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PICS 1953 Ford Courier "Pan American" by Sergio Goldvarg #24790
This looks outstanding ! Great looking PAA/Ford model. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24790.1
Follow up to John Merritt’s Post #24779 about Brooklin’s ‘49 Oldsmobile’s short run. by David Knight #24789
Brooklin 1949 Oldsmobile 98 convertible by John Quilter #24789.1
1918 Cadillac Type 57 creating. The ready model (Pic) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24788
Amazing ! (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24788.1
Outstanding craftsamanship... by Brian Cox #24788.2
+1! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24788.2.1
Thanks, Brian and David! (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24788.2.2
What are those square rings on the sides at the back? (EOM) by Albert Kopans #24788.3
I believe those are to secure the top irons when the top is retracted. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24788.3.1
It is the lock for the framework of the folding roof when it is in a fold position. (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24788.3.2
(Pic) Photos specifically for John Kuvakas :) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24788.4
Fantastic work resulting in this beautiful Cadillac model ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24788.5
A question meant for those who love "old stuff": by David Holcombe #24787
For me, it's better without the head. If you were restoring, I'd go with it. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24787.1
If value is unaffected then give the poor driver a head. Looks better. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24787.2
My vote is for the head by Ken Smith #24787.2.1
My Dad always wanted me to get ahead. Is that what he meant? (EOM) by Don Anderson #24787.3
Keep the head. Hey, who wouldn't love to get a new one that fully works? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24787.4
Here are the latest estimates of models coming from Esval (for what it's worth): by Mark Sweeney #24786
And here are works in progress: (link) by Mark Sweeney #24786.1
I know zero about Esval. What is the price range of 1:43. What by Jack Dodds #24786.1.1
They sell in the $100 range. Very high quality - similar to Matrix, IMO. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24786.1.1.1
Jack, I believe that is a 55 Olds. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24786.1.1.2
Jack, I believe that is a 55 Olds. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24786.1.1.3
Thanks Bob; what is your take on the rear window size? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24786.1.1.3.1
I want one of the Pierces, and the GMC pickup looks nice. by Harvey Goranson #24786.2
Love that Mercer! But, as with Matrix, too many obscure and ungainly subjects IMO. by Mark Lampariello #24786.2.1
PICS - Mercury Turnpike Cruiser HT Coupé 1957 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #24785
I certainly agree that your 1957 Mercury is a very attractive model, by Alex Taylor #24785.1
Very nice ! Here the one from Minimarque 43 :Pics by Denis Auber #24785.2
Thank you, Denis, for this nice picture. Although I am no by Alex Taylor #24785.2.1
Is it the camera or does is this have a banana bend. I see it in all photos and by Curtis Parisi #24785.3
[LINK] Yes indeed, it does have a slight touch of the banana about it. by Graeme Ogg #24785.3.1
I have this HT model and it has the same slight warp as the one shown. by Jack Dodds #24785.3.1.1
Even though we do not want to insult anyone, we do owe it to by Don Anderson #24785.3.1.1.1
Excellent point. I certainly let the dealer know my disappointment by Jack Dodds #24785.3.1.1.1.1
The heat while shipping makes sense as not all examples get equally bananified.. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24785.3.1.1.1.1.1
Like Jack, I also have doubts about the "overheating in transit" theory. by Graeme Ogg #24785.3.1.1.1.1.2
What do you all think of this new Esval model coming out next month (maybe)...... by Mark Sweeney #24784
Not my area of interest. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24784.1
I always look forward to their releases by John Kuvakas #24784.2
No thanks. Where is the new Pierce Arrow? (EOM) by Richard Nosker #24784.3
Not much. Not much at all. Does Esval really release models these days? (EOM) by David Crowe #24784.4
Can't wait to see that one 'in the flesh'! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24784.5
Groan. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24784.6
Pass. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24784.7
I'm not a custom car model guy but it looks cool! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24784.8
It's unusual. However, I was hoping for the Invicta Black Prince which has been listed for ages. by John Roberts #24784.9
Still shows in progress - see my post with link above #24786 (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24784.9.1
hm, don't think so...would prefer the Gaylord, though.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #24784.10
See my release dates notes in a post above (#24786). I think the car is kind of cool but I thought by Mark Sweeney #24784.11
Saw the real thing at Auburn this year by John Kuliak #24784.12
