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PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Thursday by John Merritt #22772
She's a raving beauty. (EOM) by Richard Nosker #22772.1
Verrrry interesting. Thanks for posting this one, John. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22772.2
Wow! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22772.3
ANNOUNCING THE D4C LECC XIV.... by Tony F Perrone #22771Zone Diplomat
lithium-white Opel Ampera-quest (Pic) by Joop Gisbers #22770
the universe answered my question and sent me one via eBay. (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22770.1
That was fast! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22770.1.1
Was it free shipping? ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22770.1.2
Just received the Brooklin Chrysler Imperial convertible and by Bob Jackman #22769
+1 (EOM) by Shel Platt #22769.1
+2 (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #22769.2
Yeah, the added detail on these new Brooklins is noticable and appreciated. (EOM) by David Larsen #22769.3
The Chrysler is beautiful, I am thrilled with it. The added details by John Merritt #22769.4
Concept cars by Mo Brown #22768
I have around 80 US concepts and imho everything is OK by Joop Gisbers #22768.1
What manufacturers are most of your 80? (EOM) by Mo Brown #22768.1.1
Great start! You might take a look at the pre-war Packard Darrin models, by David Holcombe #22768.2
Matrix has issued a bunch, lots of catching up to do! by Harvey Goranson #22768.3
I'm mainly a Mopar man by Mo Brown #22768.3.1
Pics: I do not know what is it for yours ? by Denis Auber #22767
Yes, I can see what you mean. Odd. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22767.1
Not seeing it. by Joe Libricz #22767.2
All 58 Bonnevilles had this style trunk lid. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22767.3
I have the same with this 1:43 Motor City Packard Formal Sedan (pic) by Joop Gisbers #22767.4
Measure the roof and look at the fit of the window frames inside the body shell by Randall Olson #22767.5
you are right Randall by Denis Auber #22767.5.1
I saw the same thing on the Conquest '60 Cadillac HT once, a shame and I returned it. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22767.5.1.1
I would be curious to compare the BRK Bonneville HT with your Con Bonneville by Michel Lemieux #22767.
Models of conceptual show-cars are becoming popular. Anyone remember the Ford Gyron? by Mark Lampariello #22766
Ford Gyron 1961 by Shel Platt #22766.1
Saw it in person by John Kuliak #22766.2
Good stuff John (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #22766.2.1
Follow-up on #22763 - a question. by Harvey Goranson #22765
I have a few of them. Mostly Alfa's that I bought in New York on 5th ave. (EOM) by Dave Hosea #22765.1
Nice!! Was that a model car shop? I was there once... (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22765.1.1
I have kept my favorite Dinky and Corgi pieces on display for decades. by Mark Lampariello #22765.2
PIC Speaking of Corgi I just received a Seagull Woods Coach circa 1993. Alas I thought it was a 1:43 by Tom Ciryak #22765.2.1
Yep...plus the early, UK manufactured Vanguards by John Kuliak #22765.3
Absolutely! by Skip Johnson #22765.4
Skip - you are a man who knows his priorities! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22765.4.1
Cleaning model paint recommendation by Max Paransky #22764
Resin or die cast? (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #22764.1
This is for a diecast 1:43 - a modern BMW promo (EOM) by Max Paransky #22764.1.1
Try Novus plastic polishes. I've used them for years with great results. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22764.2
If it's diecast, a little bit of car paste wax might work. by Harvey Goranson #22764.3
It's a diecast model, no idea on the paint type... by Max Paransky #22764.3.1
A Motor City had what looked like light scuff marks. Q-tips dampened with water buffed them out. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #22764.4
Poll: What automotive decades do you prefer in your collections? by Mark Lampariello #22763
I am after models of the 1946 to 1965 era, but first of all by Alex Taylor #22763.1
I grew up in the 60s, hence that's my preference. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #22763.1.1
My preference ends with the late 50's and starts as early as possible. I also by David Holcombe #22763.2
Beautiful Frazer. Is it a parade limo? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22763.2.1
Top end of the abbreviated '51 Frazer line. This was the last of the original by David Holcombe #22763.2.1.1
Brass era thru the 40's.... by Robert Jacobs #22763.3
Since my primary focus is woodies, the decades would be the thirties by Curtis Parisi #22763.4
Mark L. I agree we need more 60's (EOM) by Shel Platt #22763.5
