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Old 03-24-2017, 12:37 PM
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Default Just some stuff...........................................

Hey,sort of dusty in here............................(cough, cough)

Well I cleared some space,got a coffee,here is some stuff from the shelves...

M2............


Grnlight.................



Johnny Lightning.............



M2......................



M2...............



Grnlight................



Thanks for looking...........................

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Old 03-25-2017, 01:34 PM
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That 1955 M2 Pontiac Star Chief, in two-tone turquoise and white, has long been one of my favorites, although I also have the same model in black & white, brown & white, and green & cream. And I (we) are not the only ones who appreciate the beauty of that classic Pontiac, as evidenced by a recent experience I had. I was showing (or showing off) my growing collection of 1:64 diecast models, all displayed in twelve well illuminated Carney acrylic display cases, to my daughter and two of my grandchildren. My collection now numbers 866 pieces - not huge, and certainly not as large as those of some other members here, but it is none-the-less a respectable collection. It is comprised mostly of models of the Big 3 American manufacturers (Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler), in model years from ~1930 through the 1960's - the cars I love and remember seeing as a kid. The display completely occupies two adjacent walls, and is quite impressive to view. I asked my daughter, who is not what one would call a car enthusiast, and at 36 years of age is much too young to remember any of the cars in the display, which one car she thought was the best. She did not hesitate a bit, and quickly pointed to the M2 1955 Pontiac Star Chief in turquoise & white as her favorite (hey, I didn't raise any fools). All of the models you pictured are great, but that 1955 Poncho occupies a special place to me.
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Old 03-25-2017, 03:48 PM
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Hey "Bird".............

Thanks for looking..........

I too have my collection based on American iron..............

Mostly 50's to late 60's,some EARLY 70's in all scales as well as a few 20's and 30's.

I didn't even look at 64 until 2009 or so..................Ha,they ended taking up the space that I didn't have to begin with..............................

This last year if I bought 10 pieces..... well maybe 15 or 20 pieces,that was it.
All still in the package........

NO ROOM...............

No really............................................ .......








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The shot..................



End result........



Ertl 1:64......................
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