John Quilter
John Quilter
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Joined: Dec 9, 2020
Last seen: Nov 25, 2022
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RE: Something unusual , Printed plastic models

The Entz link above shows an exceptionally large range of plastic or resin (?) bodies apparently done with 3D printing. A very interesting development...

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RE: Who made General Lee Dodge?

Seems like something Greenlight would do. I see orange, black, and blue ones on Ebay by Greenlight. I waiting for their 1970 Monte Carlo but not ...

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RE: SMTS Models

And there was a blue and white convertible as well.

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RE: Curiosity Questions

I have a number of the Corgi (and other) buses in 1:50 and quite like them. Here is a ACF Brill from circa 1948 by American Heritage Series. All be...

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RE: A rather uncommon woodie?

@bob-jackman Correct, a development of the English Austin 7.

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RE: Crosleys on the works.

Nice model but surprised the station wagon was done as US Model Mint had done this version earlier. A convertible would have been an interesting var...

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RE: Franklin Mint 1963 Rambler Classic 660 4-door Sedan.

Yes, there are lots of interesting vehicles in these series but the shipping is usually pretty costly. Since the diecast tooling has been created I ...

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RE: Two old woodies, just for fun

And using a Road Champs '50 Ford woody I came up with this '51.

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RE: Two 1956 Oldsmobile star fires

And with even more modification on the Road Champs a four door hardtop, using the roof of a GFCC Buick. Not to worry, the Buick became a convertib...

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RE: Just a little older Vitesse, but. . .

These Vitesse MG TCs were very well done and there were multiple correct color variations as well.

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RE: Franklin Mint 1963 Rambler Classic 660 4-door Sedan.

The Franklin Mint was a good donor car for this station wagon.

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RE: Exact Replicas From Movies........

Greenlight is proposing for early next year a 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo from the Ace Ventura Pet Detective series but unfortunately (at least for me)...

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