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But I thought I had been restrained this year, honey! (PICS) by Brian Laurance #22934
Wow! That's some haul! Those pictures make me envious of your "mini collection". (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #22934.1
What a gathering of excellent models - admiration and a little envy... ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22934.1.1
Top notch additions, thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22934.2
Impressive models, Brian. Almost as rare and special as the "table" underneath them! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22934.3
Why is the image upload by Peter Tait #22933
A few folks have had this problem, Peter. by John Kuvakas #22933.1
I'm having this problem on both my laptop and iPad (EOM) by Mike Coupe #22933.1.1
Had this as well in Edge, but when switching to IE no problems! (EOM) by Arie Bras #22933.1.1.1
My problems are also with Edge, and Safari too. OK on IE (EOM) by Mike Coupe #22933.
Had the same on all browsers, after installing newest version of Flash Player it worked with all. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22933.
For me Google works but not Safari. It's I'm on an iMac. (EOM) by John Rafert #22933.1.2
Work has started on the new by Mike Coupe #22932
Let's see if it works for me... by Karl Schnelle #22932.1
It did! See previous post's image! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22932.1.1
Lookin' good Mike! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22932.1.2
Thanks Karl. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #22932.1.3
Looks like another masterpiece Mike! (EOM) by John Roberts #22932.2
Wonderful replica, Mike. Another fine contribution of yours to the Hobby. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22932.3
Again, Where are the 60s?? I know that some manufacturers follow this site. by Mark Lampariello #22931
I agree. Maybe I'm just showing my age but I think the 60s represented the peak of American Auto by Duncan Pohl #22931.1
Yes, maybe you ARE showing your age. Thing is, though ... by Graeme Ogg #22931.1.1
I'd be interested in that too but.... by Peter Tait #22931.1.2
Hi Mark, I couldn't agree more with you for by Jean Philippe Sergent #22931.2
(Pics) Some early 1960's Buicks would be my picks. by Ken Spear #22931.2.1
I think it's really too bad that neither the 1962 Buick Electra 225, nor by Alex Taylor #22931.2.1.1
I agree with most of the comments here. Besides the Brooklin 1961 Ford and Chevrolet & a couple of by Randall Olson #22931.3
I agree, Randy. I was glad to see Brooklin do the '65 Impala, by Rick Thompson #22931.3.1
Absolutely Randall, I'll still by Jean Philippe Sergent #22931.3.2
Brooklin 1958 Bonneville. I recently purchased this car by Ken Spear #22930
Pics : 1951 Chevrolet Bel Air USA Models by Denis Auber #22929
Denis, thanks for posting this picture. This is my favorite by Alex Taylor #22929.1
Beautiful! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22929.2
Here's USA-21, the convertible, also well done. by Harvey Goranson #22929.3
Yes, you are right, this convertible appeals to me even more by Alex Taylor #22929.3.1
A lovely model, well photographed, Denis. One of the early USA models and by Randall Olson #22929.4
76 mercury marquis is announced by neo for fall (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #22928
A 2-Door hardtop coupe in the Cream/Gold Luxury Group would be my fav. (EOM) by Brian Cox #22928.1
+1 (EOM) by Shel Platt #22928.1.1
Sorry, Shel, but it's a real yawner. A model no one has pleaded for, by Rick Thompson #22928.1.1.1
I sense a trend -- Neo's homage to 70s American Luxo-barges by Mark Lampariello #22928.
+1 (EOM) by Skip Johnson #22928.
[PICS] It's that Chrysler Turbine at last. by Graeme Ogg #22927
Thanks Graeme for the pictures and your analysis. The by Bob Jackman #22927.1
I sure hope my Preorder was secured before 308! Beautiful model, by Mark Lampariello #22927.2
They should have copied the JoHan promo. by David Crowe #22927.3
I can see the bit about the grille by Graeme Ogg #22927.3.1
Like Neo, Matrix can be hit-or-miss, but i think this one's a homer! by Mark Lampariello #22927.3.2
You know... by Peter Tait #22927.4
PIC - Before David H. responds...I have just the thing... by Randall Olson #22927.4.1
Gentlemen, your lack of seriousness doea you no credit at all. by Graeme Ogg #22927.4.1.1
HUBBA HUBBA!!!! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22927.4.1.2
Nice! I don't know what you did in your conversion to the New Ray but I ordered one from New Ray by Duncan Pohl #22927.5
Really looking forward to receiving mine. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22927.6
Regarding the production number of 408 - I have 6 different Matrix models, all with a issue # of 408 by Mark Sweeney #22927.7
My last two Matrix models purchased which were the 1930s by kenneth Hodges #22927.7.1
Well, my grasp of mathematics is tenuous at best ... by Graeme Ogg #22927.7.1.1
I have dozens of Matrix models, the majority of which are editions of 408. by Harvey Goranson #22927.
