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Just for fun. by Sergio Goldvarg #23809
It looks like a Ford company product.? (EOM) by Shel Platt #23809.1
Mystery Car by dennis Brown #23809.2
Agree (EOM) by Skip Johnson #23809.2.1
Oops, never mind. :-D (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #23809.3
Just for fun by Jack Dodds #23809.4
1966 Cadillacs modified and enhanced by John Quilter #23808
John Q. you amaze me great work. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23808.1
Could you show how you made those great side moldings? by Mark Lampariello #23808.2
These were made with chrome chart tape by John Quilter #23808.2.1
Beautiful job by Skip Johnson #23808.3
Beautiful job by Skip Johnson #23808.4
A converted convertible ? Pic. ;) by Jean Philippe Sergent #23808.5
Magnificant job! How did you do the Cadillac wreath by John Quilter #23808.5.1
Brooklin 1942 Oldsmobile B44 Station Wagon and by Mike Coupe #23807
David,I coud not find the Mercer, it sure doesn't look like a 1922. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23806Moderator
Sorry, Dick. My typing finger sometimes slips. Correction made & the second picture added. by David Holcombe #23806.1
At last I found the 1911 Mercer on page 14. I would not expect it this year. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23806.1.1Moderator
ESVAL MODELS has released TEN new models. by Dick Browne #23805Moderator
Thanks, Dick. Two really catch my eye! (PICs) by David Holcombe #23805.1
Pierce Arrows by Alan Dinsmore #23805.1.1
Would like the Pierce-Arrow and the Mercer, but by Joop Gisbers #23805.1.2
Joop, that is a very preliminary prototype model. (EOM) by Dick Browne #23805.1.2.1Moderator
David maybe your favorite dealers didn't get the memo or maybe you should find a new dealer. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23805.1.3
Maybe, but it seems from what Dick has found that the Mercer is perhaps by David Holcombe #23805.1.3.1
Do you know what happened to the orange VanVooren Hispano Suiza? by John Rafert #23805.2
John, look at the link in my posting. by Dick Browne #23805.2.1Moderator
My anti-virus application goes into spasms of warnings when I try to access Esval's site (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23805.3
1965 Mercury Park Lane prototype from Goldvarg. by Sergio Goldvarg #23804
A must have, great to see full size top of the line sixties cars (EOM) by Mark Millar #23804.1
Yep, great choice for a Sixties full-size beauty ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23804.2
I WANT! (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #23804.3
1965 Mercury Park Lane by Jack Dodds #23804.4
The Forgetten Decade starts to emerge! Good choice. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23804.4.1
Are there color choices yet? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23804.5
Well by Russ Rader #23804.6
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Tuesday by John Merritt #23803
Quiz: When did an Opel Kadette beat a Lancia Stratos? by Harvey Goranson #23802
The hunt is the fun in the search. At least for me it is. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23802.1
different wheels. -links by Karl Schnelle #23802.2
Re: the first two links, they show the Chromodora type wheels I referred to. by Harvey Goranson #23802.2.1
Danger, danger. Matrix new releases. by David Crowe #23801
Don't I know it - the Cord L-29 and Goering's 540K are high on my list. by Harvey Goranson #23801.1
That Cord is a dream. Looking forward to it. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23801.1.1
Yes, another Pegaso by Keko Romero #23801.2
That Pegaso looks like a Hot Wheel! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23801.2.1
Agree, that is one weird looking car. Maybe without the redwall tires....... (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23801.2.1.1
Yes, a Pegaso with red wall tires! I hope they make it with those wild tires. by David Crowe #23801.2.2
Pics: Here the Pegaso, I photographed in January in the Louwman Museum by Jacques Roest #23801.2.3
The Packard will be on my "get list." The others are nice to look at. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23801.3
And let's not forget the fabulous Voisin C28 Aerosport, "Hermes" (EOM) by kenneth Hodges #23801.4
also another Duesenberg, this time a JN from 1935 with by kenneth Hodges #23801.4.1
Concentating on 70s-90s i think has caused by Mark Lampariello #23801.5
Happy Birthday to Jacques Roest - Forum 1:43 contributor by Al Stack #23800
Happy Birthday, Jacques!! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23800.1
Have a good day! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23800.2
Happy Birthday ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23800.3
Happy Birthday Jacques (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23800.4
Happy Birthday Jacques! (EOM) by Dick Browne #23800.4.1Moderator
