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Why are resin models more expensive than Zamak? by Randall Olson #24661
Randall, production numbers - Zamak more costly to begin with but …. by Chris Sweetman #24661.1
PICS 1956 Mercury Station Wagon, first mockup, with lots of things still to work. by Sergio Goldvarg #24660
Looks like a great early attempt! Here's a 1:1 that I found. (pic) by David Holcombe #24660.1
Awesome color combo! Sergio, please take note!! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24660.1.1
Yes, this would be PERFECT for the wagon. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24660.1.1.1
+1 Absolutely agree. I think Conquest used the other color on their 55 Merc woody wagon??? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24660.
...actually both suggested colors are done by Conquest, for their '55 by Jack Dodds #24660.
I think Conquest's is a '56 (EOM) by Randall Olson #24660.
Yes, you are right......I stand corrected. In that case, perhaps all the more reason by Jack Dodds #24660.
Dear John Kuvakas, the color choices are by Sergio Goldvarg #24660.1.2
Awesome! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24660.1.2.1
Keep 'em coming! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24660.2
Yes, keep them coming even though you will bankrupt me. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24660.2.1
Put a "sold" sign on this one for me!!! Great choice. IMO the 56 by Jack Dodds #24660.3
Time for a new paint job! (pic) by David Holcombe #24659
David, When I was in high school I hung around a foreign car by Don Anderson #24659.1
Sounds like a project in the making???? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24659.1.1
David, the usual colours were silver-grey, light blue-grey and black.. by John Roberts #24659.2
Dull Colours ruled by Marius Woolley #24659.3
Thank you, gentlemen. So it will be a single color, tending to grey or by David Holcombe #24659.3.1
PICs: Brooklin Diaries Sep 24 by John Kuvakas #24658
I must get this off my chest.........(pics) by Joop Gisbers #24658.1
Like the '48 Packard limo? That's not seen every Saturday at Walmart! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24658.1.1
PICS 1970 Ford Galaxie 2nd Prototype, still needs improvements. by Sergio Goldvarg #24657
Nice. Don't see much room for improvement, but don't let that stop you! by Graeme Ogg #24657.1
Wow! Interesting nonetheless, Graeme. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24657.1.1
I can really see the similarities. Good observation. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24657.1.2
PICs from my collection (inspired by John but not comparable in technique). by David Holcombe #24656
Nice pictures. Where did you get the figurines? (EOM) by Gianluigi Cappi #24656.1
I enjoy adding the "little people" to my cars. There are several companies making such by David Holcombe #24656.1.1
LOL! True in 1:1 figures as well! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24656.1.1.1
How right you are John. LOL. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24656.
PICs - From My Collection - Sunday by John Merritt #24655
Fine pictures of a special model. Thanks, John. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24655.1
Pics: I love the1936 Buicks. It’s the first family car I remember. by David Knight #24655.2
And remember budget priced '36 Buick sedan by White Rose/IXO (EOM) by John Quilter #24655.2.1
1961 Catalina, 1962 Electra, 1964 Grand Prix. 1963 _______ . (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24654
63 Catalina 2drht and/or Grand Prix....love them both. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24654.1
I sense a badly needed Cadillac Fleetwood or 60 Special is on the way. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24654.1.1
'63 Riviera (EOM) by Randy Portwood #24654.2
I wish this had been the GP. Love the 1964 too, though. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #24654.3
The 63 GP is my favorite year by far....beautiful lines. Dark turquoise poly. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24654.3.1
Buick Wildcat or Olds Starfire (EOM) by Mark Millar #24654.4
There are several Yorktown Blue1964 Pontiac Grand Prix currently for sale. Elegant. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24653
Mark, thanks. Such a light, tasteful design. Looks great 54 years later! (EOM) by Randall Olson #24653.1
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix colors. by Sergio Goldvarg #24652
Sergio, I hope you mean Sunfire Red? Still it's a great choice.. (EOM) by Don Anderson #24652.1
LOL, yeah, I hope so. Decisions, decisions..... (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24652.1.1
Mistake: I assume the first is Sunfire Red. The first by Alex Taylor #24652.2
Sorry guys, yes Sunfire Red! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #24652.3
PICS: Here are the colors by John Kuvakas #24652.4
Oh my, I may just have to order one of each - too hard to choose just one. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24652.4.1
can t wait to own them (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24652.4.2
Couldn't be better -- Sunfire red, parchment interior, with burgundy dash and carpet. Preorder?? by Mark Lampariello #24652.5
PIC; Here you go. Thanks for the link, Mark by John Kuvakas #24652.5.1
I saw an ad for a 1921 Pierce Arrow by Esval (cropped PIC), but by David Holcombe #24651
Evidently not. Its been, what two years since we saw the lovely by Randall Olson #24651.1
Ooops I found more of these and I have a plea. by Don Anderson #24650
Oops. by David Holcombe #24650.1
Don, we have very similar interests! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #24650.2
Randy maybe we should help each other find these then by Don Anderson #24650.3
Pics: My new Nissan Rogue ready for trip to Martha’s Vineyard by David Knight #24649
Political bumper sticker? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24649.1
PICS. BRK Pontiac Safari Part 2 by Mike Coupe #24648
Wow. I can't believe how much Brooklin has stepped up their game with detail. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24648.1
Thanks Mike and Amanda for the pictures. Should be a winner for Brooklin. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24648.2
+1 Very nice model. Proportions are better than Conquest (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24648.2.1
Impressive. 3-Dimensional script and clear headlight lenses. Brooklin 3.0! (EOM) by Randall Olson #24648.3
Just curious - what was the notch for on the real car just aft of the B-pillar? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24648.4
I don't think it was "for" anything, Harvey. by Graeme Ogg #24648.4.1
I think you're right, Graeme. The lines are identical. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24648.4.1.1
Safari by Fred Lewis #24648.4.1.2
Pics: Oddly enough, Fred, all the other wagons had the straight line. by David Knight #24648.
PIC - Fred, nice to see you posting on the Forum. Love your work (see link)! by Randall Olson #24648.