Do the 400's come in a slightly larger box than the 408's? Like 2% larger :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22927.
Matrix number anomalies. by Harvey Goranson #22927.7.2
PIC - Who likes Packards? by Randall Olson #22926
Who doesn't??? Great display (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22926.1
Randy, You have captured this moment in time perfectly. by Bob Jackman #22926.2
Randy: A great collection and display.Your passion by Ken Spear #22926.3
That is a GREAT display, Randall. Excellent job and I love the models. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22926.4
Fantastic talent as always Randy! Great work (EOM) by John Roberts #22926.5
Great job! Love seeing all of the dealership displays by Ken Smith #22926.5.1
It's right out of an RKO picture! All you need are James Cagney & Joan Blondell! (EOM) by Scott Brown #22926.6
Really wonderful, Randall! You've made my day with this display. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #22926.7
love it ! (EOM) by Ben Miljoen #22926.8
it's so cool ! Wow. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #22926.9
Ask the man that owns one. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22926.10
I grew to have a soft spot for Packards... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22926.11
Your dioramas are like a little piece of history that hit a time warp. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22926.12
Very impressive! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22926.13
Nice display. by Richard Nosker #22926.14
Thanks for all your kind comments. I enjoyed Cagney & Blondell reference,too! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22926.15
Great Display, great models, and great workmanship!! (EOM) by Wayne E. Moyer #22926.16
Incredibly cool Packard display. Nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22926.17
John R I am expecting very soon Gift Set 3 Rootes en route towed by by Chris Sweetman #22925
Will look forward to seeing that Chris! (EOM) by John Roberts #22925.1
Please share with us when it arrives! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22925.2
Studebakers en route (PICS) by John Roberts #22924
WOW JR must be working 24/7 (EOM) by Shel Platt #22924.1
A very nice transporter load of Studebakers for some lucky dealer. Well done John! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #22924.2
Pic: Here's a nice '35 in route by Curtis Parisi #22924.3
Thanks Curtis. My first car was a 1937 Studebaker Dictator by Bob Jackman #22924.3.1
Thanks Curtis. My first car was a 1937 Studebaker Dictator by Bob Jackman #22924.3.2
Now all you need is the Brooklin '50 Studebaker truck to pull this transporter (EOM) by John Quilter #22924.4
John Q Are you sure the Study can handle that load? (EOM) by Shel Platt #22924.4.1
PIC--They sure did. From the John Jurkowski collection.... by Frank Racibozynski #22924.4.1.1
Fantastic models and photos! Seeing these beauties on a transporter would have by Brian Laurance #22924.5
John. Thanks so much for past & present pictures of your by Ken Spear #22924.6
John’s SuperToys Gift Set #2 - another brilliant set - amazing work. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22924.7
Thanks everyone for your kind comments which are much appreciated.. by John Roberts #22924.8
Fantastic work John. I especially like the President model. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22924.8.1
WOW! Every vehicle is a gem! (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #22924.9
Really superb Studebakers, John. What great views of these replicas ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22924.10
Gorgeous! I love the one of a kind President, too! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22924.11
Outstanding! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22924.12
me like :-)) (EOM) by Ben Miljoen #22924.13
Love it! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #22924.14
Cadillacs en route (PICS) by John Roberts #22923
WOW ! nice colours and beautiful work. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #22923.1
Remarkable! I love these images. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #22923.2
John, I bet the loading of these models bought back memories of ... by Chris Sweetman #22923.3
