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PICS - Packard Twelve 1407 Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupé 1936 by GLM by Keko Romero #25728
Excellent model. I really like mine as well. Great collection of Packard models too. (EOM) by John Merritt #25728.1
Good looking Packards, Keko. That is my favorite marque, and I have several. Enjoy! by David Holcombe #25728.2
A really nice collection of Packards. (EOM) by Ken Smith #25728.3
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Albert - your smoke damage issue? Did you find a solution? ... by Karl Schnelle #25726
Vinegar! by Albert Kopans #25726.1
That pink Thunderbird of David's reminds me of something I wanted by Don Anderson #25725
Don, you’re not jumping the gun at all! Easter begins with the Great Vigil by David Knight #25725.1
Thank you, Don. This is a quiet holiday for me, as I remember the by David Holcombe #25725.2
Pics: Thunderbird in Sunset Coral in the Spring—a great ‘50’s color by David Knight #25724
Excellent David. Was this a wood framed house or brick with shingles? (EOM) by John Roberts #25724.1
Pics: John, the house is wood frame, or “stick-built” as we call it in the Colonies. by David Knight #25724.1.1
David, Thanks for sharing your miniature home memories with us. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25724.1.1.1
What a fantastic setting. Excellent model and color too. (EOM) by John Merritt #25724.2
Looking good! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25724.3
I lie your 1/43 houses almost as much as your cars! Very nice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #25724.4
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PICs - From My Collection - '55 Willys by John Merritt #25722
Mine is parked next to the Brooklin two door sedan. Great pictures John. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25722.1
As is mine. They look great together. Future photo op! (EOM) by John Merritt #25722.1.1
The ‘55 Bermuda was an attractive restyle of the Aero Willys. by David Knight #25722.2
Thanks David. It is a sweet model. I had loads of fun with this photo shoot. (EOM) by John Merritt #25722.2.1
Have it - love it. Also have the 2 tone blue version. Fantastic models. Great pics! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25722.3
Thanks. I have the blue version as well. Coming up... (EOM) by John Merritt #25722.3.1
John, your fine photography has sold me. I'm going to order mine by David Holcombe #25722.4
You are really going to like it. It is a great model. It jumps out at me every time I walk by. (EOM) by John Merritt #25722.4.1
At first I did a double take thinking this was the 1:1! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25722.5
Thanks! (EOM) by John Merritt #25722.5.1
Pics: VW Bus Brazil “Last Edition” by David Knight #25721
Great pictures and a nice model. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25721.1
I love the narrow band wide whitewalls. Very retro. (EOM) by David Crowe #25721.2
Can I ask? What is the big black thing between the headlights? (EOM) by Don Anderson #25721.3
It's the radiator grille - the car has a watercooled 4 in-line engine (pic)... by Ralf Buyer #25721.3.1
The old VW Polo 1.4 engine. Doesn't sound right at all! (EOM) by John Roberts #25721.3.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - '46 Mercury by John Merritt #25720
Good pair! The Merc is an old favorite of mine, but I don't have the trailer. They look by David Holcombe #25720.1
Have both displayed together. Love those woodies. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25720.1.1
It looks like the perfect matching but i'm wondered if the '47 Slumbercoach by Michel Lemieux #25720.1.1.1
John, Who did the enhancements/detailing on the Mercury? (EOM) by J.D. Simmons #25720.2
I am not sure. I bought it from a dealer on eBay. (EOM) by John Merritt #25720.2.1
Thanks to both of you. That detailing on the 46 is great. (EOM) by J.D. Simmons #25720.2.1.1
Jim Hardin did the 46 Mercury. (EOM) by Shel Platt #25720.2.2
Thanks Shel. I should have checked my database before I typed my reply. by John Merritt #25720.2.2.1
A beautiful combo ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25720.3
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I’m green with envy. Son David and daughter-in-law Heather are in Brussels. by David Knight #25718
What a cool place! Lots of nice museums - WWII etc. there in Bruxelles. My... by Karl Schnelle #25718.1
Why am I not surprised! Of course you’ve been there! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #25718.1.1
That looks so cool - thanks for sharing! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #25718.2
OH! I want to go too! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #25718.3
I've been to Brussels a few times on business - beautiful city. Never had time to look for models. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25718.4
Very cool. Looks like a great place to visit. (EOM) by John Merritt #25718.5
The shop Babouin! Good to know it's still there! by Scott Brown #25718.6
Something to do when you've finished the gardening and DIY at Easter by Mike Coupe #25717
Fun pictures Mike. Obviously not taken in Great Britain. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25717.1
New York, I understand Bob. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #25717.1.1
Nice shot. I guess the guy in the train crossing booth by Richard Nosker #25717.2
Not a single VW, or Hillman Minx, or Toyota, or Nissan, or even an Edsel! by David Knight #25717.3
Newest car in top pic is '55 Ford and '52 Cadillac in lower photo. I expect by Randall Olson #25717.3.1
And the Ford is tied with the Plymouth right behind it for newest car. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #25717.3.1.1
Rick, good eye! I think the Plymouth is a 56. It has sharp fins. (EOM) by Randall Olson #25717.