Incredible. (EOM) by David Knight #24648.5
Pics: More Ford Transit Vans, this time in Metallic Ingot Silver by David Knight #24647
Great job, Greenlight! More accurate than some models at 5x the price (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24647.1
I think they are cool. I need to add a couple to my fleet. (EOM) by John Merritt #24647.2
Pic: And here is what a passenger wagon version might look like. by David Knight #24647.3
Very cool vans! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24647.4
Brooklin 1947 Cadillac Series 75 by Alan Dinsmore #24646
BML27 has been available for quite a while now Alan. by Mike Coupe #24646.1
UK Cadillac by Alan Dinsmore #24646.1.1
Here's an inexpensive way to display a few models and keep by Don Anderson #24645
they sure look great, Don... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #24645.1
I was getting bored with the plain black floors on each level so by Don Anderson #24645.1.1
Looks like an auto show or Concours exhibit (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24645.1.2
That's where I was going Mark. To the glamour days of the by Don Anderson #24645.1.2.1
How about a few scale velvet ropes? Wouldn’t want kids near the cars. (EOM) by David Crowe #24645.
And some 1:43 actress/models in sequinned evening wear to deliver the spiel. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24645.
Like seeing all those concept and show cars! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #24645.2
I have Firebird #2 in back... where did you find the other two?? Great Diorama (EOM) by William McElfresh #24645.3
I've had the Firebird I for a while and also have a pearl white by Don Anderson #24645.3.1
Newest releases from Autocult by Randy Rusk #24644
They really dig deep into obscurity to find some of their subjects. (EOM) by David Crowe #24644.1
Some manufacturers must think showroom stock road cars are beneath them (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24644.1.1
Or perhaps having no need to pay for copyright permission? (EOM) by David Holcombe #24644.1.1.1
That's probably it. Licensing can be tedious and very expensive. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24644.
Licensing generally runs about $7 per model. by Dick Browne #24644.
I'll bet you hit the nail on the head. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24644.
Or maybe they think the rich history of the automobile by John Kuliak #24644.1.1.2
Yes, I own their 1903 Panhard-Levasser. Superb rendition. Goes well with my Neo 1907 RR Silver Ghost (EOM) by Greg Johnston #24644.
Is there an American dealer for Autocult? (EOM) by Dick Browne #24644.2Moderator
Check your phone Dick - just texted. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24644.2.1
Thanks Harv, I just replied. I am going through the distributor. by Dick Browne #24644.2.1.1Moderator
Does anyone have a front bumper/grille assembly for '50 Caddy by Elegance? (EOM) by Albert Kopans #24643
Albert...if you find one, it will not fit exactly. You will need... by Lloyd Mecca #24643.1
Thanks, Lloyd. I didn't think about it. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #24643.1.1
THANK YOU! by Sergio Goldvarg #24642
Sergio, when will you announce the colors? (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24642.1
I hope other companies are noting the excitement over these 60s subjects! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24642.2
Yes, lots of pent up demand. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24642.2.1
Dear Mark Sweeney, next week for sure. Best regards! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #24642.3
PICs - From My Collection - Wednesday by John Merritt #24641
Mine is silver-green. Accurate colors, and amazing interior detail. by Mark Lampariello #24641.1
PICs - From My Collection - Tuesday by John Merritt #24640
Nice ones.I have the dark green with black vinyl roof. (EOM) by Ken Spear #24640.1
I had forgotten all three colors. I hope I got them all at the time. (EOM) by David Crowe #24640.2
Gorgeous replicas. Neo did a splendid job capturing the "fuselage design" by Randall Olson #24640.3
I have the maroon version but like the other 2 also. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24640.4
I have the green as well. Odd color, but it's exactly right, as is the detailing.. by Mark Lampariello #24640.5
Beautiful fuselage-styled Chryslers ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24640.6
PICs: Brooklin Diaries Sep 17 by John Kuvakas #24639
Again, thank you, John. You make the reading of BRK's news sheet most convenient. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24639.1
Brooklin Diaries by Alan Dinsmore #24639.2
Excellent! (EOM) by John Merritt #24639.3
Thanks, folks. I thought the Roadmaster was looking good! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24639.4
Thanks for posting - always quite interesting. (EOM) by Ken Smith #24639.4.1
I have the Roadmaster and like it a lot. (EOM) by John Merritt #24639.4.2
Model car dreamboats and a real dreamboat under construction ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24639.5
Anyone have a FM 1950 Nash 1:43 they'd like to sell? by Barry Levittan #24638
Barry is your email blocked? (EOM) by Bob Kleven #24638.1
No - that fourth letter is an "L", maybe you took it as an "I"? Thanks (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24638.1.1
Email went OK. Waiting for reply. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #24638.1.1.1
Whatever happened to GLM? by Joe Libricz #24637
And Kess, and Esval, and... (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24637.1
GLM's 1947 Cadillac limo and 1958 Eldorado should be available in 2-3 weeks now. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24637.2
The Eldo in light green poly looks very nice. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24637.2.1
Oh yes ! but I really hope GLM will correct the fins that are wrong on this prototype. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24637.2.1.1
PICS - 1953 Ford: Goldvarg, Collectors Classics, Brooklin comparison by Randall Olson #24636
Thanks Randall, The CC is really value for money. You still can buy them on the net for reasonable by Jacques Roest #24636.1
Hi, Jaques. My measurements will be too imprecise but Goldvarg and Brooklin are identical by Randall Olson #24636.1.1
Randall, perhaps I missed it but which replica is ACTUALLY in scale? (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24636.2
Not the CC. I will see if I can get you measurements. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24636.2.1
Hard to measure these without finer instruments than a ruler, however Goldvatg by Randall Olson #24636.2.1.1
Goldvarg Ford by Fred Lewis #24636.3
That might be the 2019 Brooklin Collectors Club model, I HOPE (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24636.3.1
That would be great to see. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24636.3.1.1
1964 Pontiac Grand Prix colors by Sergio Goldvarg #24635
Marimba Red w black int, Gulfstream Aqua w white int (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24635.1
+1 Agree. Sunfire red poly (metallic coral) is very nice on this car too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24635.1.1
+2. (EOM) by Brian Cox #24635.1.2
Two good choices. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24635.1.3
Here are the '64 Pontiac color chips along with listed interior colors. by Curtis Parisi #24635.2
Pinehurst green poly is a light metallic green...very nice also. The by Jack Dodds #24635.2.1
The colors are truer from The Old Car Manual Project --- see link below: by Mark Lampariello #24635.2.2
I would question an ink chip being truer than an actual paint chip from one of the original paint by Curtis Parisi #24635.2.2.1
Not sure if this will be popular with my colleagues...I would display my GP model(s) by Randall Olson #24635.3
Interesting point. I display my models by model year; never really by Jack Dodds #24635.3.1
Jack, I bet folks have all sorts of different criteria. I used to display them by make with years by Randall Olson #24635.3.1.1
Yes, that's right...various makes placed by year. The by Jack Dodds #24635.
