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1/32 - 1/34 vintage cars

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  • Lennart Elg
    Found an interesting source of 1/32 - 1/34 diecast vintage cars, including some very useful-looking trucks: http://www.frensley.net/DIECASTD.HTM
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 11, 2007
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      Found an interesting source of 1/32 - 1/34 diecast vintage cars,
      including some very useful-looking trucks:

      http://www.frensley.net/DIECASTD.HTM
    • Woodie Greene
      Good website for the old cars. MOTOR MINT has the same collection. The Signature models (Model T, White, REO, etc) have the nicest detailing. Beware of the K
      Message 2 of 3 , Oct 11, 2007
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        Good website for the old cars. MOTOR MINT has the same collection. The Signature models (Model T, White, REO, etc) have the nicest detailing. Beware of the K LINE cars, however. They are marketed as "1:32" and "1:43" according to the market they advertise in. From time to time, Motor Mint has sales where you can get cars priced 2 for 20 US dollars and their fire trucks sometimes go for 15 US dollars each. Now if some company would sell 1:32 auto tools and garage details for a decent price, life would be even better!
                      Woodie
        Lennart Elg <len_elg@...> wrote:
        Found an interesting source of 1/32 - 1/34 diecast vintage cars,
        including some very useful-looking trucks:

        http://www.frensley .net/DIECASTD. HTM


      • daniel caso
        Lennart: Thank you! It is really interesting. They have also a nice variety and no bad prices at all.They seem not too detailled but with some work they will
        Message 3 of 3 , Oct 11, 2007
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          Lennart:
                        Thank you! It is really interesting. They have also a nice variety and  no bad prices at all.They seem not too detailled but with some work they will look just perfect.

                        Daniel

          Lennart Elg <len_elg@...> wrote:
          Found an interesting source of 1/32 - 1/34 diecast vintage cars,
          including some very useful-looking trucks:

          http://www.frensley .net/DIECASTD. HTM



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