Woolley #22283.2
Just Heard from LLoyd Ralston Auctions and they are ----- by Gregory Gunn #22282
Oh, good!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22282.1
Some sad news to report------------- by Gregory Gunn #22281
Sorry to hear that Greg. I only recently started watching their auctions. by Harvey Goranson #22281.1
Their pages have been blanked out... www.lloydralstontoys.com (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22281.1.1
Karl,Glen Ralston told me they are doing service on the Website and by Gregory Gunn #22281.1.1.1
:-) thanks! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22281.1.1.1.1
Some rarely seen models of US cars - Part 5 by Albert Kopans #22280
That Tjaarda-Briggs Concept is so cool! What do Forumites know about this one? (EOM) by Scott Brown #22280.1
The Old Motor site has a fine article, with pictures on this concept car. Here's a bit: by David Holcombe #22280.1.1
Good data on the Tjaarda-Briggs Concept, David. by Scott Brown #22280.1.1.1
The Cord was assembled in Westboro, Mass.? That's the next town over from me. (EOM) by John Sharisky #22280.2
I'd love to see this Zephyr prototype produced PICS by Peter Tait #22280.2.1
Variations on a Cord by David Crowe #22280.3
John Roberts - My e-mails to you... by Randall Olson #22279
thanks Randy - pleased to hear from you. No emails received though (EOM) by John Roberts #22279.1
Oh, oh. Others are getting mine. May be something (not) happening at your end by Randall Olson #22279.1.1
Hi Randy, just heard from David K. my email address is by John Roberts #22279.1.1.1
Thanks for the morning laugh! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22279.1.1.1.1
+1! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22279.1.1.1.1.1
Email rootes by Maz Woolley #22279.1.1.1.2
Enough material for a song here. If we can find a Wizard by John Roberts #22279.1.1.1.2.1
WMCE's 1949 Cadillac Club Coupe and the other GM fastbacks (PICS) by Brian Laurance #22278
nice nostalgic scene ! (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22278.1
Nice - I love that fastback styling. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22278.2
Lovely scene and models, Brian. I think the proportions of the WCME actually surpass the MCUSA Caddy by Randall Olson #22278.3
PICS - Chevrolet Deluxe Station Wagon 1941 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #22277
I have also this nice 1941 Chevrolet Woody wagon and I am confident by Alex Taylor #22277.1
Nice woodys!!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22277.1.1
Yeah!! I´m also waiting for the Buick by Keko Romero #22277.1.2
Cept Pontiac? (EOM) by Dave Hosea #22277.1.3
Great looking woodies, Keko! I was just reading about these bodies at by David Holcombe #22277.2
'41 Chevrolet with Cantrell body, Comments from my 4/18/16 post. by Curtis Parisi #22277.3
Very interesting information!! by Keko Romero #22277.3.1
Please feel free. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #22277.3.1.1
And there were also woody bodies for other cars by by John Quilter #22277.3.2
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Sunday by John Merritt #22276
John, this is a nice model, but this is not an official by Alex Taylor #22276.1
The closest 1950 Cadillac Official color to your model by Alex Taylor #22276.1.1
Here's my authentic Spark 1959 Cadillac color scheme: by Harvey Goranson #22276.1.1.1
I have a photo of this car at the race and the antennas are there. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #22276.1.1.1.1
John and Jenny Hall - Founders of Brooklin Models by Randall Olson #22275
Since no confirmation followed the first report, I by David Holcombe #22275.1
David, it seems a little like that children's telephone game... by Randall Olson #22275.1.1
I have heard no more yet by Maz Woolley #22275.1.1.1
Hall Memoriam by Al Stack #22275.1.1.1.1
Its very nice to hear about this forthcoming tribute. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22275.1.1.1.1.1
A very fitting place for such a tribute (EOM) by Maz Woolley #22275.1.1.1.1.2
PICS - Lincoln Zephyr Coupé 1937 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #22274
Fine model, Keko! Last week I ordered Neo's 1929 Packard roadster; I'll post pics when it arrives. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22274.1
Very nice model, Keko. They did a nice job on the teardrop lights by Randall Olson #22274.2
An excellent model. I love mine. (EOM) by John Merritt #22274.3
PICS - Lasalle Series 50 Coupé 1937 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #22273
Also bought this one, now they need to make a 1940 torpedobodied 2door coupe also! by Johan Bjorndahl #22273.1
