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1961 and 1962 Mercury Comets by Raymond Paszkiewicz #26277
In looking a Google images of '61 & '62 Comets by John Quilter #26277.1
With so many Goldvarg subjects In Development, how about an Audience Polling? by Mark Lampariello #26276
I plan on getting them all and I'm sure there are many others who will do the same. by Jack Dodds #26276.1
Sergio is already doing that on Facebook. by Harvey Goranson #26276.2
And considering Mopars how about some 1950-52 Plymouths? by John Quilter #26276.2.1
I agree....a great group rarely done to date. I would buy them for sure. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26276.2.1.1
That is really great news about Mopars; thanks for the update! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26276.2.2
I must be missing something, what's the Mopar great news? (EOM) by John Quilter #26276.2.2.1
Please see post 26276.2 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26276.
1962/3 Imperial Lebaron 4 door -- with oval steering wheel and pushbutton trans (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #26276.2.3
The 60 Imperial would get my money (EOM) by Ron Hughes #26276.2.3.1
Would be interested in the Cad if it was a Coupe deVille. (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #26276.3
Models to be displayed at Dayton Concours by Ken Smith #26275
More Goldvargs "in development". I notice that Sergio by Jack Dodds #26274
The Cadillac looks already amazing... by Jean Philippe Sergent #26274.1
Hoping for a '64 Coupe DeVille option... (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #26274.2
No doubt that will come IMO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26274.2.1
I'd be interested in this version too. ;) (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #26274.2.2
1961 Comet should look like this but way better as a Goldvarg by John Quilter #26274.3
John, do you recall the body styles for this car? Was there a 2dr. ht.? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26274.3.1
No 2 door hardtop Comet until '63 by John Quilter #26274.3.1.1
Thanks John. There was a higher trim level 2dr. sedan in '61 though right? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26274.
I think in '60, '61 and later, the higher trim levels cars by John Quilter #26274.
Thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26274.
Escalade Service Car detailing vendors... by Lloyd Mecca #26273
Thank you so much for the infos ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #26273.1
And now, the rest of the story (thank you Paul Harvey) by Robert Bolin #26272
As this wasn't really 43 or automobile, I'll do future p/e kits on the Lounge. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26272.1
Looks great, Robert. IMO our collections need at times a little extra dimension, by David Holcombe #26272.2
(PICS) Theme #5: 1/43 Vintage and classic German trucks (minichamps and Schuco) by Clifford Read #26271
Those have some amazing fine detail. by Robert Bolin #26271.1
Another fan of German classic trucks here by Keko Romero #26271.2
These are all beautiful but I have had to draw the line and resist buying them. by Harvey Goranson #26271.3
I'm not suggesting anyone must buy them. Just trying...... by Clifford Read #26271.3.1
Magnificant models. Thanks for posting. Could the Opel Blitz by John Quilter #26271.4
Yes, they certainly did. Both were General Motors designs. (EOM) by Clifford Read #26271.4.1
1948 Pontiac Streamlined Woodie prototypes by Sergio Goldvarg #26270
This will be a "must have" for me.....very nice job Sergio! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26270.1
These look great Sergio!....reserve me both colors (EOM) by BenD Lampson #26270.2
Dear BenD Lampson, please send me an email to info@goldvargcollection.com (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #26270.2.1
Fantastic! I will have to get both colors. Just a long shot but I just have to ask, any by Curtis Parisi #26270.3
Very interesting! I would buy one in 1:43 for sure. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26270.3.1
Light green for sure and possibly both. I normally don't buy multiple by Bob Jackman #26270.3.2
The light green will be the must have for me (EOM) by Jacques Roest #26270.4
+1 light green (EOM) by Ken Spear #26270.4.1
