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Old 24th July 2009, 03:13   #4666
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Very good pics Hani!!!.

What is the old bus that you have?. Blue one?.

@Cyrus: Good DIY! I guess this is what happens when you progress a lot into collection!
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Old 24th July 2009, 08:24   #4667
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am looking to pick up the following cars -
1. mitsubishi evo (7 or 8 or 9)
2. impreza
3. skyline GTR

I looked around on the internet and the only manufacturer I could find for the Evo was Auto Art. Could anyone please guide me towards any other manufacturer and the respective website.
thanks a lot, in advance.
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am looking to pick up the following cars -
1. mitsubishi evo (7 or 8 or 9)
2. impreza
3. skyline GTR

I looked around on the internet and the only manufacturer I could find for the Evo was Auto Art. Could anyone please guide me towards any other manufacturer and the respective website.
thanks a lot, in advance.
You can get Nissan Skyline GTR from Maisto at budget.
You can get it from a Ebay shop which is maintained by modelart India guy.
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thanks abhishek, any idea on the Evo?
the one from AA is a little over my budget.
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@ hanmust nice collection there mate..

BTW some pics from my collection:
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am looking to pick up the following cars -
1. mitsubishi evo (7 or 8 or 9)
2. impreza
3. skyline GTR

I looked around on the internet and the only manufacturer I could find for the Evo was Auto Art. Could anyone please guide me towards any other manufacturer and the respective website.
thanks a lot, in advance.
If you are im India, then AutoART is all you would get. Ask someone to get one for you from the US. there you should get a variety of Models from a huge number of brands. Especially Jada, Motormax, ERTL, etc.
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Old 24th July 2009, 22:24   #4672
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This bus was owned by my Grandfather,I destroyed it when I was a child.
Any one can give any clue,where or by whom it will be restored back?
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Old 24th July 2009, 22:34   #4673
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thanks abhishek, any idea on the Evo?
the one from AA is a little over my budget.
Warm welcome.For Evo,you can try Bburago.
This is a toy selling site,I bought few models from them ToyWorld.in - India's Largest Toy Store!!!
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@ hanmust, a great collection, can you post some pictures of the BMW Z1?? is it a Welly??
Thanks, ya its Welly!

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Very good pics Hani!!!.

What is the old bus that you have?. Blue one?.
Thank you Nash. Its Mercedes' Omni bus (1950s)

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@ hanmust nice collection there mate..

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This bus was owned by my Grandfather,I destroyed it when I was a child.
Any one can give any clue,where or by whom it will be restored back?
you can do it yourself. a couple of steps-
1. dismantle her carefully and clean her up with soap water.
2. sand her up a bit but be careful with the stickers. (apply cover if you think those will tear up.)
3. by applying a plus and your hand straiten the damaged parts.
4. apply the paint you want.
5. remove the cover and apply the paint you want for the stripes, take the help of the internet for decals.
6. paint the base and wheels black and the driver.
7. add a headlight and with a help of plastic make windows (fit them from inside).
8. TADA!!! you got your own DD bus.

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Thanks, ya its Welly!
i got one too. did you get it from germany??

@ cyrus, is the rear spoiler of your R35 removable?? i mean can i remove the spoiler?? how about the boot??
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Old 25th July 2009, 02:22   #4676
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Thanks AmitV8...I will try from tomorrow.But,the problem is,those are not stickers,but painted ones.
I found from wikipedia that, this "Ideal" company was a niche one,like AA today.They introduced teddy bear in the market.
I will go for a shower for her,and atleast sanding of non decaled areas/interiors.

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Sorry,it was too late to edit my last post.
Here is the reference Ideal Toy Company encyclopedia topics | Reference.com for the antique bus.
The decals are Lithographed/hand painted.

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Old 25th July 2009, 09:26   #4678
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i got one too. did you get it from germany??
No I got it from Dubai when went there during 2002!
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@ abhishek_bmw:
There used to be the same London double Decker i.e. Routemaster Bus from Matchbox in their Easter year Collection in 1970's something.
you can try their paint job.
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Old 25th July 2009, 15:05   #4680
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Some pics pf my BMWs, recently acquired.

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