That was my first thought too - my how times have changed. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25717.3.2
The two trucks in the lower pic almost look like they've collided (EOM) by John Quilter #25717.4
Yes, and that late '30s parked car got into it too. Is that a 37 Chevy? (EOM) by Randall Olson #25717.4.1
Great photos. I love these. (EOM) by John Merritt #25717.5
I would say that the lower photo was taken in 1950 as the two movies by Curtis Parisi #25717.6
I think you may be right based on the movies playing. Great detective work! by Randall Olson #25717.6.1
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Another British 70s "classic" by Jani Bodmann #25715
Nice (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25715.1
I like it! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25715.2
Here in Canada the 1st. & 2nd phase Cortinas were great and dependable cars by Jack Dodds #25715.3
Agree with Jack the MKIII Cortina was mechanically rubbish but had style but …. by Chris Sweetman #25715.3.1
That happend to me Chris......... by Mike Coupe #25715.3.1.1
The car in “Life on Mars” had its own mechanic to ensure the car ….. by Chris Sweetman #25715.4
No surprise seeing how they drive it on the show! (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #25715.4.1
Jani, just replicating how some Cortina MKIII’s were actually driven in the ’70’s (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #25715.4.1.1
here in The Netherlands you would rather buy a German Ford, they were better... by Joop Gisbers #25715.5
Don’t blame them Joop - here in the UK it only British built Fords were available …. by Chris Sweetman #25715.5.1
For British car lovers, new to my colllection, 2 1950 Austins by John Quilter #25714
Those are very interesting. (EOM) by John Merritt #25714.1
Not many models of the Hampshire. by Mike Coupe #25714.2
The two tone is accurate..shame about the accuracy of the body!... by John Roberts #25714.2.1
I was going to do the two tone version, but by Mike Coupe #25714.2.1.1
I liked the Ostend Grey...and the blue was nice too! (EOM) by John Roberts #25714.
Any photos of the Spa Croft? by John Quilter #25714.2.1.2
The boot should be shorter and more upright like the Devon... by John Roberts #25714.
Could be, but very subtle if this photo is a guide by John Quilter #25714.
Here's the Hampshire woody as built by Pete Kenna. by Harvey Goranson #25714.
Very nice. I should find one but it would be in the stratophere by John Quilter #25714.
Austin woodie by Roger Kimber #25714.
Like the Tintin autos, these are not models of actual cars! These are models of the ... by Karl Schnelle #25714.2.1.3
Pics: 1954 Aero Willys hardtop in factory correct paint scheme by David Knight #25713
I really like that hardtop, as compared to the sedan. Nice springlike colors, too! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #25713.1
They look great together. Now where is that 4-door? Here's mine. (pic) Thanks for a fine by David Holcombe #25713.2
Excellent models. I really like the recolor. (EOM) by John Merritt #25713.3
+1 Very well done. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25713.3.1
Two beauties. I have the 2 new Esval 55 Bermuda models - fantastic. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25713.4
Pics: It’s finally Spring in Virginia and this old man’s fancy turns to an all time favorite car. by David Knight #25712
Good one, David. Here's my NEO version of just a little later time period. (pic) by David Holcombe #25712.1
That’s a nice one David. While the appearance of the bodies remained virtually unchanged by David Knight #25712.1.1
That looks like a great model. Another one to my list. (EOM) by John Merritt #25712.2
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Ordered this new Chrysler St. Regis from Danbury. Made by by Mark Sweeney #25710
I like the color also. 1/18 scale? (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25710.1
Oh no! I posted on the wrong forum, sorry. Yes, 1/18 scale. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25710.1.1
Looks great in any scale ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25710.1.1.1
Pic Pontiac Catalina from Motor City Usa received yesterday by renato camesasca #25709
Renato, this model is one of my favorite Pontiacs. I have it in 2 lovely by Alex Taylor #25709.1
I would like to see your Pontiac's colors scheme (EOM) by renato camesasca #25709.1.1
Renato, since you like to know the color versions of my 1950 Pontiacs, by Alex Taylor #25709.1.1.1
Renato, I suggest you send me your mail address at by Alex Taylor #25709.
It looks like the guy in the tan suit is telling us that all of the by Don Anderson #25709.2
Correct Don Anderson (EOM) by renato camesasca #25709.2.1
This is a lovely model that I have searched several years for w/o success. One day..... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25709.3
(Pic) I bought this model in 2002. I think that the one with the roof rust by Michel Lemieux #25709.3.1
Michel, this is exactly the color scheme for the 1950 Pontiac by Alex Taylor #25709.3.1.1
It's not easy to find any MCUSA model by Michel Lemieux #25709.
Michel, I know what you mean and I am first of all a Buick and by Alex Taylor #25709.