Yeah!!! One for me please!!! by Keko Romero #26270.5
1948 pontiac by Alan Dinsmore #26270.6
Sergio, I reserved one when first announced: make it Lt. Green Por Favor. (EOM) by J.D. Simmons #26270.7
dear J.D. Simmons, yes, I have your pre-order in my files. Best regards! (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #26270.7.1
This is a winner that will sell out. Gorgeous! (EOM) by Randall Olson #26270.8
beautiful, I particulary like the green one. (EOM) by Johan Bjorndahl #26270.9
(pic) Kess 1958 Chrysler New Yorker Wagon.New release? by Ken Spear #26269
I checked on pictures of the 1:1. Here are a couple just for information. (pics) by David Holcombe #26269.1
Other tha the wide whites, I think it looks pretty good. by Joe Libricz #26269.1.1
Don't get me started, Ken! by Graeme Ogg #26269.2
If the model wasn't labeled I would have a difficult time knowing what it was. by Bob Jackman #26269.2.1
+1 (EOM) by Skip Johnson #26269.2.1.1
Looks like a Tintin version of the real car, (EOM) by Jay Golan #26269.3
Ah yes, the "Tintin" look. That describes it perfectly. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #26269.3.1
No match for Goldvarg quality and precision. No thanks. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26269.4
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… There has not been an auction update in over two weeks #26268
Thanks, John. I usually check the auctions daily, but there hasn't been a lot by David Holcombe #26268.1
Yes, welcome back and thank you for all your work! John, if people would routinely by Randall Olson #26268.2
Hmmmm, 24 hrs and two responses. (EOM) by Randall Olson #26268.3
Factory colours by dennis Brown #26267
Yes. Some info inside... by John Sharisky #26267.1
Yes, John. Mike does a great job on the stock colors. I have had very good success with his product. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #26267.1.1
Thanks to Clifford, John Q and John R for enlivening the Forum with recent photos by Randall Olson #26266
Michel Gouverneur: per your request all 35 wagons by John Quilter #26265
More wagons! Just been looking through my photos.... by John Roberts #26264
Should have captioned these in case anyone looks... by John Roberts #26264.1
More evidence of your fine work, John. Many thanks for posting. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26264.1.1
Very nice! My faves are the Consul Estate, Austin Countryman and by Jack Dodds #26264.1.2
Please post more! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #26264.1.3
The Slumber Coach is really outstanding. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26264.2
I really like the Austin Countryman pair by John Quilter #26264.3
Ref: my description - I made them. In those days BRK .. by John Roberts #26264.3.1
Love the last pic with the travel trailer. What is the car and who made the trailer? (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #26264.4
see 26264.1 Tom...details there. Thanks, John (EOM) by John Roberts #26264.4.1
Car is an old Brooklin Packard Tom (EOM) by John Roberts #26264.4.2
Thanks all for your kind comments! (EOM) by John Roberts #26264.4.2.1
PICS - Land Rover and Monteverdi by Keko Romero #26263
Very nice groups Keko! by Harvey Goranson #26263.1
Really nice Harv... by Keko Romero #26263.1.1
I like these, Keko. Here's one (pic) that I'm thinking of starting. by David Holcombe #26263.2
Cool!!! by Keko Romero #26263.2.1
Heller kits by Marius Woolley #26263.2.2
I really like the Monteverde. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26263.3
Does a Neo dis-assemble/re-assemble easily? I want to correct a '74 Buick LeSabre conv. Thanks! (EOM) by John Sharisky #26262
I was tasked with taking a Matrix apart....I looked and declined!... by John Roberts #26262.1
Be prepared... by carl parrish #26262.2
It looks much easier than it is... by Robert Jacobs #26262.2.1
I was hoping to change an interior color. (EOM) by John Sharisky #26262.2.1.1
I'm even wary about removing resin models from the baseplate. by Mike Coupe #26262.3
What he said. +1 (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26262.3.1
+2! (EOM) by Randall Olson #26262.3.1.1
-1 I've never had a problem and have removed all models that come with base plates. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #26262.3.2
