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Truck Thursday! Today we have a 1937 GMC pick-up from Danbury Mint. The color combination is refreshing. If you are looking for one, be sure to check on the hood emblem. It took me a while to find a good one. Enjoy!
Twice in the last few weeks I've missed out on this. Next time!
Thunderbird Friday! Here we have an FM 1956 Ford Thunderbird First Production Article (FPA). Other than no LE plate, this FPA is pretty much the same as the production version. Enjoy!
Have it as a part of my collection.
@bob-jackman That’s awesome. It is great to know the existence of another FPA. Is yours different from the production model?
Hot Rod Saturday! Today we have a Danbury Mint prototype - 1935 Ford Pickup Vintage Hot Rod. In the last picture, the production version is on the left. Noticed all the exterior differences? Enjoy!
Head Scratcher Sunday! Here we have a mysterious Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 from an unknown maker. This is a resin curbside model with limited engine details. Please let me know if you are familiar with it.
Coupe Monday! Today we have a 1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Coupe from Danbury Mint. One of my favorite models. Enjoy!
Two-Tone Tuesday! Here we have a 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aerosedan from Danbury Mint. I’m glad that this one made it to the market before the factory closure. Enjoy!
High-End Sunday! Here we have something really special, a 1964 Ferrari 158 Grand Prix race car from master builder Christian Gouel (www.cg-models.com). Truly exquisite. Enjoy!
Found this picture in my old Toledo show pictures. Looks like the same kit was used. Unfortunately, I didn't picture the label that identifies the kit and the builder.
I guess it is the same builder as these:
high end indeed Chav! Beautiful work