Beautiful. I know one of these 1950 Pontiac models is on my wishlist. (EOM) by John Merritt #25709.4
John, yes and I can understand you, and the one on my want list is the 1950 Pontiac in by Alex Taylor #25709.4.1
Brooklin Diaries for Apr 12 by John Kuvakas #25708
Somehow, in this world of 1:43, this (pic) is called progress! by David Holcombe #25707
Oh David, You're learning the old curse: The older we get the by Don Anderson #25707.1
LOL (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25707.1.1
And they say we're unable to adapt to change in relationships. You nailed this one Don! lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25707.1.2
I highly recommend sprue snips for removing plastic and resin parts from trees. by Robert Bolin #25707.2
Robert..... I could almost copy verbatim what you just posted. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25707.2.1
Good comments, gentlemen. Yes, I use a snipping gadget for the plastic by David Holcombe #25707.3
1918 Carne Simplex Model 5 Brewster 7-P Touring Car by Richard Nosker #25706
Good model. I especially like the curvature of the firewall/ dash. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25706.1
Fantastic model! Did you build it? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #25706.2
Hi Carl. Yes, this was the second car I built. I knew by Richard Nosker #25706.2.1
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If our gems weighed 1/43 of that of the 1:1 subjects, they'd weigh about 100 pounds. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25704
This is getting surreal. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #25704.1
Don't forget Mark, that ours don't have an engine, gearbox, clutch etc., by Mike Coupe #25704.2
+1 (EOM) by BenD Lampson #25704.2.1
You have to divide the weight by 43 cubed. by Ron Hughes #25704.3
This is why giants, proportional to humans, cannot exist. by Harvey Goranson #25704.3.1
ha ha ha (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #25704.3.2
Your math is way off. by Robert Bolin #25704.4
Probably correct. Even though there are engines, etc., the steel would be 1/43 thickness. by Harvey Goranson #25704.4.1
Thanks guys....this is much clearer now........ :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25704.5
Thank you one and all. I can go on with my day now. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25704.6
Which model did you use for your calculation? A Brooklin will give you diiferent results than a Neo. (EOM) by BenD Lampson #25704.7
Please....no.......be kind..... :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25704.7.1
Yep, why not ? (EOM) by kenneth Hodges #25703
Why not indeed? (Did I miss something here?) (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #25703.1
The philosophical implications of this are mind-shatteringly profound. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #25703.2
Yes, my feelings exactly. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #25703.2.1
But, it leads me to ask, "Why?" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25703.3
My head hurts. 1:43 math = how many models do I have ? lol ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #25703.3.1
Why? Because! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25703.3.2
I think I need a beer.........or seven. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25703.3.2.1
1965 F-100 Stepside. by Sergio Goldvarg #25702
Colour suggestions by dennis Brown #25702.1
Gotta have a red stepside. It's an unwritten law! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25702.1.1
Black, Dark Green, or Brown. Maybe Midnight Blue too. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25702.1.2
This will be a nice model. Will the rails be detachable? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25702.2
Can anyone tell me how to control the size of the pictures? (EOM) by Richard Nosker #25701
This is a query that pops up here from time to time! by Graeme Ogg #25701.1
Thank you, Graeme. by Richard Nosker #25701.1.1
Much better. Thanks. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25701.1.1.1
Looks fine for size. by Graeme Ogg #25701.1.1.2
I use the programmes that come with my lap top. by Mike Coupe #25701.1.2
It would be nice if this website got into the 21st century. by Harvey Goranson #25701.2
Facebook and Google and all the sites like that are entities with money up the wazoo. Anyone by Tom Ciryak #25701.2.1
Ability, yes. Time, not until I retire in about 15 years. by Robert Bolin #25701.2.1.1
My point exactly........ (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25701.
Just edit the img tag in the HTML and set a width and height then you needn't maintain two sizes. by Robert Bolin #25701.2.2
I find myself doing something similar. Though I keep both sizes. One to post and the other by Tom Ciryak #25701.2.2.1
A 1916 Packard one-of-one. by Richard Nosker #25700
This is great, Richard. You've got the old style headlamps and... by Scott Brown #25700.1
I see it! The original in the third picture helps, and I think it's a fine early attempt. I by David Holcombe #25700.2
Nice work, Richard. I'm eager to see more. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25700.3
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Interested in the Atlanta Concours d'Elegance, Oct. 19-20? by Dick Browne #25698Moderator
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #25697
Looks good. I like the color. (EOM) by John Merritt #25697.1
Once went to St Martins with Graeme Ogg while on a visit there by John Quilter #25697.2
How do I get rid of smoke odor off a model? by Albert Kopans #25696
Albert Kopans olease email modelcars43atgmail.com (EOM) by Shel Platt #25696.1
Shel..... If you have a solution, please share it with us. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25696.1.1
Have her shower and brush her teeth. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25696.2
ha :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #25696.2.1
The missing years in 1:43 American cars: the brass age (pics) by David Holcombe #25695
I fully agree, David. by Richard Nosker #25695.1
Wow! I would love to see pics of any of those, Richard. (EOM) by Scott Brown #25695.1.1
The best I've been able to do with this era is detailing by John Quilter #25695.1.2
Any possibility of a few pictures? This list looks like a dream sheet to me! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25695.1.3
Here are some more from pics I've made. by Harvey Goranson #25695.1.4
Using Richard's list, here's one that looks interesting: (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.2
And another, one I've heard of and had fun looking up. (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.2.1
Richard's models are superb. I've been lucky enough to see a few photos (EOM) by John Roberts #25695.2.1.1
The "Fatty Arbuckle" 1919 Pierce is one of many that I have by kenneth Hodges #25695.2.1.2
Kenneth, you stumped me on your second favorite, the Heine-Velox. So I looked it up! (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.
It certainly would David, either one of the two remaining by kenneth Hodges #25695.