But have you ever then tried to re attach them? by Robert Jacobs #26262.3.2.1
I tried to disassemble a BoS Corvair Corsa, but it was impossible. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #26262.4
Good to know. I was going to get an extra one to convert by John Quilter #26262.4.1
Just to add to my previous post, by carl parrish #26262.5
Glues by John Quilter #26262.5.1
Elmers has been available in a clear formula for a few years now. (EOM) by John Sharisky #26262.5.1.1
I tried to remove the backseat of their Rolls 2 door . The body broke apart by Mark Lampariello #26262.6
ESVAL models by Raymond Paszkiewicz #26262.6.1
I think the details are attached after the chassis is on the base. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26262.6.1.1
I have found with older kits that resin becomes more brittle with age... by John Roberts #26262.6.2
In the old days resin was really brittle - Rampini, Record, MRF, etc. by Harvey Goranson #26262.6.2.1
(Pics) 1932 Maybach Zeppelin by Minichamps by Jani Bodmann #26261
Nice modifcations Jani. I have this one too. by Harvey Goranson #26261.1
Good job Jani... by Keko Romero #26261.2
While taking the pics of the Rambler wagon .... by Graeme Ogg #26260
The right side lettering is attached inversely - all you need is a mirror ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #26260.1
Oh, the hazards of having models built by those who don't speak the language.... (EOM) by Rick Thompson #26260.1.1
Graeme, when building models, I sometimes attempt to apply tiny little by David Holcombe #26260.2
Floating decals by Fred Lewis #26260.2.1
Thanks, Fred. I learned that nice method a while back, purely by accident. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26260.2.1.1
Dear Graeme, by Sergio Goldvarg #26260.3
Now THAT is customer service! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26260.3.1
Classy! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26260.3.2
It sure is. (EOM) by Allan Ording #26260.3.2.1
And he didn't require destruction of the old one like Automodello did! by Harvey Goranson #26260.
Harv, you forgot to post, "Warning, Graphic content!" (EOM) by Randall Olson #26260.
You should lhave earned to use Photoshop. by Robert Bolin #26260.
Classy and professional....so refreshing! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26260.3.2.2
Dear Sergio by Graeme Ogg #26260.3.3
Dear Graeme, thanks so much for your kind words! by Sergio Goldvarg #26260.3.3.1
One more wagon - from Neo (PICs) by Harvey Goranson #26259
Nice, better than my home made one from a Minichamps by John Quilter #26259.1
Looks good to me! Thanks for posting this one, John. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26259.1.1
Looks good to me too! (EOM) by John Roberts #26259.1.1.1
[PICS] One happy cross country rambler by Graeme Ogg #26258
Great pics. Graeme. All I see is a beautiful Royal Blue. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26258.1
I take most of my photos on a leftover piece of plywood from a kitchen cabinet installation. by Harvey Goranson #26258.2
Some pictures from an "obsessive nerd." (PICs) by David Holcombe #26258.3
I see it as Kimberley blue myself....am I color-blind? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26258.4
john ,among yours pics there are a lot of by Michel Gouverneur #26257
OK, per request all 35 wagons pictured in my post below have been identifed by John Quilter #26257.1
Response to Jack Dodds post some way below. by Mike Coupe #26256
Well....I didn't realize that Mike! Its one of those songs that sticks in by Jack Dodds #26256.1
A couple of fire trucks, and more. (pics) by David Holcombe #26255
(PICS) A Quartet of Ebbro 1/43 Toyopets....'55 Sedan and three '59 'Others" by Clifford Read #26254
And a much older Masterline (PIC). by Harvey Goranson #26254.1
Maybe i'm late in the news but i just come to see on Brooklin website by Michel Lemieux #26253
I can't see the Black version of Chrysler Town Country,Michelle (EOM) by renato camesasca #26253.1
Here is the link, Renato. by Michel Lemieux #26253.1.1
Michelle,never ordered directly,only by Ebay or dealer in Germany or U.K...But by renato camesasca #26253.1.1.1
Pics- Do you have the new Brooklin catalogue 2019-2020? by Michel Lemieux #26253.
ok,but in this color where do you find .. (EOM) by renato camesasca #26253.