PIC: here's how I display mine by John Kuvakas #24635.
John, Word has it that you keep these in the closet except once a year when you by Bob Jackman #24635.
This is great for Sergio to come ask the choir what hymns by Don Anderson #24635.
I left them in the closet and that's how we ended up with a family! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24635.
I'm pleasantly surprised those weren't your suggestted GP colors. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24635.
Singapore Gold Poly with Parchment interior (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24635.4
+++1! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24635.4.1
Marimba red and Yorktown blue. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24635.5
PICs: To my eye, Marimba Red and Nocturne Blue are the two most classic. by John Kuvakas #24635.6
+1 Excellent choices. Anyone know the pre-order procedure on Sergio's website? (EOM) by Allan Ording #24635.6.1
Yessir! I agree---those are the colors! Gorgeous. White interior in one, gray in the other. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #24635.6.2
But are two dark colors a wise choice? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24635.6.3
Good point. I think that some cars, like this one, look best in dark colors by Rick Thompson #24635.6.3.1
Good point...perhaps Aquamarine poly with white interior then? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24635.
...second color Marimba Red. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24635.
Aquamarine , Gulfstream Aqua, Marimba Red, Nocturne Blue by Mark Lampariello #24635.
Well said, Mark. I agree. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24635.
Mark, the choices you list would all look great IMO. Nice to see by Jack Dodds #24635.
Which makes Brian Laurance' suggestion of Camelot Rose just purr-fect for the Buick! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24635.
Sounds good; something different. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24635.
It's an exquisite 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. It will look stunning in any color and by Mike DeTorrice #24635.7
Aquamarine with white interior, please! And Camelot Rose for the '62 Buick. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #24635.8
[PICS] 1960 Chevrolet Impala by Neo by Graeme Ogg #24634
Some Neos are good but this one is a piece of garbage...like their '56 Bel Air. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24634.1
The sad part [for collectors] is that they can make a great model, when they care to. by Mark Lampariello #24634.2
+1 So true. Its a practice that eventually turns customers away for good. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24634.2.1
I really wanted to like this one. by Joe Libricz #24634.2.2
Another miss, I am afraid. Disappointing and as you all point out, unnecessary. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24634.2.3
i ve ordered mine i am disapointed before receive it (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24634.3
Pan Am is still around! I had no idea! What a cool idea! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24633.1
Pan-Am by Roger Kimber #24633.1.1
Dear Roger Kimber, by Sergio Goldvarg #24633.1.1.1
This theme is a great idea. Also, PLEASE do a regular Courier (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24633.2
I don't remember precisely, but didn't Durham Classics do a series by Rick Thompson #24633.2.1
Hi, Rick. Yes, they did Avro Air (the Cdn. aircraft co,) and Colonial Airways. I don't recall Pan Am by Randall Olson #24633.2.1.1
Durham also did a yellow one in Prairie Air livery. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24633.
Randall, I THINK that between us we have it correct... by Jack Dodds #24633.
Yep -link by Karl Schnelle #24633.2.1.2
Thanks, Karl. Forgot the Prairie Air version too. One on ePay right now. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24633.
I wasn't keen on the Colonial and Prairie Air versions because of the headlights by Jack Dodds #24633.
Didn't Brooklin do a '58 Chevy wagon & '55 panel truck with Pam Am logos? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24633.2.1.3
...not so sure about the station wagon on 2nd thought...hmmm. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24633.
Jack. I think it is the '57 Ford Ranchero and you're correct - '55/56 Chev Panel Van from Brooklin by Randall Olson #24633.
Right...maybe Chicago PD K-9?? It was a while ago. by Jack Dodds #24633.
I just don't recall any such '58 Chevy wagon. If there is one, would someone by Rick Thompson #24633.
1958 Chevrolet Yeoman Station Wagon, BRK 154 -link by Karl Schnelle #24633.
Its BRK 154X 1958 Chevy station wagon, Chicago Police. by Jack Dodds #24633.
A '58 Chevy CPD wagon is currently for sale on the bay. So is a Durham Pan Am Courier. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24633.
Thanks, Frank! Actually, I just saw two of the K9 units there, priced about $50 apart. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #24633.
Vectis sold the 2-car Pan Am Brooklin set in 2014... -link by Karl Schnelle #24633.
Thanks, all. I guess I need to keep up better with the BCC cars! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #24633.
Rick - they are nice! I think a Goldvarg Courier will be very nice as well. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24633.
I remember how disappointed I was with the improperly placed wheels on by Jack Dodds #24633.
Durham Courrier by dennis Brown #24633.2.1.4
Question on thePan Am Ford Courier by Alan Dinsmore #24633.3
PS to my question by Alan Dinsmore #24633.3.1
Dear Alan Dinsmore, by Sergio Goldvarg #24633.3.2
pan am courier colors by Alan Dinsmore #24633.3.2.1
A very exciting prospect for me, since I collect Pan American Airways airliner models -- as well as by Brian Laurance #24633.4
Future Livery by dennis Brown #24633.5
Pics; 1924 Hispano-Suiiza Louwman Collection by Jacques Roest #24632
Your Hispano goes everywhere! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24632.1
Fantastic model by Keko Romero #24632.2
Great car with fine photos. Well done! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24632.3
1918 Cadillac Type 57 creating. Painting (Pic) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24631
Fine subject! I prefer light colors, as they are forgiving of errors. (pic) by David Holcombe #24631.1
This my own production (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24631.1.1
David, this has been an on-going series for quite some time. Check by Lloyd Mecca #24631.1.2
Thank you for the reminder, gentlemen. I regret my lapse of memory. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24631.1.2.1
I think #2 the darker blue is more believable. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24631.2
I agree. Looks more realistic (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24631.2.1
By the way..........AWESOME work done over the months and now to color. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24631.2.1.1
I think the darker color works well. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #24631.3
I agree for the colour. Congrats for this incredible work ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24631.3.1
Color #2. (EOM) by Scott Brown #24631.4
#2, too. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24631.4.1
for me also. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24631.4.1.1
One more for number 2. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #24631.