Perhaps this 1918 Cadillac by Vlad Sorokolat is a harbinger of the future? by Harvey Goranson #25695.3
PICs - From My Collection - '30 Pierce Arrow by John Merritt #25694
I can't understand how this Esval are so beatiful and the Chevy's so ugly ... (EOM) by renato camesasca #25694.1
The '28 Cadillac is superb as well! by Robert Jacobs #25694.1.1
These fine models, aided by your excellent photography, show how Pierce Arrow was clearly by David Holcombe #25694.2
Beautiful cars in a great setting. Very nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25694.3
Now we await Esval's 1920/21 Pierce Arrows....soon ? (EOM) by kenneth Hodges #25694.3.1
It’s been way too long! (EOM) by John Merritt #25694.3.1.1
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Pic rusty Chrysler by renato camesasca #25692
Poor old fellow. It was so common fifty years ago to see rusted cars. Maybe by David Holcombe #25692.1
Many thanx David. (EOM) by renato camesasca #25692.1.1
Looks cool. Great setup. (EOM) by John Merritt #25692.2
many thanx John !! (EOM) by renato camesasca #25692.2.1
Is that a Brooklin Chrysler? (EOM) by Jay Golan #25692.3
correct Jay.. (EOM) by renato camesasca #25692.3.1
A new kit just arrived. For me, it's something different -- it's really new! (pic) by David Holcombe #25691
Testors did a whole line of those 1/43 Hot Rod kits. Have by Ken Smith #25691.1
(PIC) Also were put out by Eagles Race (built) by Frank Gioia #25691.2
Is the darker one purple? (I'm colorblind) by Robert Bolin #25691.2.1
More like a dark Navy Blue (EOM) by Frank Gioia #25691.2.1.1
New Autocult for April by Randy Rusk #25690
The 1934 Thompson house car is totally bonkers....but great by kenneth Hodges #25690.1
Autocult is from the beginning number one for me... by Joop Gisbers #25690.1.1
I agree. I have a couple and like them very much (EOM) by John Roberts #25690.1.1.1
I love both of the Mercedes. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25690.2
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Oldies I still enjoy: (pics) by David Holcombe #25688
PICs: Here's an oldie but a goodie by John Kuvakas #25687
John, you're right: it's certainly a great model that I'm also happy by Alex Taylor #25687.1
There was a limited run of convertibles after this one. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25687.1.1
A great Motor City that was built by Brooklin! (EOM) by Lou Petrucci #25687.1.2
Magnificent! Wish I could find one for less than an arm and a leg. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25687.2
Mark I have two brand new ones if you are interested. (EOM) by Lou Petrucci #25687.2.1
Hi Lou. Yes, I'm interested. Send me an e-mail at by Mark Sweeney #25687.2.1.1
Mark, email is on the way. (EOM) by Lou Petrucci #25687.
Beautiful! I treated myself to this one recently. I am very happy to have it. (EOM) by John Merritt #25687.3
I love this model; the colors make it IMO. I have it and by Jack Dodds #25687.4
Much detail. I love your lighted interior shot, John. Its just like the ads of the day! (EOM) by Randall Olson #25687.5
A real gleaming jewel of a model. Great looking Dodge ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25687.6
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PICS (2of2) --- Season and Holiday diescasts on display (Continued) by Frank Racibozynski #25685
A nice array of special themes, Frank. Thanks. Love the Miura. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25685.1
My thoughts too. Many thanks! (EOM) by John Roberts #25685.1.1
Thank you guys. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25685.1.1.1
I like these, Frank! Both the factory-applied special effects and also by David Holcombe #25685.2
Thanks David. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25685.2.1
PICS (1of2) -- Seasonal and holiday diecasts on display. My wife regularly rotates knick knacks on by Frank Racibozynski #25684
Love the concept Frank. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25684.1
Santa or not, that '54 Lincoln is really special. A real keeper! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25684.2
Thanks fellas. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25684.2.1
Frank, I am a happy owner of a Santa Claus 1953 Lincoln by Alex Taylor #25684.3
Happy Easter Frank! by Harvey Goranson #25684.4
Happy Easter Harvey and Friends. Hope you didn't scratch the paint or lose trim parts. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25684.4.1
Pics of an Edsel by Jani Bodmann #25683
Great choice - when I think of Edsel, that is the color that comes to mind. (EOM) by Ken Smith #25683.1
Beautiful ! One of my 1/18 scale Edsel convertibles is in this color. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25683.2
A very nice model in every respect (EOM) by John Roberts #25683.3
Very nice. I have considered this one a couple of times. (EOM) by John Merritt #25683.4
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For Greenlight collectors: a pair of 1970 Ford short bed pickups by John Quilter #25681
(PICS) ... by Lloyd Mecca #25681.1
The Checker is also available in "Taxi Driver" and "Scrooged" versions. by Harvey Goranson #25681.1.1
Very nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25681.1.2
Neo 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 Futuramic club coupe (pics).... by BenD Lampson #25680
Love this 1/1 and scale model by Keko Romero #25680.1
Looks amazing in red. Better than 1:1 IMO in red. Really like the 1:1 in black and have that NEO. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25680.2
+1 I have the black one and really like it. NEO did a good job on it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25680.2.1
PICs--NEO misidentified this as a Club Coupe. It's a Club Sedan. Brooklin did a '49 Club Coupe. by Frank Racibozynski #25680.3
Interesting. Was the only difference the roof line? What makes on a sedan and the other a coupe? by John Kuvakas #25680.3.1
Club Coupe 101 --- Back in the thirties and forties, coupe was a general term applied to a one seat by Frank Racibozynski #25680.3.1.1
Thanks, Frank. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25680.