Looks great! And it made me turn to my shelves for this one. (pic) by David Holcombe #22273.2
Looks great. This one is on my list. (EOM) by John Merritt #22273.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Saturday by John Merritt #22272
Beautiful, looks to be very well made. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22272.1
A 1930 Ford Model AA truck and bus by John Quilter #22271
John Q Great work like them all. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22271.1
+1 (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22271.1.1
Reminds me of the old Russian-made Leningrad models - there was even a GAZ-60 halftrack version. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22271.2
Some Ford Model A cars by John Quilter #22270
Great looking modifications, John, and the figures look special! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22270.1
You did a nice neat job on that roadster, John. Great period piece! (EOM) by Scott Brown #22270.2
Licensed I believe by Maz Woolley #22270.3
Chevrolet 1914-15 (pic) by David Holcombe #22269
Large white tires look good on that old Ertl! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22269.1
Large white tires make AWESOME toy cars. by David Crowe #22269.1.1
For white-tire fans, here's some more: by Harvey Goranson #22269.1.1.1
PICS. Its here....1947 Chrysler T&C Sedan by Mike Coupe #22268
Beautiful! Great detail and lovely color. And at today's by Rick Thompson #22268.1
Terrific job by Brooklin on this one! I can't think of any by Lou Petrucci #22268.1.1
Wow! Delicate roof rack, realistic wood, gorgeous paint, hand built. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22268.1.1.1
Wonder what the new import duty will be after the inaugural - See post 22263 (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22268.1.2
Gorgeous! Now if we could just get Brooklin to at least use glass or plastic by Curtis Parisi #22268.2
This shouldn't be too difficult as there are glass jewels by John Quilter #22268.2.1
My feelings exactly, Curtis. (EOM) by Scott Brown #22268.2.2
Great pictures by Al Stack #22268.3
Not my pictures Al.....Brooklin's by Mike Coupe #22268.3.1
Production numbers do not appear to be published by by Ken Spear #22268.4
Brooklin rarely make specific production runs. by John Roberts #22268.4.1
Thanks John for the information.This Brooklin is a must have. by Ken Spear #22268.4.1.1
When Brooklin does limited #'s, they are always announced,. (EOM) by Dick Browne #22268.4.2Moderator
A work of art. Superb. Brooklin made a great effort (EOM) by Keko Romero #22268.5
Excellent! If that price is accurate, this is a tremendous value! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #22268.6
I only did the currency conversion numbers, JK, but I'm by Rick Thompson #22268.6.1
Thanks for posting Mike! (EOM) by John Roberts #22268.7
What a gorgeous replica. Very nice in every way ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22268.8
Chrysler T&C by Roger Kimber #22268.9
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Friday by John Merritt #22267
At last we get to see the inside of the barn. Thanks John. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22267.1
One of my favorites from Franklin (EOM) by Peter Tait #22267.2
Nurnberg 2017 by Peter Hart #22266
Does not start till 1st February (EOM) by Maz Woolley #22266.1
Every once in a while you can catch a deal from Exoto. Mine came today. by Tom Ciryak #22265
Very cool. (EOM) by John Merritt #22265.1
Very nice! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22265.2
Hey Peter ..... I did some work on that 31 Hudson I got from you. Will have to post a pic this week. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22265.2.1
Sorry for the late reply by Peter Tait #22265.2.1.1
1910 Hudson, but not in 1:43 (pic) by David Holcombe #22264
I agree! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22264.1
Toy maker importers face new tax hurdle by John Quilter #22263
Made in USA! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #22263.1
Tax laws many times don't make sense and/or are by Mike DeTorrice #22263.2
Sounds like party time for tax lawyers by Maz Woolley #22263.3
Solido's 1964 1/2 Mustang (pic) by David Holcombe #22262
I like it too. Looks good. I know just about nothing about Solido. (EOM) by John Merritt #22262.1
Solido, a French toy firm, dates to the early 1930's, and made simple metal by David Holcombe #22262.1.1
The first L'age d'Or (Golden Age) Solidos were these 1928 Mercedes-Benz SS models, circa 1966. by Harvey Goranson #22262.1.1.1