I will elongate my collection on more years. by Michel Lemieux #22763.5.1
I have a very long time lapse in my collection subject by Keko Romero #22763.6
I try for everything up to the end of the 50s. by Richard Nosker #22763.7
Late 40's to late 60's for me. I also would like to see more 60's cars from makers. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22763.8
This is truly a hard one to answer... by Peter Tait #22763.8.1
My collection started with early 1930's Packards ,Duesenbergs by Ken Spear #22763.8.1.1
1900-1960´S But favourite period is 1935-1942 (EOM) by Johan Bjorndahl #22763.9
The first 100 years by John Kuliak #22763.10
John, well said. My kids don't care about cars nor computers (which likely by Randall Olson #22763.10.1
1885 to the present, though I do have the Brumm 1769 Cugnot. by Harvey Goranson #22763.11
Mark, good question - personally I don’t have a preference I just ... by Chris Sweetman #22763.12
+1 (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22763.12.1
+2 (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22763.12.1.1
+3 I still have some diecast from the 60s which still look good even now. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22763.12.2
+4 Have quite a few die-casts (pre-1970) as well that I enjoy..... by Skip Johnson #22763.12.3
Proably the 60's not much after 1964 except Mustangs & Corvette's (EOM) by Dave Hosea #22763.13
Mark, what a wonderful question. I collect mostly 1920-1963 which is a pretty broad range but by Randall Olson #22763.14
1946 to 1968 (EOM) by Denis Auber #22763.15
Post WW II to 1971-72, before the big bumpers. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22763.16
Goldvarg news by Peter Tait #22762
This is indeed one model I have been trying to locate. In what color version by Alex Taylor #22762.1
I always loved the 57 and 58 Fairlane 500 ht's (EOM) by Mark Millar #22762.2
If the models are of good quality this is one I will purchase. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22762.3
Here is a rear shot of the '61 Wagon... by Peter Tait #22762.4
Looks good to me. I may get one. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22762.4.1
Brooklin Spares Service by Maz Woolley #22761
Totally agree! Just this week replacement hood ornies for my BRK 119 Packard arrived. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22761.1
Autocult news by Randy Rusk #22760
Autocult Sebring Sprite by Fitzgerald Ireland #22760.1
Spring Cleaning! I'm posting 4 models to Auction. John Roberts Impala, Motor City, Trax, Mustang (EOM) by Randall Olson #22759
Kentucky Legend '63 Dragster 1:43 (PICS) by Joop Gisbers #22758
I like! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22758.1
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #22757
and what did you give her ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22757.1
;) I´ll show later (EOM) by Keko Romero #22757.1.1
Great models, Keko. I like the colours. Seldom see Ivory in late '40's models. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22757.2
Beautiful ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #22757.3
Two special models! Congratulations on their acquisition, as well as the wife!! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22757.4
Cool, Keko! I wonder how many more women I have to marry to get such presents... (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22757.5
Nice to see models that were once with me and by Mike Coupe #22757.6
Congratulations on your marriage Keko. ... by John Roberts #22757.7
Congratulations to you too John, and of course by Mike Coupe #22757.7.1
Thanks Mike! (EOM) by John Roberts #22757.7.1.1
Congratulations on all 3!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22757.7.1.2
Goldvarg Models by Mark Millar #22756
Goldvarg produced white metal 1/43 models about 20 years ago if memory serves. by Joe Libricz #22756.1
PIC - Info about Goldvarg... by Randall Olson #22756.1.1
Here's a link to their current website by John Quilter #22756.2
Thank you for taking the time to answer. Can't wait to see reviews on this site. (EOM) by Mark Millar #22756.2.1
Pics 1947 International Harvester K7 Mayflower Ixo 1/43 by jacques leroy #22755
Wish I had room for one. Tell us about that 59 Olds, please. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22755.1
Love the moving van... by Peter Tait #22755.2
Remember Collector's Classics? (pic) by David Holcombe #22754
Collectors Classic 1of1 1953 Ford Victoria by Shel Platt #22754.1
Looks good! Shares many parts with this one, the convertible. (pic) by David Holcombe #22754.1.1
Very cool Shel. I have the hardtop and the pace car. Were by Bob Jackman #22754.1.2
Collector's Classics by Alan Dinsmore #22754.1.2.1
I believe Oakland Models did a 1953 Ford hardtop. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #22754.