Dear Forum 43 members, thank you all for your good wishes (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23800.4.1.1
Happy belated birthday!! (EOM) by Mark Millar #23800.5
1/43 Cadillac Type 57. Part 18 (PICs) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #23799
Outstanding work ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23799.1
Thank you for this continuing saga. It's great! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23799.2
amazing ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #23799.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Sunday by John Merritt #23798
What a beauty, John. (EOM) by David Knight #23798.1
X2 (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23798.1.1
Great casting! There are 15 shown on hobbyDB -link by Karl Schnelle #23798.2
Durham Classics a topper , beside Brooklin models my favourite (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23798.3
Good one, John! I have several Durhams, and now you've shown me another that I will look for. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23798.4
Nice one ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23798.5
I just sent an email to Brooklin....ATTN Amanda. Do you think she will get it? I couldn't find her by Tom Ciryak #23797
It has worked for me! Amanda has given special effort to meet my requests several times over the by David Holcombe #23797.1
Every email to Brooklin goes via Amanda. She on/at the desk, accept on her holidays (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23797.2
Pics: Candidate for release by Greenlight: 2018 Jeep Wrangler in 1:43 by David Knight #23796
Pics. GLM 1941 Flower-Car in white. Near perfection ? by Jean Philippe Sergent #23795
I like the insignia /badges treatment, front and rear. Decals? (EOM) by David Holcombe #23795.1
Yes David, it looks like decals. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #23795.1.1
Wow, that does look GR8! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #23795.2
Very nice. Fantastic color. (EOM) by John Merritt #23795.3
S**U did me in again. This time on a car I was willing to bid much more than by Tom Ciryak #23794
Tom, he already had a sky-high bid. For instance: by Jacques Roest #23794.1
This I understand. I've done the same thing myself when bidding. BUT this by Tom Ciryak #23794.1.1
He was probably using a sniper tool. I used one once and won. by John Rafert #23794.2
...exactly right. Tom is getting clipped by bid-napper or spikers. Ebay is a game, not an auction. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #23794.2.1
Can someone explain how a bid napper or sniper works? by John Quilter #23794.2.1.1
sniper = 3rd party software that will time your bid to be placed... by Karl Schnelle #23794.
Same here. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23794.
That's kind of my philosophy myself. I bid early and if eventually get outbid I get an email. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23794.
Came here to say this^^. I don't bother unless it's Buy It Now anymore. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23794.2.2
I agree, but if I can use a sniper to get something, I’ll try. (EOM) by John Rafert #23794.2.2.1
There are many times that I do exactly that. All depends on how bad I want the item though (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23794.2.2.2
He is not messing with you, he just knows how to bid. There is... by Lloyd Mecca #23794.3
I find that hard to believe Llyod. Since 1999...you've NEVER been spiked? In the 20yrs I've been.... by Christopher Moroni #23794.3.1
Think I will try to find out how to be a private bidder. This way no one will know that I'm bidding (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23794.4
Only if it is a "private listing". (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #23794.4.1
Drat's! by Tom Ciryak #23794.4.1.1
Pics: Dinky Toys by Jacques Roest #23793
Jacques, great pictures, but embarrassed to say I don't know the kind of cars they are. I recognized by Mark Millar #23793.1
Mark, last week I posted in parts by Jacques Roest #23793.1.1
Thank you. I have not heard of a Panhard or Borgward, are they still in production? Again, it is by Mark Millar #23793.1.1.1
Panhard merged with Citroën and Borgward bankrobbed around the 60ies. It is now in production again by Jacques Roest #23793.
Here's the Panhard I drove with my daughter last October (Rally for the Lane). by Harvey Goranson #23793.
What was it like to drive, Harvey? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23793.
A 2cyl, rather underpowered (my MG experience came in handy). by Harvey Goranson #23793.
Sounds fantastic. It must have been a special day with your daughter. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23793.
It was - she is the car nut of the offspring. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23793.