Brings back memories - I collected all the l'Age d'Or! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22262.1.1.1.1
Solido initially issued their Mustang as a coupe, both in street trim or this rally car. by Harvey Goranson #22262.2
Interesting, Harvey. Yours seems to be quite a bit earlier than mine, by David Holcombe #22262.2.1
I have another Solido Mustang from that era, Harv. It's a '65 by Rick Thompson #22262.2.2
That's a later issue Rick, maybe from the 1980s? by Harvey Goranson #22262.2.2.1
I'm sure you're right, Harv, though I can't find a date anywhere by Rick Thompson #22262.2.2.1.1
I have that one, too, Harvey, and by Wayne E. Moyer #22262.2.3
Yep. I still have that box, a cardboard flip-up type. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22262.2.3.1
I found my picture of the original powder blue coupe. by Harvey Goranson #22262.2.4
When I was a mere lad Solido was considered a cut above the rest by many (EOM) by John Roberts #22262.2.4.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Thursday by John Merritt #22261
Elegant and beautiful ! Cadillac at their best well illustrated with this fine model. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22261.1
Beautiful color. Really nice. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22261.2
John............. I do believe you like Cadillacs. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22261.3
Yes sir I do, it's not my favorite make, as Packard holds that spot. by John Merritt #22261.3.1
I was and still am a big fan of the 60's and early 70's cars. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22261.3.1.1
1934 Chrysler Airflow coupe by Durham Classics of Oshawa, Canada.(pic) by David Holcombe #22260
Pics A beautiful model, David! I have some Police cars and a Taxi by Durham Classics... by Ralf Buyer #22260.1
Fine models, Ralf. I don't have one of the DC Oldsmobiles yet. Thanks for posting. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22260.1.1
It looks very interesting. (EOM) by John Merritt #22260.2
Healey Tickford by Donald Grant #22259
Donald I agree with your opinion of Oxford Diecast models. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22259.1
Times 2 on the 43rd scale Oxford Diecasts by John Quilter #22259.1.1
That's a nice looking car/model. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22259.2
Bravo to Oxford for making a somewhat obscure car. by Harvey Goranson #22259.3
Healey Tickford by Donald Grant #22259.3.1
You are probably in luck, Oxford does lots of color variations in later editions by John Quilter #22259.3.2
It goes nicely with the J&M Classics Healeys (EOM) by John Roberts #22259.3.3
Thanks for posting this one. I like it! It's good to see an interesting by David Holcombe #22259.4
(PICS) Just a small correction to John Merritt’s Tuesday post… by Lloyd Mecca #22258
How about the wheels? by David Crowe #22258.1
Chrome wheels were optional. Style is correct. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #22258.1.1
Thanks for the post Lloyd. I may try this with mine. Just nervous about that fingernail thing.... (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22258.2
Thanks Lloyd for the info. I seem to remember this was discussed when I posted them before. by John Merritt #22258.3
Thanks, John! I agree on the w/w's also. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #22258.3.1
I also like the white sidewalls. I think our '94 Chrysler LHS was one of by David Holcombe #22258.3.1.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Wednesday by John Merritt #22257
Handsome model. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22257.1
PICS: 1935 Alfa Romeo Bimotore record version by Arie Bras #22256
Nice work, Arie. It's always fun to learn about something "new". by Richard Nosker #22256.1
Excellent work Arie! Now if we could just get a Nuvolari MG K3 Tourist Trophy car! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22256.2
Nice - they did a lot of work on the original Top Models! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22256.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Tuesday by John Merritt #22255
Found while looking for something else. (pic) by David Holcombe #22254
I have that Shellzone somewhere too! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22254.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Monday by John Merritt #22253
Another one I would like to find some day. Beautiful. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22253.1
I've got the met grey one, if you're interested... (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #22253.1.1
Have got that same beautiful model. However, do you know anything about by Alex Taylor #22253.2