I do remember Chris. My cousin and I were each given a by John Roberts #22923.3.1
..plus memories of sneaking into dealer's back lots to glimpse the upcoming models (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22923.3.2
Gorgeous ! Magnificent Cadillacs ready for delivery. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22923.4
Beautiful, simply beautiful. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22923.5
PIC I've listed one of my enhanced Rextoys Packard Taxis on our auction site.... by Ralf Buyer #22922
Happy Father's Day! (EOM) by Dick Browne #22921Moderator
Yep ! I sure miss mine, ..... so by Mike DeTorrice #22921.1
+1. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22921.1.1
Porsche gets it''s 19th overal victory at Le Mans! by Harvey Goranson #22920
Just watched the end - i also wonder what will happen... (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22920.1
Saw the new Conquest 1957 Buick Century convertibles today and they are outstanding. Garnet Red and by Frank Racibozynski #22919
The one in red looks awesome. I gotta have that one. (EOM) by John Merritt #22919.1
Thanks for the heads up Frank. I have placed my order. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22919.2
Ordered the last Garnet Red / Shell Beige "top up" convertible today! (EOM) by Brian Laurance #22919.3
Ford Vista Bird by Matrix - update by Graeme Ogg #22918
Like this you mean? ... by Karl Schnelle #22918.1
"Coming soon" is not the same as "Current attraction".. by Robert Jacobs #22918.1.1
Lloyd Mecca please email modelcars43atgmail.com (EOM) by Shel Platt #22917
PICS A new Flower-Car by Claude Thibivilliers #22916
Just WOW! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22916.1
Outstanding model again ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #22916.2
Simply Beautiful work ! (EOM) by Ken Smith #22916.2.1
Love the well done flower arrangement (EOM) by John Quilter #22916.3
Sure would be interested in owning this creation. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22916.4
Stand in line!! :) (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #22916.4.1
New flower cars by David Crowe #22916.5
Yes David, as well as from NEO's Fleetwood Broughams 93-96 or GLM's 1995 limos. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #22916.5.1
Question for Dinky Toy specialists.... by John Roberts #22915
John, a ball park scale for Supertoys models was 1:48th but …. by Chris Sweetman #22915.1
And from what I can tell most of the Dinky airliners by John Quilter #22915.1.1
Thanks everyone - I really appreciate your thoughts and help. by John Roberts #22915.1.1.1
and at the other extreme the Supertoys Lawn mower is 1:8th scale …. by Chris Sweetman #22915.1.1.2
And just for fun, here's the mower and a young girl by John Quilter #22915.
You starting to forget names John? happens to us all! (EOM) by John Roberts #22915.
Don't think I'll try a 1:8 scale Commer - no head for heights! (EOM) by John Roberts #22915.
As Peter Glaze would utter "Doh!" (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22915.
I took mine out John - I measure a wheelbase of 2 15/16 inches. by Harvey Goranson #22915.2
Sorry to let you down! by Maz Woolley #22915.2.1
Do you mean 955? this one...? by Karl Schnelle #22915.3
I went back through my old Model Collector mags. Chris S remembers too.. by Karl Schnelle #22915.3.1
Karl, I did it for love as no pieces of eight crossed my palms. Thanks …. by Chris Sweetman #22915.3.1.1
That's it! (EOM) by John Roberts #22915.3.2
http://www.dtcawebsite.com/sites/default/files/old-forum-images/36448.jpg (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22915.4
Here is my own erudite, and probably useless, contribution to this thread. by Graeme Ogg #22915.5
I saw that link too Graeme, and was amazed at all the variants (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22915.5.1
Not only have I seen the link but these models were on display a couple of ... by Chris Sweetman #22915.5.1.1
Graeme, your reply is certainly erudite but useless - never - sounds like that …. by Chris Sweetman #22915.5.2
I never thought my query would create so much interest. by John Roberts #22915.5.2.1
p.s. re the link included in my post by Graeme Ogg #22915.