I guess you're right, in that I never saw a 1953 Ford Crestline by Alex Taylor #22754.
PICS - A couple of the Oakland Models Crestlines with comments.... by Randall Olson #22754.
Allan D. Oakland did 54 Ford Victoria and Convertible. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22754.
Bob Jackman Yes they were. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22754.1.2.2
This diecast served as the base for some modification I've done over the years by John Quilter #22754.1.3
Wow, John, those are terrific! by Randall Olson #22754.1.3.1
John Quiter All very kool. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22754.1.3.2
A low end Ford pickup with some interesting features. (pic) by David Holcombe #22753
Gearbox truck by Bob Kleven #22753.1
Thanks, Bob. Time flies when we're having fun! I see several of them, by David Holcombe #22753.1.1
David Diecast Direct has a few left. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #22753.1.1.1
Yes, I've had mine I think for by Peter Tait #22753.1.2
Looks great, David ! I have one of by Mike DeTorrice #22753.2
Goldvarg has now obtained licensing to by Peter Tait #22752
Will they only make Ford models? Hope they will also by Alex Taylor #22752.1
No, they will not be limited to Ford products. by Dick Browne #22752.1.1Moderator
I think it all has to do with the licensing... by Peter Tait #22752.1.2
Hoping for 60s Lincolns, the neglected decade. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22752.1.3
Where are the models being made? (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #22752.1.4
See post 22737 below. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #22752.1.4.1
Where are the models being made? The previous post does not contain that information. (EOM) by David Crowe #22752.
Resin models being made in China. (EOM) by Dick Browne #22752.
Thank you, sir. (EOM) by David Crowe #22752.
OK, I should have written "post 22737.2.3" by Mr. Browne. The information by Rick Thompson #22752.
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Sunday by John Merritt #22751
A fine pair, and I think this is the first time I've seen the sedan in that color. Special! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22751.1
John you know always highlight your models with your pics (EOM) by jacques leroy #22751.2
Pics: 1947 GMC PD 3751 Greyhound Ixo 1/43 by jacques leroy #22750
Great set-up! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #22750.1
Awesome!! I wish current buses were that stylish. (EOM) by Randy Portwood #22750.2
Good looking model. Thanks for posting this one. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22750.3
This looks great ! There is more coolness and style shown by Mike DeTorrice #22750.4
does bos models plan to build the chryler newport in 1/43 ? (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #22749
A pair of near-twins from 1947 (PICs) by David Holcombe #22748
The yellow version looks great. I haven't seen one before. (EOM) by John Merritt #22748.1
A resin model by the French firm of Provence Moulage. I built it several years ago. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22748.1.1
Nice models David............. by jacques leroy #22748.2
This model really sucks... by Randy Rusk #22747
Great fun. I bet it really leaves the competition in the dust. (EOM) by David Crowe #22747.1
Probably a clean sweep over the rest (EOM) by Mike Coupe #22747.1.1
PIC - ready for a Mopar Magic quiz? by Randall Olson #22746
Well, I'm not as well versed in 1/43 as some of these other guys but your set-up looks great. Now... by Christopher Moroni #22746.1
Thanks, Chris. See Rick's answer below. No, the tri-tone was a repaint. by Randall Olson #22746.1.1
Quiz by jacques leroy #22746.2
John White for the Dodge, John Roberts for the next three, by Rick Thompson #22746.3
Rick is right. The middle 3 cars are completely custom... by Randall Olson #22746.3.1
Really detailed question for Mopar experts by John Quilter #22746.4
I found this question interesting. by Richard Nosker #22746.4.1
John, I know what Richard and I have been doing... by Randall Olson #22746.4.2
Richard and Randall, thanks for your research by John Quilter #22746.4.2.1
Pics as requested! This one was a long time ago by John Roberts #22746.
