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Pics: Sorry Jon Guilter I did not read all on your post 27373.4. Here pics of the Chevy by Jacques Roest #27382
Pics: For John Quilter answer on post 27373.4 by Jacques Roest #27381
My most recent Alfa. by Harvey Goranson #27380
Pics. GIM's gorgeous 1951 Cadillac Coupe and Convertible. by Jean Philippe Sergent #27379
that s why i ve ordered the 51 coupé . jean -philippe . (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #27379.1
1/43 show Countryside Illinois. by Gregory Gunn #27378
Any update on your 1956 Dodge Sierra station wagon project? (EOM) by John Quilter #27378.1
Teaser of things to come from Autocult? by Randy Rusk #27377
PICS - Sava Austin LD-150 'Tigretón' by Salvat by Keko Romero #27376
I like it! Thanks, Keko, for your picture is the only information I have ever seen on this one. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27376.1
Keko, I have been looking for model cars made by Salvat. by Jacques Roest #27376.2
You can check their web... by Keko Romero #27376.2.1
Keko, I have been on their website before and still they do not export outside Spain. by Jacques Roest #27376.2.1.1
Another version of the Austin J4 van in BMC service livery by John Quilter #27376.3
Can someone tell me how to get in touch with Amanda at by Bob Jackman #27375
Bob, according to the newest BRK catalog, their email address is by Rick Thompson #27375.1
Thanks Rick. I sent Amanda and Greg emails two days ago by Bob Jackman #27375.1.1
Email sent to you Bob. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27375.2Zone Diplomat
FM "Classic Cars of the Fifties" 1950 Ford Woody Wagon by Galen Laird #27374
I like this Ford made by FM. FM made nice models and lots of them are still available by Jacques Roest #27374.1
Pics: Dioramas by Jacques Roest #27373
Many thanks, Jacques. Your display contains some uncommon models that are by David Holcombe #27373.1
That's quite a variety of vehicles. Thanks for posting. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27373.1.1
diorama's are always a big hit at shows and demonstrates a special imagination (EOM) by Galen Laird #27373.2
I especially like your Brooklin repaints. (EOM) by Ken Spear #27373.2.1
Thanks gentlemen (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27373.2.1.1
Jacques, can you identify some of the models. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27373.2.1.1.1
Jeep is Neo, the 3 Vaillants are Australian from Trax (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27373.2.1.1.1.1
Nice to see an Spanish Hispano Suiza bus there... by Keko Romero #27373.3
Jeep Gladiator is an IXO/Altaya partworks right? But I'm stumped on the Chevy by John Quilter #27373.4
John, see my posts 27381 and 27382 (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27373.4.1
Karl S. mentioned "specials" the other night, and tonight I saw a couple (pics) by David Holcombe #27372
IceT - i HAD THE YELLOW hOT wHEELS! vERY Kool! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27372.1
New From Autocult/Avenue 43 by John Kuvakas #27371Zone Diplomat
Did the Seattle-ite get beyond a 3/8-scale model? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27371.1
New from GLM by John Kuvakas #27370Zone Diplomat
New Automodello in 1/43rd scale by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27369
It is a beautiful model. I am very happy with mine too, it came last week. (EOM) by John Merritt #27369.1
(PICS) It appears to me the trunk lid slopes too much toward by Lloyd Mecca #27369.2
Agreed. I've waited years for a MKIII but IMHO some details aren't quite there. by Mark Lampariello #27369.2.1
I would have preferred Pick Your Feet in Poughkeepsie Brown myself. by Harvey Goranson #27369.3
Automodello in 1/43rd by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27369.4
Just received mine in silver and I am very pleased with the overall by Richard Paschall #27369.4.1
Well said. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27369.4.1.1Zone Diplomat
You know, you don't censor anything here (1:43 related) , but... by Lloyd Mecca #27369.4.1.1.1
Yes, well stated. (EOM) by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27369.4.1.2
"Trust Your Car To The Man With The Star" Matchbox 1955 Chevrolet by Galen Laird #27368
My folks always went to a Sinclair station. by Harvey Goranson #27368.1
My Matchbox Texaco Ford is a little different. (pic) by David Holcombe #27368.2
And I lost the keys to my car that I left at the gas station because thy were by Don Anderson #27368.2.1
good related picture/story (EOM) by Galen Laird #27368.2.1.1
1956 Cadillac Sedan deVille in Chantilly by GLM by Thomas Dirnberger #27367
i bought it and it is gorgeous (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #27367.1
Pictures : Somerville Models part 2 by Jacques Roest #27366
So very nice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27366.1
Pictures: Somerville Models part1 by Jacques Roest #27365
Thanks, Jacque. I saved these pictures of yours as guides to a future project. by David Holcombe #27365.1
These look Fantastic! There is one of those Volvos on ebay for $55, by BenD Lampson #27365.2
1953 Studebaker Cammander from Franklin Mint Classic Cars of the 50's by Galen Laird #27364
Even with the large "shut lines" on the doors, this is one of my favorite by David Holcombe #27364.1
And FM cars actually have miniature engines in them! (EOM) by John Quilter #27364.1.1
Love that color! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27364.2
I've always admired this car. My uncle had one in two door coupe by Don Anderson #27364.3
PICS. Lansdowne are back. Hooray! by Mike Coupe #27363
I love the Star Sapphire and the color. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27363.1
Pics: That 1960 Armstrong Siddeley is one beautiful car. I too love the color. by David Knight #27363.2
Mike KcNally & Model Auto Emporium, from Canada by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27362
Is the roof of the Sixty Special a separate piece from the body? (EOM) by David Crowe #27362.1
The boat tail roadster is gorgeous. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27362.2
Very nice, thanks for posting these (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27362.3
The 1940 is pretty nice. I have one in my collection now. I was pleased to get it. (EOM) by John Merritt #27362.4
The roadster is spectacular! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27362.5
Another esteemed member of this Forum has his previous Boattail Roadster on ... by Karl Schnelle #27362.6
That Boattail is Beautiful.... I am planning on setting up a classic car Museum diorama.... by BenD Lampson #27362.7
Looking forward to Chicago next month. Here are some details. by John Kuvakas #27361Zone Diplomat
For the first time, I will have my own table at Countryside. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27361.1
Interesting to see what goodies you will have for sale. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27361.1.1
John....are the models that were lost last time, the same type that are in your personal collection? by BenD Lampson #27361.2
I wish! If that were so, I could have given the one model back to Sergio. by John Kuvakas #27361.2.1Zone Diplomat