Car and driver looks in good shape. (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23793.
Jacques......Are your backgrounds 3 dimensional or are they flat on backing? by Tom Ciryak #23793.2
Tom, the back grounds are flat. I focus on the model, so the back grounds are not sharp, they give by Jacques Roest #23793.2.1
Thank you Sir! That's what I have set up. My diorama is seven foot long by Tom Ciryak #23793.2.1.1
you have so many great OLD Dinkys! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23793.3
PIC Just recieved my newest aquisition for my Brooklin fil-ins It's the 1931 Marmon 16 Convert Sedan by Tom Ciryak #23792
Brooklin one of my favourite models (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23792.1
It is a beauty (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23792.1.1
A little mystery, 1:43 style (pic) by David Holcombe #23791
This should make a great model but be advised these early by John Quilter #23791.1
John, thanks. Over the years I have built American cars in such kits, by David Holcombe #23791.1.1
Yes, K & R have and amazing selection if you are into British sport cars (EOM) by John Quilter #23791.1.1.1
If anyone likes the old DINKY TOYS, I found a re-release by Don Anderson #23790
Hi Don got this one a few weeks ago. Number 2 is a Bedford Kodak van and ... by Chris Sweetman #23790.1
So that may be why this Triumph is missing taillights! (EOM) by Don Anderson #23790.1.1
Maz Wooley has been reviewing these Atlas editions in MAR for many months now. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23790.1.1.1
Yes, Atlas has been reproducing them for a while. -pic by Karl Schnelle #23790.2
They have but I am sure this is the first time these ….. by Chris Sweetman #23790.2.1
Test marketed about a year ago by Maz Woolley #23790.2.1.1
Thanks Maz, were these advertised as being 1:43rd scale too? (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23790.
Scales by Maz Woolley #23790.
Pics: For Jeep Wrangler lovers only. Otherwise this will be too much. by David Knight #23789
David I like Jeeps too, you must have a huge collection by Jacques Roest #23789.1
Jacques, I've sent you a message. (EOM) by David Knight #23789.1.1
David, I sent the pictures in Wetransfer (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23789.1.1.1
Got them, Jacques. Some really great Jeep vehicles! Thanks. by David Knight #23789.
Pics: Just three more pictures of this beauty. by David Knight #23789.1.2
Only two? - it's hard to lose track of these! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23789.1.2.1
GFCC Buick with enhancements by John Quilter #23788
Thanks for pics, John. I am still waiting for mine to leave China. by David Crowe #23788.1
Great photos and great enhancements, John! Thank you for posting this. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #23788.2
Just got word that the long awaited (at least for me) 1957 Ford Country Squire by Curtis Parisi #23787
The 1957 Ford Woody Wagon is also a model I have dreamed of by Alex Taylor #23787.1
Alex, yes it's officially planned and in process and will be in Colonial White, Black, Inca Gold and by Curtis Parisi #23787.1.1
Curtis, I'm certainly happy to discover the 1957 Ford Woody by Alex Taylor #23787.1.1.1
PIC--Starmist blue was a light blue in '57. Theirs looks more like Dresden Blue.... by Frank Racibozynski #23787.1.1.2
Yes, I can see your point:Starmist Blue is a pale blue, but the by Alex Taylor #23787.
Yes, looking at the blue car in the photo, it's certainly not Starmist Blue. It by Curtis Parisi #23787.
Country Squires were the bane of my existence. by Richard Nosker #23787.2
I can relate. But I bet your folks ended up more financially solvent by John Quilter #23787.2.1
Very true. (EOM) by Richard Nosker #23787.2.1.1
Pic of choices (PIC) by Randy Rusk #23787.3
Nice to see photos but that is some bad wood graining on the framing! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23787.3.1
The wood graining looks mottled. Surely that can be better. (EOM) by Joe Libricz #23787.3.1.1
Lets hope so... (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23787.
