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Posted By: Richard Nosker
Posted On: Sunday April 14, 2019 at 7:43 PM
I fully agree, David.
Here is a list of cars I've built for myself in 1/43 as a result of that lack:
1916 Packard 1-35 7-P Twin Six Touring Car
1918 Crame Simplex Model 5 7-P Touring Car (JD Rockefeller)
1913 American Underslung Traveler 56A 7-P Touring Car
1914 Detroit Electric Brougham Model 47 (Clara Ford)
1915 Dodge Model 30-35 Touring Car
1914 Peerless Model 60 7-P Touring Car
1919 McFarlan Type 127 4-P Touring Car
1922 Marmon Model 34B 4-P Speedster
1916 Buick D-55 Touring Car Twin Six prototype
1912 Oldsmobile Limited 5-P Touring Car
1914 Marmon Model 48 5-P Touring Car
1916 Willys Overland Model 86 7-P Touring Car
1916 Chevrolet H4 "Baby Grand" Touring Car
1912 Locomobile 6-48M Sportsman Torpedo 5-P Touring Car
1922 Rolls Royce 40/50 Springfield Brunn "Silver Ghost" Phaeton (Jay Gatsby)
1919 Pierce Arrow Model 66 A-4 Touring Car (Fatty Arbuckle)
1910 Pierce Arrow Model 66 7-P Touring Car
1924 Lincoln Model L Fleetwood Limousine
1905 Pierce Great Arrow 28/32 5-P Touring Car

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The missing years in 1:43 American cars: the brass age (pics) by David Holcombe #25695
I fully agree, David. by Richard Nosker #25695.1
Wow! I would love to see pics of any of those, Richard. (EOM) by Scott Brown #25695.1.1
The best I've been able to do with this era is detailing by John Quilter #25695.1.2
Any possibility of a few pictures? This list looks like a dream sheet to me! (EOM) by David Holcombe #25695.1.3
Here are some more from pics I've made. by Harvey Goranson #25695.1.4
Using Richard's list, here's one that looks interesting: (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.2
And another, one I've heard of and had fun looking up. (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.2.1
Richard's models are superb. I've been lucky enough to see a few photos (EOM) by John Roberts #25695.2.1.1
The "Fatty Arbuckle" 1919 Pierce is one of many that I have by kenneth Hodges #25695.2.1.2
Kenneth, you stumped me on your second favorite, the Heine-Velox. So I looked it up! (pic) by David Holcombe #25695.
It certainly would David, either one of the two remaining by kenneth Hodges #25695.
Perhaps this 1918 Cadillac by Vlad Sorokolat is a harbinger of the future? by Harvey Goranson #25695.3

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