I had an Image Shack "full" problem recently and lots of photos were deleted (by me) when I shouldn't have, and so about half the pix in this thread went missing. I've tidied all that up now but in so doing realised I had left out one car from my collection of littlies, so here it is.
A modded 1957 Chevy Bel-Air, 1:64 model, made by Castline. It was one of only two model cars I bought while driving across America last year. The doors open and close, and do so nicer than lots of movable doors on 1:43s.
This model was found in an amazing antique shop in Swainsboro, Georgia (midway between Macon and Savannah). The shop owner, Michael Bright, was quite a guy. For starters his office was filled with show trophies for his modded PT Cruiser, plus lots of photos of the Cruiser (Google 'Michael Bright PT Cruiser' and you can find a YouTube vid about it, if modded PT Cruisers are your thing).
One part of his shop is called "Pieces of Elvis" which specialises in all sorts of Elvis memorabilia, from weird stuff like authenticated pieces of curtain from Elvis's folks' home in Tupelo, Mississippi, through to more normal things like pairs of shoes worn by Elvis, etc etc. A whole room full of it, each with authentication documents or tags, all for sale at Elvis-fan prices.
The rest of the shop was a general secondhand store, which had a fair few model cars and metal car and garage signs. But to top all that, the owner is a Christian recording artist, a singer with CDs to sell (not my music style, sorry) and lots of photos of him performing in venues both in the US and overseas. Here's a linky to the shop and the dude himself: http://www.swainsboroantiques.com/elvismuseum.html
If you're in the area, drop in, it's worth a visit. Nice town, too, Swainsboro.