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Old 25th April 2008, 01:30   #2386
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Hey guys, Sorry for the delay in uploading the photographs of the 300C
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Old 25th April 2008, 01:31   #2387
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That is a real neat model of KITT Dippy... I remember seeing it before... anyways, it is worth viewing again

@sinner, lovely pictures especially the last two... incredible car too

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Old 25th April 2008, 10:09   #2388
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You are prro at your shots sinner . Beautifully shot. I liked picture no. 2 alot.
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@ Dippy - i will steal the KITT from you if i ever visit your house

@ sinner - is that salt or powder? lovely pics

PS - got a brown M5 (Maisto 1:18) - pics coming soon.
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Old 25th April 2008, 16:10   #2390
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Thanks guys, Keep lookling coz there is more to come.

[quote=planet_rocker;808834@ sinner - is that salt or powder? lovely pics .[/quote]

As far as the Snow on the summer, here is the secret..
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Old 25th April 2008, 21:29   #2391
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Just got two more Matchbox Models Of Yesteryear...

1:45 Matchbox Model of Yesteryears - 1928 Mercedes Benz SS Coupe (Green)
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1:51 Matchbox Model of Yesteryears - 1906 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost(Red/Cream)
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It seems to be a Ferrari Testarossa... is it so GTA
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@ GTA, what's the yellow car on the right of the fusion? is it a ferrari?? also i like your modded scorpio & the swift.
Yes it is a Testarossa. It is the First car i ever modded (paint wise)
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Old 26th April 2008, 04:08   #2393
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Koool dude... Just mind blowing. One question tough, what happens to the top when its converted. and ya how much do they cost.
sorry for the delay in getting this sinner... but here are some pictures showing a few more details in the Hudson

1:18 Highway 61 - Hudson Hornet (Cream)
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The Hudson, with the roof on...
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Without the roof, rear seat center console down (note the two holes where the roof folded/unfolded attaches)
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Without the roof, rear seat center console up
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The folded roof piece attached in place...
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Wooden finish dash... the glove compartment doesn't open... (the Highway 61 Dodge Challenger 1970 model that I own has an operatable glove box)
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The front seat in normal driving position
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Front seats moved forward and seat back folded forward, for the rear passengers to enter and exit... the front seat is a bench seat like all old American cars, so it moves forward as one piece, but the seat backs are split and fold individually...
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The boot, alongwith the spare wheel...
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I found the hood hinges done well...
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Functioning Driveshaft
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The car with the soft-top drawn into position. Folded down piece also visible... (there is no place in the car to store it)
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That is a fantastic model RPM..!!

What brand is it, and yeah, do tell us how much that put you back by?

That is some mind boggling detail!

And I thought Kyosho's were as good as they get!
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RPM: Undoubtely one of the best models I've seen so far. The detailing is awesome. How much does one of these set you back by? What other cars are available?
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That is a fantastic model RPM..!!

What brand is it, and yeah, do tell us how much that put you back by?

That is some mind boggling detail!

And I thought Kyosho's were as good as they get!
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RPM: Undoubtely one of the best models I've seen so far. The detailing is awesome. How much does one of these set you back by? What other cars are available?
Thanks guys. The Hudson is from Highway 61 and it cost me AED375, I feel it was worth every penny.

The day I picked up the Hudson, I also saw a 1970 Dodge Dart, 1970 Plymouth Cuda, HUMMER H2 and a 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 from Highway 61. The store has stock varying Maisto to CMC.

There are two guys who manage the store, one Indian and the other a Filipino... now I can only confirm this by word of mouth of the Indian saleman... it seems the CMC MERCEDES-BENZ RACING CAR TRANSPORTER, 1954... which was in the shop on my previous visit was a special order for none other than Mamooty... don't know if it is the truth though... just heresay.
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Ajay.I dont know If it the pics or the car itself.

But it doesnt look stable.
I mean the car feels lower and longer
The wheels are great,
I think the only good models are those sold by Mahindra.
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Well how much can you expect for 160/-.
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sorry for the delay in getting this sinner... but here are some pictures showing a few more details in the Hudson

1:18 Highway 61 - Hudson Hornet (Cream)
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Incredible! Unbelievable! This is what I call detailing. This is a true scale model, because it actually looks like a compressed version of the real deal.
Keep it up RPMPKDMFF!

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@ RPMPKDMFF, awesome car, its undoubtedy one of the best cars i have seen in this thread after a long time. great car, great detailing. great collection brother.
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Old 27th April 2008, 00:59   #2400
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1971 Dodge Challenger

Thanks guys, it is one of my more precious models. Here are some detailed pictures of my Dodge Challenger 1971 also from Highway 61...

1:18 Highway 61 - Dodge Challenger (Blue)

Engine Bay for the 1971 Dodge Challenger
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Dashboard
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Glovebox
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Front seat in upright position
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Front seat moved forward and folded to allow access for rear passengers
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The air valve for the tire. (above the G in POLYGLAS)
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Fuel tank filler cap... the Hudson is also attached... I had missed this bit in my earlier photo session...
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Undercarriage of the Challenger... this also features a workable driveshaft... also has some wiring on the underbody.
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