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Cool seeing TV & movie cars in the wild at cruise nights & car shows.  I have seen a few, including the General Lee, several times!  What have you spotted up close & personal?  This was spotted in central IL:
 
 
Anyone else enjoy models of cities & towns &/or created 1 of your own!?
 
 
 
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I think the General lee is the most popular.  Seen a few replicas and even saw a local sity  police dept. taking potos with their car behind one a year ago lol.

 

i have a huge collecion o 1/64 cars, love Greenlight and Auto World models. 

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I have a huge die cast collection too. Mine is scale 1/18.

When I was a kid, I made plastic model airplanes...WW2 aircraft. In scales 1/72 and 1/48. I made a couple of tanks and artlillery guns such as a German 88 and American Howitzer...

I started tinkering with airbrushing to start tinkering with dioramas...but I entered my early adolescent years and sports and girls just took over.

I would like to take the time to make dioramas with the die cast cars I currently have. But at scale 1/18...that would make for huge displays. I will need space for that.

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i have a huge collecion o 1/64 cars, love Greenlight and Auto World models. 

 

A friend has amassed a sizable collection of GL & AW models ... a bit jealous of him.  Being unemployed with no income since September 2013 has kinda killed the collecting for me.  If I ever get a job, I'll be getting some of those models!

 

 

I have a huge die cast collection too. Mine is scale 1/18.

When I was a kid, I made plastic model airplanes...WW2 aircraft. In scales 1/72 and 1/48. I made a couple of tanks and artlillery guns such as a German 88 and American Howitzer...

I started tinkering with airbrushing to start tinkering with dioramas...but I entered my early adolescent years and sports and girls just took over.

I would like to take the time to make dioramas with the die cast cars I currently have. But at scale 1/18...that would make for huge displays. I will need space for that.

 

 

Yeah, just a bit of space. ;)  LOL

 

 

Cort :) www.oldcarsstronghearts.com

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