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Graeme Ogg
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Just came across this video quite by chance.

It's like a JK "unboxing" video with the turntable, but without commentary, just naff music. But it's a nice reminder of how good they could be. Great colour scheme, and it still looks terrific on the shelf. (Of course it just happens to be one of my all-time favourite designs, which helps).

Chrysler Imperial Crown Southampton 1958 in 1:43 NEO Scale Models - YouTube

Graeme.M. Ogg
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John Kuvakas
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I like that guy's channel, ran across him a few months ago. He does a nice job.

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David H
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Thanks, Graeme.  I enjoyed it.


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Bob Jackman
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Nice review of the Imperial. I have the model and the detail is outstanding Thanks Graeme.


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100Ford2003
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What a... ahem, beautiful model, although I'm old enough to remember that windscreen wipers WERE NOT black in those days ? 

Or is my screen messed up ?

Please advise. 

Steve


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100Ford2003
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Good Lord, please prove me wrong as I'm not comfortable being so - 

I guess it's because I'm a Gemini..lol 

Steve


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John Kuvakas
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Rest easy, they are black on the model. But they are very well rendered. 

John Kuvakas
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Keko Romero
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Hello, it seems Modelcar Group keeps alive the brand Neo Scale Models. Not new castings, but here are new reissues of old castings...

https://www.modelcarworld.de/es/shopsearch.php?katalog=&vormerkungen=1&language=es&userid=1491877&f1=*MARKE&c1=&f=*TYP&c=&f3=*HERSTELLER&c3=Neo&f2=MASSSTAB&c2=&f4=GRUPPE&c4=&f5=BAUJAHR2&c5=

Cheers

Keko Romero Sánchez
Cádiz, Spain
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Keko Romero
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Modelcaworld announces two new arrivals by Neo. Not new castings, just old reissued, 1952 Chevrolet Station Wagon in Burgundy and BMW M5 E34 in dark green... 

Keko Romero Sánchez
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John Quilter
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Oh,  finally the 1952 Chevrolet in burgundy!  Been waiting for months and months.   I would also like to see a reissue of the 1949 Chrysler New Yorker sedan in blue which was proposed but never done.  Black was the original color.

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


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