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Posted By: Roger Kerr
Posted On: Wednesday May 20, 2020 at 7:23 PM
 
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GFCC
I bought a couple several months ago. Each had more than minimal surface imperfections and the Studebaker had the steering wheel literally at the level of the ankles which I thought was ridiculous. I got a 50% refund and am done with that brand.

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I've stumbled into a bunch of GFCC 1/43 toys on ebay. What can anyone tell me about this brand? (EOM) by Ed Glorius #28095
They are not bad, decent overall model. crappy wheels. But the look and size is right. by John Merritt #28095.1
GFCC by Roger Kerr #28095.2
I was pretty happy with my 1956 Buick four door hardtop and by John Quilter #28095.2.1
I have several and they have amazing fidelity for the money. by Joe Libricz #28095.2.2
Bit of a contradiction in terms there Joe! (EOM) by John Roberts #28095.2.2.1
They are basically like updated Dinky models by Marius Woolley #28095.2.2.2
I think they come from the same factory making Atlas Dinky replicas, so... by Harvey Goranson #28095.2.2.2.1
I think that you are right by Marius Woolley #28095.2.2.2.1.1
See a review at https://www.maronline.org.uk/gfcc-models/ (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #28095.3
And https://www.maronline.org.uk/gfcc-toys-1955-studebaker-speedway-coupe/ (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #28095.3.1
Re-read the MAR article and took a look at my '59 Pontiac by John Quilter #28095.3.2




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