Last seen: May 28, 2023
Another impressive post Rich. What a great model. I have it in 1/43 scale (SMTS), nice but nothing like the extreme detail on this one.
I’m going with 1956, 1955, then 1957 but I love all three.
Great memories, Thanks Mike. I drove the length of Daytona Beach with my young family back in about 1970 in my 1966 Chevelle SS Convertible. Exhilar...
72-B, Jeep CJ-5, 1/63 scale. Introduced 1967, discontinued 1971. 1967-1969 Yellow with red seats, yellow plastic wheel hubs with black plastic ti...
Like John, DeSoto, Mercury and finally Oldsmobile. This year I really like.
What a wonderful masterpiece of weathering John. I am truly impressed.
Sorry but I was disappointed with the styling of these three and consider them the low point in 1960s design.
Love the rear of that Lincoln Model K sedan.
The sooner the better, still below freezing here at night. Great images John.
How many Turkey Rolls did you have to buy George? I’ve only been to Costco once with my daughter. It seemed that you had to buy everything in enormous...
Interesting Rich and a contender for the most unlikely item posted on this website. I thoroughly enjoyed this post.
1956 Jaguar XK140 Ghia Coup Although it had one of the best sports-car chassis available, and unquestionably one of the best engines, ...
HOTWHEELS 2023 Collector Edition Jaguar Lightweight E-Type. This is a mail-in special issue by HotWheels for 2023.
@sizedoesmatter I agree John. Most of us have done it for years. There is something envigorating about outdoors in the early morning.
Nice year. My preferences: Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, then Buick.