Beautiful job, John. We think alike, here's mine by John Quilter #22746.
PIC - Here are the unused bits from JR's Dodge wagon conversion by Randall Olson #22746.
Excellent John. I didn't think about the wheelbase. by John Roberts #22746.
Here's some of the pics I used for the '54 Dodge 4 door wagon by John Quilter #22746.
Good question. Oh, Goldvarg issued a '49 wagon but these years ARE poorly covered by Randall Olson #22746.
I made a couple of hardtops - PICS by John Roberts #22746.
John, that Dodge is amazing! You must have made the top - so nicely done. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22746.
Thanks Randy. I can't remember how I made it! (EOM) by John Roberts #22746.
They all look fantastic. (EOM) by John Merritt #22746.5
PICS. 2 Jags. by Mike Coupe #22745
I like the XKSS Mike. Odd colour choice though! (EOM) by John Roberts #22745.1
An XK 120 FHC....with spats!...would've been a better choice. (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #22745.2
When I win the lottery the first car on the yard will be an XK120! (EOM) by John Roberts #22745.2.1
Could the XKSS be a reissue of the old AutoArt? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22745.3
Great minds think alike! I was just going to ask that same question! (EOM) by John Roberts #22745.3.1
I know one thing - the luggage rack is made out of some big-a$$ pipe! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22745.3.1.1
Ha! (EOM) by John Roberts #22745.
That was my criticism, but by Mike Coupe #22745.
And good value too Mike (EOM) by John Roberts #22745.
Here's the previous version in yellow. by Harvey Goranson #22745.
TSM Models also announced in their "Collection d' Elegance" by kenneth Hodges #22745.4
The Matrix especially looks nicely executed. Questionable styling to my eye. by Randall Olson #22745.5
PICS - for 1960-63 Ford Falcon lovers by Randall Olson #22744
Nice Randy... by Peter Tait #22744.1
Thanks, Peter. I think red was offered but orange....perhaps it faded in the Aussie sun? (EOM) by Randall Olson #22744.1.1
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Friday by John Merritt #22743
Beautiful Bathtub Packard, John. A Brooklin triumph. Almost bid on it, too. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22743.1
Very nice John, looks like the darker blue one? (EOM) by Peter Tait #22743.2
Good one, John. One of my favorites! (EOM) by David Holcombe #22743.3
Good catch John and beautifully photographed. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22743.4
Congrats, John! I'm still looking for one of these. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22743.5
Just shows what some of the people on here who refuse by Ken Smith #22743.5.1
Looking at versions of the Henry J. (PICs) by David Holcombe #22742
There is a NEO version in red (PIC) by John Merritt #22742.1
David, very cool Henry J's (EOM) by John Merritt #22742.2
David, very enjoyable set of photos. Hadn't noticed before - the HJ was a very "finny" car. (EOM) by Randall Olson #22742.3
Great collection of Henry J's...... by Peter Tait #22742.4
Here's one more David - BRK 118X Allstate Series 4 Model III in cream. by Harvey Goranson #22742.5
Thanks, Harvey. I've never seen this one before. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22742.5.1