Thank you all for your opinions (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24631.5
Diecast Reference Site ! by David Rodia #24630
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #24629
Good finds. Congratulations! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24629.1
The 1959 Oldsmobile is one of my favorite Neo Models. by Alex Taylor #24629.2
Olds by Keko Romero #24629.2.1
Keko, you are certainly lucky to have this red/white by Alex Taylor #24629.2.1.1
Congratulations by Skip Johnson #24629.2.1.2
Very nice! My dad's Herald was that colour - Lichfield Green and Sebring White.. by John Roberts #24629.3
Good stuff Keko. I especially like the Herald. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24629.3.1
Nice! I really like the caravan combo, (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24629.4
Opel & Caravan by Keko Romero #24629.4.1
Keko, your Schuco tandem looks terrific. Recently, I bought both a VW/trailer and Isetta/caravan set by Randall Olson #24629.4.1.1
Thanks, I have serveral Schuco combo trailers by Keko Romero #24629.
This red & white 59 Olds came out in 2014. At that time, by Richard Nosker #24629.5
Hi, Richard. I have the early hardtop - straight but my early convertible is bowed by Randall Olson #24629.5.1
The NEO convertibles are chronic for bowing; in my experience at least.; by Jack Dodds #24629.5.1.1
Logic might suggest ... by Graeme Ogg #24629.
Or--perhaps we are bending with age and everything we perceived to be bent now looks normal to us;) (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24629.
Well this was supposed to be a secret from the lab where I work, but the cat's out of the bag. by Harvey Goranson #24629.
I wonder why it got better. Good news for you but kind of surprising. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24629.5.2
Nice ones Keko. My first Corgi was the Herald Coupe. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24629.6
PIC of real car - With tilting bonnet and fenders that revealed the entire engine. Cool. by Randall Olson #24629.6.1
Yes, that front end looked a great idea for accessibility. But in fact ... by Graeme Ogg #24629.6.1.1
Fascinating info. Thanks for sharing it. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24629.
So was mine! I was 8, and kicked off my collecting of detailed, [roughly] 1:43, little gems (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24629.6.2
Here's some pics of the Corgi and Dinky Heralds. by Harvey Goranson #24629.6.3
Very nice! I was lucky enough to be given one in the correct green and white... by John Roberts #24629.6.3.1
They are really nice Harv by Keko Romero #24629.6.3.2
Luv that camper (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24629.7
VIDEO: Does this look like fun? by John Kuvakas #24628
A brilliant safety idea? Yes indeed. by Graeme Ogg #24628.1
It's been my experience that motorcycle riders are attentive when by Bob Jackman #24628.1.1
Sorry, gents. I intended to post this over in the Lounge. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24628.2
That's quite alright (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24628.2.1
Pics: Some Opel history part 5 by Jacques Roest #24627
was the 1983 Monza for the North American market ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #24627.1
Joop, that is a question for our US friends. This one was for South America (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24627.1.1
No, not for North America. (EOM) by David Crowe #24627.1.2
Wow. That a nice collection of Opels you have. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #24627.2
What a great group of Opels, I have put several on my list. Thanks. (EOM) by John Merritt #24627.3
Pics: Some Opel history part 4 by Jacques Roest #24626
Wonderful posts, Jacques! Were the Dinky Toys' from your childhood? by Randall Olson #24626.1
Randall, I am 76 now and started to collect again, when I was 30. by Jacques Roest #24626.1.1
Ah yes, I recall the French Dinky Toys. Many interesting subjects. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24626.1.1.1
Pics: Some Opel history part 3 by Jacques Roest #24625
Lion Car - I love those oldies! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24625.1
Pics: Some Opel history part 2 by Jacques Roest #24624
That Schuco wagon ist Kool! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24624.1
Pics: Some Opel history part 1 by Jacques Roest #24623
Thanks for sharing your fine collection, Jacques. I especially like the models of the by David Holcombe #24623.1
+1 a helluva collection! (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #24623.1.1
Thanks Richard, I had to look up the word helluva. (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24623.1.1.1
LOL. Sorry. Just trying to keep it clean. (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #24623.
Great history of Opels through the decades. Isn't there by John Quilter #24623.2
John, the Schuco Junior line were made by Cararama/Hongwell (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #24623.2.1
That's right (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24623.2.1.1
The Cararama are great value. Schuco has kept an upscale look and now by Randall Olson #24623.
PICs - From My Collection - Wednesday by John Merritt #24622
WOW, what a great collection. This shows, that fine and good models like Oxford, IST,etcetera do not by Jacques Roest #24622.1
Fascinating collection by Alan Dinsmore #24622.1.1
I like the Opel you posted. Have any Kadetts, Mantas or GTs ? (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #24622.2
Great stuff. Ever the modifier I built one of these by John Quilter #24622.3
The rolled back top looks real, John. Quite a terrific model! (EOM) by Randall Olson #24622.3.1
The detail of these is impressively captured in your photography. I agree with Jacques by Randall Olson #24622.4
PIC: Our thoughts and prayers are with all those in the path of the hurricane. by John Kuvakas #24621
To you as well John. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24621.1
Know a few folks that just did a turnaround yesterday and headed back to my neck of the woods (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24621.2
Thanks John. I have nephews and in-laws and their families evac'ing now! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24621.3
I'm about 50 miles due west of DC. It looks like we're not going to get hit very hard. by John Kuvakas #24621.3.1
I hope everyone in the area seeks safety or evacuates. I've never experienced this kind of by John Merritt #24621.4
Never a hurricane but a number of tornadoes. Don't know which is worse. At least with a by Tom Ciryak #24621.4.1
I grew up in Ohio. Tornadoes are the worst! They appear out of nowhere, wreak havoc and are gone. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24621.4.1.1
Somehow that skipped my mind. Where again did you grow up? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24621.
Youngstown (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24621.
Ah.... the mafia cap of Ohio. Back in the day (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24621.
Yup! That we were! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24621.