The Chrysler in Black is on the Brooklin website, Renato. by Michel Lemieux #26253.
Michelle,ok I find it just now ..Many thanx (EOM) by renato camesasca #26253.
De nada, Renato. (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #26253.
Mnay thanx Michelle (EOM) by renato camesasca #26253.
The first BRK-built Town & Country was black to match... by John Roberts #26253.1.2
Thank you, John. However, I did not see the Town and Country in Black listed on Brasilia Press Inc. by Michel Lemieux #26253.1.2.1
Yes, I've made several purchases from Brooklin and I live in the USA. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26253.
Directly on their online website? John. by Michel Lemieux #26253.
Buying direct from Brooklin, I use PayPal and there are no customs charges. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26253.
You are fortunate. I pay always Canadian custom charge if the sellers by Michel Lemieux #26253.
The black version was made for the Bulgari Collection... by John Roberts #26253.
We are not being kept up to date by John Scrivens #26253.
I wasn't aware of the black Chrysler T&C either and by Mike Coupe #26253.2
The black version is very nice but IMO the metallic maroon is perfect. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26253.3
I agree, Jack. I have only one woody in black the BRK 1948 Buick Roadmaster wagon but by Michel Lemieux #26253.3.1
Whoa, And still more station wagons by John Quilter #26252
That Jag (last pic, bottom right) is amazing. by Robert Bolin #26252.1
That is a NEO replica of a very rare custom conversion by John Quilter #26252.1.1
I'll see your Jag, and raise you a Bentley. by Harvey Goranson #26252.2
Nice, a Matrix I presume? (EOM) by John Quilter #26252.2.1
Matrix Jag, GLM Bentley (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26252.2.1.1
No Marina in pics. Take it some are Bijou transkits (EOM) by Marius Woolley #26252.3
(PICS) Theme #4: Let's shake this place up a bit...European farm equipment by Clifford Read #26251
Outstanding models. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26251.1
Great! I found a couple on my shelves that might interest some. (PICs) by David Holcombe #26251.2
This Ferrari and Porsche fit in well with this theme! (PIC) by Harvey Goranson #26251.3
Good ones, Harvey! But I don't envy your plowing of that field. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26251.3.1
And a Leyland and David Brown tractors by John Quilter #26251.4
If I remember correctly, we saw the same thing happen last year. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26250
Huh? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26250.1
I think John is off his meds again :-) (EOM) by BenD Lampson #26250.1.1
Over and over again.. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #26250.2
John, I think that was 2 years ago. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #26250.3
I agree, John. Italy's holiday season gave us a pause in BRK's publications. And I miss them. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26250.4
Sorry, gents. David got it. I was talking about the lack of Brooklin updates. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26250.5
Pics for Clifford Read: Very rare LWB 1952 Chevy woody and 1955 GMC pickup by Jacques Roest #26249
Thanks Jacques...I always enjoy seeing models not often shown (especially old trucks) (EOM) by Clifford Read #26249.1
Great 55 Chevy Pickup! Thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26249.2
A relaxing Saturday evening build. by Robert Bolin #26248
You're a brave man! Looks fascinating (EOM) by John Roberts #26248.1
Yep (fascination url inside) by Robert Bolin #26248.1.1
This is my third one so far. by Robert Bolin #26248.1.2
Interresting. Can we see the result.Is it a streetcar? Do you have to cut out PE sheet, or is it by Jacques Roest #26248.2
