Some of my 1:64 collection

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Great new adds Jeff, not so sure about the Missile carrier but the rest are my cup of T lol, not seen/found that brown Matchbox mini van yet, cant wait to find one of those for the mini collection.
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Had to repack into a bigger box so I took the opportunity to take some pics. No where near all of them but its a good start.

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Very impressive to see them all together. You won't be surprised that the Volkswagens are my favourites.

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Ppfffffff amateur... :roll: :lol: Some pieces in there that I am still after myself, especially that Grey/red with gold wheels Porsche 964, feel like I've been after it since for ever, you know I like ...sorry LOVE my Porsches :D

Great stuff boss, keep up the good work.
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Always nice to see Gary's take on 'Passionate yet relaxed'.

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Tom wrote:
Mon May 28, 2018 2:38 pm
Always nice to see Gary's take on 'Passionate yet relaxed'.
:lol: :lol:

After being good friends for the last 15 years , I think Jeff knows me better than most and I know I can get away with it cuz he loves me :lol: :lol:
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Wow I see that little Smokey #13 that's awesome, might have to hunt US ebay for one.
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Quite a cool collection, didn't realize you have so many 1/64's.

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Neither did I.....
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About the only thing I have had time to do diecast wise is pick up these 2 at the grocery store. My every minute home has been spent in that damn kitchen or spending money at the home center. Anyway, I was quite keen on adding the Golf Country and was happy to find one.

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Jezzuz Jeff, you're one of those adult men who buy HW and don't take them out of their packages? :roll:
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Golf is nice, not sure if I could resist it myself.

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Golf Country is tempting one, if I see at the shelves, not sure if I can resist it either.

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LUW wrote:
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Jezzuz Jeff, you're one of those adult men who buy HW and don't take them out of their packages? :roll:
Much easier to store that way.
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Been a while since I picked up anything, they seem to have re stocked the bins.

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Camaro and Escort are my faves.

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Nice adds boss, still not seen that Landrover over here YET!! needless to say once they appear I will snag myself one of them to add to the Land Rover collection.

The Dodge D100 is a rare piece in Hot Wheels mainline terms as it also has a Metal base which is very very rarely done on the basic assortments nowadays, great find and add. Mine is safely tucked away currently lol.
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Tom wrote:
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Camaro and Escort are my faves.
Those were the first 2 I found.
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Nice adds boss, still not seen that Landrover over here YET!! needless to say once they appear I will snag myself one of them to add to the Land Rover collection.

The Dodge D100 is a rare piece in Hot Wheels mainline terms as it also has a Metal base which is very very rarely done on the basic assortments nowadays, great find and add. Mine is safely tucked away currently lol.
I really liked the LR, I first thought it may have been a Jeep :lol:
I would say the Dodge is my fave from this group.
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Jeff, since you like your Dodge ''racing" truck, you might like what Greenlight does with something similar? I have one and it too is one of my favorite 1:64 :)

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One of the 1:1 cars that "got away" was a Dodge Ramcharger way back in the late 70's early 80's. I was very close to making a deal on one.
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Pretty fruitful haul from the grocery store yesterday.

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RS6 is cool, I nearly succumbed to that myself.

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Great haul mate 8-) I see you've managed to get yourself a CX-5 now, so does that mean I should remove the one I have in your box here? :lol: Which will be getting posted out to you this week by the way!
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