I'll wager 1:48 then, as many Dinky's back then were in this scale. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22915.5.3
A global collective has arrived at the answer to John’s original question. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #22915.6
Motor Coty #1 Oldsmobile by Wayne E. Moyer #22914
PIC - for Wayne and some history of MC-1 by Randall Olson #22914.1
Great to hear from you Wayne and to know that you have had some positive news. by Bob Jackman #22914.1.1
Thanks Randy! That's what confused me by Wayne E. Moyer #22914.1.2
You're welcome! You have one of the later ones. Early ones didn't even have an MC box, (EOM) by Randall Olson #22914.1.2.1
Wayne, by Fred Lewis #22914.1.2.2
All best wishes for your recovery Wayne (EOM) by John Roberts #22914.1.3
Hope you have a speedy recovery Wayne! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22914.2
Take care Wayne, we all wish you the best. (EOM) by Scott Brown #22914.3
I am praying for you and hoping for a fast recovery! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22914.4
Hope you have a speedy recovery (EOM) by Maz Woolley #22914.4.1
Glad to hear the good news, Wayne! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #22914.5
Keep up your spirits! I'm sure that these posts will help. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #22914.6
Wayne - Wishing you all the best, and a complete recovery! (EOM) by Ken Smith #22914.6.1
What Ken said, Wayne. Get well soon! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #22914.6.1.1
God Bless my man. My brother had a feeding tube in also. Tough way to eat. Hoping you have a FULL by Tom Ciryak #22914.7
THANKS Everybody. You guys are a great group and by Wayne E. Moyer #22914.7.1
Wayne I wish you a speedy recovery so you can get back at building more ... by Chris Sweetman #22914.7.1.1
Wayne, I wish you a speedy recovery. Take it easy and take care of you. (EOM) by John Merritt #22914.8
Come back stronger than ever! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22914.9
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Tuesday by John Merritt #22913
John, we will miss your great pictures. Best of luck with by Bob Jackman #22913.1
From me too John...best of luck (EOM) by John Roberts #22913.1.1
Good luck with the move - don't stay away too long! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22913.2
As usual, great pictures John. Good luck with your move by David Knight #22913.3
Best of luck with your move and your new home! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22913.4
do the news goldvarg models by Michel Gouverneur #22912
I don't know wether they will be available in Europe, but it looks like by Alex Taylor #22912.1
error! sorry. (EOM) by Ken Spear #22911
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #22910
Hard choice, but I'll take the Maserati! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22910.1
I wonder how many 1:1 Herbies there are out there? by Harvey Goranson #22910.1.1
at most 11 originals! http://www.aacamuseum.org/herbie-the-love-bug/ (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22910.1.1.1
That Maser is a "two-off". I wonder who got the 2nd one? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22910.2
Some rarely seen models of US cars - Part 7 by Albert Kopans #22909
Really like that Packard! (EOM) by Ken Smith #22909.1
Love the 1942 Chrysler. The Blazer, well, it is interesting. Who was HV Mod? (EOM) by David Crowe #22909.2
A German or a Swiss named Hans Voight, if I remember correctly. I saw about 10 different models. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22909.2.1
Poor deprived fellow. I don't think he ever saw a car in person. by David Crowe #22909.2.1.1
Never saw a US model made by BBR ... must been from a long while back ? (EOM) by Ben Miljoen #22909.3
Yes, their Styling brand goes a while back. There were a few variations of the Lincoln. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22909.3.1
The '50 Buick hardtop is actually a better rendition by John Quilter #22909.4
Some rarely seen models of US cars - Part 6 by Albert Kopans #22908
The Packard is outstanding. What a beautiful model. (EOM) by John Merritt #22908.1
All are special, Albert. The Valiant seems rarely made, and I agree about the Packard. Thanks! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22908.2
Actually the Trax version of this series of Valiant is much better by John Quilter #22908.2.1
Agree, but this one pre-dates Trax by years and it's white metal. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22908.2.1.1
I like that Packard and Valiant. The HV Cadillac looks like it belongs in a Wallace and Gromit by Mark Sweeney #22908.3
For those looking for the BRK119 Packard, one just ended on ebay, at $236.49 - wow! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22907
And another "Wow!" from me, too. I just looked at mine with new appreciation. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22907.1
WOW! They are wonderful models. I love both of mine. (EOM) by John Merritt #22907.2
Another postponed purchase that I have regretted. Should have bought one a couple years ago. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22907.3
Like the guys on American Pickers always say by Ken Smith #22907.3.1
I see our friends at Matrix will be offering the '32 RR Figoni PII by Robert Jacobs #22906
You should write them and point out the color error. They do respond. (EOM) by John Rafert #22906.1
You would think they'd figure that out without the bother, yes? (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #22906.1.1
As I understand it the Figoni Rolls has been restored and by kenneth Hodges #22906.2
PICs Need assistance, who made this BMW? by Robert M. Woolley #22905
Jedo43, either a French or Belgian company. Very rare. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #22905.1
Good one, Albert! There are 2 on the epay now ... by Karl Schnelle #22905.1.1
Thank you! Now that I know the company that produced this model, by Robert M. Woolley #22905.1.2
1966 Ford Galaxie sedan by John Quilter #22904
Much improved, John. "Necessity is the mother of invention!" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #22904.1
Thanks for the tips, John. I have used the grill blackwash for quite a while, by David Holcombe #22904.2
Looks nice. Wonder why they molded deck filler and front wiper panels with roof? by David Crowe #22904.3
The cowls are part of the roof. by Jay Golan #22904.3.1
David, I'm wondering that it might have been done for an easier and more secure by Steve Jacobs #22904.3.2
Hmmm....wire used for whitewalls. I don't recall ever seeing that before. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #22904.4
Masterful as ever by Maz Woolley #22904.5

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