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Galen55
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John Merritt
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A great model. Of the 50s & 60s series from FM, this is my favorite.

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


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Bob Jackman
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What John said.


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David Holcombe
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Yep, me too.


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JayGolan
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The best of the FM series. Has anyone ever made a Skyliner with a moveable roof in any scale (besides 1.1)


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Stanton Lyman
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@jaygolan

Jay, Both FM and DM have made models of the '57 'Skyliner' at 1:24 scale, in multiple color combinations. The Danbury model is quite an intricate example of model making art.

If you like larger, 'SunStar' makes, in my estimation, an excellent 1:18 scale model of the '57, again in  a large variety of colors. I have about 6 of them, I love this car.


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David Holcombe
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Galen, as I look again at your good picture of my favorite FM, I think of the "advances" in our new cars that seemed so important.  Sometimes they were and sometimes they were not.  That really struck me when I posted an old Ford cartoon on the Lounge this morning.  Since some (?) don't look at that forum department, here's an example: Wink David H

model t ford cartoon cobb x shinn 29

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