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Keko Romero
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Happy that finally got this fantastic model and with a little discount..

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60G98BT01
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Cheers

 

Keko Romero Sánchez
Cádiz, Spain
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Ken Spear
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The 1960 Olds is one that I haven't got. Sergio has released so many nice '60s cars that it is getting hard for me to decide which ones to get. I wish I could order all of them but can't due to cost and room restrictions. Thanks for posting these pics Keko.


   
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Al_Dorado
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Gr8 pics of amazing models. 👍 Makes me wish I had collected in 1:43 as well as 1:24. 


   
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Jack Dodds
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Great pics Keko.  My fave of those displayed is the 60 Mercury Colony Park wagon.


   
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Mark Sweeney
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Another superb model from Sergio.  I have both colors of this beauty.


   
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Moe Parr
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Beautiful Oldsmobile, Keko, especially in "Cooper" Mist Poly Wink  

Barry Levittan
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John Merritt
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They are both outstanding models-I have both of them. While I really like the Olds, I prefer the green version. For me, the Mercury wagon is to die for. That one is so amazing, it catches my eye every time I pass it in the display case.

I hope you are very happy with them both, the Olds looks great in all of your pairings. 

Nice to see that there are some NEO '59 Oldsmobiles that are not banana-shaped, I have bought two of them and returned both for that reason. They were very noticeable and I just couldn't see past that-I do have a very nice convertible version.

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


   
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Harv Goranson
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Here's the green version. It reminded me of the 4-door we had as a "taxi" in Havana in 2019.

Goldvarg GC 021B Oldsmobile 1960 pic1
Oldsmobile 88 4 door Sedan 1960

   
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Jack Dodds
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Posted by: @jcarnutz

They are both outstanding models-I have both of them. While I really like the Olds, I prefer the green version. For me, the Mercury wagon is to die for. That one is so amazing, it catches my eye every time I pass it in the display case.

I hope you are very happy with them both, the Olds looks great in all of your pairings. 

Nice to see that there are some NEO '59 Oldsmobiles that are not banana-shaped, I have bought two of them and returned both for that reason. They were very noticeable and I just couldn't see past that-I do have a very nice convertible version.

I recall when the 1960 Merc Colony Park was released in Royal Lilac metallic and second color of turquoise, the lilac seemed to really generate polarized opinion.  Personally I knew I had to have it immediately...lol.  I did get the turquoise one later;  IMHO it is very nice but is no match for the lilac version.  The "Big 3" have all used this lilac color on their cars at various times through the 50s to 70s and I recall it always being the subject of spirited debate.  I recall this was particularly evident when Chryco used it on the original Dodge Charger, which I loved.  They called it mauve poly.


   
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