TopMarques Rolls/Bentleys...Heco Bugattis...BBR Ferraris by John Kuliak #27361.3
I'll take a good look at the Top Marques in case there's a Bentley I need. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27361.3.1
couple of sporty Corvettes by Galen Laird #27360
I'm sorry but those are Corvettes. Vets are guys who risked their lives by Don Anderson #27360.1
Oh for gosh's sakes, take it easy. A little typo and you completely over-react. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #27360.1.1
+1 (EOM) by Graeme Ogg #27360.1.1.1
Thank you Don, i even thought of that before i posted. (EOM) by Galen Laird #27360.1.2
I've been calling them Vets since the 50's AND I'm a Vet from the 60's and still call them a Vet (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.2.1
Well I'm a vet too and was drafted in the 60's. But I left with a sense by Don Anderson #27360.1.2.1.1
Hey...I can tolerate a butt whuppin' behind the shed, but doing dishes is too much to ask! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27360.1.2.1.1.1
LOL......Ain't no dog face Army puke going to take this Jarhead anywhere by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.2.1.1.2
Ooh Rah Devil dog! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27360.1.2.1.1.2.1
Semper Fi (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.2.1.1.2.1.1
This begs the question: How many Vets for Vettes are there? -answer by Karl Schnelle #27360.1.3
I am a vet and own a Vette.....................................................................(pic) by BenD Lampson #27360.1.3.1
That's a very nice looking machine. Did you put the seats in? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27360.1.3.1.1Zone Diplomat
I did John! half the interior was red when I bought it, inluding the Corvette sports seats, so I by BenD Lampson #27360.1.3.1.1.1
Nice upgrade! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27360.1.3.1.1.1.1Zone Diplomat
Great job! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27360.1.3.1.1.1.2
My rare Copper plus my 75 roadster by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.3.1.2
Nice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27360.1.3.1.2.1
Your black 75 is a "Ten" all day long... (EOM) by Galen Laird #27360.1.3.1.2.2
The 75 was my first Vette love. Alas, I had no room for it in the garage. My wife had her car in by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.3.1.2.2.1
Both are stunning but I love that copper. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27360.1.3.1.2.3Zone Diplomat
The Copper is a much better ride than the 75. I can attest to that when I drove it cross country a by Tom Ciryak #27360.1.3.1.2.3.1
I too am a vet who owns a Vette. Enlisted in the Navy and became by Bob Jackman #27360.1.3.1.3
The Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth show got me thinking... any 1/43 Kustom Kars out there... by Karl Schnelle #27359
I remember when Brooklin employees made customs with production by David Holcombe #27359.1
I have rid myself of all 1:18 save one: a Hot Wheels Beatnik Bandit! But I have these 1:43s. by Harvey Goranson #27359.2
I only have one of these and it's one that's not pictured -pic by Karl Schnelle #27359.2.1
I wonder how many colors that one came in? Mine is lime green. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27359.2.1.1
I have a charcoal one (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27359.2.1.1.1
Tom Daniel made some too (pic) by Frank Gioia #27359.3
Kool!!!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27359.3.1
Somerville Models for David Holcombe by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27358
I agree with you, Ray by John Kuliak #27358.1
Somerville Models by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27358.1.1
Kenna by John Kuliak #27358.1.1.1
Somervilles are great, never seen smoother paint (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27358.1.2
Many thanks, Raymond, for the fine pictures of your really special models. I by David Holcombe #27358.2
Thanks Ray for the Somerville photos. Doug's attention to detail was.. by John Roberts #27358.2.1
And Doug was sent to Liverpool by Tr-ang the company that took over... by Chris Sweetman #27358.2.1.1
I didn't know that Chris - I learn something new every day! (EOM) by John Roberts #27358.2.1.1.1
You are welcome John. (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #27358.2.1.1.1.1
These look Fantastic Raymond! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27358.3
Ferrari by BBR and Ilario (part 1).......these things are nice but very pricey!...............(pics) by BenD Lampson #27357
With detailing like these, I see why they're pricey! Thanks for the pictures, BenD. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27357.1
Fantastico! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27357.2
Splendid (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27357.2.1
Ferrari's by Fred Lewis #27357.3
Guess what scale it is? by Albert Kopans #27356
1:64? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27356.1Zone Diplomat
1/87? (EOM) by David Crowe #27356.2
John is right! Now the story in a separate post in a few minutes. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #27356.3
That's pretty nice for 1:64 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27356.3.1Zone Diplomat
1/64 scale by Albert Kopans #27356.3.2
I have many of these "new generation" 1/64 resin models. by John Kuliak #27356.3.2.1
Thanks, John. I just ordered one on the Gulf livery. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27356.3.2.1.1Zone Diplomat
Hope you like it, John. by John Kuliak #27356.3.2.1.1.1
I really like that Gulf livery version John. I’ve really been into by Lou Petrucci #27356.3.2.1.1.2
Yup...they are Neo's and just a few different models are available. They are pricey though for 1/64 (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27356.4
So far, I can find only 2 American cars that Neo/BOS made in all by Ken Spear #27356.4.1
1955 Chevrolet by Collector's Classics by Galen Laird #27355
I find the shape of the CC '55 a bit boxy, maybe too wide. However, by Harvey Goranson #27355.1
Indeed too wide. Also when you compare the 55 Chevy with the other Collector Classics models (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27355.1.1
But it looks good in that diorama! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27355.1.1.1Zone Diplomat
You are right John, that is what I had to add. I am positive about the CC range (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27355.1.1.1.1
I agree the Sunstar model is outstanding. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27355.1.2
Collector Classics & Hemmings Classic Car by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27355.2
Raymond, I'm with you on this month's Hemmings Classic Cars. It's a special issue! by David Holcombe #27355.2.1
Yep, the April issue Hemmings Classic Car IS a classic issue. Dont miss it! (EOM) by John Kuliak #27355.2.2
Raymond, I totally agree with what you say about Collector's Classics. (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27355.2.3
PICs - From My Collection - '62 Buick by John Merritt #27354
I'm happy to have one of these in my collection. Love it. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27354.1
