John Quilter
John Quilter
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Last seen: Feb 8, 2023
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RE: Question for John Barry re 2 models

Not all Bedford OB coaches were in such unusual colors. Here one stopped in front of the Nottingham Hotel along with a double deck AEC RT both circa ...

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RE: What is the largest sub-brand of vehicle in your collection?

Circa 24 E Types from series 1 to series 3, coupes roadsters, 2+2s etc. Circa 20 XK series from 120s to 150s coupes, roadsters and dropheads.

3 days ago
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RE: What is the largest sub-brand of vehicle in your collection?

And for really obscure brands of vehicles here's a Powell pickup model, scratch built. Yes, there really were Powells, made in the mid 50s in Compton...

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RE: What is the largest sub-brand of vehicle in your collection?

Yikes, I've got you beat by 4, 172 Jaguars in my 43rd scale inventory, more than I thought as well. And then there are the related Daimlers too.

3 days ago
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RE: Rare Dinky Toy

Yes, mine is red with brown interior, hole in seat but no driver. Probably bought it new in the late 1950s. Box stored away.

3 days ago
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RE: Dinky Model garage, something quite different.

Jack Dodds; Want to contact you. Can you email me at jquilter at peoplepc dot com?

4 days ago
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RE: Coming from Trax

I'm also a Trax collector, most are clones of cars sold in the USA or Australian versions of UK historic UK cars, but there are a few indigenous Aust...

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RE: Desoto WWII by IXO

And there is a 1941 Chevrolet in US Navy livery. I have the Desoto on order to go with my homemade 1942 Desoto.

2 weeks ago
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RE: GLM 1964 Imperials

I have bought models from China/Hong Kong and not paid any special import fees. My purchases are one to three items. What is the threshold where imp...

2 weeks ago
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RE: Mystery time. The job lot's mystery model

Except that the Wolseley did not have a suicide rear door. I'm still going with Lancia. Something like this

3 weeks ago
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RE: Mystery time. The job lot's mystery model

I'm guessing circa 1954-56 Lancia Auerlia sedan. A car with no center B pillar at all. A club member has one in my area.

3 weeks ago
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RE: Dioramas

You're fooling us Graeme, these are real 1:1 shots.

3 weeks ago
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