We recognize Henry J lovers to the number of versions that they have by jacques leroy #22742.6
Does anyone have an email address for the principal of NEO scale models? (EOM) by John Quilter #22741
Try this one... by Dick Browne #22741.1Moderator
Good luck John, hope you're not looking for parts. by Peter Tait #22741.1.1
Nope, just wanted to send them a link to an article I wrote by John Quilter #22741.1.1.1
Big 1974 Dodge truck from White Box by John Quilter #22740
John Q. Great truck. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22740.1
Nice, I like it... by Peter Tait #22740.2
The modern Ford Box Van... by Peter Tait #22740.2.1
That looks like a mobile pigeon loft! (EOM) by John Roberts #22740.2.1.1
I like the Chevy but could do without the visor and bumper stalks (EOM) by John Quilter #22740.2.2
It´s a recolor from Brazilian collection. by Sergio Luis Santos #22740.3
Ah, maybe they did make that cab on truck as large as a D950 by John Quilter #22740.3.1
They´re releasing several Brazilian versions by Sergio Luis Santos #22740.3.1.1
Randy Bahler,Please e-mail me at-------- by Gregory Gunn #22739
Email sent Greg. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #22739.1
Molotow Chrome Pens reports by Gregory Gunn #22738
I just applied some this morning. Still looks OK this evening.. How long by Ken Spear #22738.1
Ken,There was a post recently about a Master Modeler-- by Gregory Gunn #22738.1.1
I decided to give it a coat of clear enamel to see if this by Ken Spear #22738.2
Applied some a few weeks ago by Maz Woolley #22738.2.1
Right, Maz. I applied some on a Brooklin Hudson ca. 6 weeks ago... by Ralf Buyer #22738.2.1.1
I applied the pen to a dual axle trayler five or six weeks ago and just now by Tom Ciryak #22738.3
PICS Yes, there will be new GOLDVARG models! by Dick Browne #22737Moderator
Looks great, any idea when we can expect to see them on the market. (EOM) by Mark Millar #22737.1
Looks good, provided the windshield and the vent window frames by Rick Thompson #22737.2
I read that all of the new Goldvargs will be resin. (EOM) by Peter Tait #22737.2.1
New name, new techniques (we can hope). Exciting times as Neo circles the drain. (EOM) by David Crowe #22737.2.1.1
Also coming from Sergio... by Peter Tait #22737.
1961 Squire will be good, 1960 would have been better with the one year only rear glass treatment. (EOM) by David Crowe #22737.
The 61 sounds good to me but I agree the 60 would have been a good choice too. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22737.
Premium X already made the 60 Ford Squire. (EOM) by Shel Platt #22737.
. (EOM) by David Crowe #22737.
David Crowe I am a Goldvarg fan from way back but you are the Gent by Shel Platt #22737.
Old Goldvargs were white metal but the new generation by John Quilter #22737.
+1 by Ronald Casella #22737.2.2
A Conquest Montclair two-door hardtop is still available by Rick Thompson #22737.2.2.1
Times two (EOM) by John Quilter #22737.
Rick, please read my notes re windshield. by Dick Browne #22737.2.3Moderator
Maybe he should have acquired the unused molds from Vitesse . by Joe Libricz #22737.2.3.1
No need for that, I wonder if Vitesse even had a master. by Dick Browne #22737.
I saw your comment re: the windshield, and agree. I just by Rick Thompson #22737.2.3.2
only 300 built (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #22737.