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27354.1.1
++1. Great looking, accurate model. Perfect color for it. by Mark Lampariello #27354.1.2
PICs - From My Collection - '61 Pontiac by John Merritt #27353
I have both colors of this one. I think I like this rose color a little more than the blue but both by Mark Sweeney #27353.1
Has anyone tried to blackwash the wheels? (EOM) by Ken Spear #27353.1.1
Good question Ken. I was wondering the same. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27353.1.1.1
I'm working up the courage to try this, and on the '64 as well! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27353.1.1.2
Mark ,if you do, please post some pictures. (EOM) by Ken Spear #27353.1.1.2.1
Airbrush Question? by John Daniels #27352
I use the double action Paasche all the time. It's great. If you have the set of by Curtis Parisi #27352.1
Last Thursday I posted here a question about parts for a Somerville kit.(pic) Yesterday by David Holcombe #27351
Congratulations David! by John Kuliak #27351.1
Good news indeed. I love to hear the stories of models companies by Ken Spear #27351.1.1
Ken, try to buy the book "A History of White Metal and Transport Modelling" by Ray Strutt by Jacques Roest #27351.1.1.1
That is an excellent reference book! So many good profiles of "1/43 people"! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27351.1.1.1.1
David, thanks to your post and answers of John Kuliak and Roberts , I got aware of Promod. by Jacques Roest #27351.2
Excellent David. I look forward to seeing the finished model. (EOM) by John Merritt #27351.3
Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth at the Corvette Museum by Karl Schnelle #27350
Unusual of the museum to display the Mysterion. Built with Ford by Don Anderson #27350.1
The smaller Firebird 1 looks like the 1/43 Norev Firebird 1 that is in my collection. Nice! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27350.2
The 'little' one is 1/24 or 1/18 scale! So the other one is huge! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27350.2.1
Pics-- Matchbox 1/43 4x4's by Rich Pendleton #27349
I have the Dodge in green/black and the standard Scout. Compare the Landie to this. by Harvey Goranson #27349.1
I have been collecting a few of the Matchbox 1/43s. They seem to by Don Anderson #27349.1.1
While I have several of these 1990s models, Matchbox varies fairly by David Holcombe #27349.1.1.1
Don, these were part of Matchbox Collectibles and they have been gone for > 15 years. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27349.1.1.2
Thanks Karl, I figured they have been gone about that long. But by Don Anderson #27349.1.1.2.1
purchased in the late 80's 1967 Camaro by Galen Laird #27348
I like it. Franklin Mint? (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27348.1
part of the Franklin Mint Classic Cars of the 60's (12 total) (EOM) by Galen Laird #27348.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - '42 Oldsmobile #2 by John Merritt #27347
And back in '42? Oldsmobile ad: (pic) by David Holcombe #27347.1
All great models! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27347.2
PICs - From My Collection - '42 Oldsmobile #1 by John Merritt #27346
a favorite of mine, 1942 Oldsmobile by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27346.1
Neat stuff Ray. Thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27346.1.1
Very nice, Raymond (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27346.1.2
Very cool pictures. It is a car I have learned to appeciate the style. by John Merritt #27346.1.3
John Roberts' 1:8 Citroen and a few 1:43's by John Kuvakas #27345Zone Diplomat
booked a room at the local boarding house by Galen Laird #27344
Galen, are these buildings plastic or card board kits? Do you please have a link to the supplier (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27344.1
buildings are plastic and recycled from model railroad layouts purchased at area shows (EOM) by Galen Laird #27344.1.1
That is well done, a good way to achieve this buildings. (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27344.1.1.1
Looking good! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27344.2
That's quite a little town there. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27344.3Zone Diplomat
Please show us more (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27344.4
Very nice! (EOM) by John Roberts #27344.5
Beautiful display, Galen (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27344.6
Goldvarg '62 Buick Electra (PICS) by Ted Weller #27343
Looks Great Ted....the '61 will look Fantastic next to it! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27343.1
Agree! Thanks everyone for the commentary (EOM) by Ted Weller #27343.1.1
Superb model. The maroon version is a beauty also. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27343.2
I agree. I have the maroon version, and it's spectacular. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #27343.2.1
Is it possible that a third color scheme Fawn Mist Poly has been done also? (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #27343.2.1.1
Here's mine. by Harvey Goranson #27343.2.1.2
I have this one and love it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27343.2.1.2.1
Lovely model. I like the color. (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27343.3
PICs - From My Collection - '38 Cadillac #3 by John Merritt #27342
John, the only thing more impressive than your photography is your collection. Many thanks for by David Holcombe #27342.1
Thank-you David. (EOM) by John Merritt #27342.1.1
PICs - From My Collection - '38 Cadillac #2 by John Merritt #27341
PICs - From My Collection - '38 Cadillac #1 by John Merritt #27340
Circa 1978 Peterbilt/Holmes 750 wrecker kit by Heller by John Quilter #27339
Very nice - did you supply your own wire? (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27339.1
Not wire, plastic broom bristles. A techique I learned from a very by John Quilter #27339.1.1
:-) Nice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27339.1.1.1
John, that would be Bill Harrison. I still have some broom bristles he gave me years ago. (EOM) by Curtis Parisi #27339.1.1.2
Absolutely right! I learned SO much from Bill and his modeling expertise (EOM) by John Quilter #27339.1.1.2.1
Nice job (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27339.2
Great project! I've looked at these big Heller trucks, but so far by David Holcombe #27339.3
I've built a number of Heller cars. Way simpler than this truck (EOM) by John Quilter #27339.3.1
Great work John! I'm still building up the courage to make my Heller Citroen 1:8 scale (EOM) by John Roberts #27339.3.2
We'll want to see pictures of that John! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27339.3.2.1Zone Diplomat
Ah but do you have a big enough monitor screen??!! (EOM) by John Roberts #27339.3.2.1.1
No problem resizing them. If you like, you can send them to me first. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27339.3.2.1.1.1Zone Diplomat
1:8 down to 1:43?? The box alone needs planning permission! (EOM) by John Roberts #27339.3.2.1.1.1.1
I've seen this kit. Literally thousands of parts! by John Quilter #27339.3.2.2
That's right John...and the multi-page instruction manual is in French! (EOM) by John Roberts #27339.3.2.2.1