PICs - From My Collection - Tuesday by John Merritt #24620
That Buick looks sharp in that Titian Maroon. Snow scene shows it well. by David Knight #24620.1
Brooklin's models of cars from the thirties are all home runs especially by Bob Jackman #24620.1.1
I like both the model and the pictures. Well done! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24620.2
John, your photos are over the top well done and by John Quilter #24620.3
In my 1:43 collection, the bulk of it is American cars. But I do have by John Merritt #24620.3.1
British cars still almost outnumber my American cars in my collection, by Harvey Goranson #24620.3.1.1
PICS - At long last!!!.....cHEAVEN....... by Randall Olson #24619
And here's that elusive (?) Nomad, the only '56 Chevy I have. (pic) by David Holcombe #24619.1
I'm salivating! I'm hoping that Sergio can see his way clear in making a '56 Chev. Nomad! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24619.2
Considering the appearance of their new '57 Safari, I'd much rather see Brooklin by Rick Thompson #24619.2.1
Randall, What a super dealership and model car display. Nostalgia at it's best. by Bob Jackman #24619.3
A fantastic display and selection of models. Most of those I've never seen. (EOM) by John Merritt #24619.4
Thanks, John. All Motor City origin except for the cream on coral '54 wagon (Brooklin). (EOM) by Randall Olson #24619.4.1
The 1954 Handyman as well as the USA Model 1954 Chevy Bel Air by Michel Lemieux #24619.4.1.1
Very nice. Is that apartment house on the right scratch built? (EOM) by Jay Golan #24619.5
Hi, Jay. It comes as a building front from DSL Shops. I turned it into a bldg. & added fences/trees. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24619.5.1
A very nice touch, Randall. It adds to the realism. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24619.5.1.1
Great collection & great display, Randy. by Richard Nosker #24619.6
Super display Randall! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24619.7
(PICS) Great set-up. I love it all...but Where's the 1956 Chevrolet 150? by Christopher Moroni #24619.8
That is a beauty! I thought about a 150 but it was more work to shave off the 210 trim. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24619.8.1
The stuff of dreams, Randall! Your images have made my day! (EOM) by Brian Laurance #24619.9
Thanks, Gentlemen. It was my pleasure to share the pix with you. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24619.10
A model for today. by Harvey Goranson #24618
Agreed. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24618.1
How choice! I salute this car too! (EOM) by Don Anderson #24618.2
Corvette by Roger Kimber #24618.3
It looks to me like a Minichamps. (EOM) by Don Anderson #24618.3.1
The maker is Minichamps, but the brand is Action. by Harvey Goranson #24618.3.2
Thanks Harvey (EOM) by Roger Kimber #24618.3.2.1
PICS: Brooklin Diaries Sep 10 by John Kuvakas #24617
Always an enjoyable read. Thanks again, JK for posting. The Safari looks great! (EOM) by Randall Olson #24617.1
Thank you, John. The '34 Chevy interests me. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24617.2
Thanks John.I really appreciate you posting the Brooklin Diaries by Bob Jackman #24617.2.1
+! Thanks John! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24617.2.1.1
Thanks, guys! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24617.
Is that RIVA AQUARAMA available in 1:43 from Brooklin? I checked their catalog and didn't see it. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24617.3
Tom, look at their website under projects. I believe the model will cost $450,00. Here the video by Jacques Roest #24617.3.1
Thank you Jacques. Will be spending the money for this one (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24617.3.1.1
Beautiful, but our TV went south last night. Hmmm, the radio still works.... (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24617.3.1.2
There's a link to the Riva in the post above. I'll copy it here. by John Kuvakas #24617.3.2
Thanks John (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24617.3.2.1
PICS 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix prototype from Goldvarg Collection by Sergio Goldvarg #24616
OMG! I am going to be so broke. (EOM) by John Merritt #24616.1
Me too!! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24616.1.1
I am really anxious to see the first Goldvarg model that wasn't available in 1/25 already. (EOM) by David Crowe #24616.2
And will it have a vinyl top? (EOM) by Mark Millar #24616.2.1
Dear David Crowe, by Sergio Goldvarg #24616.2.2
Sergio has truly hit a bullseye here! Maybe his best seller ever. (EOM) by Don Anderson #24616.2.2.1
Along time coming, probably my favorite of all models. Will it be ready by Christmas time? (EOM) by Mark Millar #24616.3
Dear Mark Millar, I am doing my best to have it ready for Christmas, but it's hard to say. (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #24616.3.1
Brilliant, a model I have been eagerly waiting for for 30 plus years. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #24616.4
A 60s landmark both in styling and performance. Suggestion -- by Mark Lampariello #24616.4.1
Me too Chris...the '61 through "64 Pontiacs for me. "62 & '63 to go! I by Jack Dodds #24616.4.2
OMG...I love it. Great models from Goldvarg to look forward to! by Jack Dodds #24616.5
A sure fire winner! (EOM) by Randall Olson #24616.6
Sergio........ Is there a possibility for a 67 Catalina convertible in the future? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24616.7
Did you notice that TSM is also going the super-packaging route? -pics by Karl Schnelle #24615
I don't know what the motivation is. I don't like it. The model is important, not the packaging by Randall Olson #24615.1
I call it the Vulgari effect. (EOM) by David Crowe #24615.1.1
:-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24615.1.1.1
+1 Agree totally Randall (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24615.1.2
I just don't understand. This box can't used for display, by Mark Lampariello #24615.2
But the model looks beautiful. Congrats! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24615.3
thank you, sir! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24615.3.1
It's what's inside that matters.... by Robert Jacobs #24615.4
yes! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24615.4.1
may be a nice model must have a nice box ..... (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24615.5
Oui, monsieur! D'accord! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24615.5.1
But is the reverse true? by Robert Jacobs #24615.5.2
I neglected to say that the Alfa is beautiful, Karl. I think we are so fortunate by Randall Olson #24615.6
To all of our Jewish Forum 43 friends... by Dick Browne #24614Moderator
Thanks and Happy New Year to all! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24614.1
Pics: 2017-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon by Greenlight by David Knight #24613
The more Rubicons, the better! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24613.1
Pics: Here you are, Karl. by David Knight #24613.1.1
No snow here yet - it's still 61 deg F (16C) here! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24613.1.1.1
Pics: Still blue sky as Hurricane Florence approaches our Virginia and Carolina shores. by David Knight #24613.
1962 Buick Electra from Goldvarg collection by Sergio Goldvarg #24612
Wow....very nice indeed! Thanks for bringing the 60s by Jack Dodds #24612.1
My first color choice is Arctic white over burgundy. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24612.1.1
+++1. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24612.1.2
Very impressive here. And a subject that had a great number by Don Anderson #24612.2
Beautiful. by Ron Hughes #24612.3
I'm happy to find the '62 Buick Electra 225 in your range, by Alex Taylor #24612.3.1
Just imagine, in time, a '62 Impala, Pontiac and Olds by Jack Dodds #24612.4
This already looks excellent ! Any color would be fine on this Buick. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24612.5
Can't help insisting that the greatest color on the '62 Buick is by Alex Taylor #24612.5.1
Have to agree with Alex. Use a variety of colours and increase buyers. I know that l will by Randall Olson #24612.5.1.1
Willow mist with a white roof or all one color? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24612.5.1.2
Guess either one would be OK, with green interior, by Alex Taylor #24612.
