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Trainlover160 posted:
sidehack posted:

MELGAR, nice scene with the "41 being towed

one of my favorites is this Model A

IMG_0229Model A 6757

Nice Model A. Who Makes it?

If we are now done with the "I thinks" and jokes...

It was  made by Paul's Model Art/Minichamps as part of a series made for the Ford Motor Company 100 year anniversary. It starts with the Model T, and goes though the '60s. Most of the models were produced in different colors, for instance, I have a tan version of this model A. These go for various prices on eBay (about half the original prices). The ones I have are T, A, '40 Ford woody, '41 Continental, '49 Ford convertible, '50 Mercury, '55 T-Bird, '56 Continental, and '58 Edsel wagon. The quality of these is first class. The production of each model in a certain color was 1,008.

lee drennen posted:

D511633E-F5B4-4F30-8809-D9CB37C91060FA53CD2F-8CD4-4A07-85B4-CB4DA3F06E7BEF9BE934-0D3B-49BA-9EC1-569629155B151CCCBA3F-85C5-41C6-98D6-6BB3913F594489352617-AA99-4261-9F8E-56E41789B8B3Here’s some more pics I took the other day 

 What a great looking display of beautiful vehicles we all love and remember from our earlier days'... Lee, what is the green & White sedan next to the Edsel in photo 1?   That's my kind of sedan...😁...

When I zoom in real close 300%, the cars and roads look real'....

Quarter Gauger 48 posted:
lee drennen posted:

D511633E-F5B4-4F30-8809-D9CB37C91060FA53CD2F-8CD4-4A07-85B4-CB4DA3F06E7BEF9BE934-0D3B-49BA-9EC1-569629155B151CCCBA3F-85C5-41C6-98D6-6BB3913F594489352617-AA99-4261-9F8E-56E41789B8B3Here’s some more pics I took the other day 

 What a great looking display of beautiful vehicles we all love and remember from our earlier days'... Lee, what is the green & White sedan next to the Edsel in photo 1?   That's my kind of sedan...😁...

When I zoom in real close 300%, the cars and roads look real'....

Ted that’s a 50s Caddy I’ll move it for a better look and I think that’s a Pontiac not a Edsel 

boin106 posted:

Here's a few of my cars, trucks and military vehicles.  Some are 1:43, 1:48 and 1:50.  Even have a 1:48 scale military helicopter.    Matt1942 Ford Pick-up with a Load of Lumber1948 Ford Woody1948 Tucker Torpedo Speeds Past Switcher 106 on Margaux Blvd [2)1950 Ford Esso truck with tire load-0441950 Ford Yellow Cab-0431950 Studebaker Champion-0182012-09-01 001 0012013-01-01 001 0052013-10-25 001 0032013-11-17 001 002Blue convertibleBlue sedanDSC_0036DSC_0037Farm tractorFire Dept #1Fire Dept #2Fire Dept #3Fire Dept #4Hearst #1Military Vehicle #1Military Vehicle #2Military Vehicle #3Military Vehicle #4Military Vehicle #5Military Vehicle #6Model A Pick-upOld Poey-man the Career Brisbane and Bushong RR SpotterTruck #1aTruck #2Truck #3Truck #4Army Jeep and soldiers #2 [1 of 1)Hospital train in Beawslaiw #111950 Ford SFPD Squad Car [1 of 1)

  Wow', what a collection'..Congratulations on  accumulating a great collection.  Some real nice scenes too.. I like the lady backing out of the station'...👍🏻

Capetrainman posted:

Added additional cars and people to Main Street today.  Wired the buildings on both sides...construction now moves to the train station, bus station, and Ford dealership on City 11City 12the next street over.City 13

What''  isn't anyone going to help, or come to the rescue of the poor blond with the stalled Chevy.....?????  Where are all those cab drivers'....??😁

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