I'll be waiting to see that one ! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27339.3.2.3
Very nice, I like those trucks. Did not know it excist. Are they still available? (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27339.4
I see them on eBay now and then. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27339.4.1
It appears that AMT/ERTL have taken over this kit from Heller by John Quilter #27339.4.2
AMT made those kits in the 1970s. Heller must have used their molds. (EOM) by David Crowe #27339.4.2.1
John, great job! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27339.5
Studebaker pickups X3 by John Quilter #27338
What a line-up - I want them all! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27338.1
Nice piece of trivia. Did not know about Dodge box. (EOM) by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27338.2
Excellent group of pickups. I need to add these. (EOM) by John Merritt #27338.3
I'm liking the '63 Studebaker Champ. (EOM) by Brian Cox #27338.4
Here's another, my 1937 Studebaker pickup Coupe Express. (pic) by David Holcombe #27338.5
Wonderful models, I really like the Champ (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27338.6
I like Brooklin models, and I like the Ford Model A in all its variations. But there are two by David Holcombe #27337
David, I'm no expert on early Brooklins, so perhaps someone else can confirm this, by Rick Thompson #27337.1
Bob Jackman, care to weigh in on this? (EOM) by Rick Thompson #27337.2
Rick I wouldn't change a word of what you posted. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27337.2.1
David...I have the latest Brooklin Models Collectors Guide.... by BenD Lampson #27337.3
Thanks, BenD. Here's what my camera sees on my computer screen. (pics) by David Holcombe #27337.3.1
OK David...first I want to tell you what a Fantastic book that is! by BenD Lampson #27337.3.1.1
That's what I wrote in my response above, Ben and David. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #27337.3.1.1.1
How did I miss that post? I think I had my horse-blinders on! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27337.3.1.1.1.1
They look nice but I've never seen anything like them come from the factory. I'm betting Code 3's. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27337.3.1.2Zone Diplomat
I'm with you John. Just had a look. Very nice but where did 'Roadmaster' come from? (EOM) by John Roberts #27337.3.1.2.1
No No No. by Mike Coupe #27337.4
Thank you, gentlemen. I think I will just stay with these two that I've had for a while. (pic) by David Holcombe #27337.5
I confirm there is no standard Ford Model A convertible made by Brooklin. by Gianluigi Cappi #27337.6
This is the one I made for Dick Browne many years ago... by John Roberts #27337.6.1
Yes, your book is wonderful! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #27337.6.2
+1 (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27337.6.2.1
I'd like the 1938 Willys 4 door sedan 4 or 6 light. The 4 door sedan 4 light has been done by Jacques Roest #27336
Good choice, Jacques. I have the Mikansue model (pic) and just by David Holcombe #27336.1
I would like to see the 38, 39 & 40 done in 1:43. 2dr. version for me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27336.2
A question for everyone....what model are you waiting for that hasn't been done yet, and would by BenD Lampson #27335
Actually two. A 1972 Buick Electra 225 LTD TRIPLE black Coupe with wire wheels and a by Tom Ciryak #27335.1
I'd like a '56 or '57 Pontiac four-door Catalina (hardtop) with the by Rick Thompson #27335.2
I'd agree but for me it doesn't have to be white metal (EOM) by John Quilter #27335.2.1
The Oldsmobile Limited, 1910-1913 (pics) by David Holcombe #27335.3
There are so many. by Harvey Goranson #27335.4
1955, 56 & 57 Chevy Nomad wagons; white metal by Brooklin or WMCE. by Jack Dodds #27335.5
The Dinky 39 series Chrysler. by Mike Coupe #27335.6
The green one in this picture. I think Mike meant a Brooklin based on the Dinky. by Harvey Goranson #27335.6.1
That's the one Harvey. It would make a nice big & styish model. (EOM) by Mike Coupe #27335.6.1.1
I'm waiting for any woodie that hasn't been produced. Would love a by Curtis Parisi #27335.7
Anything Plymouth from 1949 to 1952. These Mopars have been by John Quilter #27335.8
'62-'65 Cadillac Fleetwood; '65-'72 Olds 98/Buick Electra sedan by Mark Lampariello #27335.9
1963 Pontiac Grand Prix, preferably Brooklin. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #27335.10
Being first of all a Buick collector, I would go so far as to say by Alex Taylor #27335.11
Pics: VW’s back when VW’s were VW’s by David Knight #27334
I think that Minichamps Beetle is one by carl parrish #27334.1
I've had a few. 1952 ? with a gas heater black, 1958 red, and a 1966 green one (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27334.2
I learned to drive on a '68 Squareback! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27334.3
1953 NYPD Emergency Service Division Ford Courier by Sergio Goldvarg #27333
(PIC) ...and then the station wagon grew up... by Lloyd Mecca #27333.1
Very cool. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27333.2
Looking forward to anything with your last name on it Sergio....keep them coming! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27333.3
I see another fast sellout coming up. (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27333.4
1950's Buick wagons availability in 1/43 scale........ by BenD Lampson #27332
Brooklin did a '54 Special wagon in white metal, and WMCE (Route 66) by Rick Thompson #27332.1
You just reminded me of the WMCE wagon Rick, so i just went back and ordered one....thanks! by BenD Lampson #27332.1.1
The '54 Special by Brooklin is nice, too, Ben. Check it out. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #27332.1.1.1
You know I will Rick, thanks again! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27332.1.1.1.1
Conquest did a 1951 Roadmaster wagon. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27332.1.2
They did a 1956 wagon too. Oops, I see you have it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27332.1.2.1
I thought that after the CNQ 26 1952 Buick Super 2-door Riviera HT by Michel Lemieux #27332.1.2.1.1
I have 1950 and 1952 Buick wagons by Conquest. by Harvey Goranson #27332.2
I did not know that a wagon had been made for 1952. (EOM) by Michel Lemieux #27332.2.1
new car shopping by Galen Laird #27331
Very nice diorama. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27331.1
Nicely done. Is that on display at a show? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27331.2Zone Diplomat
yes in Lynden Washington (EOM) by Galen Laird #27331.2.1
Great Diorama. Scratch Built or Kit? (EOM) by J D Simmons #27331.3
scratch built by a man i met in the early 90's (EOM) by Galen Laird #27331.3.1
Isn't that one of Jim Hardin's dealerships? I have one very similar by Rick Thompson #27331.3.2
yes, Jim from Bellingham WA. (EOM) by Galen Laird #27331.3.2.1
Here's Rick's dealership by John Kuvakas #27331.3.2.1.1Zone Diplomat
Jim Hardin diorama buildings by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27331.3.2.1.1.1
I'm looking forward to seeing photos of your buildings, Ray! They sound great! (EOM) by Rick Thompson #27331.3.2.1.1.1.1