Never heard about it but I'd love to see a Coupe DeVille. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #22253.2.1
John: Your photographs are so vibrant! The paint almost by Ken Spear #22253.3
Fine photos of a beauty, John. Just for comparison, here's the BRK version. (pic) by David Holcombe #22253.4
i ll like that neo built models with continental kit (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #22252
Dick, your email account has been compromised; it's sending spam. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22251
Sorry, I am on a cruise those things happen. (EOM) by Dick Browne #22251.1Moderator
PICS - Chrysler 300 B 1956 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #22250
Keko, I agree that the Chrysler 300 is a nice model, but I even prefer by Alex Taylor #22250.1
I like it! Here's the earlier 1955 version and a '57. (pic) by David Holcombe #22250.1.1
No, I don´t know recent models of those car you are mentioning (EOM) by Keko Romero #22250.1.2
Just put this on my wishlist. Thanks for the pics. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22250.2
When a more colorful version appears, it will be on my list too. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22250.2.1
I actually had hoped DM would have done this car in white in 1/24 as they did red and black, the by Mark Sweeney #22250.2.1.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Sunday by John Merritt #22249
Beautiful !! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22249.1
A suggestion for production (pic) by David Holcombe #22248
That Briarcliff would most certainly make a great model by kenneth Hodges #22248.1
I checked again (and again!!) According to The Old Motor 1/4/17 article, this picture by David Holcombe #22248.1.1
Hi David, I read the article you mentioned in "Old Motor" by kenneth Hodges #22248.1.1.1
I'm afraid we are lonely voices in the crowd, Kenneth. Maybe it's time by David Holcombe #22248.1.1.1.1
I also had the Mikansue Stutz Black Hawk, if memory serves me correct by kenneth Hodges #22248.1.1.1.1.1
Pics of a pair of Stutz coming soon by Peter Tait #22248.1.1.1.1.1.1
There are few of us who would certainly appreciate by Peter Tait #22248.1.1.1.1.2
Well done, Peter. I'm in agreement. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22248.1.1.1.1.2.1
Highway Pioneers are classics. You and others may have mentioned them here over the years. by Karl Schnelle #22248.2
That's fine, Karl. I can provide more Highway Pioneer pictures if you wish. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22248.2.1
Moulds re-used over time by Maz Woolley #22248.2.2
Maz, I had never heard of this before, and I just found three of the Dapol by David Holcombe #22248.2.2.1
Sad News... by Nick Stewart #22247
John and Jenny Hall by Maz Woolley #22247.1
[PICS] 1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix by Graeme Ogg #22246
BoS Dodge observation. by David Crowe #22246.1
David, its a head scratcher The side trim is partial, resembling the low-line Seneca which did not by Randall Olson #22246.1.1
[PIC] I have to admit I never even noticed the side trim was wrong. by Graeme Ogg #22246.1.2
HA! Great detective work Graeme! Are we sure that's even a factory 1961 color? (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #22246.1.2.1
You found it, Graeme. That has to be THE car they copied. (EOM) by David Crowe #22246.1.2.2
The Pioneer was the mid class Dart for 1961 with the Phoenix by Ken Spear #22246.2
Just wondering where you got your information, Ken? by Graeme Ogg #22246.2.1
Info on the Pioneer came from Wikipedia and old ride.com by Ken Spear #22246.2.1.1
If it is supposed to be Phoenix trim they got it wrong. by David Larsen #22246.3
Great looking ride David. Congratulations! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #22246.3.1
Wow, what a beautiful car! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22246.3.2
Re: Side trim well done Lone Star, Cherryca and Autoworld. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22246.4
BTW this Lone Star model together with the rest of this range was exported by Chris Sweetman #22246.4.1
Actually that price for the Cherryca is reasonable. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22246.5
If you say so. Go on, give yourself an early treat for 2017! by Graeme Ogg #22246.5.1
You said so first Graeme a "very advantageous price” …. by Chris Sweetman #22246.5.1.1
Never a good idea. My sincerity is suspect at the best of times. by Graeme Ogg #22246.5.1.1.1
Reasonable? Well, maybe until the dreaded zamac curse shows up. by Harvey Goranson #22246.5.2