I wish he's start with something that hasn't been done already (pic). by Harvey Goranson #22737.3
+1 regarding the '61 Country Squire. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #22737.3.1
Sneak peek of the new IXO by Peter Tait #22736
I like it too. And I can fix that wheel issue ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #22736.1
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Wednesday by John Merritt #22735
Nice model, great color, I wish it had a top up option. (EOM) by Brian Cox #22735.1
Agreed.A beauty.either way (EOM) by Ronald Casella #22735.1.1
Impressive... most elegant. (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #22735.2
Wow, this is 1:43? Gorgeous. (EOM) by Randy Portwood #22735.3
Even the bottle of wine is detailed. (EOM) by Richard Nosker #22735.4
Was it a good year? (EOM) by David Holcombe #22735.4.1
Gorgeous. Matrix makes AMAZING models. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22735.5
What a touch of class that glass, the wine, and the car. Nice model John. (EOM) by Steven Williams #22735.6
John, wow this Lincoln... its da lovely! (EOM) by Randall Olson #22735.7
John, I've been looking at this one again, and wanted to add a note of thanks. I by David Holcombe #22735.8
As Neo moves downmarket, Matrix keeps ascending! How do they do it? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #22735.9
John Quilter please email modelcars43@gmail.com (EOM) by Shel Platt #22734
Question on Image Hosting Sites. I occasionally post by Ken Spear #22733
I think there are quite a few around that offer a basic free service. by Graeme Ogg #22733.1
Thanks Graeme for the link.Quite a few for me to look into. (EOM) by Ken Spear #22733.1.1
I've got a new MAC and can't upload pics to the forums because of the software? by Tom Ciryak #22733.1.2
after you select "CLICK HERE" below... by Karl Schnelle #22733.1.2.1
Boo Hoo It doesn't work by Tom Ciryak #22733.
PIC Hi Tom - this image was loaded directly from my MacBook …... by Chris Sweetman #22733.
Will have to check that out. I still use my Dell pc for most of by Tom Ciryak #22733.
test (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22733.
Lansdowne Models by Harvey Goranson #22732
Nice group Harvey... by Peter Tait #22732.1
Love those colors too! BTW, which one is the Nissan Leaf? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22732.2
Ha! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22732.2.1
Very nice collection. Beautiful colors. (EOM) by John Merritt #22732.3
Great group Harv. Take away the Leaf and the Y Type... by John Roberts #22732.4
Is the dark blue, top-up convertible the 1936 Railton Fairmile? by Dick Browne #22732.5Moderator
No Railton here Dick, nor any top up cabrios. by Harvey Goranson #22732.5.1
A shame as that Railton is particularly significant. by Dick Browne #22732.5.1.1Moderator
PICS Here is the Lansdowne Railton Fairmile by Dick Browne #22732.
And still one of my favourite Lansdownes. (EOM) by John Roberts #22732.
A few new ones....Rather boring! by Peter Tait #22731
Argh! The 1959 Plymouth non-Savoy with terribly done 1958 Savoy side trim returns. Ravaged May 2015 by Frank Racibozynski #22731.1
I agree Frank... by Peter Tait #22731.1.1
I like both trucks. The big International might need a touch of blackwash by David Holcombe #22731.2
Ugh! That Samba bus - could it look any worse? I do like the NEO Willys. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22731.3
Agree on the Samba Mark. As a bus owner I don't like it! (EOM) by John Roberts #22731.3.1
AAiiieeeee! My eyes, my eyes! That bus is awful. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #22731.3.2
Careful Rick - talk like that might make another creation of the pink/green variety appear. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22731.3.2.1
That's okay, Harv, so long as it doesn't have that nifty by Rick Thompson #22731.
Happy to find that I am not the only one by Ken Smith #22731.4
I absolutely agree with everyone on the VW... by Peter Tait #22731.5
Factory build eh? Hmmm! Never seen one in any of the books.. by John Roberts #22731.5.1
If I happen to come across it this summer I'll be sure to get a few pics.. by Peter Tait #22731.5.2
1:43 collection inquiry by Casey Ciuffetti #22730
Your post sounds interesting to me: I am interested in 1/43 copies of by Alex Taylor #22730.1
Thanks!!! I didn't know if anyone would notice my post.. by Casey Ciuffetti #22730.1.1
If you have Buicks and Pontiacs of the 50's, your post is by Alex Taylor #22730.1.1.1
Welcome Casey! by Randy Rusk #22730.2
Thank you!!! by Casey Ciuffetti #22730.2.1
Without doing ebay, it may be hard to sell them. You could find a ... by Karl Schnelle #22730.3
You may also want to try the auction on this site and its mentor may be able to help by Randall Olson #22730.3.1
Feel free to email me, Casey by John Kuvakas #22730.3.1.1
Thanks everyone!!! by Casey Ciuffetti #22730.