So this Jim Hardin is a real person? by David Crowe #27331.3.2.2
last i saw of Jim he has retired (EOM) by Galen Laird #27331.3.2.2.1
Looking good! I like everything on your lot! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27331.4
Wow!! Fantastic looking Studebaker dealership diorama. (EOM) by Ken Spear #27331.5
I love it! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27331.6
Pics-- Enco Models 1/43 Facel Vegas by Rich Pendleton #27330
OMG!!! Love them by Keko Romero #27330.1
Pics-- Tekno 0302 Mercedes buses by Rich Pendleton #27329
Something for Karl! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #27329.1
Who? :-) The black wash helps a lot! These are about 1/50 but the Scania CR76 is 1/43ish. -pics by Karl Schnelle #27329.1.1
Pics: Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography by David Knight #27328
You are right, David. That model looks great! I'll by Rich Pendleton #27328.1
Would love to see your Land Rovers, Rich. (EOM) by David Knight #27328.1.1
Great images by Russ Rader #27328.2
Pics: An LWB Autobiography by LCD would be a nice companion to the current models. by David Knight #27328.2.1
I'd probably go for one of those for my ever growing Land Rover shelf (EOM) by John Quilter #27328.2.1.1
John - FYI, Ixo CLC329 is to be a Land Rover 109 Series II, Safari-type enclosed body. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27328.2.1.1.1
Any Buick or woodie wagon fans should check out the Route 66 site.............................(pics) by BenD Lampson #27327
I just got my 47 Olds Club Sedan in Ivy Green/Seafoam Green CON23 and it's by Tom Ciryak #27327.1
Tom, just use the same credit card that you used for the Olds to order this wagon...easy-peasy...lol by BenD Lampson #27327.1.1
When I saw you post this pic a while ago I had to make a phone call. Got the green one instead. by Tom Ciryak #27327.1.1.1
Great looking '53 Buick wagon ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #27327.2
That Buick is a beauty! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27327.3
Love the Buick Estate Wagon in gray, but I'm a little concerned about by Rick Thompson #27327.4
Rick, I think the angles and focus of the shots show gaps that you wouldn't notice in hand, so by BenD Lampson #27327.4.1
You may well be right, Ben, and I look forward to seeing your photos. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #27327.4.1.1
I got the green one in it's first release. It's pretty good, I wasn't overwhelmed. by Curtis Parisi #27327.5
I see what you mean, Curtis. (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #27327.5.1
New diorama. (pic) by Gianluigi Cappi #27326
Thanks for the pics. You built a beautiful display. I find the 'paraffin' signage very by Steve Jakubczak #27326.1
The kit comes from UK and I guess it was used there. (EOM) by Gianluigi Cappi #27326.1.1
Gianluigi, good job. As fas as I aware off Keko Romero, you and I have build this garage uptill now by Jacques Roest #27326.2
I saw them and I liked them so I decided to make one myself. by Gianluigi Cappi #27326.2.1
I have them but like so many other things I haven't put it together yet (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27326.2.2
Mr. Roest added the Manufacturer of this Diorama kit, but I misplaced it. Could you post the Kit by J D Simmons #27326.3
Mr. Simmons, most of the card board kits are 1/87 a few in 1/43 here is the link by Jacques Roest #27326.3.1
Jacques, many thanks for this good link. The displays do not meet my needs, but by David Holcombe #27326.3.1.1
It looks terrific. I like the cars. (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27326.4
Nobody noted the young lady behind the Impala?? (EOM) by John Quilter #27326.5
John Guilter, do you mean the well ventilated dressed girl beside the gas pump? by Jacques Roest #27326.5.1
The full view of the garage (pic) by Gianluigi Cappi #27326.6
PICs - From My Collection - '36 Pierce-Arrow by John Merritt #27325
Good to see you posting again, John. Will you kindly send me an email? by John Kuvakas #27325.1Zone Diplomat
Yes John, it's great to see you back. I have been by Rich Pendleton #27325.2
PICs - From My Collection - '30 Pierce-Arrow by John Merritt #27324
PICs - From My Collection - '20 Pierce-Arrow by John Merritt #27323
Three in a row - I like them all! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27323.1
Good to be here again. I like your good pictures and the Pierce Arrows by Jacques Roest #27323.2
PICS - 2 Pegaso Z102 by Neo Scale Models by Keko Romero #27322
Keko, super pictures, like your Spanish cars in an English diorama (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27322.1
Good pictures of cars that really interest me! While I have read of the by David Holcombe #27322.2
Beautiful photos. I really like the beige Pegaso. Not a car I am familiar with. (EOM) by John Merritt #27322.3
The only Pegaso I've ever seen was at the Blackhawk Museum in Danville California. (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #27322.3.1
Pics---MAE 1939 McLaughlin Buick 1/43 by Rich Pendleton #27321
That is a beautiful model for sure. I have that on my wish list. (EOM) by John Merritt #27321.1
I'd like to find a top up version some day. They also did a few other very nice models. (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27321.1.1
Fine models! Many thanks for posting your good pictures. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27321.2
Thanks David, it's fun posting the photos (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27321.2.1
I’m anxious to see what you’ve done with an MAE 1940 Cadillac Sixty Special. (EOM) by David Crowe #27321.3
David, I'd be happy to show you but alas, I do by Rich Pendleton #27321.3.1
This is a nice car and looks like it can reach Brooklin quality (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27321.4
Thanks for posting. I'm glad to say I have this gem in my collection. by Bob Jackman #27321.5
Pics--Corgi Lincoln Limousines by Rich Pendleton #27320
It also came in blue (pic). by Harvey Goranson #27320.1
Yes Harvey , I know the blue ones are much harder to find. I've seen by Rich Pendleton #27320.1.1
One of my favorite Corgis by Skip Johnson #27320.1.1.1
Skip, it's fun getting these models out and getting a close look. They sit in the display cases by Rich Pendleton #27320.1.1.1.1
Wow, the only Corgie model I remember having was the James Bond Aston Martin !! by Steve Jakubczak #27320.1.1.1.1.1
Here's mine Steve. by Harvey Goranson #27320.1.1.1.1.1.1
That Corgi 261 is in amazing condition Harvey. Im impressed by Lou Petrucci #27320.1.1.1.1.1.1.1
Yep, my gold one has pealing bumpers. But it is a cool car! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27320.1.1.1.2
and the view through the rear window! by Karl Schnelle #27320.1.1.1.2.1
Pics: Tucker #1041 by David Knight #27319
Good work! And thanks for posting your results, too. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27319.1
I like the all black look. It makes a by Rich Pendleton #27319.2
The Tucker looks very good in black. The Henry Ford Museum has by Don Anderson #27319.2.1
I have seen both of them several times. The one in Gilmore is also displayed with black wall tires. (EOM) by John Merritt #27319.2.1.1