Countryside Pizza Dinner--Saturday March 17--The following are coming. To add your name please...... by Frank Racibozynski #23786
Frank,Dale and I are doing a show on Saturday but----- by Gregory Gunn #23786.1
Greg, OK. We'll connect by cell or text that Saturday to see how it's going. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23786.1.1
March 17th by Al Stack #23786.2
Al, you're on. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23786.2.1
My brother and I will be eating off the menu kind of like Buz does (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23786.3
Au Contraire. Buz is partaking in the group order. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23786.3.1
I'll be darned! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23786.3.1.1
I recommend using the plates to eat off however. by Don Anderson #23786.4
Don - I may have asked before, but what part of TN? I am in Oak Ridge. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23786.4.1
Hi Harv we are old friends! I am now in Jonesborough, by Don Anderson #23786.4.1.1
For map placement, contact John Kuvakas. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23786.
I just added you, Don. Thanks! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23786.
No, I thank YOU. I couldn't find a way to contact you or I would've. (EOM) by Don Anderson #23786.
FYI--The group includes pizza, pop, tip, and taxes. It's estimated at $20, but we're usually less. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23786.5
I'll be there - thanks again Frank! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23786.6
Countryside Announcement--Attached is an announcement posted by Buz Kirkel on his store's web site.. by Frank Racibozynski #23785
WOW! It's "National" now...LOL! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #23785.1
MORGAN PLUS 8 by Auto Replicas (pics) by David Holcombe #23784
Looks Great !! (EOM) by Ken Smith #23784.1
David, again a great job. I believe your production is one kit/week? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23784.2
David, again a great job. I believe your production is one kit/week? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23784.3
Just about that. Good thing that winter is almost over, because I'm almost out of kits! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23784.3.1
Love it - great color choice. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23784.4
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 7 by Jacques Roest #23783
Jacques, thank you for this series. It brings back memories of my brother's Dinky by David Holcombe #23783.1
Tres Bien - some real oldies!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23783.2
Steve Jacobs please email me modelcars43atgmail.com (EOM) by Shel Platt #23782
Got it Sir! Thank-you (EOM) by Steve Jacobs #23782.1
PICS; Esval at Nuremberg by John Kuvakas #23781
Thanks for posting, John. Did you visit Neurenberg? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23781.1
Any word on when some of these gems may become available? (EOM) by Richard Nosker #23781.2
I would love to have attended Nuremberg but did not. by John Kuvakas #23781.2.1
The Benzs came out in 2013 and they are still being offered? Doesn't bode well.... (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23781.2.1.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Wednesday by John Merritt #23780
The coral color is hard to photograph accurately - here's my attempt. by Harvey Goranson #23780.1
IMO you got it perfectly. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23780.1.1
1965 Ford F-100 new pictures by Sergio Goldvarg #23779
Looks like an impressive model Sergio. I am adding this one to my list as well. by John Merritt #23779.1
An impressive model Sergio - I am certainly tempted to add at least one to my collection. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23779.2
Tough choice for me to make. Red or blue? Maybe both? Will Legacy be carrying them? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23779.3
They are available for Pre-order on Legacy right now. (EOM) by John Merritt #23779.3.1
Did my due diligence. Ordered the blue (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23779.3.1.1
Pics: 1996-97 Mercedes E Klasse S210, W210 by David Knight #23778
Thanks David and just to add these models were made in China using ... by Chris Sweetman #23778.1
Interesting, Chris. I wonder if zinc alloy is what is used in most die casts. (EOM) by David Knight #23778.1.1
Used in all die-casts David. Usually referred to as ZAMAK or MAZAK …... by Chris Sweetman #23778.1.1.1
Zamak = zinc aluminium, magnesium, and copper (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23778.
and MAZAK = magnesium, aluminium, zinc and copper. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23778.
PIC....Been shopping for more Ferrari items and today I recieved by Tom Ciryak #23777
Very cool. (EOM) by John Merritt #23777.1
Old Cars? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23777.2
My frustrated opinion on Matrix' new subjects: by Mark Lampariello #23776
Different strokes... by Randy Rusk #23776.1
Both of you are correct in voicing your opinion and wishes by Don Anderson #23776.1.1
And if they want a well known subject to sell, take a little time to make the rendering accurate. by Mark Lampariello #23776.1.1.1
1953 ford Country Squire by Jack Dodds #23776.
What about the 1962 Ford? by Jack Dodds #23776.