Motorheads Ford Thunderbird, as spoken of below in #22716. (pic) by David Holcombe #22729
I have this model and the detail is outstanding. I am impressed with all of the Motorhead models I by Bob Jackman #22729.1
Nice Bird. Think I'll look for one myself (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22729.2
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Monday by John Merritt #22728
Good one! This is one of my favorites. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22728.1
I would love to see this in resin... by Robert Jacobs #22728.2
One of my favorites too. by David Knight #22728.3
PICS - I always loved this one too John, here's mine with a bit of foil. by Steven Williams #22728.4
And one I did in green plus a later version + convertible PICS by John Roberts #22728.4.1
That tutone green is stunning John. (EOM) by Steven Williams #22728.4.1.1
Very nice Steve! (EOM) by John Roberts #22728.4.2
Meant this to go above my post...love the foiling on the grey car! (EOM) by John Roberts #22728.4.2.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PIC: Donated Corvette up for auction as a fundraiser #22727
Thunderbird 50th by Hallmark (pic) by David Holcombe #22726
David, Please email me at: robertjackmanatmsndotcom (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22726.1
David, Please email me at: robertjackmanatmsndotcom (EOM) by Bob Jackman #22726.2
I have that set too, David, but I never thought of them by Rick Thompson #22726.3
Got a couple of those Hallmark orniments and the wife faithfully puts them on the tree every year (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22726.3.1
Never knew about these. I have the complete set of cars and trucks from Hallmark except by Mark Sweeney #22726.4
I don't have every one, but instead have bought the cars by Rick Thompson #22726.4.1
Right! Here's mine, purchased just before Christmas of '91. (pic) by David Holcombe #22726.4.1.1
Pics / 1958 Pontiac Bonneville 2 dr HT by Conquest Models by Denis Auber #22725
The reverse of the DM color scheme. Gorgeous. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #22725.1
What a beautiful car, love the ciolors! (EOM) by Peter Tait #22725.2
Denis, your pictures are just as attractive as ever and I hope by Alex Taylor #22725.3
Ya know............Buz makes some beautiful cars and worth the cost (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22725.4
That's a real beauty! (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #22725.5
Can anyone give me the info on this transport? Would like to duplicate one. by Tom Ciryak #22724
The transporter is a ca. 1970 Opel Blitz, not sure about the racer... by Ralf Buyer #22724.1
Thanks Ralf. That was what I was looking for as I'm not familier by Tom Ciryak #22724.1.1
racer could be a Lola. (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #22724.2
Lola T70 Mk. 3 GT/Chevy (EOM) by John Kuliak #22724.3
It is indeed a Lola T70 Mk III B Thanks guys. Now if I can find an Opel by Tom Ciryak #22724.4
Team Bonnier Opel Blitz transporter by Fitzgerald Ireland #22724.4.1
All I could find in 1/43 was Starline or Bing, both vans. A bit of chopping would be required... (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #22724.5
Bonnier Transporter by Fitzgerald Ireland #22724.5.1
As close as I can see it is a 1972 Opel. I think almost any of them in and around by Tom Ciryak #22724.5.2
Pic. Brooklin 219 - 1954 Cadillac 60 Fleetwood by Jacques Roest #22723
Looks beautiful. That one is on my list. Great photos. (EOM) by John Merritt #22723.1
Hard to believe! Do you mean this model is produced by Alex Taylor #22723.1.1
Alex, Are you joking? This is all plated. Brooklin does not foil (EOM) by Jacques Roest #22723.1.1.1
Well, this makes the work look even greater. Hope they will release by Alex Taylor #22723.