NYPD cars by John Ellis #27318
I like it very much! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27318.1
I like it too, well done 👍 (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27318.2
Just seen the recent post concerning Edsels, fantastic! by John Ellis #27317
Excellent job John, nice color too! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27317.1
As they say in the US John, you made a silk purse from a sow's ear! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27317.2
Excellent detail work. You're right about the color. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27317.3Zone Diplomat
Many thanks, gentlemen. by John Ellis #27317.3.1
John, I like almost any police vehicle. I have by Rich Pendleton #27317.3.1.1
Rich, so far I’ve only done the Dodge. by John Ellis #27317.3.1.1.1
Wrecked?? Looks like a really nice model. (EOM) by Mark Millar #27317.4
Mark, I’m pleased you like the Edsel. by John Ellis #27317.4.1
Fantastic! (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #27317.5
bos models do not produce models in 1/43 does someone knows why ? (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #27316
They do make 1/43s - I have BoS 1951 and 1953 Studebakers (EOM) by Barry Levittan #27316.1
They do have subjects not in 1:43 like a '72 Buick that I would purchase (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27316.2
Three 1:43 BoS models. by Harvey Goranson #27316.3
I have 2 BoS Models in my collection and... by Keko Romero #27316.4
BoS scales by Marius Woolley #27316.5
Pics-- "They'll know you've arrived when you drive up in an Edsel" by Rich Pendleton #27315
Those look great ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #27315.1
Edsels! Very very nice! 5x nice! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27315.2
Thanks Mike and Karl (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27315.2.1
Madison Models parts by Jack Dodds #27314
Jack....you can get photo-etched parts like wipers, trim and mirrors on ebay.... by BenD Lampson #27314.1
You could also try SMTS in the UK by John Scrivens #27314.1.1
You could also contact Amanda from Brooklin. If by Rich Pendleton #27314.2
NYPD 1970 Ford Galaxie. by Sergio Goldvarg #27313
Some arresting models on the way from Goldvarg... (EOM) by John Kuliak #27313.1
I'll have to collar some of these. (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27313.1.1
Just make sure all the badging is correct! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27313.2
Dear Harv, yes and also the NYPD will approve the model once the final prototype is finished. by Sergio Goldvarg #27313.2.1
lol Harvey.... Sergio must be getting used to people telling him all the things wrong about his by BenD Lampson #27313.2.2
Yep - I think he missed my joke. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27313.2.2.1
"Badges! We don't need no stinkin' badges!" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27313.2.2.1.1Zone Diplomat
LOL!! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27313.2.2.1.1.1
Sergio, the roof light is a clear cover, with red and yellow lights within...and by Lloyd Mecca #27313.3
Anyone else notice that the police car in the pic is parked illegally in front of a fire hydrant? by BenD Lampson #27313.4
Looks Fantastic Sergio!!! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27313.4.1
In case anyone was wondering, the Chicago-area Ferrari club will not have a show... by Harvey Goranson #27312
Ferrari show by Fred Lewis #27312.1
Bummer! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27312.2
I wonder if we should reach out to them and see if they're interested in coordinating schedules? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27312.3Zone Diplomat
Think they'll say sure, as long as it's the date that they choose for their exotic car$ customer$. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #27312.3.1
In the past I've seen their date coincides with the Sebring race. by Harvey Goranson #27312.3.1.1
BMW M ROADSTER, a Testors/ Bburago kit just completed (pics), the second try. by David Holcombe #27311
You pick some very obscure kits David, and i commend your bravery. I was a certified M-power BMW by BenD Lampson #27311.1
I just have fun, BenD, and it sounds like you have had more than your share! Great!! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27311.1.1
I have the Minichamps James Bond version of that car - same color. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27311.1.2
Interesting. I think the Minichamps Z3 version is very similar to the one I built, by David Holcombe #27311.1.2.1
The Bond Z3 is a light-to-medium metallic blue. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27311.1.2.1.1
David, you did a fine job on this one! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27311.2
MMMM - nice red M! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27311.3
Pics-- An assortment of Volvos by Rich Pendleton #27310
A most interesting collection, Rich. Many thanks for your good post. (EOM) by David Holcombe #27310.1
Great collection Rich. I'm afraid a number of those 1937s have perished in my workshop (Pics) by John Roberts #27310.2
Well John, they by Rich Pendleton #27310.2.1
Thanks Rich! (EOM) by John Roberts #27310.2.1.1
I have that Nacoral from back in the day - what a great selection though! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27310.3
Thanks Karl, for their age by Rich Pendleton #27310.3.1
An unusual 1:43 kit just arrived, a Somerville Standard Flying 12 (pics) by David Holcombe #27309
Looks like an interesting build. What's the color? (EOM) by Ken Spear #27309.1
If this were mine, I would create a grilll section using by John Quilter #27309.2
David and John.That is a very good advice. Another method maybe by Jacques Roest #27309.2.1
I suggest recreating both sides of the grille so they match. (EOM) by David Crowe #27309.2.1.1
I've tried using wire in scratchbuilding but was never able to get the pieces straight--frustrating! (EOM) by Mark Lampariello #27309.2.2
Example of a grill done with wire, 1941 Mercury conversion by John Quilter #27309.2.2.1
If anyone else happens to have the by Rich Pendleton #27309.3
What a nice offer! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27309.3.1
Somerville spare parts by John Kuliak #27309.4
Thanks John Kuliak for the address of Promod. Never heard of them by Jacques Roest #27309.4.1
Some of the Promod-produced Somervilles have been simplified.. by John Roberts #27309.4.1.1
Many thanks, John. I just sent them an e-mail, and I will report here if by David Holcombe #27309.4.2
Hope it works out, David! (EOM) by John Kuliak #27309.4.2.1
Most of the Somerville kits on Ebay are Promod-produced.... by John Roberts #27309.5
Contact Promod models here in the UK. by Mike Coupe #27309.6
Check out the price on the 1930 Cadillac on the 1/43 auction. by Bob Jackman #27308
That's a real bargain! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27308.1
LOL! (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27308.1.1
I've tried notifying the seller. He has a good record for his sales. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27308.2Zone Diplomat
I was away from the house all day, so sorry I haven't been able to get back too you sooner. by Greg Johnston #27308.2.1