A really interesting custom Merc ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24784.13
Pics : SW12 1957 Desoto Firesweep by Denis Auber #24783
Love those ‘57-‘59 MOPAR six window sedans. Great pictures of this nice model. (EOM) by David Knight #24783.1
Very nice. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24783.2
I have this one in the alternate color and really like it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24783.3
This is the model that got me hooked on collecting handbuilt white metal 1:43rds. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24783.4
Beautiful model but Firesweep is just not a "real" DeSoto to me, it's a DeDodge. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24783.5
Goldvarg model request: We have the '63 Nova to look by Jack Dodds #24782
I'm in ... but you must also consider his business model (EOM) by Frank Gioia #24782.1
Agree....but I think its good to identify models of common interest. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24782.1.1
Great! But Cadillac is so unrepresented in this era, I'd rather see one first. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24782.2
What year(s) of Caddy would you like to see Mark? 62 for me! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24782.2.1
Easy. 1960,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70 Coupes, Sedans or Fleetwoods ! ;) (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24782.2.1.1
Lol. I'm sensing a pattern developing! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24782.2.1.1.1
+1 -- Agreed with Mr Sergent although I'm leaning toward the earlier sixties. by Mark Lampariello #24782.2.1.1.2
1970 Nova 396SS was done by ERTL by John Quilter #24782.3
If Sergio is as smart a businessman as I think he is, his little by Don Anderson #24782.3.1
Yes it is. Sergio has stated that he appreciates suggestion and feedback though by Jack Dodds #24782.3.1.1
And Grumpy's Toy from 1968 (pic) by Harvey Goranson #24782.3.2
And also in stock Yenko Nova form, in several colors. I have the Yenko by Rick Thompson #24782.3.2.1
Love the Yenko Novas, Camaros and Chevelles. Nice to see in quality 1:43 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24782.3.2.1.1
Pics: More on Kaisers: David Holcombe, I had missed your posts 24757 and 24758 below until today by David Knight #24781
I think you're right, David. by Richard Nosker #24781.1
There was a deal in the works to get Oldsmobile V8s for the Manhattan by Richard Sufficool #24781.1.1
The site "Ate Up With Motor" had a discussion of this possiblility. Here's by David Holcombe #24781.1.1.1
Great pictures! I remember standing on the floor at Asheville, NC, 's by David Holcombe #24781.2
Great Kaiser-Fraser display, David ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24781.2.1
I loved those 54-55s ever since I was a kid... by Richard Sufficool #24781.3
Message for Bob Jackman by Mike Coupe #24780
Done. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24780.1
PICs - From My Collection - Sunday by John Merritt #24779
I have this one and I love it. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #24779.1
+1 Love the colors (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24779.1.1
This is one that I missed, and now I'm sorry. Thanks for the pictures! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24779.2
David, you should check at by Michel Lemieux #24779.2.1
Thanks, Michel. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24779.2.1.1
They show up on ebay occasionally....at reasonable prices the odd time. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24779.2.2
Pics: Nice pictures as usual, John. One of my favorites too. It was a short run by Brooklin. by David Knight #24779.3
If only there was a bit more chrome around the windows and such (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24779.4
PICS Not what most collect here but being a huge Vette fan I have to have it, Yesterday I got my by Tom Ciryak #24778
I love the detail on the current crop of Le Mans cars. Very nice, Tom. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24778.1
Very nice find! And great photos!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24778.2
With the holidays looming, is this a good time for Wish Lists? by Mark Lampariello #24777
I agree with you on the Lincoln Mk III & Cadillacs and would add... by Brian Cox #24777.1
1974 Lincoln MK4 Silver with Cranberry Interior (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24777.2
'69 Grand Prix SJ, Any Hurst Olds, Hurst Chrysler 300 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24777.3
+1 Love the Hurst cars. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.3.1
Ixo did the split window in two colors, black and this one: by Harvey Goranson #24777.4
This is a particularly nice model. I picked one up on Harvey's recommendation and was very pleased. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24777.4.1
I had been wondering if it and the conv. were as good as they looked on line. I'll by Jack Dodds #24777.4.1.1
+1 -- Also I forgot the 2015-present RR Dawn Convert and Wraith coupe (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24777.4.1.1.1
Apparently these are long gone --Isnt the '63 iconic enough for a new entry? (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24777.4.2
I just bought the blue coupe on ebay and there were others as well. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.4.2.1