Guys, it seems we are all individuals with different tastes. by Don Anderson #23776.
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 6 by Jacques Roest #23775
You have a large collection of Dinkys. Are they truely 1:43 scale? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23775.1
I think so, Tom. Dinky started in the O scale of the Hornby trains. by Jacques Roest #23775.1.1
Maybe I'm wrong but isn't O scale closer to 1:48? I have many O scale by Tom Ciryak #23775.1.1.1
Tom, British O scale is 1:43rd & American O scale is 1:48th. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23775.
Thanks for the clarification (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23775.
You are welcome Tom. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23775.
Jacques, O scale was the creation of model railway modeller Henry Greenly ... by Chris Sweetman #23775.1.1.2
Dinky Toys, France likely to be 1:43rd scale post 1960 but British ….. by Chris Sweetman #23775.1.2
Chris thanks again. Much to consider when looking for older releases by Tom Ciryak #23775.1.2.1
Tom, like yourself I like everything in a series to be the same scale but ... by Chris Sweetman #23775.
Chris, thanks for this clear explanation (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23775.1.2.2
My pleasure Jacques. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23775.
A little more to Chris's excellent reply. by Harvey Goranson #23775.1.2.3
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 5 by Jacques Roest #23774
Wonderful toy cars Jacques and really like the backdrops you use. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23774.1
Red Alfas - yeah!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23774.2
Newest Autocult releases by Randy Rusk #23773
I like all 3 of these. Especially the Mercedes (show car?). (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23773.1
Autocult always has interesting subjects. Who in the USA carries them? (EOM) by Don Anderson #23773.1.1
Good question, Don. Legacy lists a few from 2015. Who carries these new ones? (EOM) by David Holcombe #23773.1.1.1
yesterday I received the Covington Shark (pic) by Joop Gisbers #23773.2
1 out of 3 OK. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #23773.3
Great thing about our hobby by Randy Rusk #23773.4
And if you get to Bob Hooper at Dominion in time, by Don Anderson #23773.4.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Tuesday by John Merritt #23772
Nice colors. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23772.1
Pics: Brooklin's '55 Chrysler wagon in Canyon Tan and Desert Sand. by David Knight #23772.2
That is a nice color combination too. (EOM) by John Merritt #23772.2.1
Upcoming Grandes Autos Memorables en Mexico releases including 1978 Chrysler LeBaron woodie wagon by Jay Golan #23771
The LeBaron looks interesting, however I don't recall the by Ken Spear #23771.1
Stinky practice. Definetl check in a month or two and see if it's relisted (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23770
PICS. A new one from Matrix by Mike Coupe #23769
Here's what I found on the 1:1. Please forgive me for not re-writing this information. by David Holcombe #23769.1
No forgiveness required David. by Mike Coupe #23769.1.1
Red Light by Stanton Lyman #23769.2
PIC Maybe the owner had a honorary office like Capt. George Whittell... by Ralf Buyer #23769.2.1
The spotlight/siren Duesenberg -more (pic) by David Holcombe #23769.2.1.1
PICs You are right, David - this is a built PM kit... by Ralf Buyer #23769.
Looks great, Ralf. I just did a little checking on our Duesenberg's owner, George Whittell. by David Holcombe #23769.
What we need is a model of that yacht !! (EOM) by Ken Smith #23769.
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 4 by Jacques Roest #23768
Those Simcas are fantastique! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23768.1
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 3 by Jacques Roest #23767
Those wheels are tough for me to get around (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23767.1
Those were cutting edge wheels for 1950! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23767.1.1
Latest GFCC by Maz Woolley #23766
GFCC I thought this was a new company release? (EOM) by Shel Platt #23766.1
GFCC Toys are on third US Car by Maz Woolley #23766.1.1
Thanks Maz. (EOM) by Shel Platt #23766.1.1.1
I received three of these in all of the various color combinations, and I'm actually very impressed. by Brian Laurance #23766.2
Can you comment on how these compare to the Danbury Mint 1/24 scale car? by David Crowe #23766.2.1
Chinese New Year by Maz Woolley #23766.2.1.1
I agree that the " Chrysler" mixup on the trunk could be an indication of by Ken Spear #23766.2.1.2
Brian - do all three Buicks say 'Chrysler' on the back as Maz observed in MAR? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23766.2.2
Never noticed, but yes you're right at least on my blue/white one (EOM) by John Quilter #23766.2.2.1
Wierd by Maz Woolley #23766.