Printed flat sheet but parts are well cut so you need only snip a couple of tabs. by Robert Bolin #26248.2.1
I look forward to the rest of the story. Thanks for the post! (EOM) by David Holcombe #26248.3
The rest of the story will be posted later tonight. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26248.3.1
Lloyd Mecca - Please email me at by Ken Smith #26247
Done (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #26247.1
(PICS) Theme #3: Sedan deliveries.....Panel vans based on passenger cars by Clifford Read #26246
I like the Ford Falcon in the 1st. photo. (EOM) by Brian Cox #26246.1
And see also additional staton wagons on earlier post below (EOM) by John Quilter #26246.2
Four Fords to visit your fine fleet! (pics) by David Holcombe #26246.3
Pics: 2 converted Brooklin sedan deliverys by Jacques Roest #26246.4
PICS - A contribution from my collection... by Keko Romero #26246.5
I've been overseas. Anyone know why the Brooklin diaries haven't been updated? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26245
Martyn maybe on holidays. factory is open. Amanda shipped the new Buicks to my dealer (EOM) by Jacques Roest #26245.1
JK, I sent you an email about this. I know you're probably swamped by Rick Thompson #26245.2
I saw it, Rick. Thanks. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26245.2.1
Martyn sent photos to the new Italian company that now does the website.... by John Roberts #26245.3
The whole company on holiday ? by John Scrivens #26245.3.1
If I remember it happened before by Marius Woolley #26245.3.1.1
(PICS) Theme #2 (more esoteric): 1/43 Three-wheeled light trucks by Clifford Read #26244
"Cliff's Toy Truck". I love it! Nicely done. (EOM) by Randall Olson #26244.1
Lovely, sweet, attractive. Photo 1 upper row, which models? not all Tempo? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #26244.2
The other three on the back row are Goliaths (EOM) by Clifford Read #26244.2.1
These are very cool! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26244.3
Pic: 3 wheel truck as seen in the Louwman Museum by Jacques Roest #26244.4
(Pic) I could find only one in my collection, not a truck, and it's an oldie. by David Holcombe #26244.4.1
Hey - I've got one of those. by Harvey Goranson #26244.4.1.1
(PICS) Station Wagon Theme...A few domestic, foreign, resin, and diecast by Clifford Read #26243
PIC Good idea and a nice fleet! And one more foreigner in resin... by Ralf Buyer #26243.1
Just out of interest .... by Graeme Ogg #26243.2
It's a limited production prototype Holden FJ wagon in 1/43 by ARMCO (EOM) by Clifford Read #26243.2.1
Thanks for this! My fave foreigns are the Borgward and Volvo wagons and Volvo Duett. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26243.3
PIC A special Volvo from Denmark... by Ralf Buyer #26243.3.1
Many thanks, Clifford. I recognize a few old favorites, (pic) but many of these by David Holcombe #26243.4
Excellent photos, Clifford. These are very nice models. I have the Ebbro Toyopet Master SW, too. (EOM) by Randall Olson #26243.4.1
Clifford, Good theme, nice pictures and nice model cars. Good idea to collect only by Jacques Roest #26243.5
(PICS) A few more foreign diecast versions (they were hiding on the shelf) by Clifford Read #26243.6
PICS - A contribution... by Keko Romero #26243.6.1
I love the Vauxhall Friary Estate in particular. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26243.6.2
(PICS) And a couple of additional domestic wagons (hiding again) by Clifford Read #26243.7
The Motorhead series of cars were well done; especially the '59 Fords. by Jack Dodds #26243.7.1
Quality control may have been an issue. I seem to recall prices were slashed on them not long ... by Harvey Goranson #26243.7.1.1
(PICS) Some of them could have used a little more obvious detail....the '60 Ford... by Clifford Read #26243.7.1.2
Nicely done. (EOM) by John Quilter #26243.