'55, '56, Ford 2drht, conv. & Squire wagons & '56 Park Lane. by Jack Dodds #24777.5
....I hope this list isn't too short.......I missed a few. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.5.1
I would also add a few wants to this interesting list: by Alex Taylor #24777.5.2
+1 Electra (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24777.5.2.1
IXO is scheduled to do a '66 Ford Galaxie hardtop in late 2018 (EOM) by John Quilter #24777.5.3
Good to know....hope its the 7 Litre. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.5.3.1
*1. Either 65 or 66. are nice subjects (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24777.5.3.1.1
Agree....prefer the '65 but love both years. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.5.3.1.1.1
I would be very happy with... by Keko Romero #24777.6
And on the British side by John Quilter #24777.7
I do John but I am the right side of the pond. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #24777.7.1
Thanks for your support from someone on the left side of the pond (EOM) by John Quilter #24777.7.1.1
I sure do! I love all those cars you mentioned. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.7.2
Such cars were prevalent here in Victoria, British Columbia in the 50s (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24777.7.2.1
PICS - Aston Martin DB6 Vantage by Matrix Scale Models by Keko Romero #24776
A beautifully executed model Keko (EOM) by John Roberts #24776.1
Great photos but I really like your trio on the last shot. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #24776.2
Pics: when too much of a good thing is not enough. The ‘57 Bel Air by David Knight #24775
Hmm...black wheels. Hmm. by David Crowe #24775.1
Wow, David! My only criticism of the model is the size of the tires and wheels by David Knight #24775.1.1
A great improvement there. by Graeme Ogg #24775.1.2
Pics: Same is true for the ‘58 wagons and ‘57 Larkspur Blue Bel Air. by David Knight #24775.1.2.1
Graeme; why are the BRK Bel-Air tires so out of scale when the model by Jack Dodds #24775.1.2.2
Jack, you'd have to ask Brooklin about that! by Graeme Ogg #24775.1.2.2.1
Brooklin gets an "A." John Roberts turns that into an "A+." by David Holcombe #24775.2
Pic: Yes, David H., and a toast to John Roberts! by David Knight #24775.2.1
I would agree with the out of scale tire comments. I picked up the by Lou Petrucci #24775.2.1.1
Agree about the '57 BelAir looks & the tires. The fine '65 Impala also had wheel cover sizing issues (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24775.2.1.1.1
Impossible question for Jean Philippe Sergent and others!.... by John Roberts #24774
The 1967 Cadillac Eldorado (EOM) by Mark Millar #24774.1
+1 (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24774.1.1
+2 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #24774.1.2
Most favorite is the 1941 60S (EOM) by Richard Nosker #24774.2
I'm not a Cadillac guy, either 1:1 or 1:43, so my opinion is essentially meaningless by Rick Thompson #24774.3
You’re right, impossible. But... by David Crowe #24774.4
1952 (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24774.5
That's indeed a tough question John ;) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24774.6
I'm not an expert but for me my favorite Cadillacs are the 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood by Michel Lemieux #24774.6.1
Faves are"57, '58, '49, '53 & '62 in that order. Dislike '70s Caddys. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24774.7
Here's one that could be a favorite, and it's in our scale. (PIC) by David Holcombe #24774.8
Favorite: 1949 convertible and 1934 V16 Aerodynamic coupe. Least favorite: anything past 1959. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24774.9
As some of you might have guessed, I am first and foremost a woodie lover. Since seeing by Curtis Parisi #24773
Gosh, this is some real jewelry, Curtis. The dream of every woodie and Packard lover! (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #24773.1
+1... GREAT WORK! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24773.1.1
Superb work Curtis! I admire your skills (EOM) by John Roberts #24773.2
Nice conversion Curtis! Two questions: by Harvey Goranson #24773.3
Harvey, the two Rex Toys were used because the running boards needed to be lengthened so by Curtis Parisi #24773.3.1
Simply incredible! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24773.4
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24773.4.1
Beautifully done. Love the color you chose for it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24773.5
Thanks for the positive comments. Now for the next project! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24773.6
PICs: Brooklin Diaries for Oct 19 by John Kuvakas #24772
Thank you. I'll reiterate I'm excited for the Buick. Hope it has white or red walls. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #24772.1
It's 1949. What's your choice? (pic) by David Holcombe #24771
Always the woodie first. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24771.1
I've got that same Dodge Woody wagon, and mine is by Alex Taylor #24771.2
The Dodge woody for sure. I've got the dark red one. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24771.3
