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Keko Romero
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Great job did Sergio on this model, maybe my favorite among my last purchases...

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Cheers

Keko Romero Sánchez
Cádiz, Spain
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John Quilter
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Spotted one of these in an Oregon museum a few years back.  A very non deluxe no chrome survivor. 

1949 Chevrolet Fleetline fastback

 

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


   
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Mike DeTorrice
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That's a superb Goldvarg Chevrolet, Keko ! What a great model. And that survivor Chevy is also a sweetheart, even though it's plain and unassuming


   
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David H
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  My first car was a '51 Chevrolet fastback 2-door.  Dependable, cheap to operate, and rusted out in the rocker panels.   Long time ago. . .   Do you think Sergio used some rust preventer on this good looker?

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John Quilter
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No rust in the one I found in the museum.   That car has a lot of memories, in 1952 I and my family traveled from Virginia to the San Francisco Bay Area in one, towing a horse and in a home made horse trailer,  16 days on the road!     Now replicated in miniature.

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John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


   
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Ben Lampson
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Excellent pics of this outstanding model Keko......I also purchased this one with all the jewelry over the plain jane yellow version (which also looks great)

Question Keko....I know you have an extensive resin collection, but do you also collect white metal models?

I received this Goldvarg Chevy the same day I received the Conquest 1950 Buick sedanette.

Their DNA is totally different, but they look like they came from the same mother.

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Bob Jackman
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Nice comparison shots Ben.


   
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John Kuvakas
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Well done, Ben!

John Kuvakas
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Keko Romero
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@ben-lampson Hello Ben. I have several Brooklin-Lansdowne in my collection, but I'm usually focused in resin and diecast. If sometime I found a good bargain of a white metal model which I'm interested, I go for it, but it's not the usual for me.

By the way, that Buick looks terrific and the comparison pics are awesome.

Keko Romero Sánchez
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