Thanks, Jacques, for these great photos of the '54 Cadillac. by David Knight #22723.2
Congrats, Greg Gunn. by Joe Libricz #22723.2.1
Bingo! ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22723.2.1.1
I would love to see this model in silver with a maroon or black by Rick Thompson #22723.3
I hope Brooklin does not change the foldable package by Jacques Roest #22723.3.1
The packaging is going to be changed Jacques, but by Mike Coupe #22723.3.1.1
A happy Easter to all. (EOM) by Dick Browne #22722Moderator
To you and yours as well. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #22722.1
Yup, and I suppose it's time to post this old pic as well. by Harvey Goranson #22722.1.1
I expected another car in other colors, thinking of one special Chevy wagon - Happy Easter! ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #22722.1.1.1
Very cool photo. The Dodge looks great. (EOM) by John Merritt #22722.1.1.2
PICs - Occasional Dose of Diecast - Saturday by John Merritt #22721
Brooklin reaches perfection in its cars of the '30's. by David Knight #22721.1
Thank-you David, taking photos of these models is very easy... by John Merritt #22721.1.1
The '38 was mastered before the '37... by John Roberts #22721.1.1.1
Beautiful Imperial, John. I saw on the Brooklin's site by Michel Lemieux #22721.
1924 Campbell Bluebird 3D in Lounge (EOM) by John Rafert #22720
what s your most beautiful miniature built? by Michel Gouverneur #22720.1
PIC Difficult question, Michel - the most beautiful model is usually the one I don't have yet... by Ralf Buyer #22720.1.1
Lovely model Ralf. Much better bought as a built rather than a kit. by John Roberts #22720.1.1.1
Another Danbury Mint pewter project by John Quilter #22719
Looks good, John. Were you able to take the roof off? I'm about ready by David Holcombe #22719.1
When I got mine the hood, body and roof section by John Quilter #22719.1.1
Something for David & John by Bob Kleven #22719.1.2
Thanks, a lot there but a bit too much for me to take on. by John Quilter #22719.1.2.1
Good projects for someone with more energy than I have! Thanks for the thoughts, Bob. (EOM) by David Holcombe #22719.1.2.2
Danbury obviously borrowed their design from the Yesteryear Y14 model (pics). by Harvey Goranson #22719.1.3
There are more pictures of the Matchbox model on the internet by John Quilter #22719.1.3.1
Nicely done John.... by Peter Tait #22719.2
A Maxwell! Wonderful! I really enjoyed this one. (EOM) by Scott Brown #22719.3
Nicely done John (EOM) by jacques leroy #22719.4
Nice to see the Studebaker on Brooklin's Photo Diary by Rick Thompson #22718
What's Brooklin's web address now? I seem to have lost it. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #22718.1
http://www.brooklinmodels.co.uk/ And I just used it to look at this week's by David Holcombe #22718.1.1
1923 Campbell Sunbeam in the Lounge (EOM) by John Rafert #22717
Awesome work John! I saw the real one at Beaulieu in 1981. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #22717.1
Just had an email from American Excellence by John Roberts #22716
Yes, they've been discussed on F43 in the past. by Graeme Ogg #22716.1
They have made a few figures in 1:48 (I think), close enough to use for display (pic). by Harvey Goranson #22716.1.1
Well. whatever turns you on, Harvey. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #22716.1.1.1
I see what you mean Graeme. Not that I've perused the site in detail of course (EOM) by John Roberts #22716.1.2
I just ordered one of the T-Birds and will, eventually, post the results here. BTW, by David Holcombe #22716.1.2.1
One of my favorites- the Packard Balboa concept car (pic) by David Holcombe #22715
WOW! Very nice one David. I really like that one. (EOM) by John Merritt #22715.1
Me too! This is my favourite Packard era 1953/4 (EOM) by John Roberts #22715.1.1
I was at St.Johns Concours and saw this and talked to the owner. (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #22715.2
Look at what Ilario has coming. (PICS) by Harvey Goranson #22714
Yum! I am loving these early Rolls-Royces. My order is in! (EOM) by Scott Brown #22714.1
Love the car, hate Illarios pricing... (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #22714.2
I think Ilario is really at his peak. Brilliant models of great subjects. (EOM) by John Rafert #22714.3

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