The girl with the yellow Wellies agrees as well. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24771.4
Volkswagen (EOM) by Randy Portwood #24771.5
Thanks, Randy. Now what did you do with all that money left over? LOL (EOM) by David Holcombe #24771.5.1
PICs: Rick Thompson's collection of Pontiac Safaris by John Kuvakas #24770
Wow.....terrific trio!!! A Pontiac lovers dream. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24770.1
That's what it was, Jack---a dream. I was beginning to think that I'd by Rick Thompson #24770.1.1
Great story Rick....good for you to complete that set. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24770.1.1.1
What a great catch, Rick. That trio of Safaris is gorgeous. by David Knight #24770.1.1.2
The 56 Safari is a knockout. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24770.1.1.2.1
+1! Both the bodywork and colors are exceptional. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #24770.1.1.2.1.1
Those are very impressive models. Congrats in adding the '56. It's my favorite of the three. (EOM) by John Merritt #24770.2
It's my favorite as well, John. Thanks to all for your nice comments regarding by Rick Thompson #24770.2.1
I like them all even if the new BRK 1957 Safari seem to be a bit better than the WMCE Safari? by Michel Lemieux #24770.2.1.1
Picture included in my message above. (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #24770.2.1.1.1
Absolutely fantastic! Among my favorite cars of the 1950's -- and I love by Brian Laurance #24770.3
PICS FRIDAY SURPRISE! by Sergio Goldvarg #24769
This one has the makings of a very nice model which by Jack Dodds #24769.1
Well, I have a light green 1957 Ford Country Squire Wagon by Alex Taylor #24769.1.1
Personally I would prefer to buy a '57 Ford Squire wagon by Jack Dodds #24769.1.1.1
Ditto on a nice '57 Country Squire! I'll also vote for a '56 Country Squire! (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24769.1.1.1.1
PLEASE do us a '55 & '56 Ford Squire Wagon. These two by Jack Dodds #24769.1.1.1.1.1
Jack, I totally agree with you. Have always considered the 1957 by Alex Taylor #24769.1.1.1.2
Yes, classical white with blue interior would look great! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24769.1.1.1.2.1
Idem ! (EOM) by renato camesasca #24769.1.1.1.3
Sure is busy over there! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24769.2
Awesome! (EOM) by Randy Portwood #24769.3
I will buy one of the '58's so long as it is offered in a color other than Azure Blue as by Curtis Parisi #24769.4
Curtis, I am happy to have the light green 1957 Ford Country Squire by Alex Taylor #24769.4.1
PONTIAC ISSUES CORRECTED. by Sergio Goldvarg #24768
This is going to be a terrific model Sergio. Thanks for your by Jack Dodds #24768.1
Someone once said it is easier to be the critic than the creator. by Don Anderson #24768.1.1
This will be a great model, since I collect first of all by Alex Taylor #24768.1.1.1
I'm with you regarding the '62 Pontiac. Hope to see it one day. by Jack Dodds #24768.1.1.1.1
what professionalism I LOVE (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24768.2
+1 Agree completely....very refreshing in these times! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24768.2.1
Thank you Sergio for your dedication to accuracy. Can't wait to order this one. (EOM) by Allan Ording #24768.3
My, Sergio, how we all love to draw yellow lines on cars! by Graeme Ogg #24768.4
Excellent. Our first car was a green 61 Catalina exactly like the third photo. (EOM) by Jay Golan #24768.5
[PICS] Thoughts on the Goldvarg '61 Pontiac by Graeme Ogg #24767
I certainly admire your efforts to be objective, Graeme. by John Kuvakas #24767.1
Thanks for that. As I say, fingers crossed, it may turn out OK (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #24767.1.1
Some valid points, Graeme. by Joe Libricz #24767.1.2
+1 Well put Joe (EOM) by John Roberts #24767.1.2.1
PICS Pontiac 1961 mockup corrections done. by Sergio Goldvarg #24767.2
Beautiful, Sergio. Your passion pays off in how great your models are. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24767.2.1
Wow. Did you need to make a totally new mold, by Mark Lampariello #24767.2.2
Revising Resin Casting Molds by John Daniels #24767.2.2.1
Interesting post John. I'm about to try some resin casting... by John Roberts #24767.2.2.1.1
Funnily enough, I'm reading a book about 3D printing at the moment by Graeme Ogg #24767.2.2.1.2
Maybe some makers simply aren't familiar enough with the 1:1 to know when the model is off. by John Kuvakas #24767.2.2.1.2.1
+1 (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24767.2.2.1.2.1.1
3D Master should be OK by John Daniels #24767.2.2.1.2.2
I appreciate your comments offered on various models. They are respectfully by Jack Dodds #24767.3
Well said, Jack. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24767.3.1
Looking for white wall tires for a NEO '62 Cadillac... by Brian Cox #24766
Pic. White walls on 62 hearse. by Jean Philippe Sergent #24766.1
Thanks for the info. Your photo looks great with the WWW's. (EOM) by Brian Cox #24766.1.1
Thank you very much Brian. Good hunt for the Wws ! ;) (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24766.1.1.1
Brian, I've put w-walls on several models using Tamiya Flat White Acrylic paint and......... by Christopher Moroni #24766.2
Hi Christopher ! by Jean Philippe Sergent #24766.2.1