Really nice ! These look superb. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25680.4
1:43-scale color translations... by Joop Gisbers #25679
I 'd just be happy if fewer models were launched in black by John Quilter #25679.1
I think we have a wide variety of motivations in collecting. by John Kuvakas #25679.2
I think it is amazing that we have to become adult before we learn by Don Anderson #25679.2.1
Accurate colors on model cars. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #25679.3
Changing colors over time? (pic) Here are two toy cars from by David Holcombe #25679.3.1
I'm a yes and I'm a no. by Jani Bodmann #25679.3.2
I'm for color accuracy as much as possible, the chips are not always accurate but the best by Curtis Parisi #25679.4
Ah yes, the well-known "scale effect" by Graeme Ogg #25679.4.1
At least they're using the right colors! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25679.4.1.1
Ah, you noticed. What a wide-awake chap you are. by Graeme Ogg #25679.
Someone...somewhere...understands! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25679.
If you have the actual chips in hand that is one thing but if you by John Quilter #25679.4.2
Not all monitors are calibrated the same. This has a significant effect on how they portray colors. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25679.4.2.1
And then there is the effect of indoor vs outdoor lighting. by Mark Lampariello #25679.5
I think that's a very wise decision. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25679.5.1
Yes! Pink and green, that's the answer! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #25679.5.2
Agree Mark and photograph a real car in full sun and then in shade ... by Chris Sweetman #25679.5.3
There are so many variables that it is not really possible to by Mike DeTorrice #25679.6
Well said, Mike. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25679.6.1
I need you to make that speech to the rivet counters at the local NMRA club. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25679.6.2
Collecting 1:43 cars for the late 30's - really! (pics) by David Holcombe #25678
Great ol' Hubley's!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #25678.1
PICs - From My Collection - '52 Cadillac by John Merritt #25677
This color; although not a factory one, really suits this car. Very nice! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25677.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today & Some New 1:18 & 1:24 Listings. #25676
PICs - From My Collection - 2018 RAM by John Merritt #25675
John, I think your Ram is just a tad more realistic than my old postal van. (PICs) Congratulations! by David Holcombe #25675.1
YEs, but that postal van had character...or is it just surrounded by characters...hmmmm. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25675.1.1
Maybe so, but yours is great and the accessories are special. (EOM) by John Merritt #25675.1.2
John, your Promasters look very authentic in that setting. by David Knight #25675.2
Brooklin price increase and their new presentation packaging (pics)... by BenD Lampson #25674
That's an outstanding replica. It looks excellent ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25674.1
The improvements in their models have been amazing. Beautiful. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25674.2
A beautiful model. Great photos. (EOM) by John Merritt #25674.3
I am but only an amateur compared to your photos John... by BenD Lampson #25674.3.1
Ben, your photos are excellent. Far clearer and better than many regularly posted on the Forum. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25674.3.1.1
Thank you Frank...most of the credit goes to the ipad camera... by BenD Lampson #25674.
I also use the camera function on my iPad. by Mike Coupe #25674.
lol... I wish that was my pic! I would be sitting on Easy street right about now! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #25674.
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #25673
That is a gem. I have that one too. (EOM) by John Merritt #25673.1
I love those Packards and this model is a beauty, too, but the color is way too loud by Joop Gisbers #25673.2
I like the color... by Keko Romero #25673.2.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Auctions Closing Today & New 1:24 Listings #25672
Pics. 1961 Buick first volume study. by Sergio Goldvarg #25671
Fantastic, I'm really looking forward to this one. (EOM) by Ron Hughes #25671.1
Ooooohhhh Boy! This one is going to be awesome...like all the rest! Choosing a color will be tough. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25671.2
PIC: Here are the colors available by John Kuvakas #25671.2.1
Arctic white over Dublin green poly for moi! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25671.2.1.1
Bimini Blue solid color (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25671.2.1.2
Kerry Green over Turquoise. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25671.2.1.3
Sergio, if you take my advice, the best color combinations for the by Alex Taylor #25671.2.1.4
I will buying all colours by Ron Hughes #25671.
Tampico Red please (EOM) by Ron Hughes #25671.2.1.5
Arctic White over Laguna Blue Poly and solid Laguna Blue Poly were very popular in 1961. +++++ (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25671.2.1.6
This will be ANOTHER Goldvarg must have. I love the 2drht body style. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25671.3
+1 (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25671.3.1
Will this '61 Buick be in addition to the '62 Electra you were developing? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25671.4
Dear Mark Lampariello, yes ,both 1961 & 1962 Buicks are in development. (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #25671.4.1
Uh-ohhh...I better get my wallet on a calisthenics regimen for an upcoming workout! by Mark Lampariello #25671.4.1.1
Very excited about a 1961 Buick. However, the interior indicates an Electra series car, and (PIC) by Brian Laurance #25671.5
What happened here? The first prototype shown months ago had the correct Electra roofline. by David Crowe #25671.6
Dear David Crowe, the photos I published previously are from the 1962 Buick Electra. by Sergio Goldvarg #25671.6.1
I remembered incorrectly. You showed a 1961 Olds 98 two door hardtop, not a 1961 Electra. by David Crowe #25671.6.1.1
But your point regarding the roofline for the '61 Electra is still important, David. It's the same, by Brian Laurance #25671.
