Rick Thompson
Rick Thompson
@rick-thompson
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Joined: Dec 8, 2020
Last seen: Jul 25, 2022
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RE: Has it ever been surpassed? FM 1959 FORD

@bob-jackman---Impossible to disagree, Bob. Amazing engineering for a model in 1/43! Both are exquisite models, I think.

2 months ago
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RE: Has it ever been surpassed? FM 1959 FORD

I agree that it's a great model...I still have mine, bought new from FM when it first came out. As to whether it has ever been surpassed, it might ha...

2 months ago
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RE: Dominion Models

I have bought models from Bob since the early 1990s. I have sent two emails to him, and received no replies. I am afraid that Dominion Models is no ...

3 months ago
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RE: 1976 Pontiac Catalina

Sergio, since we're speaking of Pontiac station wagons, is there any news about the 1960 Safari wagons? Any idea when they will be available for ord...

4 months ago
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RE: Brooklin Diaries for May 13

Thanks, John! I guess I missed that issue of the diary. That's one of the colors I was hoping for! I have the non-camper Greenbrier redone by Joh...

5 months ago
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RE: Brooklin Diaries for May 13

I like the revised interior of the new Greenbrier camper. Now if they'll only paint the model a different color, instead of the previous red and whi...

5 months ago
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RE: (pics) 1956 Contimental Mark II Accent Models special Edition

Franklin Mint made a decent model of this car as well. It has nice under-hood and chassis detail for its reasonable price point back in the day. As...

5 months ago
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RE: Goldvarg Riviera ...........

Mark, since you have the Riv in hand, would you tell me please if all of the side windows are in the up position, or only the rear ones? With the sta...

5 months ago
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RE: “Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick?”

I no longer own my '58 hardtop detailed by the late John White, but my '58 Caballero wagon in beige over copper is a terrific model, with all the chro...

6 months ago
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RE: Goldvarg 1948 Pontiac Streamliner .........

@jcarnutz I didn't realize that they'd been out that long, John! As for which one is best, I think that's a personal preference. I got the light gre...

6 months ago
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RE: MGTD by Abingdon Classics

@mg-harv I don't know if you saw it, Harv, but a TD sold on the Mecum Glendale auction yesterday for $13K. It was black with red hides, steel wheels...

6 months ago
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RE: Anybody who has a model of their daily drivers?

Yes, I started doing this a number of years ago. So far I've accumulated models of my 1:1 Corvairs (Monza convertibles and coupes, '65-'67, and a '65...

10 months ago
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RE: A Goldvarg teaser perhaps.............?

Ben, Sergio announced these Pontiacs some time ago. They are Star Chief Custom Four-door Catalinas, and will be available in Coral and Gray or Cordov...

11 months ago
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RE: Diecasts for today 10/21/21 - Volvo P1800 coupes

I don't have a coupe model, but I do have the RobEddie 11 P1800ES and love it! Always wanted to have it detailed by a pro, but never did. Years ago I ...

11 months ago
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RE: What's your favorite auto make in 1/43 scale?

@jack-dodds Like Jack, Pontiac is far and away my primary collecting interest, although I also collect station wagons and woodies from all years. I a...

12 months ago
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