2018 Brooklin Collectors Club Annual General Meeting by Al Stack #24765
To much honour, Al. Maybe this will encourage to subscribe as a Brooklin Collectors Club member (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24765.1
To much honour, Al. Maybe this will encourage to subscribe as a Brooklin Collectors Club member (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24765.2
It would be nice to see new BCC members. It is a great club! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24765.2.1
Pic: one of my favorite pictures of Brooklin’s ‘58 Chevrolet Yeoman, by David Knight #24764
Love the wheels - were yours body color too? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24764.1
Yes, Karl, they were simple steel wheels painted Silver Blue to match the body color. by David Knight #24764.1.1
Pics: Actual Chevy Brookwood comparison to Brooklin Yeoman model. by David Knight #24764.2
GFCC 1941 Cadillac street version green(pic).looks by Ken Spear #24763
Probably because it's a toy. by Harvey Goranson #24763.1
Here's the toy version from that pre-WW II era: (PICs) by David Holcombe #24763.1.1
Very nice Hubleys!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24763.1.1.1
The hood ornament and window trim are the worse. by Bob Kleven #24763.2
Comparison pic. As a non "high end" model, this Cadillac is overall very nice. by Jean Philippe Sergent #24763.3
I wonder if this was originally planned as a partsworks model? by David Crowe #24763.3.1
I think you've made your point about the 1960 Brooklin Cadillacs Jean (EOM) by John Roberts #24763.3.2
Hello John, my opinion only reflects by Jean Philippe Sergent #24763.3.2.1
So, "an abomination to my eyes" must be a gently and respectfully expressed opinion ;) (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24763.3.2.1.1
LOL, it's rather theatrical isn't it ? ;) , but... by Jean Philippe Sergent #24763.3.2.1.1.1
Exceptionally well stated, Jean. Thanks. by John Kuvakas #24763.3.2.1.1.1.1
I'm fine with your comments Jean, it's just that you have repeated them many times about this model. (EOM) by John Roberts #24763.3.2.1.2
For the money, it's a great model. by Joe Libricz #24763.4
Interesting comment Joe. Do you mean that if a model isn't expensive it's OK to be wrong?.. by John Roberts #24763.4.1
PICS. BML28 is close to being released. by Mike Coupe #24762
It's good to see a 1930's Chevy. It's always Fords. (EOM) by Bob Kleven #24762.1
Pics: Brooklin 207X and 199X 1960 Cadillac S 62 by Jacques Roest #24761
Thanks for posting, Jacques by John Scrivens #24761.1
Sorry Jacques but those Cadillacs are an abomination to my eyes. (EOM) by Jean Philippe Sergent #24761.1.1
Signing up by Russ Rader #24761.2
Thanks for your interest Russ, you can email johnbowyer.bcc@gmail.com by Jacques Roest #24761.2.1
Pics: Celabration of the 30th anniversary Brooklin Collectors Club in Bath by Jacques Roest #24760
Thanks for sharing Jacques. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24760.1
Sail boat, motorcycle, helicopter - are these being made by Brooklin? (EOM) by David Crowe #24760.2
David, due to the lower production and demand for new car models by Jacques Roest #24760.2.1
Jacques is right - other projects are being worked on... by John Roberts #24760.2.1.1
Thanks, Jacques and John. by David Crowe #24760.2.1.1.1
I think there are still many collectors -- but all they want are competition subjects now. by Mark Lampariello #24760.2.1.1.2
I likey da race cars - does that make me young at heart? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24760.2.1.1.2.1
Definitely! Always thought so!! (EOM) by John Roberts #24760.2.1.1.2.1.1
Pic: Looks like a scene from “The Godfather” by David Knight #24760.3
This has to do with checking the wall thickness,David (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24760.3.1
I realize that’s the case with the DeSoto. With Sonny’s car, not so much. by David Knight #24760.3.1.1
The top picture shows what happens if you try and park without a ticket. (EOM) by John Roberts #24760.3.2
Correction time, Young gentleman smiling by Mike Coupe #24760.4
I am so sorry, indeed Mark is a very kind person (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24760.4.1
No need to apologise Jacques. No problems. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #24760.4.1.1
Intrigued by the small cars in one of the photos. by Graeme Ogg #24760.5
So am I! (EOM) by David Knight #24760.5.1
Graeme, Right that is a Fiat 500. It is linked to the Riva boat. one of the current 500's by Jacques Roest #24760.5.2
I need a FiAT 500 Riva! A very unique Brooklin!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24760.5.2.1
Excellant revue of the meeting, again thank you Jacques by John Scrivens #24760.6
PICs Re #24745 Pegaso trucks: Thanks for your kind words, Keko, Mike and John... by Ralf Buyer #24759
Excellent work Ralf. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24759.1
Fantastic models Ralf!!! by Keko Romero #24759.2
Amazing work - thanks so much for posting!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24759.3
Another Kaiser Carabela / Carabella (pic) by David Holcombe #24758
I'm waiting for that beige Kaiser Carabela to show up at a reasonable price by Jay Golan #24758.1
Looks like the Brooklin model may be larger than the others. by Richard Nosker #24758.2