The roof should be higher and the rear B pillar thinner. (EOM) by Joe Libricz #25671.6.2
One side has four vents and one only three (but a hole where a fourth should be) by Robert Bolin #25671.7
Anyone know where to get Altaya parts? by Frank Gioia #25670
I'm not sure of the connection, but it seems at least some models by IXO are by David Holcombe #25670.1
I doubt you'll be successful Frank. The only way may be to buy a second model (EOM) by John Roberts #25670.2
Altaya is part of DeAgostini by Marius Woolley #25670.3
Definitely the way to go - I experienced it with wheels for their trucks. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #25670.3.1
PICs - From My Collection - '55 Lincoln by John Merritt #25669
Wow what a great scene, (EOM) by Shel Platt #25669.1
+1 Very well done! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25669.1.1
A fine display. Thanks for posting it! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25669.2
Excellent! You've outdone yourself...again, John. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25669.3
Reviving a Minimarque '34 Packard Speedster (PICs) by David Holcombe #25668
Great restoration David! (EOM) by John Roberts #25668.1
Your enjoyment of this hobby is an inspiration to us all. And I just hope by Don Anderson #25668.1.1
Beautiful restoration, David. There is something very satisfying bringing an old model back to life. by David Knight #25668.1.1.1
Excellent job David. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25668.
Fine work David! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25668.2
Great looking Packard! (EOM) by Ken Smith #25668.2.1
Beautiful model, beautiful job! Congrats. (EOM) by John Merritt #25668.3
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today #25667
Here are a couple of PICS of my Penske Sunoco transporter. by Tom Ciryak #25666
Very nice work ! (EOM) by Ken Smith #25666.1
A little more cleanup and primer will be sprayed. Then the interior color. by Tom Ciryak #25666.2
Great work Tom. Can't wait to see the finished model (EOM) by John Roberts #25666.2.1
+1 (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25666.2.1.1
+1 more. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25666.
Looking good Tom. Anxious to see the finished product. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25666.3
+1 (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #25666.3.1
Wow! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25666.4
Nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25666.5
PICs - From My Collection - Lincoln by John Merritt #25665
I've got the black MkS that looks very much like the 2015 we had. I little more chrome on the real by Tom Ciryak #25665.1
John, those are beautiful. Who is the manufacturer and are they resin? (EOM) by David Knight #25665.2
I believe these are Luxury Collectibles AKA Luxury Diecast by John Quilter #25665.2.1
Yes they are and they are both resin. (EOM) by John Merritt #25665.2.1.1
Been getting off my duff and finally getting back to working on the Penske Sunoco by Tom Ciryak #25664
Pics? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25664.1
Coming shortly (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25664.1.1
Ken Spear - Please email me by Ken Smith #25663
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… 1:18, 1:24 & 1:43 Auctions Closing Today #25662
PICs - From My Collection - '41 Cadillac by John Merritt #25661
I love this GLM Cadillac fast back. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25661.1
Beautiful model with great photography. Thanks for posting, John. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25661.2
Great work John.The 1941 model year is my favorite Cadillac. GLM by Ken Spear #25661.2.1
One of my all time favorite models. Love the pictures and the background. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25661.3
She's a beauty !. The next GLM's 1941 Cadillacs will be stunning too ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #25661.4
That's a real gem of a Cadillac model. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25661.5
John - Might I ask where you got the OK used cars billboard? by Ken Smith #25661.6
From an eBay vendor... by John Merritt #25661.6.1
Thanks John - Found just what I needed ! (EOM) by Ken Smith #25661.6.1.1
When rallying still had some romance to it (pics) by Jani Bodmann #25660
That's a great model Jani. I don't have that one in my French Collection....must look for it! (EOM) by John Roberts #25660.1
I like it! And the white walls look just right. Detailing looks good, too. Congratulations! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25660.2
Panhard by Jacques Roest #25660.3
Panhard did a lot with relatively little displacement. (EOM) by David Larsen #25660.3.1
And only two cylinders! (EOM) by John Quilter #25660.3.1.1
Although I'm a big Citroen fan I don't think the company developed Panhard.. by John Roberts #25660.
Brooklin Diaries for April 5 by John Kuvakas #25659
Very interesting as usual. Thanks for posting! (EOM) by Ken Smith #25659.1
PICs: A very special model in Bob Jackman's collection by John Kuvakas #25658
WOW! That is outstanding. (EOM) by John Merritt #25658.1
Brooklin would do well to consider the sedan. by David Crowe #25658.2
The result must be of great satisfaction. It's a beauty! And from a master, too! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25658.3
Good Idea, Brooklin can make a sedan out of the pickup and/or the coupe (EOM) by Jacques Roest #25658.4
Excellent! Congrats to both Bob and JR for this beauty. JR's talents by Rick Thompson #25658.5
Bob, you are very lucky. I think we are fortunate to know such skilled creators of 1:43 models. (EOM) by Randall Olson #25658.6
Incredible. At first glance I thought it was the actual car. (EOM) by David Knight #25658.7
I love to see these type creations by skilled modifiers using other models as a base (EOM) by John Quilter #25658.8
Thanks for the kind comments everyone. I don't make many models these days... by John Roberts #25658.8.1
Excellent ! That's a terrific Studebaker conversion. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #25658.9
Decal posts and JQ's excellent Fords got me thinking.... by John Roberts #25657
Dremel! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #25657.1
+1! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25657.1.1
Agree with Mark about the Dremel tool - Have had one by Ken Smith #25657.1.2
Jeweler's saw (in addition to Dremel. by Harvey Goranson #25657.2
Great minds ..... by Graeme Ogg #25657.2.1
Pic: Graeme, I just got back from our local Hobby Town by David Knight #25657.2.1.1
LOL Luv it and a few tools I never thought of adding to my work shop (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25657.2.1.2
Pics: Like Mark, David, and Ken, I’ve relied on a Dremel by David Knight #25657.3
Help full hobby products by Paul Patterson #25657.4
If you will indulge me, here is some of my story and techniques by John Quilter #25657.5
A great thread on tools and such. Much learned today (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25657.6
I'm another member of the Dremel brigade with one that's.. by John Roberts #25657.6.1
Those are the attributes of an artist. Funny though I never thought by Don Anderson #25657.6.1.1
No, Don, it doesn't really steady the hands. However ... by Graeme Ogg #25657.