Whoa... did someone say wagons?? by John Quilter #26243.8
(PICS) Lately, I have noticed the Cadillac dealers... by Lloyd Mecca #26242
Pretty cool, Lloyd ! Any of these Cadillac roadside assistant vehicles are great subjects. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #26242.1
Well done! I like this kind of work, especially when it's as well done as this one. Great! (EOM) by David Holcombe #26242.2
Excellent work, Lloyd. Glad to see you're still having fun! (EOM) by Randall Olson #26242.3
Very good idea Lloyd ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #26242.4
Just received the NEO 1958 Rambler Station Wagon and it is by Bob Jackman #26241
Excellent addition, Bob ! I always found this version of the Rambler a really interesting design. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #26241.1
Great news...mine is en route. Is the color a purple-blue? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26241.2
Yes, pleased to hear Neo have done a good job on this one.. by Graeme Ogg #26241.2.1
Graeme see my post to Jack. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26241.2.1.1
Jack I don't see purple but that may be my eyes. I see the color as by Bob Jackman #26241.2.2
Sounds good. Maybe some online pics are just a little over-exposed. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #26241.2.2.1
Presume it's this colour? by carl parrish #26241.3
Thanks for your thoughts, Bob. I will be getting this one for sure. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #26241.4
Mark, I feel certain that you will like this model. Jack and Graeme by Bob Jackman #26241.4.1
Will do Bob. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26241.4.1.1
[belongs under Keko's post just below] Neo just made yet another color of the '58: by Mark Lampariello #26240
Rolls Royce Corniche by Prestige (pics) by David Holcombe #26239
Great color choice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26239.1
One of the best detailed models I have ever received (PICS). by Harvey Goranson #26238
Yes but what a T57 model it is -wow! (EOM) by Marius Woolley #26238.1
wow, indeed.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #26238.2
WOW! That is a must have! GORGEOUS! by Robert Bolin #26238.3
Speechless.. What a great find. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #26238.4
This is what the adjective, "stunning" was created for. (EOM) by Randall Olson #26238.5
Beautiful! Is this typical of Evrat? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26238.6
I have one other Evrat John, which I posted here a while back. by Harvey Goranson #26238.6.1
Thanks, Harve. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26238.6.1.1
I have it as well. by John Rafert #26238.7
PIC - My little Chevy Impala family in 1/43 by Keko Romero #26237
Nice group Keko!! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26237.1
Yes, a very nice group. Is the black one a SparK? (EOM) by Randall Olson #26237.2
I can answer for Keko. It is Spark S2902MCW, a special for Model Car World. by Harvey Goranson #26237.2.1
On-line seller Alert....... by Lloyd Mecca #26236
Weird ! bought from him more than once and never had any problems. by Jean Philippe Sergent #26236.1
Caveat Emptor is French.. by Robert Jacobs #26236.2
Caveat Emptor is Latin, not French. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #26236.2.1
lol, it's all romance to me... (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #26236.2.1.1
Pair of 1961 Chryslers by John Quilter #26235
They were full-size cars, but other cars from that era were as much as a foot longer. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #26235.1
John Q. Great work as usual. (EOM) by Shel Platt #26235.2
I hope you didn't think I built these by John Quilter #26235.2.1
You should just keep quiet, John, and bask in the glory. (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #26235.2.1.1
These are nice; I have them too. Neo did a decent job - no warping. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26235.3
Ahhhh those were the days (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #26235.4
My newest aquisition: CMF 1947 Packard Custom Super Eight Clipper by Raymond Paszkiewicz #26234
Packard , my favourite. This is a beauty (EOM) by Jacques Roest #26234.1
I like mine, too! I'm another member of the "Packards Forever" club. (EOM) by David Holcombe #26234.2
On my wish list. Beautiful. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #26234.3
What a gorgeous car and model ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #26234.4
Beauty, would look great parked next to NEO '49 Super Deluxe Club Sedan! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #26234.5
Agreed! by Robert Jacobs #26234.5.1