While the Cartrix version is slightly taller, it's because of the wheel by David Holcombe #24758.2.1
Carabella or Carabela? In my "feature" above on a new version of the by David Holcombe #24757
A brief history and language lesson for today by Graeme Ogg #24757.1
Thanks, Graeme. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24757.1.1
Appraisal advice by Randy Rusk #24756
Check with your insurance man. Many have an idea of worth for insurance purposes (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24756.1
There are really only two ways to get an idea, Randy. by John Kuvakas #24756.2
Newest releases from Autocult by Randy Rusk #24755
I love that wrecker - awesome! (EOM) by John Roberts #24755.1
I like the VW camper. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #24755.2
Newsflash! 1961 Chevy Impala bubbletop coupe has appeared on Goldvarg's site. by Mark Lampariello #24754
SOLD !!!!!! Great news! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24754.1
Received my mint green GLM '58 Cadillac Eldo Biarritz top down CV today. by Jack Dodds #24753
Jack are you going to leave it the way it is? Or are you going to by Don Anderson #24753.1
Thanks for your suggestion but the fault is so very minor I'm going to leave it as is. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24753.1.1
Pic. I've never thought passing on a GLM's Cadillac but I unfortunately will. by Jean Philippe Sergent #24753.2
I completely agree. It will not join my fleet, either. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #24753.2.1
New GFCC 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special by Jay Golan #24752
Jay, I turned to my shelves for a couple of alternatives (pic) that might come close. by David Holcombe #24752.1
That really is too much for a toy car. by David Crowe #24752.2
Black washing that Mayflower grill (pic) by David Holcombe #24751
Huge improvement! Don't think that duck is long for the world though; by Jack Dodds #24751.1
Interesting David. I thought these two shared the same casting... by John Roberts #24751.2
The tag numbers on the grey Mayflower are the same that I have seen by David Holcombe #24751.2.1
Great job David - happy to have been of help (lol!) (EOM) by Ken Smith #24751.2.1.1
Two with true English style- The Triumph Mayflower (pic) by David Holcombe #24750
Nice pair ! (EOM) by Ken Smith #24750.1
Nice Triumph Mayowers, David, and great scenery including people and dog! (EOM) by David Knight #24750.2
David - Just noticed what a difference the black wash by Ken Smith #24750.3
Good point, Ken, and I thank you. Tomorrow's little pleasure! And I'll post it. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24750.3.1
Jodie models by Marius Woolley #24750.4
Thank you, Marius. I have never heard of Jodie Models before, by David Holcombe #24750.4.1
I had one as a kit once with a label of 'Now and Then models'... by John Roberts #24750.4.2
NEO 1961 Chrysler Newport sedan (red) - anyone have it? by Barry Levittan #24749
Yes I have it and it seems fine and well done. I hope yours is not a banana. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24749.1
If it helps; I also have the beige & brown station wagon....it is a good one too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24749.1.1
Well I did order it. Looking forward to getting it, I am a Chrysler guy! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24749.1.2
(Pic) Crosstown traffic 1954 by Mike DeTorrice #24748
Wow! They even have little people in them! Nicely done, Mike. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24748.1
LOL, yeah .... I think very few Hudson, Nash, DeSoto owners had the driverless option installed ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24748.1.1
I like this diorama! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24748.2
Mike, Another work of art! (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24748.2.1
Very nice Mike. Who made the Nash in the foreground? (EOM) by John Roberts #24748.3
That's a '50 Ambassador from White Box, John. Really nice model ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24748.3.1
It looks good...as do the others. Thanks Mike (EOM) by John Roberts #24748.3.1.1
Really nice! (EOM) by John Merritt #24748.4
Nice Mike. Love scale traffic! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24748.5
Nice photo set up Mike. I am just looking out the window watching the cars by Gary Rockwood #24748.6
Google Eddie Putera. Prepare to be amazed. I promise! (EOM) by John Rafert #24747
Good site! All who build backgrounds and/or paint to enhance can enjoy his work. Thanks! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24747.1
Fascinating stuff! Some of the scenes remind me of our place! (EOM) by John Roberts #24747.1.1
VIDEO: Eddie Putera by John Kuvakas #24747.2
His sense of detail and texture are above reproach. (EOM) by John Rafert #24747.2.1
Great video - a true artist! Did you notice all those by Ken Smith #24747.2.1.1
1918 Cadillac Type 57 creating. Assembling V (Pic) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24746
Beautiful! What a joy and privilege it is to watch it come together. Thanks, Vlad! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24746.1
It is more difficult than I thought nevertheless (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24746.1.1
AWESOME workmanship. If only I had 1:50 the talent... (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24746.2