I like it but would like to have more accurate wheel covers by John Quilter #23766.
John; Once you have treated your Buick to Molotow chrome and BMF by Ken Spear #23766.
You guys are right about the tiny "CHRYSLER" lettering on the rear deck lid, by Brian Laurance #23766.2.3
A gap in any collection needs to be filled. How profound. (EOM) by Don Anderson #23766.2.3.1
Over the past few months I swear there is a buyer on eBay that just loves to bid against me. AND win by Tom Ciryak #23765
You need to bid more. Get some strategies for winning - it can be done. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #23765.1
Sometimes. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23765.1.1
I bid plenty. But I do have a max. Been at this for many years. Just recently the same name keeps by Tom Ciryak #23765.1.2
Foreign bidders have the advantage of weaker $US. Same problem a few years ago with MOCs. Who is it? (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23765.1.2.1
All I have is [s**u] Could be anyone and anywhere (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23765.
Maybe he just admires your taste, Tom ;) (EOM) by John Kuvakas #23765.
LOL...... I don't even know my own taste. At least some times. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23765.
Often, this is a partner of the seller. He/She is bidding to lift the price. by Jacques Roest #23765.2
A lot of that is happening by Maz Woolley #23765.2.1
This often happens in 1:1 car auctions. Using xbay sellers' and bidders' histories helps to spot it. by Frank Racibozynski #23765.2.1.1
Don't feel too bad, I bid on 5 items on the Vectis auction by John Quilter #23765.3
You are being outbid. Plain and simple. Some have spending limits (I sure do), others do not. (EOM) by David Crowe #23765.4
Yes I am being outbid. My problem is that what I am bidding on by Tom Ciryak #23765.4.1
Next Bantam from Inver Models? by Randy Rusk #23764
He has made an American Austin Roadster. by Dick Browne #23764.1Moderator
Pictures of the two 1:1 size (pic) by David Holcombe #23764.1.1
Pics: here my Americana or Mikansue by Jacques Roest #23764.1.1.1
The license looks like it was lifted from the Vitesse 1950 Cadillac (No. 280)! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23764.
Good looking job, Jacques. Congratulations! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23764.
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 2 by Jacques Roest #23763
Cool, and it like your backdrop too. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23763.1
Milena Rose? by Maz Woolley #23763.1.1
Maz, do you know his seller name? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23763.1.1.1
Those French Dinkys, Jacques, bring back such good memories. by David Knight #23763.2
I've always thought the French Dinkies were a cut above the ones from Liverpool (PICS). by Harvey Goranson #23763.3
I think so too . The French Dinkies were more accurate. Although the English ones from around 1955 by Jacques Roest #23763.3.1
One of my favorite Dinkys - the Carabo! by Karl Schnelle #23763.4
Nice model. Was not this one made in Spain by Pilen for Dinky France? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23763.4.1
I think so. But more common was the version made by Solido. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23763.4.1.1
Solido is nice too - pic by Karl Schnelle #23763.