Thanks, Greg. We all knew it was an honest mistake. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27308.2.1.1Zone Diplomat
Pics: My Brooklin Models by John Roberts by Jacques Roest #27307
Very nice work by JR. But if it was me, I would have used blackwalls on the sheriffs cars. by Harvey Goranson #27307.1
Easy enough to reverse the tires and paint the white walls black. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27307.1.1
But Harv, that's how you can tell it's really the Sheriff and not Barney. by Don Anderson #27307.2
LOL! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27307.2.1
JR 1934 Buick in my collection PICs... by Ralf Buyer #27307.3
Another beauty, Ralf (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27307.3.1
Thanks Rich (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27307.3.1.1
Ralf, the improvement on the rack well done . It is more natural (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27307.3.2
Jacques, they are all beautiful but I really by Rich Pendleton #27307.4
Wow..these bring back memories Jacques! Can't believe some are 20 years old... by John Roberts #27307.6
Pics: Repaints of Brooklin 16 1935 Dodge Delivery Van by Jacques Roest #27306
Are these homemade, Jacques? I used to make conversions of Ford V8 vans by Eligor (Pics)... by Ralf Buyer #27306.1
Ralf, I bougt the decals on the internet. Your Fords look great (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27306.1.1
Jacques, they look fantastic! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27306.2
Thanks Ralf and Rich (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27306.2.1
The paintwork is nice Jacques but the modern Coke and Pepsi ads look out of place. by Harvey Goranson #27306.3
Thanks Harvey, but I did not know these decals existed (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27306.3.1
Excellent Jacques! (EOM) by John Roberts #27306.4
Pics: Repaints of Brooklin 9 1940 Ford Sedan Delivery by Jacques Roest #27305
These are extraordinary nice Jacques...some how I missed this post, but glad I scrolled down! (EOM) by BenD Lampson #27305.1
Pics: 1959 Cadillacs by Jacques Roest #27304
Oh, that Dinky takes me back. Once had one in that same colour as a kid. (EOM) by Jani Bodmann #27304.1
Dinky/Matchbox reissued it in pink. Mine is earmarked for my daughter. by Harvey Goranson #27304.1.1
Thanks Harvey, that is a very nice one. (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27304.1.1.1
Yes it is, my grandfather had the identical car in blue and in the summer of 1961 by Rich Pendleton #27304.1.1.1.1
A wide range of different price groups, but they look like they can sit next to eachother on display by BenD Lampson #27304.2
Pics- Lincoln Mark lV and Mark V 1/43 by Rich Pendleton #27303
Golden! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27303.1
Pics-- MAE 1959 Cadillacs 1/43 by Rich Pendleton #27302
These Cadillacs looks much better with chrome and detail like you did. I have one and it looks by Jacques Roest #27302.1
Jacques, I do detail many models but by Rich Pendleton #27302.1.1
Some miscellaneous postings by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27301
Wow, Raymond, those are all beauties! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27301.1
Good pictures and information, Raymond. I am right now waiting on by David Holcombe #27301.2
Thanks for posting, I like those British cars from the 40 and 50 ies. by Jacques Roest #27301.3
British cars by Alan Dinsmore #27301.4
Thanks Ray, for showing us your beautiful models. Now I'll make myself by Don Anderson #27301.4.1
Great pictures Ray! I think it may be GW Engineering.. by John Roberts #27301.5
Some interesting 1/43 models on auction by John Kuvakas #27300Zone Diplomat
Seriously John, we need photos. It is the 21st century, no... by Lloyd Mecca #27300.1
I try to help those folks who are unable to post pictures when I can. by John Kuvakas #27300.1.1Zone Diplomat
It's the seller's responsibility, not John's. It's nice of John to help when asked. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27300.1.1.1
John does a phenomenal job, but Legacy profits from everything now so I don't think the request is by Albert Kohalich #27300.1.1.1.1
My time is volunteered. We're alwasy looking for more volunteers to help out (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27300.1.1.1.1.1Zone Diplomat
That should effectively end the discussion. ;) (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27300.1.1.1.1.1.1
I agree (EOM) by John Roberts #27300.1.1.1.2
Should have said, I agree with Mark - my post appeared in the wrong place! (EOM) by John Roberts #27300.1.1.1.2.1
I would like to see the discontinuance of manufacturers' photos for this use. by Harvey Goranson #27300.1.1.1.3
Whole hearrtedly agree with you Harv. Need to see the actual items before buying. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #27300.1.1.1.3.1
+1....Ebay particularly, and this doesn't just apply to little cars (EOM) by John Roberts #27300.1.1.1.3.1.1
White metal spin casting by John DeHanes #27299
I commend your commtiment to the USA John! You have my support. (EOM) by Albert Kohalich #27299.1
Pics--1/43 Amphicars from Minichamps and Neo by Rich Pendleton #27298
Rich, I like them both. I think, that the Minichamps is the best . (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27298.1
I agree, Jacques. (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27298.1.1
I have both and I think... by Keko Romero #27298.2
I like oddballs, too by Randy Rusk #27298.3
Thanks Randy (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27298.3.1
Pics--Nostalgic Miniatures 1/43 1981 DeLoreans by Rich Pendleton #27297
I went to the DeLorean convention several years ago in Indy and you have... by Karl Schnelle #27297.1
Karl, Both versions had the brushed bodies. The painted by Rich Pendleton #27297.1.1
Ah, now I understand. What great work! Thanks you for the pics! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27297.1.1.1
1960 Mercury Colony Park second prototype by Sergio Goldvarg #27296
Make mine Mountain Rose Poly, please. (EOM) by David Crowe #27296.1
A beautiful wagon Sergio; make mine the heather colored version please. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #27296.2
Make mine in the USA-LOL. by Albert Kohalich #27296.3
the blue one is perfect for me (EOM) by Michel Gouverneur #27296.4
Wow, I want one of each. (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27296.5
Sergio, the ‘60 Colony Park looks fabulous. by John Ellis #27296.6
BMW M ROADSTER, a Testors/ Bburago kit just completed (pics) by David Holcombe #27295
It's always a joy seeing your builds, David. Thanks for sharing. by John Kuvakas #27295.1Zone Diplomat
Can't wait to see it! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27295.2
1961 Buick Electra prototype by Goldvarg by Sergio Goldvarg #27294
Very nice as usual. Wouldn't expect anything less from you! I would say by Curtis Parisi #27294.1
Curtis is correct regarding the rear panel color, and I would love to see by Brian Laurance #27294.1.1
That would be cool- to have a matching rear panel! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27294.1.1.1
Now maybe it's just me, but I was raised in a suburb of Chicago where it was affluent by Don Anderson #27294.2