Many thanks for bringing us along on your trip to this magnificent conclusion. Well done! (EOM) by David Holcombe #24746.3
Fabulous work! A privilege to share in it (EOM) by John Roberts #24746.4
Really superb job on this outstanding Cadillac model. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24746.5
BRAVO! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24746.6
Great work - have enjoyed watching this project come together. (EOM) by Ken Smith #24746.6.1
Thanks to all for the assessment of my work (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24746.7
Beautifully done! Really enjoyed the series of updates to this models creation. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24746.8
Pics - Pegaso 1231T "Bocanegra" 'Campsa' by Salvat (Ixo) by Keko Romero #24745
Very informative and a great collection (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24745.1
PICs Hi Keko, how about a battered one... by Ralf Buyer #24745.2
is it yours? by Keko Romero #24745.2.1
Yes, it's made from 3 Ixo models, some photoetched parts and brass wire... by Ralf Buyer #24745.2.1.1
The model is really amazing!!! by Keko Romero #24745.2.1.1.1
Great work Ralf. Contrary to some thoughts it's far more difficult to create a 'used' model... by John Roberts #24745.2.1.1.2
Great looking trucks ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24745.3
I'm declaring this Ponycar Sunday (pics) by Harvey Goranson #24744
The small rear window came with the SE option group. A vinyl top was required. (EOM) by David Crowe #24744.1
Thanks David! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24744.1.1
PICS: Here are more from Boss by John Kuvakas #24744.2
If the Barracuda had taken off hotter, would that market segment have been called "fishy" cars? by Frank Racibozynski #24744.3
:-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24744.3.1
These seem to be good value for the money IMO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24744.4
Nice set of muscle cars. The '70 Boss 429 of course is the big brother by Curtis Parisi #24744.5
PICs - From My Collection - Sunday 10/14 by John Merritt #24743
Now I keep wondering if someone will do the Custom Torpedo by John Quilter #24743.1
Great looking torpedo Pontiacs ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #24743.2
+1 Agree. Sure hope Brooklin do their 1946 Pontiac. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #24743.2.1
Anyone been too the Revs Institute in Naples? -pics of different size by Karl Schnelle #24742
So, that allows the photo to maintain its proportions? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24742.1
yes! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24742.1.1
I have been to that collection in Naples. Where the Scarab and by Don Anderson #24742.2
Pics: Massachusetts Finest Ford Explorer by David Knight #24741
Looking good. I have one of these in a 2014 Michigan State Police. (EOM) by John Merritt #24741.1
You driving the Porsche? Looks like they gotcha.... (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24741.2
PICs - From My Collection - Saturday by John Merritt #24740
More crazy things with '52 Desotos by John Quilter #24740.1
Nice work, John. I've always liked the FM DeSoto. by Richard Nosker #24740.1.1
Excellent work John. A very nice group (EOM) by John Roberts #24740.1.2
Really great work. A nice group. (EOM) by John Merritt #24740.1.3
I still like several of the Franklin Mint models, including this Packard. The DeSoto by David Holcombe #24740.2
Great colors! And very nice models I think. Even if the shut lines are obvious, they are charming. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24740.3
Excellent shots of these beauties ! I also have the blue 1952 by Mike DeTorrice #24740.4
PICS - New in my collection by Keko Romero #24739
Wonderful additions Keko - my favourites are the Aston Martin and the ... by Chris Sweetman #24739.1
The tanker truck looks really cool. (EOM) by John Merritt #24739.2
Aren't you getting ALL the Pegaso trucks? How can you resist? :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24739.3
Not all, only a few by Keko Romero #24739.3.1
NEO 1954 Packard - just added to my collection. What a beauty! PS How do I make the picture smaller? by Barry Levittan #24738
(PIC) Barry, like this. by Christopher Moroni #24738.1
i ve just ordered one sometimes neo does real beauties (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #24738.1.1
Photo tech question by John Quilter #24738.1.2
It's best to save the original as well as the resized version. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24738.1.2.1
Absolutely. If down the road you might want to fool with sizing or cropping copy a couple of the by Tom Ciryak #24738.1.2.1.1
after you insert the large photo, add the width=900 option inside the html... (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24738.1.3
Nice. I have the green one and love it. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24738.2
I've seen pics of that one, and also 2-tone blue. Nicely done model of a gorgeous Packard! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #24738.2.1
I have the blue, but this one still tempts me. Hmmmm.......... (EOM) by David Holcombe #24738.2.1.1
Really nice. I have the blue & green versions. Excellent models (EOM) by John Merritt #24738.3