I have just ordered a Hi-Performance credit card with the hi-lift Goldvarg camshaft!! by Mark Millar #24612.6
Amen...keep them coming. Is that the credit card thats invisible by Jack Dodds #24612.6.1
That should be excellent! (EOM) by John Merritt #24612.7
Very excited about this one, which is destined to be my first Goldvarg. Here are a couple of (PICS) by Brian Laurance #24612.8
This 'Camelot Rose" is perfect for large GM cars of that year. by Mark Lampariello #24612.8.1
The Grand Prix, the Nova and now this. You're going to bankrupt me, Sergio!! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24612.9
But what a great way to go.....! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24612.9.1
Some more "little people" arrived today. (PICs) by David Holcombe #24611
David, those are really cool! Gives me ideas! (EOM) by David Knight #24611.1
Very cool David. Where do you buy these? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24611.2
Arttista has a site. Just google that term. But this time I bought these from an ebay dealer. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24611.2.1
I have a couple of those bikes in my diorama (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24611.3
Two new Ferraris from LookSmart by Harvey Goranson #24610
Nice Ferraris! by Karl Schnelle #24610.1
Correct Karl - Looksmart are a brand of MR and made in China. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #24610.1.1
MR? A name I'm not familiar with (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24610.1.1.1
An Italian manufacturer - see more: https://mrcollection.com/about-us-2/ (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #24610.
Thanks Ralf (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24610.
Harv, your excellent photos and primo models illustrate why I have avoided with great difficulty by Frank Racibozynski #24610.2
Harvey, isn't your house swamped with these? (EOM) by Don Anderson #24610.2.1
PICS 1961 Pontiac Catalina Goldvarg Collection by Sergio Goldvarg #24609
This is great news! I have wanted this car done for years. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24609.1
+1. Sergio, please do the eight lug wheels on this model and it will be perfect. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24609.1.1
I'd love to see 8-lug wheels and would hope for more narrow white walls. Love the stick shift! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24609.1.1.1
As I look closer, it seems like those may be 8-lug wheels. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24609.
PIC: Here's a close up of the wheels by John Kuvakas #24609.
I can't tell if they're eight lugs. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24609.
I think they are, Bob, because they're conical in shape, have the small by Rick Thompson #24609.
John K, where will this be available I had a 61 BonnevilleNew in 61 but had to sell it after 18 mon by Dave Hosea #24609.
Nice that the Catalina was chosen over the Bonneville. I like by Jack Dodds #24609.1.2
Stunning! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24609.2
Incredibly wise choice. Those will be instant sellouts. (EOM) by David Crowe #24609.3
+1 No doubt! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24609.3.1
Two tone is a great choice (EOM) by Ken Spear #24609.4
Wow! They look great. I'm glad that you offer different color combos. (EOM) by Brian Cox #24609.5
Sergio, these are beautiful and should resin-ate well with Pontiac enthusiasts. by David Knight #24609.6
Another winner. Congrats, Sergio! (EOM) by John Kuliak #24609.7
OMG! These look fantastic. I am very happy to see these. by John Merritt #24609.8
How can we pre-order? They look fantastic. (EOM) by Allan Ording #24609.9
My Favorite '60s automobile!!!...a couple of suggestions (PIC) by Clifford Read #24609.10
Another minor detail: the little vent window on the actual car slants backward a bit. by David Knight #24609.10.1
Good eye! In reality the nose center point is less pointed. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24609.10.2
[PIC] Agree that the "V" of the nose looks quite exaggerated. by Graeme Ogg #24609.10.3
If you want color input Sergio, White with red interior suits this car! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24609.11
....also powder blue with darker blue interior looks great! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24609.11.1
I don't see your color names of Twilight Mist Metallic and Rose Metallic in my by Curtis Parisi #24609.12
Sure looks like Dawnfire Mist -- what a great period choice. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24609.12.1
Another MUST HAVE (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24609.13
Bingo! Better think of a third color, these will sell out fast. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24609.14
Placing figures with 1:43 models (PICs) by David Holcombe #24608
Yes! A kiss frozen in time! You and your bride, David? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24608.1
Beautiful scenes, David! #2: beautiful Packard admired by Winston Churchill... by Ralf Buyer #24608.2
Buddy is pondering why the electric motors keep failing by Jack Dodds #24608.3
Here's one of mine (pic) by Frank Gioia #24608.4
Good gathering, Frank. You are really telling the story here! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24608.4.1
Frank, who made that model I can't identify? Would by Alex Taylor #24608.4.2
Nice. Are these white metal, plastic, prepainted? by John Quilter #24608.5
John, I have a lot of figures from a lot of different sources. My favorites are by David Holcombe #24608.5.1
John and David, I do diarama pictures with old American cars by Alex Taylor #24608.5.1.1
Alex, I would like to see pictures of your results. Do you have a site? (EOM) by David Holcombe #24608.
I guess you would like to have my by Alex Taylor #24608.
David, I even have a further suggestion: if you send by Alex Taylor #24608.
Done. &thanks! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24608.
I tried to contact Mikhail Bashmashnikov. by Joop Gisbers #24607
BRK Pontiac Safari colour. by Mike Coupe #24606
Pics: So again, in Fontaine Blue Poly, this is what it should look like. Beautiful! by David Knight #24606.1
Atttaboy David! We've gotta make sure that they get that shade of color correct. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24606.1.1
My thought, Frank, is that even though the color has been announced as Fontaine Blue Poly by David Knight #24606.1.1.1
PICS: I'm willing to trust Amanda, who has the car and color in hand by John Kuvakas #24606.
I certainly trust Amanda as well, John, and your pictures and show the variation possible. (EOM) by David Knight #24606.
I love your passion for the hobby, my friend. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24606.
I’ve had it since infancy, John. I have been told my first word was “car.” (EOM) by David Knight #24606.
We may secretly be brothers. I was adopted at 6 mos old. You? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24606.
All I remember is that I was very young when I was born. by David Knight #24606.
LOL! Tuesday? Was there a last Tuesday? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24606.
Lovely. That car was part of the " '57 Heaven" collection in Branson, MO. by Rick Thompson #24606.
I just come to look my WMCE 1957 Pontiac Safari Fontaine Blue by Michel Lemieux #24606.
