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Harv Goranson
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I acquired a Neo Relant Scimitar for a car club friend who had a 1/1 - in the same color no less. Wish I had bought two.


   
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Keko Romero
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@tom-sommer Yes, I noticed about Princess Ana and his love for Scimitars. In 'The Crown' TV series appear the actress driving a Scimitar.

 

Here are some more nice Neo...

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Cheers

 

Keko Romero Sánchez
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John Quilter
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There was something for everyone in the NEO range,  American and European cars from multiple eras.   There is no way I could pick a favorite in this range.

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I regret to say, I do not have any 1/43 scale NEO car models. However, looking at all of your photos, they made some very nice models. My favorite is that 1959 Dodge.  I do have a 1/64 scale NEO truck model.  It is a 1960 GMC Tilt Cab box truck, shown on my model train layout.  I included a photo, if any of you are interested.

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Frank Reed
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The NEO ‘72 Cougar is on my wishlist..

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Frank Reed
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Sorry, I’m a little late in the discussion. I think the 1955 Mercury custom is mine. It’s fairly rare in auction. I like the fact that NEO chose a model of Mercury hasn’t been done before. 


   
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John Quilter
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@ed-davis  I wish someone would do this iconic Chevy or GMC truck in 43rd or 50th scale.  The contemporary Ford COE truck has been done.

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@john-quilter 

I agree with you, although I would prefer 1/43 scale with period correct graphics.  NEO also makes a 1/64 scale 1960 Chevrolet tilt cab box truck with A&P Super Markets graphics.  I like these straight trucks (non - tractor trailer).  They can be made with a wide variety of configurations, such as box, flat bed, tanker, dump, etc. and do not take up that much space.

Ed Davis
Inverness, Illinois, USA


   
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