Is the blue shade Laguna Blue Poly? If so then a Bimini Blue roof would by Jack Dodds #27294.3
You know he may be right. It is an Electra, maybe a little too regal by Don Anderson #27294.3.1
I agree with Jack and Don that even a 2 dr Electra is more elegant than sporty, by Mark Lampariello #27294.3.2
Very nice Sergio. I will agree with Don about the two tone finish. I was only by Mark Millar #27294.4
+1 (EOM) by Skip Johnson #27294.4.1
Beautiful model! I have to agree that I love red but not on this car. Too flashy for an Electra (EOM) by Randall Olson #27294.4.2
I love the all red, The blue would be good as a two tone though. (EOM) by Ron Hughes #27294.5
Looking forward to this model! I have the '62 in Cameo Cream and it's excellent.... by Ted Weller #27294.6
Pics--MAE 1/43 1961 Chryslers-remember?? by Rich Pendleton #27293
I think that they are all beautiful too. You're lucky to have them ! (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #27293.1
My favourite Chrysler year. The gold/pewter one is really classy looking. (EOM) by Randall Olson #27293.2
Thanks Randall, I liked the color so used it even by Rich Pendleton #27293.2.1
These folks also made the '39 McLaughlin Buick used in the Royal Tour as well as by Randall Olson #27293.3
More to come (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27293.3.1
Many thanks by Al Stack #27292
So sorry for your loss, Al. Our hearts and prayers are with you. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27292.1Zone Diplomat
So sorry for your loss, Al. by Richard Nosker #27292.2
My sincere condolences, Al, to you and your family on Rita's recent passing. by Rick Thompson #27292.3
My heart goes out to you, Al. Our fond memories are our greatest treasures. Stay with love. David (EOM) by David Holcombe #27292.4
Al, you are a good friend and I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. by John Ellis #27292.5
My prayers are with you and your family for your loss. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #27292.5.1
So sorry for your loss Al. Thinking of you very much at this sad and tough time (EOM) by John Roberts #27292.5.2
I'm sorry for your loss Al. As a widower myself, by Jeffery Lane #27292.6
Sorry for your loss. The pain from that missing part of you won't go away soon. (EOM) by Frank Racibozynski #27292.7
Sorry for your loss, my prayers are with you and your family. (EOM) by Sergio Goldvarg #27292.8
Thank you so much for your kind and heartfelt words. If we can do anything at all, let us know. (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27292.9
Please accept my condolences, to you and your family RIP Ray P. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27292.9.1
I'm very sorry Al, may by Rich Pendleton #27292.9.1.1
My sympathy sent to you and your Family. God Bless you all. (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #27292.9.1.1.1
Very sorry to read about your wife Al. Cancer is a terrible thing to watch as it takes our loved one (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27292.10
Al, I am sorry for your great loss. Thank you for your generous and heartfelt gratitude. (EOM) by Randall Olson #27292.11
Casting work needed. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27291
Ray - see post 27275.1.2.2.3.1.1 below. Maybe John Daniels can help. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27291.1
Raymond Paszkiewicz and John Daniels-Please contact me at by Albert Kohalich #27291.2
Casting work needed. by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27291.2.1
Castings by Albert Kohalich #27291.2.1.1
Albert Koholich by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27291.2.1.1.1
‘42 Oldsmobile Coupe by John Ellis #27290
Beautiful work, John. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #27290.1Zone Diplomat
+1...excellent John! (EOM) by John Roberts #27290.1.1
+2! Fantastic! (EOM) by Mark Sweeney #27290.1.2
IMHO, this Oldsmobile is the best Brooklin to date (I wouldn't want to date it though ;-).....(pics) by BenD Lampson #27290.2
There were a lot of wagons for sale around Christmas, per BRK's stated inventory. (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27290.2.1
Brooklin's finest models by Raymond Paszkiewicz #27290.2.2
You are correct Raymond. The side trim should not be painted red. by Lou Petrucci #27290.2.2.1
(PIC) So this might be an over-restored car? by Ralf Buyer #27290.2.2.1.1
It may be Ralf. I checked Oldsmobile ads for that year and didn’t by Lou Petrucci #27290.2.2.1.1.1
Thank you, Lou! (EOM) by Ralf Buyer #27290.2.2.1.1.1.1
This is the example in the Bulgari Collection... by John Roberts #27290.2.2.1.1.1.2
Magnificent presentation! What method do you use for polishing the paint? (EOM) by David Holcombe #27290.3
WOW...that's great! I will have to revise what I did to my fastbacks (PICs)... by Ralf Buyer #27290.4
Ralph, you are breaking the collector laws and have waaayyyy too many fastbacks, so by BenD Lampson #27290.4.1
Beautiful, John. This model was already a winner. But what you did is marvellous (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27290.5
Oldsmobile ads for 1942 (pics) by David Holcombe #27290.6
I love these old ads David, thanks for posting! I have a book on Muscle car ads............. (pics) by BenD Lampson #27290.6.1
Excellent, John! Beautiful work indeed. I wish Brooklin hadn't failed to by Rick Thompson #27290.7
Gentlemen, many thanks for your kind comments. by John Ellis #27290.7.1
That's the best one I've seen. Great job! (EOM) by Jeffery Lane #27290.7.1.1
My latest concept car from AutoCult - the AMX/3. by Harvey Goranson #27289
Excellent rendition of an obscure but gorgeous car! EOM (EOM) by Ted Weller #27289.1
Good looking model. Congratulations! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27289.2
Yes, I like it too! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27289.3
Been considering putting one of these on order (EOM) by Tom Ciryak #27289.4
Nice choice and work by Autocult (EOM) by Keko Romero #27289.5
Pics-- Tekno Sprite Musketeer 1/43 Caravan by Rich Pendleton #27288
Wow - Karl and Randy are gonna like those! (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #27288.1
Excellent, lots of tekno collectors will be happy to have these 2 caravans (EOM) by Jacques Roest #27288.2
Drool ... You have the little attachment that fits on certain Tekno cars so you can tow it! Nice!! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27288.3
Mine is all off-white, so a third variant! -pic by Karl Schnelle #27288.3.1
Nice! (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27288.3.1.1
Karl, I have the hitch for the other one packed away by Rich Pendleton #27288.3.2
yes, since they were loose parts, kids easily lost them! (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #27288.3.2.1
Yes that makes sense now that by Rich Pendleton #27288.3.2.1.1
Pics--Auto Buff 1/43 white metal from the 80's by Rich Pendleton #27287
Beautiful projects, Rich, and you did fine work with them. Well done! (EOM) by David Holcombe #27287.1
Thanks David (EOM) by Rich Pendleton #27287.1.1
Pics: AMT Ford 1936 and 1948, Was in the collection Auto Buff Ford 1948 by Jacques Roest #27287.2

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