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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Tom » Fri Dec 04, 2015 4:17 pm

Cuda, Shelby and Caddy are great!

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Hawk » Fri Dec 04, 2015 4:29 pm

All are nice finds but the Chevy II, Ford Fairlane and the Firebird are my favorites. Sweet little haul!

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by scalainj » Sat Dec 05, 2015 6:02 am

No idea where you find these mate. That haul consists of more than i've seen for sale in the last month around here
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Sat Dec 05, 2015 10:07 am

Nice finds Zeus, I love the Trans-am and think its perfectly coloured, I have a couple of those myself. Not come across any of your latest finds like the green Supra, Blue NSX (Blue NSX is also the $uper Treasure Hunt for this case) and red caddy but cant wait for these to arrive here.

I hope to try and get my hands on one those Toyota Off Road $upers one day, think it is awesome, congrats on finding one mate.
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by JSB33 » Sun Dec 06, 2015 8:46 am

Many to like but that Chevy II stand out.
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:43 pm

Tom wrote:Cuda, Shelby and Caddy are great!
Thanks Tom 8-) The caddy I think needs smaller wheels but the colours are spot on
Hawk wrote:All are nice finds but the Chevy II, Ford Fairlane and the Firebird are my favorites. Sweet little haul!
Thanks Chevy II is very cool
scalainj wrote:No idea where you find these mate. That haul consists of more than i've seen for sale in the last month around here
Cheers Andy, its the working within a mile of 7 supermarkets & 3 major toy stores :lol:
zimbo wrote:Nice finds Zeus, I love the Trans-am and think its perfectly coloured, I have a couple of those myself. Not come across any of your latest finds like the green Supra, Blue NSX (Blue NSX is also the $uper Treasure Hunt for this case) and red caddy but cant wait for these to arrive here.

I hope to try and get my hands on one those Toyota Off Road $upers one day, think it is awesome, congrats on finding one mate.
Thanks Alistair, I agree about the Trans-am, I have an older issue in metallic blue which just about tops it. The NSX is just right in blue a $TH would be nice but its very good as is.

I will keep an eye out for the Toyota if I ever find another, still not seen a regular version :shock:
JSB33 wrote:Many to like but that Chevy II stand out.
Cheers Jeff, it is a really great casting 8-)
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Tue Dec 15, 2015 2:47 pm

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One of my most wanted since seeing it on last years poster:
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And finally a real obscure find from my local asda a 2009 issue:
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Tue Dec 15, 2015 4:58 pm

Zeus wrote:

Thanks Alistair, I agree about the Trans-am, I have an older issue in metallic blue which just about tops it. The NSX is just right in blue a $TH would be nice but its very good as is.

I will keep an eye out for the Toyota if I ever find another, still not seen a regular version :shock:
Agreed Zeus, the blue NSX is perfect as it is already but it does look amazing in $TH guise as well. I actually had another blue nsx in my hands today but put it back as I already have two (One to open and display in front of the sealed one eventually)

If you ever do find another Toyota Off Road $TH, that would be greatly appreciated. Likewise if there is ever anything in particular your after let me know and I'll see what I can do for you Zeus.
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by carcollector » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:35 pm

4 very nice newcomers!

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Hawk » Tue Dec 15, 2015 11:32 pm

Nice adds! I really like the Chevy Nova Station Wagon. I think HWs did a great job on that casting.

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by JSB33 » Wed Dec 16, 2015 5:53 am

Wagon is pretty sweet
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Thu Dec 24, 2015 12:13 pm

zimbo wrote:
Zeus wrote:

Thanks Alistair, I agree about the Trans-am, I have an older issue in metallic blue which just about tops it. The NSX is just right in blue a $TH would be nice but its very good as is.

I will keep an eye out for the Toyota if I ever find another, still not seen a regular version :shock:
Agreed Zeus, the blue NSX is perfect as it is already but it does look amazing in $TH guise as well. I actually had another blue nsx in my hands today but put it back as I already have two (One to open and display in front of the sealed one eventually)

If you ever do find another Toyota Off Road $TH, that would be greatly appreciated. Likewise if there is ever anything in particular your after let me know and I'll see what I can do for you Zeus.
Will do Alistair, I just gotta see what Santa brings :lol:
carcollector wrote:4 very nice newcomers!
Thanks Patrick 8-)
Hawk wrote:Nice adds! I really like the Chevy Nova Station Wagon. I think HWs did a great job on that casting.
Thanks. Agreed, glad I have 2, one will be opened
JSB33 wrote:Wagon is pretty sweet
Cheers Jeff. It is a very nice cast.
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Mon Jan 04, 2016 2:43 pm

I knew I forgot to post something, these were my Christmas arrivals:
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Mon Jan 04, 2016 5:45 pm

I love my set of these. Not so much a fan of 'Pepe Le Pews' colour on his Ford otherwise a great set indeed.
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Mon Jan 04, 2016 5:54 pm

zimbo wrote:I love my set of these. Not so much a fan of 'Pepe Le Pews' colour on his Ford otherwise a great set indeed.
Totally agreed, I bought another Taz car tonight to release. plus I got 2 from the new BMW series....pics up soon
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Mon Jan 04, 2016 5:57 pm

Zeus wrote:
zimbo wrote:I love my set of these. Not so much a fan of 'Pepe Le Pews' colour on his Ford otherwise a great set indeed.
Totally agreed, I bought another Taz car tonight to release. plus I got 2 from the new BMW series....pics up soon
Didn't know the BMW set was out already!! Cool 8-) Cant wait to find them bad boys lol
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Zeus » Mon Jan 04, 2016 6:03 pm

zimbo wrote:
Zeus wrote:
zimbo wrote:I love my set of these. Not so much a fan of 'Pepe Le Pews' colour on his Ford otherwise a great set indeed.
Totally agreed, I bought another Taz car tonight to release. plus I got 2 from the new BMW series....pics up soon
Didn't know the BMW set was out already!! Cool 8-) Cant wait to find them bad boys lol
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Mon Jan 04, 2016 6:09 pm

Damn it nearest one to me is in Edinburgh, which means a days outing and probably 130+ mile round trip :roll: ...might just have to hang on and see if Asda or Tesco etc get them like they did with the Porsche and James bond sets
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by scalainj » Tue Jan 05, 2016 4:59 am

There's a BMW set?
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Simon » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:48 am

scalainj wrote:There's a BMW set?
There is indeed......8 in total, which I happened to pick up over the weekend. :D

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by scalainj » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:49 am

Excellent - what are they?
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by Simon » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:52 am

1/8 - BMW M1
2/8 - BMW M3 (E30)
3/8 - BMW M3 Race (E36)
4/8 - BMW 2002
5/8 - BMW M3 GT2
6/8 - BMW M3
7/8 - BMW Z4M
8/8 - BMW K1300R

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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by scalainj » Tue Jan 05, 2016 7:56 am

Thanks - there's a couple there i'll be looking out for. Was hoping for a CSL
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Re: Some smaller ones

Post by zimbo » Tue Jan 05, 2016 1:26 pm

Where did you find them Simon?
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