This one looks very nice indeed. I'm not familiar with the company. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26234.6
Thanks for the memories Ray. I grew up in St. Louis and being the same age as you by Bob Jackman #26234.7
Ray, your butcher had panache! Lovely model, unfortunately my only CMF by Randall Olson #26234.8
Just Ordered! by Robert Jacobs #26234.9
Nice 47 Packard! (EOM) by Gregory Gunn #26234.10
PICS Two more Subaru Imprezas ……... by Chris Sweetman #26233
Nice model and a good picture (EOM) by Jacques Roest #26233.1
Thank you Jacques. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #26233.1.1
I have listed some Goldvargs, Neos and a nice Kess on the auction page. by Randall Olson #26232
Sweltering 102 F heat in San Antonio but still loving it on our 40th Anniversary (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #26231
Happy Anniversary!!!!! All the best to you both. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26231.1
Enjoy! And cool off by remembering the house before air conditioning. Yet by David Holcombe #26231.2
Congratulations Tom. Lori and I had our 54th on June the 30th. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26231.2.1
Congratulations Tom. Lori and I had our 54th on June the 30th. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26231.2.2
Congratulations, Tom. We're on our 39th. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #26231.3
And they said it wouldn't last ... 46 for us. (EOM) by Frank Gioia #26231.4
Congrats! What an achievement! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26231.5
Agree. Congratulations Tom. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #26231.5.1
Another 1930 Cadillac V-16 - how did all you Caddy aficionados miss this one? Further to 26225.5.1 by Harvey Goranson #26230
I like that one, and yes, way more than $16 these days (EOM) by John Merritt #26230.1
Despite the "crude" details like molded handles and lift off bonnet, it's still a beautiful car. by Robert Bolin #26230.2
Not many models around with operable center-hinged hoods. Only three come to mind. by Harvey Goranson #26230.2.1
Time for a resin update! (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #26230.3
Another Subaru. A brand new one! by Albert Kopans #26229
Very nice! Would be nicer in Subaru's racing blue though! by Harvey Goranson #26229.1
I had a blue WRX; traded in for the Sti - no color choice was available, the last 2019 in Canada. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #26229.1.1
Nah, the white looks great ! What are the specs, you know, horse power lol ! (EOM) by Randy Bahler #26229.2
Some specs/ by Albert Kopans #26229.2.1
Cool! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26229.2.1.1
Nice one, Albert! Not your ordinary Impreza. by David Knight #26229.3
Looks like a sharp car, although I am not at all familiar with Subaru. (EOM) by John Merritt #26229.4
Pics: Subaru the best buy you can do!! I drive Subaru now for 14 years. This is the 3rd Forester by Jacques Roest #26229.5
Pics: My 2014 Subaru Forester and 1:43 Premium X model by David Knight #26229.5.1
Which begs the question: how many 1/43 STIs do you have? :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26229.6
Zero! :) (EOM) by Albert Kopans #26229.6.1
I have a 1:43 Subaru 360 - does it count? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #26229.6.1.1
Pics: Certainly it does, Harvey. It was the 360, imported by Malcolm Bricklin by David Knight #26229.
Yes - like your light blue one in the bottom photo. by Harvey Goranson #26229.
Pics: here the 1:1 seen in the Louwman Museum by Jacques Roest #26229.
Pics: In the commercials the young lady proclaims, “The little Su BA’ ru. Wow!” by David Knight #26229.
I much prefer this car in pearl white....very nice!!! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26229.7
Pics: Comparison of LCD Land Rover 1:43 with Actual Land Rover by David Knight #26228
Nice! LCD is a new one for me.. But they are all over epay now, direct from China. In 3 scales... (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26228.1
https://lcdmodel-europe.com/ - European distr. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26228.1.1
PICS "Its Good News Week". Who remembers Hedghoppers Anonymous? by Mike Coupe #26227
Thanks Mike. Two must haves for me. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26227.1
Yep! Me,too. Outstanding! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #26227.1.1
Ditto! The Buick would look best in black & pink IMO. :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26227.1.1.1
I think i will be patient and wait in 2020 for the tri-tones version in Black/Coral/White (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #26227.