While I started out with plastic model kits in the mid 1950's, I am by Ken Spear #25657.
And speaking of 3d printing here is one on EBay, a 1957 Chevrolet wagon by John Quilter #25657.
Pics: I’d like to see them make: professional cars by Platinum Coachworks by David Knight #25656
I've heard somewhere that folks are just dying to ride in those. by Don Anderson #25656.1
I'm with you Don! Sky Blue is much better. (EOM) by John Roberts #25656.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Auctions Closing Today #25655
PIC - New in my collection by Keko Romero #25654
The Pegaso is a beauty! I've never seen this model and I like it. Thanks for posting it. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25654.1
+1 (EOM) by John Roberts #25654.1.1
Really diggin' that Pegaso too! Truly attractive colour on it. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #25654.2
"About Handbuilt Models" by Chris Sweetman. I have just been reading this by David Holcombe #25653
Seems like a lot of content came from Randall Olson on the link you provided David. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25653.1
Randall is another of the Forum 43 historians whom I rely on. I often by David Holcombe #25653.1.1
Hi Guys. A bit of background - Chris Sweetman kindly provided an informative by Randall Olson #25653.1.1.1
Many thanks David and Randall - yes Randall invited me to write a passage …. by Chris Sweetman #25653.
. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25653.2
PICs - From My Collection - '63 Oldsmobile by John Merritt #25652
And a few other versions I came up with by John Quilter #25652.1
Honestly, no offense meant here guys, but is this the body style by Don Anderson #25652.1.1
Umm, actually, sales of big, comfortable Oldsmobiles were by Mike DeTorrice #25652.1.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - '57 Oldsmobile by John Merritt #25651
Brooklin did a nice job with this casting and it’s one of the favorites in my collection! by Lou Petrucci #25651.1
Have it and really like it (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25651.2
My new toy 2019 GMC Terrain Denali. Hoping someone comes out with a 1:43 by Tom Ciryak #25650
Nice! Congratulations! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25650.1
Very nice toy in full scale and yes, it would be great in 1:43. by David Knight #25650.2
Actually it's the wife's but I get to drive it. Lincoln lease was up LOL (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25650.2.1
Looking good. I am actually in the market for a new car. That is one I am considering. (EOM) by John Merritt #25650.3
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today #25649
1955 Ford Sunliner kit by CCC by John Quilter #25648
Nice work as always John. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #25648.1
Very nice indeed. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25648.2
Very good and excellent choice of colors. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25648.3
Very nice. Both of them are great colors. Great work. (EOM) by John Merritt #25648.4
Agree with all prior comments - Great job and very by Ken Smith #25648.5
Fine work, John. I like your work! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25648.6
CCC kits by Fred Lewis #25648.7
Very Nice (EOM) by Jacques Roest #25648.8
Those were great kits. by Joe Libricz #25648.9
The mention of the decals that came with this kit has me wondering by Don Anderson #25648.10
Decals: A couple of years ago I attempted "decal making" with mixed by David Holcombe #25648.10.1
Decal Printing by Marius Woolley #25648.10.1.1
I have made some decals but what I think we are after is by John Quilter #25648.
I am fairly encouraged to see the response of you three with the by Don Anderson #25648.
An attempt to replicate a badge by John Quilter #25648.
A challenge by Maz Woolley #25648.
You can always photoetch then airbrush the badges. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25648.
I've had better luck with a laser printer. Colors more vibrant and the saturation of color much by Tom Ciryak #25648.
Does anyone have a source that will do custom decals ? (EOM) by Ken Smith #25648.10.2
A little bit more in MAR Online by Maz Woolley #25648.11
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICs: Auctions Closing Today #25647
1964 Ford Econoline Club Wagon for Ford commercial collectors by John Quilter #25646
Very nice, John. Where did you find yours? (EOM) by David Knight #25646.1
Diecast Direct, Frankfort, Kentucky (EOM) by John Quilter #25646.1.1
Thanks, John. (EOM) by David Knight #25646.1.1.1
Is it the same casting as the Bond Econoline? by Marius Woolley #25646.2
The Bond Econoline casting was the 2nd generation by John Quilter #25646.2.1
Hey John.... I owned a nice 1974 Econoline 'Supervan'.... by BenD Lampson #25646.2.1.1
Filling in the windows by John Quilter #25646.
Looks good, I might need to get one of those. (EOM) by John Merritt #25646.3
Storage tip for boxes. by Jay Golan #25645
Also you can make some great gifts of cat litter for people who just by Don Anderson #25645.1
Condescending and rude, but some people just don't get it. (EOM) by Miles Germain #25645.1.1
Pics: Brooklin’s ‘54 Cadillac at home. by David Knight #25644
I like this! Thanks for posting your fine photos. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25644.1
One of my favorite houses in the world! by David Crowe #25644.2
Hope these folks can afford some pool furniture this year! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25644.3
No doubt it's in the garage for the winter, John. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #25644.3.1
The shingles, the paving bricks, the double hung windows... That's some amazing modeling, sir! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25644.4
Thanks, Robert, the world of 1:43 is a nice place to live. (EOM) by David Knight #25644.4.1
Pics: Martha’s Vineyard summer House then and now by David Knight #25644.5
Truly fine detail work, David. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25644.5.1
Thanks, John, it’s been fun over the years. by David Knight #25644.5.1.1
What a wonderful family tradition. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #25644.