PICS 1963 Chevy Nova hand made prototype. by Sergio Goldvarg #24605
Really beautiful! Any chance of SS badging and trim and slanted rear antenna? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24605.1
+1 very nice but please add SS trim and badging; including by Jack Dodds #24605.1.1
+2 ... and possibly a chrome gas cap (EOM) by Frank Gioia #24605.1.2
As far as I know the replacement gas caps could have been chrome. by Curtis Parisi #24605.1.2.1
I think it needs to be an SS to have bucket seats. Had different dash,too (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24605.1.3
Zounds! Those are good looking models!! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24605.2
Those look great. Excellent colors. (EOM) by John Merritt #24605.3
These look great but fix those tires. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24605.4
Back in ‘63 my family had an Autumn Gold Chevy I 00 series wagon. by David Knight #24605.5
THIS is going to be a winner. Bigtime! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24605.6
I have one suggestion. by David Crowe #24605.7
Amazing! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24605.8
color choice perfect and don t forget the convertible (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24605.9
Great colors, especially since interior choices included by Mark Lampariello #24605.10
PICs - From My Collection - Friday by John Merritt #24604
Nice looking model, I need to put this on my list to get. (EOM) by Brian Cox #24604.1
WOW! That's a beauty! (EOM) by Richard Sufficool #24604.2
Nice model! Your photos do it justice. Watch 1949's Cagney classic "White Heat" by Randall Olson #24604.3
For some more discussion on the color of the Safari, see Post 24600.5 by David Knight #24603
I have reposted one of Mike Coupe's photos which he said is darker than the by Curtis Parisi #24603.1
I too am partial to the Fountain Blue which seems somehow richer. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24603.1.1
Pics- WMCE 1957 Pontiac Safari wagon in Fontaine Blue by Michel Lemieux #24603.1.2
This is why I'm surprised at the BRK choice...hmmm. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24603.1.2.1
I don't expect the final product to look exactly like this pre-production by Rick Thompson #24603.
Rick, at least if you buy the BRK the color will be different than your WMCE by Michel Lemieux #24603.
Alaska State Trooper (pic) by John Daniels #24602
Looks very sharp. Hope they discovered the source of the carbon monoxide by David Knight #24602.1
Having fun with the Chevrolet Royal Mail Roadster of 1914. (PICs) by David Holcombe #24601
Nest stuff David. I have the Chevrolet roadster but mine has by Bob Jackman #24601.1
I've got one around here somewhere - one of the few Ertls remaining in my stash. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24601.1.1
Wow! (EOM) by David Knight #24601.2
Wow! (EOM) by David Knight #24601.3
and furthermore, I could say: "WOW"! :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24601.3.1
I admire your steady hand, David. Nice work! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24601.4
Did you find replacement black tires? They do not look painted! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24601.5
I was also wondering about the source of those black tires? (EOM) by Ken Smith #24601.5.1
Tires have been a busy part of this little job. The black ones were made by Ertl, by David Holcombe #24601.5.1.1
Thanks for the enriching into about tire colours. Burnouts could have left white patches on the road by Randall Olson #24601.
Lol! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24601.
PICS A taster for the future from BRK. by Mike Coupe #24600
Photo is so big it kinda scares me. Just sayin. (EOM) by Don Anderson #24600.1
Are you just saying that photo is too big Don, by Mike Coupe #24600.1.1
Well it might be me. I use a desktop here with a pretty wide screen. by Don Anderson #24600.1.1.1
That’s probably it Don. by Mike Coupe #24600.
That looks Fantastic! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24600.2
Seem like a Motor City Usa, a lot of details and chrome parts,very Beauty ! (EOM) by renato camesasca #24600.3
Pic: If it’s to be Fontaine Blue, here is the actual color. by David Knight #24600.4
Gorgeous. Lighter than dark blue, darker than light blue. Great color. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #24600.4.1
Let’s hope the final product will match the actual car. by David Knight #24600.4.1.1
PICS--It looks more like the darker blue for '57. Chevron Blue Poly / Iridescent? by Frank Racibozynski #24600.5
Frank, I think you may be right about its being Chevron Blue. by David Knight #24600.5.1
Another "Must-Have" for my collection. It looks like a beauty. (EOM) by John Merritt #24600.6
PICS A taster for the future from BRK. by Mike Coupe #24599
Yea really! (EOM) by Don Anderson #24599.1
Thanks, Mike! I'm going to hazard a guess and say it's Fontaine Blue Poly. by Rick Thompson #24599.2
I will find out in due course what the colour is. by Mike Coupe #24599.2.1
I agree on your color guess. (EOM) by Brian Cox #24599.2.2
I would agree with Rick’s analysis. If, however, it is to be Fontaine Blue by David Knight #24599.2.3
I can't tell but is there any metallic or "poly" in that color? (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24599.3
Onthis model the colour does not matter, it will be mine (EOM) by John Munro #24599.4
I cant believe how much technology has improved from the first Brooklin I bought. The green 56 Ford (EOM) by Mark Millar #24599.5
I'm impressed by the script on the sides! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24599.6
Me, too, and by the fact that Brooklin appears to have nailed the dimensions by Rick Thompson #24599.6.1
That's amazing. Seductive if I can use term. (EOM) (EOM) by Russ Rader #24599.7
Pic: If it’s to be Fontaine Blue, this is what it should look like. Nice! by David Knight #24599.8
The Blue on the BRK does not look at all the Fontaine blue on my CNQ 1957 Pontiac Safari. by Michel Lemieux #24599.8.1
PICs - From My Collection - Thursday by John Merritt #24598
A highlight of my collection. Not only is the detail spectacular, by Mark Lampariello #24598.1
Marcus Tuttle please email modelcars43atgmail.com (EOM) by Shel Platt #24597
Mille Miglia Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 -pic and question by Karl Schnelle #24596
Interesting problem! I've been looking at pictures of your model and by David Holcombe #24596.1
That's a good idea! I tried that on some Teknos and it's always a tad uneven. My by Karl Schnelle #24596.1.1
Replacement screen technique? by Graeme Ogg #24596.1.2
Thanks, guys, for your ideas! I will try it. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24596.1.2.1
Pics: Universal nr.1457 purchased April 2005 :1964 Plymouthe Belvedere by Jacques Roest #24595
Excellent photos of a nice model. I recall it in red, white, black and this two-tone combo by Randall Olson #24595.1
Agree with you on its shortcomings. I have the red one and think its good value tho. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24595.1.1
Only thing this car is missing..... The raised front end and slicks (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24595.2
If you want there is a red NASCAR version done up with by John Quilter #24595.2.1
This and the 63 Ram Chargers from my youth. AWESOME! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24595.2.1.1
A special BRK Packard from 1990 (PICs) by David Holcombe #24594
Nice pix, David! The models are coming along nicely with your TLC. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24594.1
Thanks, Randall. You have helped me enjoy my days. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24594.1.1
Hip hip hooray! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24594.2
john who has made the 64 plymouthconvertible in red ? (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24593
Universal Hobbies. many years ago. (EOM) by Shel Platt #24593.1
They made a hardtop but no convertible to my knowledge by John Quilter #24593.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - Monday 9/3 by John Merritt #24592
I had to have it to go with the Fury hardtop and convertible in my collection. by Bob Jackman #24592.1
PIC--My reissue Belvedere sedan also joined a Fury HT and convertible. Although I've considered 1961 by Frank Racibozynski #24592.1.1
Without a doubt that year WAS and STILL is the ugliest car ever built. What were they thinking??? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24592.1.1.1
No, that is YOUR opinion. It is not shared by everyone. (EOM) by David Crowe #24592.
