Never really could get into the 54’ Skylarks styling,always preferred the 53’ ☺️
Great Buick sample Lu! I like the whitewalls on one side and blackwalls on the other. I hope Raffi is doing well.
I decided not to buy any of these Bucks because they were not in scale, but if that's not bothering you, they are great models, materials and finish is top notch (at least base on what I can see on the picture). I'm not that excited on the subject and can't justify paying top dollar for models that don't meet their basic objective of accuracy. Since I expanded to 1/43 and 1/18 there is too much competition for my money.
My thoughts exactly Chav.
Pursuit Sunday! Let’s take a look at the New South Wales Highway Patrol's Subaru WRX model by Dinkum Classics. Made with a blend of high-quality resin and white metal parts, this curbside model is sure to impress. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride!
Favorite Monday! Today we have a 1921 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost from the Franklin Mint. A truly unique, undervalued, and one of my favorite FM gems. If you don’t have it, you should definitely pick one up.
Yummy Tuesday! Here we have a 1953 Good Humor Ice Cream truck from the Danbury Mint. Another truly unique piece. Enjoy!
Another one I can never at a price I want to pay, one day!
Woody Wednesday! Today we have a 1948 Chrysler Town & Country from the Danbury Mint, which happens to be the second car to join the collection. Enjoy!
Ha! my second DM too Lu, purchased from Roy Rauch at least 20 years ago
Timeless Thursday! Here we have a 1949 Jaguar XK120 from the Danbury Mint. Timeless and iconic design, sleek lines, and glossy finish. High recommended!
Oldie But Goodie Friday! Today we have 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Catalina from the Franklin Mint. Enjoy!
Sample Saturday! Here we have a 1933 Ford Deluxe color sample from the Franklin Mint. Enjoy!
love it, works beautifully
V12 Sunday! Today we have a 1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 from the Danbury Mint. The V12 design has a displacement of 9.4 liters, and it produced an impressive 220 horsepower, which was a remarkable feat in the 1930s. It also featured many advanced technology for its time, such as hydraulic brakes, independent suspension, and a five-speed manual transmission. Enjoy!
A DM oldie but still looking good today Lu!
@lu The '33 Ford is amazing.
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