That will be a very popular one for sure! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26227.
Thanks Bob. Considering the price, the Buicks are going extremely well. by Mike Coupe #26227.1.2
I'm assuming my dealer in the states will have these within the next couple of weeks. by Bob Jackman #26227.1.2.1
The models usually go out to the States at a similar time Bob by Mike Coupe #26227.
I remember them great 60s classic (EOM) by Marius Woolley #26227.2
I'm afraid I never saw the Century with four portholes here. Not by Don Anderson #26227.3
We chatted about this last week....the Broolkin is correct. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26227.3.1
Remember the Revell kit? (EOM) by John Roberts #26227.3.2
Revell kit? Can you believe I just found a built one with glass? by David Crowe #26227.3.2.1
I made all these as a kid...very badly and certainly with no glass!... by John Roberts #26227.
Beginning in 1955, all series except the Special had four portholes per side. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #26227.3.3
Here ya go. by Robert Bolin #26227.3.4
"Its good news week...someone's dropped a bomb somewhere, contaminating atmosphere" (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26227.4
I'm glad someone else remembers Hedgehoppers Anonymous Jack. by Mike Coupe #26227.4.1
A forgotten Cadillac V16? (pics) by David Holcombe #26226
Speaking of opportunity... by Robert Jacobs #26226.1
What a great Yesteryear! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #26226.2
(Pics) GLM 1951 Cadillac Convertible by Peter Hart #26225
Thanks Peter. I'm not familiar with the gold car, was it a one off by Bob Jackman #26225.1
Oh WOW !!! GLM's doing the unique Cadillac Roadster prototype too !!! by Jean Philippe Sergent #26225.2
(PIC) and here is the ELEGANCE... by Lloyd Mecca #26225.2.1
I have seen Bill Boyer's roadster in the flesh a couple times. It by Curtis Parisi #26225.2.2
After starting out with subjects from the 80s+ ["The Malaise Era"], by Mark Lampariello #26225.3
"English as a second language".... by Robert Jacobs #26225.3.1
Pics. Marc, I do like GLM's 90's Cadillac. Actually, I think by Jean Philippe Sergent #26225.3.2
Yes taste varies for sure. My interest drops dramatically after 1972. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26225.3.2.1
Another "must have". (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26225.4
Just ordered the blue one. The "scary" windscreens on ebay are obviously not the actual ones. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26225.4.1
Can you ever get enough Cadillac? (EOM) by Robert Jacobs #26225.5
We still need the 1930/31 Cadillac V16, preferably a Roadster by kenneth Hodges #26225.5.1
I completely agree with you, it is a pity that only the ancient version of Rio exists. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #26225.5.1.1
Never ;) but... by Jean Philippe Sergent #26225.5.2
Yes, a slightly more modest pace would help. (EOM) by David Crowe #26225.5.2.1
I think they should focus on the 1960s decade myself. A great era for Cadillac. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #26225.5.2.2
(Pics) Subaru Legacy RS Test Car by HPI-Racing by Jani Bodmann #26224
HPI's 1:43s were some of the best made - I miss them. Yours is an excellent example. by Harvey Goranson #26224.1
Have to agree with you Harvey. I've got 6 or 7 of them in my by Jeff Gaither #26224.1.1
Pics: My new Land Rover Range Rover by LCD Models by David Knight #26223
Nice model and happy birthday David. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #26223.1
Beautiful blue by Russ Rader #26223.2
[PICS] Rambler wagon from Neo by Graeme Ogg #26222
From the color charts I would say its "Kimberley Blue Iridescent" (purplish blue). by Jack Dodds #26222.1
The NEO 1949 Chrysler New Yorker sedan is also mislabled by John Quilter #26222.2
A must have for me. The sedan is an absolute delight, as you say. In fact, it is a favorite of my by Mark Sweeney #26222.3

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