But of course it's my opinion. Never said it was felt by everyone else. by Tom Ciryak #24592.
I thought it was so ugly back in'61...now I have come to by Jack Dodds #24592.
Same here. Ugly then, unique now. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
PICs: I have always been reasonably confident the design on the 61 Plymouth has inspired others by John Kuvakas #24592.
JK, is that a selfie? (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
Why, I'm flattered, Frank. Thank you. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24592.
Take a look at a new Lexus or Toyota and ask yourself where their designers got their by Bob Jackman #24592.
Yup! The original "gaping maw" front end. May it ever be cursed! by John Kuvakas #24592.
Absolutely! A friend of mine in his early forties collects vintage transformers by Randall Olson #24592.
Well put! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24592.
I must admit it looks like it was designed in the dark... by John Roberts #24592.
Monster tail fins were out for family cars. About as radical as could get away from them. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
Probably my second favorite car. So ugly, it is beautiful. (EOM) by Randall Olson #24592.
Okay, I'll bite....what is your favorite then? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
The '61 Chrysler. I love its canted headlights and its fins. With torsion bar suspension by Randall Olson #24592.
I really like the '62 Chrysler; much prefer the tail end treatment. I by Jack Dodds #24592.
No kidding....especially compared to the 1960 Plymouth. I'm thinking by Jack Dodds #24592.
No, they did that for the 1962 model year. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
Lol. Ain't that the truth!! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
I think that was before LSD and Timothy Leary (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24592.
Its a body design that you might think was of French origin. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
I thought that honor went to the Pontiac Aztec? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24592.
Frank, is the purple a color you had it specially done? Its new to me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.1.1.2
PIC--Jack, It was one of the standard choices offered for HT111a reissued in 2017. by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
So much for the element of surprise. Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
I would love to have a Fury Hdtp & Convertible. I didn't know they had been issued. (EOM) by John Merritt #24592.1.2
PICS--'61 Fury HT and convertible by Highway Travelers...... by Frank Racibozynski #24592.1.2.1
Nice pictures Frank. I have the hardtop in bronze with a beige roof and the convertible by Bob Jackman #24592.
I have the bronze 2drht. as well and the color really helps its appearance, (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
I like this pillar sedan. Not many models of these old familiar family haulers. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24592.2
On the contrary, Mark, I think there are a lot of them. Just take a look by Rick Thompson #24592.2.1
1964 Plymouths sedans, convertible and hardtop by John Quilter #24592.2.1.1
Those are very nice. 64 Fury one of my favorites (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #24592.
+1 The '64 Fury was a beauty ; even better than the '63. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
It is surely true that the '61 and '62 Chryco products were strange looking by Jack Dodds #24592.3
If you'll take a look at the latest issue of "Collectible Automobile," you'll by Rick Thompson #24592.3.1
I often wonder what the designers at Chrysler were smoking by Don Anderson #24592.3.1.1
PIC-True, but I was intrigued with the proposed '62 DeSoto and would have liked to have seen it made by Frank Racibozynski #24592.3.1.2
OMG...what a bizarre looking beast. Makes the 61 Plymouth look conservative. by Jack Dodds #24592.
I really liked the 1961 Plymouth and I by Mike DeTorrice #24592.
Any idea why Chryco didn't approve this design? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24592.
LINK: They did, they just squeezed it onto a smaller platform and ruined it. by John Kuvakas #24592.
Amazing faux pas at the highest levels in Chryco. A great article. by Jack Dodds #24592.
Oddly enough, I've heard that the designs on the full sized platforms were attractive. by John Kuvakas #24592.
It would be interesting to see the various views of those proposed cars. by Jack Dodds #24592.
Very interesting illustration. Thanks Mike. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.
Oooops. Double posted. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24592.3.1.3
BRK 12- 1931 Hudson renewed (PIC) by David Holcombe #24591
A good job. And Amanda is so helpful and efficient. (EOM) by Richard Nosker #24591.1
It’s always nice to see an old Brooklin restored and brought back to new condition. by David Knight #24591.2
Duplicate message deleted (EOM) by David Knight #24591.3
That is a really nice model. A treasured addition to my collection as well. (EOM) by John Merritt #24591.4
Pic: 2017 Monarch Orange Nissan Rogue by Premium X by David Knight #24590
Looking good. (EOM) by John Merritt #24590.1
Much better color than the typical silver/grey/bluish ones you see all the time! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24590.2
And on this theme here's two more I'm on the search for by John Quilter #24590.3
PICs - From My Collection - Saturday by John Merritt #24589
Absolutely beautiful replica of a beautiful Cadillac. (EOM) by David Knight #24589.1
Very nice. I liked the Cadillac style represented here. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24589.2
Another off the wall Cadillac from Neo. by David Crowe #24588
I'm impressed that they got the grille badges replicated. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24588.1
Those allow it to be on a Professional Car Society judging field. Whew! (EOM) by David Crowe #24588.1.1
Just what we needed. While so many Cadillacs are neglected. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24588.2
PICS -Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan 1948 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #24587
i will buy it (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24587.1
I'm glad I bought it as well Keko.. Superb detail. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24587.2
Very nice indeed! (EOM) by John Roberts #24587.3
This is my next 1/43. Great pics. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24587.4
Good to see the trim bits stayed secure...not always so with Neo. by Jack Dodds #24587.5
Beautiful photos. This one is ordered. Looking at your photos, I am glad I did. (EOM) by John Merritt #24587.6
Excellent pics Keko! I was initially on the fence with that color combo, by Harvey Goranson #24587.7
Once again, I´m feeling as bad influence, many of you have ordered by Keko Romero #24587.7.1

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