Might have been, but it never appeared as a Pilen like their other Dinkys. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23763.4.1.2
Pics: Dinky Toys France part 1 by Jacques Roest #23762
They may have been a bit rough in casting by David Knight #23762.1
Love those old Dinkys! -Dinky photo by Karl Schnelle #23762.2
Did they come out of the same mold, but with a different baseplate? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23762.2.1
I think I read somewhere they shared the moulds. They do look identical. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23762.2.1.1
Pics. Latest GLM's 1956 Cadillac series 62 convertible. Wow ! by Jean Philippe Sergent #23761
The detail is incredible. Very nice. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23761.1
This is the improvement, you cannot compare,I mean on my post of the Dinkies of 60 years ago (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23761.1.1
The exhaust gp through the rear bumper on the 62 series by Bob Jackman #23761.2
Yes Bob, by Jean Philippe Sergent #23761.2.1
Looks like it has "quad" exhaust. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #23761.2.2
Latest GLM 56 Cadillac by Jack Dodds #23761.2.2.1
I think all Cadillacs from '55-'58 had exhaust extending through bumper vents. by Mark Lampariello #23761.2.3
Hello Mark, by Jean Philippe Sergent #23761.2.3.1
The overall shape of the model looks excellent as does by Bob Jackman #23761.3
PICS. This one's a bit late. by Mike Coupe #23760
Thank you Mike for the beautiful photos comparisons between the BML and the BRK by Michel Lemieux #23760.1
Great looking Ford wagon with some fine upgrades ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23760.2
(Pics) Someone know if the BML 23 1948 Ford V8 Woodie station wagon by Michel Lemieux #23759
Very tasty. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #23759.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Sunday by John Merritt #23758
One of my favourites. Very good picture (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23758.1
Pics: Subaru small cars by Jacques Roest #23757
Cute! I really like the first two. (EOM) by John Merritt #23757.1
Pics: Your Subaru dealership makes a great backdrop for your nice range of small Subarus. by David Knight #23757.2
Good story, David . And a nice collection of the 360! (EOM) by Jacques Roest #23757.2.1
Pics: And here is the current Subaru Forester (2014- 2018) by David Knight #23757.2.1.1
I have a forester model by "WIT" which I never heard of. Accurate effort. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23757.
Mark, the Foresters by Wit's look nice. They are resin models. by David Knight #23757.
Pics: As a Subaru household I'd love to see more Subarus in 1:43 by David Knight #23757.
Just drove our new 2018 Outback to Florida and back - what a great car. by Harvey Goranson #23757.
Bet it was a great trip in that Outback. Another great candidate for Premium X. (EOM) by David Knight #23757.
The Wit i bought is a RHD silver STi. Waited for a the silver color, albeit not standard Forester (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23757.
1965 Ford F-100. by Sergio Goldvarg #23756
What a beauty! Might convince me to acquire a resin model. (EOM) by David Knight #23756.1
That pickup will make a nice street rod. I like it. (EOM) by Randy Bahler #23756.2
I can't wait to add this to my pickup collection. I prefer by Ken Spear #23756.3
Looks great. (EOM) by John Merritt #23756.4
Have to order this one myself. Will Legacy be carrying it? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23756.5
Pic: 1955 Dodge Lancer (lady) from Tron by Jacques Roest #23755
Nice colour combination. Kelsey Hayes wheels would be by Ken Spear #23755.1
Nice! I hope to find this kit some time. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23755.2
Very nice. (EOM) by John Merritt #23755.3
Pic: 2005 Dodge Durango from Spark by Jacques Roest #23754
Connecticut, I guess! -pic by Karl Schnelle #23754.1
Great SUV. Drove mine for 11 years (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #23754.2
Pics: 1950 Buick Solido transkits Provence Moulage by Jacques Roest #23753
These Buick transkits look nice, but they would look even nicer by Alex Taylor #23753.1
PIC--Kit making Rule #5--The builders have the right to chose whatever color they want. Besides, by Frank Racibozynski #23753.1.1
Thanks, Jacques. I have built a few of the PM kits and like them. Looking good! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23753.2
Not bad, I have always liked the '50 Buick. (EOM) by John Merritt #23753.3
Pics: Greenlight's current Jeep Wrangler needs an update with 2018 models by David Knight #23752
I hope so too! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23752.1
Saw David H's Crosley (very cool) and googled it - did you know the archive is back?... by Karl Schnelle #23751
Thanks for the update Karl. (EOM) by Ken Spear #23751.1