Joe Libricz-Please contact me at kohalich@gmail.com. Thank you! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #25643
Joe Libricz-Please contact me at kohalich@gmail.com. Thank you! (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #25642
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… 1:18 & 1:24 Auctions Closing Today #25641
New Squire? by dennis Brown #25640
Pic: Indeed, this would be killer in orange. by David Knight #25640.1
I would buy a Pinto Squire Wagon. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #25640.1.1
It was a cute little wagon but I'm not sure a model of it would sell enough to make it viable. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25640.2
Variety: by dennis Brown #25640.2.1
If one was done I would buy it; I just wonder how many others would. Hope it gets done. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25640.2.1.1
1947 CADILLAC 75 by REVOLUTION 43 (pics) by David Holcombe #25639
Good job! Looks to be a great addition to your collection. (EOM) by Ken Smith #25639.1
Nice work, David! You're more courageous than I. Great colour decision. (EOM) by Randall Olson #25639.2
Nice work David! A great result. (EOM) by John Roberts #25639.3
Nice Caddy ! love the color. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #25639.4
Nice Cadillac, great color. Good luck with the deck. (EOM) by John Merritt #25639.5
Pics: Holy Toledo! Jeep’s new Pickup becomes a reality. by David Knight #25638
The Gladiator is on my list of future replacements for my current Jeep. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #25638.1
I almost bought a Larado many many years ago but was more expensive than a chevy (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25638.2
My first Jeep was a Grand Cherokee Laredo. by Robert Bolin #25638.2.1
When the Durango came out I jumped on having one. Best Buy of the time (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25638.2.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Pics: 1:24 & 1:43 Auctions Closing Today #25637
Anyone know what make these transports are? by Tom Ciryak #25636
These look like Fiats Tom. (EOM) by John Roberts #25636.1
They are Fiats (EOM) by Fitzgerald Ireland #25636.1.1
Fiat Ducato? by Graeme Ogg #25636.2
Fiat version of the US Ram Promaster? Styling is similiar by John Quilter #25636.3
Hmmmm Wonder if I can modify one to replicate a Mercedes AMG F1 transporter? by Tom Ciryak #25636.3.1
Pics: Fiat Ducato/Ram Promaster by David Knight #25636.3.2
Just bought a couple rams. Hopefully I'll be able to convert them (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25636.3.2.1
Would love to see pictures during and after conversion. (EOM) by David Knight #25636.
Fiat first then RAM. by Marius Woolley #25636.3.3
Thanks guys! Much appreciated. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25636.4
I thought I had to share with you a novel way to display your 1/43 by Don Anderson #25635
Very nice, Don. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #25635.1
+1 ! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #25635.1.1
One suggestion I would make Don. by Harvey Goranson #25635.2
Another alternative is Department 56 brick, cobblestone or blacktop by Allan Ording #25635.2.1
Someone once suggested placing the cars on dominoes by Jay Golan #25635.2.2
Vey nice!! (EOM) by Keko Romero #25635.3
I like them. Well done, Don. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25635.4
Impressive and a good idea. Follow Harv's advice though on the shelves (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25635.5
They look great! One small point that you may find helpful is to by Jack Dodds #25635.6
I did consider the glass shelf idea, but when the additional weight by Don Anderson #25635.6.1
Ha but I don't think so. With the size of your displays you can get away with 1/8 thick glass cuttin by Tom Ciryak #25635.6.1.1
Use clear plexiglass. It is light easy to work with and readily available. Thats what I used........ by Randy Bahler #25635.
I've used it myself but it scratches easily. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #25635.
Felt strips with adhesive backing provide a dust seal for my display doors. They're the type used as by Frank Racibozynski #25635.6.2
very clever and skilled (EOM) by Geoff Jowett #25635.7
Brooklin to expand the Pink Collection by Harvey Goranson #25634
Those two-tones are a perfect idea - thanks for your input, Harvey! (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #25634.1
Pink Collection models scheduled for the rest of 2019 are as follows: by John Roberts #25634.2
John, let me correct your mistake: in 1955, Buick used no by Alex Taylor #25634.2.1
May I suggest you actually read the posts first Alex... by John Roberts #25634.2.1.1
(pics) To further encourage BRK, I submit "pinks" from the early spring of the by David Holcombe #25634.3
Harvey, I submit that this young lady is awaiting a pink version of her by Curtis Parisi #25634.4
I had a feeling it would have a California plate...... :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25634.4.1
Yes, we get them all out here. I feel so lucky... (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #25634.4.1.1
Ha! like it. (EOM) by John Roberts #25634.
I know that car! It was frequently at local car shows by John Quilter #25634.4.2
Color spoils this rare car BUT I do like her style and enthusiasm! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25634.4.2.1
OK, did anyone catch on here? by Harvey Goranson #25634.5
Enjoy the day! I have. (EOM) by David Holcombe #25634.5.1
Nice one Harvey! You got me for sure!! (EOM) by John Roberts #25634.5.2
+1 Me too......hahaha! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #25634.5.2.1
Don't know what's under the hoods but you've found by John Quilter #25634.5.3
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