Very nice model. I love 1953-4 Packards (EOM) by John Roberts #24738.4
My favorite NEO model ever. (EOM) by John Kuliak #24738.5
PICs: Brooklin Diaries, Oct 11 by John Kuvakas #24737
Thanks. I'm looking forward to the Buick. Hope they put white or red walls on it. Or white letters. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #24737.1
Another dealer ends his business. by Harvey Goranson #24736
In the few transactions I had with Pete, he seemed to be a class act. by Bob Jackman #24736.1
1918 Cadillac Type 57 creating. Assembling IV (Pic) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24735
How many are you planning on producing? (EOM) by Brian Cox #24735.1
25 -1 for me -1 the one-of-a-kind "light coloured" version (on the photo) (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24735.1.1
I would be ok with that light version also for #2 of 25. (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #24735.1.1.1
"The light version" has the buyer already (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24735.1.1.1.1
PIC: Will there be a light version with pink accents? Wouldn't that be beautiful? by John Kuvakas #24735.1.1.1.1.1
Great-grandfather of the Munster Family ;-) (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #24735.1.1.1.1.1.1
Hey! I resemble that remark! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24735.1.1.1.1.1.1.1
You will be able to paint the roof pink on one's own))) (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24735.1.1.1.1.1.2
Thanks. I am a creative genius! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24735.1.1.1.1.1.2.1
I don't doubt it) (EOM) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24735.1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1
We creative genii have to stick together! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24735.1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1
Pics: Season on the Vineyard is over. by David Knight #24734
Thanks for taking us along with you to the Vineyard, David. by Richard Nosker #24734.1
Great summer by Russ Rader #24734.2
Thanks for the summer (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24734.3
Thanks David. For those of us that will probably never get to visit. This is great. (EOM) by John Merritt #24734.4
Nicely done once again, David. Safe travels! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24734.5
Thanks, David. It's been many years since I was on the Cape, and you have brought back memories. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24734.6
Avenue 43 Mustang Milano by Harvey Goranson #24733
Nice model, looks like they nailed those wheels. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #24733.1
To bad Ford didn't go with something closer to the Mustang Milano in 1971 production. by Curtis Parisi #24733.2
Nice 'stang Curtis. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #24733.2.1
Thanks Harvey. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #24733.2.1.1
Nice cars, the Carama is very good value for the money (EOM) by Jacques Roest #24732
Pics: But wait, there’s more: Land Rovers by David Knight #24731
At least one of those Landies has been well used on the Vineyard! Good to see! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24731.1
Pics: Hauling the boats after a great season. by David Knight #24730
Count me as one who enjoys you sharing your Vineyard vacations. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #24730.1
I agree, especially enjoy those boats. (EOM) by David Harvey #24730.1.1
DITTO! (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #24730.1.2
Cars, trucks, planes or boats are all great. A pleasure to see. It’s all good! (EOM) by John Merritt #24730.2
2 part question: Was the 1st gen Chevy Monte Carlo ever made in 1/43 (at least a well made version) by Mark Sweeney #24729
I see a 1970 Monte Carlo in a variety of colors by Neo on the 'bay. However, by David Holcombe #24729.1
[PICS] Neo did a '78, not a '70. Western Models did a '70 version in white metal. by Graeme Ogg #24729.2
I apologize for my mistake, as I just read the ads. (EOM) by David Holcombe #24729.2.1
Thanks, Graeme. I would sure like one of these on resin. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24729.2.2
For those interested PTH was Past Time Hobbies in Brookfield by Don Anderson #24729.2.3
I remember PTH - it was well-known in the Chicagoland area! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24729.2.3.1
Their upcoming shows - http://www.pthinc.com/content.do?region=UpcomingEvents (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #24729.2.3.1.1
I think it would be an excellent choice for Sergio to consider. by Harvey Goranson #24729.3
I agree! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #24729.3.1
After the '69 Lincoln Continental MK III, of course. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24729.3.2
Pic: The work of an expert in landscaping. by David Knight #24728
load up that 1:1 Forester, and the 1:43 Yeoman workhorse (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #24728.1
Pics: The plane truth about these two Cessna 172 Skyhawks by David Knight #24727
1918 Cadillac Type 57 creating. Assembling III (Pic) by Volodymyr Sorokolat #24726
Love it...keep'em coming! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #24726.1

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