A dream car for 1:43- the 1941 Packard Clipper by Darrin (pic) by David Holcombe #23750
Link: Packard Darrin Convertible and Coupé Parisienne by Western Models by Ralf Buyer #23750.1
Thanks, Ralf. I'm going to spend some time with this site. (EOM) by David Holcombe #23750.1.1
Truly, correct... by Robert Jacobs #23750.2
Further to post #23671 re: MOC '49 Packard by Harvey Goranson #23749
Cruise sounds great, Harvey. We had to pass this year for various by David Holcombe #23749.1
I snagged this '49 awhile ago in Egyptian Sand Poly. I think it's a beautiful color. I would by Curtis Parisi #23749.2
Excellent photography Curtis. To me it makes the model look better than in person. Although mine was by Frank Racibozynski #23749.2.1
Very nice, maybe someday I’ll find one I can afford (EOM) by John Merritt #23749.2.2
That is gorgeous, I love the color! (EOM) by John Merritt #23749.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Saturday by John Merritt #23748
Pic: One of my favorites, John. by David Knight #23748.1
Double post deleted (EOM) by David Knight #23748.2
I have the 1971 from TSM. Agree this makes a great model. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #23748.3
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #23747
Good looking cars! And so are the models!! (EOM) by David Holcombe #23747.1
Very nice pair Keko! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #23747.2
More Pegaso! Yeah!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23747.3
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Thursday (Bonus) by John Merritt #23746
Looks excellent ! A fine model of this heavily face lifted by Mike DeTorrice #23746.1
PICs - Daily Dose of Diecast...Thursday by John Merritt #23745
A fine Hawk! I wonder just how many 1:43 Hawk varieties have been made. Several? by David Holcombe #23745.1
Here's how many Hawks I have. (PICS) by Harvey Goranson #23745.1.1
I love all those Hawks! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #23745.2
Nice model John. I really like the color combination. My by Bob Jackman #23745.3
Sounds good, Bob. Nice colors! Right now I'm leaning by David Holcombe #23745.3.1
Me too. It looks a little different in hand. Beautifully subtle. (EOM) by John Merritt #23745.3.2
In person the finish on those Conquest Golden Hawks looks like cloisonne jewelry. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #23745.4
1953 Ford country Squire rear detail. by Sergio Goldvarg #23744
I may have to get this for the license plate alone! (EOM) by Paul Rouffa #23744.1
PICS. Another new one from Brooklin plus the complete Olds Wagon by Mike Coupe #23743
Great to see another woodie, can't get enough! Everything looks by Curtis Parisi #23743.1
(PIC) Agreement on all points, Curtis. But I have grown accustomed to that face ;-)... by Ralf Buyer #23743.1.1
Thanks for the pictures, Mike, but I think the top on the Buick is up, not down (wink!). (EOM) by Rick Thompson #23743.2
Congratulations Rick. by Mike Coupe #23743.2.1
I am well-acquainted with the symptoms, Mike! Seriously, thanks for posting the pics. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #23743.2.1.1
Saving up for the Buick. One of the best convertible tops in 1:43 IMO. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #23743.2.1.2
Love that Oldsmobile woody. I may march to a different drummer by David Knight #23743.3
I'll march along with you. I like the way it looks as well. by John Merritt #23743.3.1
Pics: And then there's the best of both worlds by David Knight #23743.3.1.1
(Pics) Some more in elegant simplicity... by Ralf Buyer #23743.3.2
And some not. (pic) by David Holcombe #23743.3.2.1
Yes, but that one needs whitewalls! Nice detailing. David. (EOM) by David Knight #23743.
Very nice. (EOM) by John Merritt #23743.3.2.2
Those are beautiful wagons, Ralf. Thanks for sharing them. (EOM) by David Knight #23743.3.2.3
Blackwalls on woodies especially on prewar woodies, love em! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23743.3.2.4
1953 Ford Country Squire by Sergio Goldvarg #23742
Very nice detail with the added blind nuts. Looks terrific! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #23742.1
Sergio It looks like she is ready for the road. by Shel Platt #23742.2
New Olds and Ford: wheee! Good time to be a woody fan. (EOM) by Scott Brown #23742.3
Online photos of the 1:1 seem to show darker, browner "wood" panels. by Harvey Goranson #23742.4
A great looking Ford wagon ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #23742.5
Suggestion for Sergio. Don't forget Cadillacs. So many never made... by Jean Philippe Sergent #23741
Those year Cadillacs! Don't forget the '68-69 Coupe DeVille, or the classy 61-62 6-window sedans. by Mark Lampariello #23741.1
Agree Mark, by Jean Philippe Sergent #23741.1.1
Right! Showroom stock, Not a one-off, nor a curiosity by Mark Lampariello #23741.1.1.1

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