Harv, just one of the hazards we collectors face on a day to day basis and by Chris Sweetman #22246.5.2.1
BoS is releasing some very interesting cars in 1:18. I wish I had room for some of them. Will be by Mark Sweeney #22246.6
Looking for Autocult's Skoda 935.... by Joop Gisbers #22245
Joop, they haven’t disappeared off the face of the Earth but reside now ….. by Chris Sweetman #22245.1
Skoda streamliner by John Kuliak #22245.2
Early 1930 Packards. Exciting times for early Packard by Ken Spear #22244
Ken, thanks for the news of the 1929 Packard. I just checked and by David Holcombe #22244.1
Always a good day when new Packards become available... by Robert Jacobs #22244.1.1
Ken, great news but let’s hope they get the trim and small details correct. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22244.2
PICS - New in my collection by Keko Romero #22243
Keko, I enjoy looking at your Christmas presents and have myself 3 by Alex Taylor #22243.1
Yes!!! The nº of reference is NEO45750 (EOM) by Keko Romero #22243.1.1
Great models! You are a blessed man. Have a fine holiday! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22243.2
Neo makes a 300B? Will look for that one. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22243.3
Nice additions. I have and love the Lincoln. Need the 300 & LaSalle (EOM) by John Merritt #22243.4
Check out Brooklin's Photo Diary today for a glimpse of the maroon T &C by Rick Thompson #22242
Would someone who owns a Neo Buick "Y" Job comment on it? by John Rafert #22241
I have an older version, the GADM. So, merely FYI, here it is: by David Holcombe #22241.1
It's so important to the history of automotive design but when by John Rafert #22241.1.1
Here are some pictures from October 2015, can't remember if I posted them or not. by Harvey Goranson #22241.2
Looks pretty decent in those photos. I got a copy of Donald Osborne and by John Rafert #22241.2.1
Pic : Buick Y Job in silver/blue interior ltd 10-100 exclusively made for Miniature Cars NY by Jacques Roest #22241.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Friday by John Merritt #22240
Beautiful pictures by Richard Nosker #22240.1
Here's the version in Wood Rose Poly, an LE of 500 for MCW. by Harvey Goranson #22240.2
I love that color too. (EOM) by John Merritt #22240.2.1
John, Olympic White is a 1960 Cadillac color. Dover White was available in 1959. I used to own.... by Christopher Moroni #22240.2.1.1
Some rarely seen models of US cars - Part 4 by Albert Kopans #22239
WOW! Some very impressive ones in this post. That '42 Chrysler is awesome. (EOM) by John Merritt #22239.1
Nice by Ronald Casella #22239.2
Portofino by Paul Patterson #22239.3
Portofino with its doors opened (pic) by Joop Gisbers #22239.3.1
I am thinking about an alternate collection. by Joop Gisbers #22238
Taxi models for me. I have 54 in 1/43 scale. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22238.1
PICs Police cars for me (among others)... by Ralf Buyer #22238.2
30´s-50´s cars is my main collection, but i have a soft spot for concepts and also french curves. (EOM) by Johan Bjorndahl #22238.3
Hmm....let's see....there's the woody collection, Bentleys, MGs, sports cars..... by Harvey Goranson #22238.4
And I'm branching out into 1:200 scale airliners by John Quilter #22238.4.1
I have a small collection of parade cars (for lack of a better term). by David Holcombe #22238.5
Microcars by John Kuliak #22238.6
Microcars, hearses, woodies, campers, limos, classic concept cars... by Randy Rusk #22238.7
My main focus is and has been woodies, mostly American in 1/43. My subcollection by Curtis Parisi #22238.8
Popemobiles, I have four.. by Mark Lampariello #22238.9
After deciding to sell off my main collection of American Iron by Peter Tait #22238.10
Brooklin Collectors Club Annual Membership Invitation by Al Stack #22237
Pics : 1957 Buick Century Roadmaster Conquest Madison by Denis Auber #22236
Lovely picture, Denis. This 1957 Buick is one of my favorite models, by Alex Taylor #22236.1
I'm partial to blue and that's a beautiful color combo. (EOM) by Steve Jacobs #22236.1.1
Absolutely gorgeous. I don't own many models in this price range. This one I do. (EOM) by John Merritt #22236.2
The new acquisition that brought on my re-organization (pic) by David Holcombe #22235
That's a goodlooking Packard! And what's with the flash mob...lol. (EOM) by Steve Jacobs #22235.1
Pretty Packard and all your little folk are quite a crowd. I hope by Steven Williams #22235.2
I'm finishing and here's an example- (pic) by David Holcombe #22235.2.1
COOL, Perfect, Thanks David. (EOM) by Steven Williams #22235.2.1.1

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