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Old 2nd February 2010, 22:35   #6886
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Default 1:25 Scale - 1946 Dodge Power Wagon

@Vivekji: Beautiful shots of the Merc E. Is that a Maisto?
@traveloholic: Nice shots of the Evo.

Here's a 1:25 Scale - 1946 Dodge Power Wagon from ERTL Collectibles.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 23:20   #6887
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Beautiful Model Siddvi...

I always shied away from buying ERTL/BBurago/Maisto since the finish wasnt that good. But in this case , the I stand corrected!!!. Lovely piece.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 23:41   #6888
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ERTL has some Fantastic Detailing. Its MUCH MUCH better than a Bburago and Maisto!!
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@Vivekji: Beautiful shots of the Merc E. Is that a Maisto?
@traveloholic: Nice shots of the Evo.

Here's a 1:25 Scale - 1946 Dodge Power Wagon from ERTL Collectibles.
Amazing truck. Although I personally prefer First Gear for scale models of American Trucks. But the details are impressive all around, but the engine is a little let down I feel. All in all, good buy
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The dodge power wagon shows us an example of how scale models should be built. The lines and the metal are so well used. Its simply terrific.
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siddvi, from where did you buy that Power Wagon? Do they have 1:18 too?
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Old 3rd February 2010, 10:15   #6892
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Thanks All.

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siddvi, from where did you buy that Power Wagon? Do they have 1:18 too?
Rudra, I picked it up couple years ago in the US at a local hobby store. Not sure if they make it in 1:18 scale.

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Beautiful Model Siddvi...

I always shied away from buying ERTL/BBurago/Maisto since the finish wasnt that good. But in this case , the I stand corrected!!!. Lovely piece.
I have a couple ERTL models and their quality/finish is way better than Maisto or Bburago
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Old 3rd February 2010, 11:49   #6893
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Default 1:24 Scale - 1953 Chevrolet Tow Truck

Here's one more vintage tow, recent shots of a 1:24 Scale - 1953 Chevrolet Tow Truck from Welly.
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Here's one more vintage tow, recent shots of a 1:24 Scale - 1953 Chevrolet Tow Truck from Welly.
Dude, this is beyond amazing... so when are you opening the tow shop
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Model: Mitsubushi Lancer EVO VII WRC Edition
Make: Kinsmart
Hello Traveloholic, whats the scale of this one? Is this a 1:24, can you provide info on where to get one of these. Thanks.
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Old 3rd February 2010, 14:35   #6896
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Hello Traveloholic, whats the scale of this one? Is this a 1:24, can you provide info on where to get one of these. Thanks.
Its a 1:32 scaled model. I got it from Walden, a store here in Hyderabad. I did not see the same model in Life Style/Shoppers Stop at all.
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Guys, check this link.

I have no words for the talent, effort and craftsmanship that has gone into its making. This is as real as it gets.
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Default Gas Station

This is my new acquisition- Retro Gas Station Unit . Price =320 INR ~ 4 GBP.
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Default 1:25 Scale - 1939 Studebaker Tanker

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Dude, this is beyond amazing... so when are you opening the tow shop
Just call the number on the tow truck, will be there in a jiffy. 'If you can't move it, we will tow it.'

@artofzen: that's a very nice addition.

Continuing vintage, here's something for gas deliveries, a 1:25 Scale - 1939 Studebaker Tanker in chrome red from ERTL Collectibles. Also a coin bank.
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Range Rover HSE - 1:33 Black by Welly
nice quality. Was on sale. Liked it and bought it.
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