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On 4/19/2018 at 2:59 PM, mach 1 1970 said:

Mongoose... That looks like a girl I dated in high school......I wish !!....Here is a diorama 34” long I got 10 years ago from a guy in Michigan. I have no idea how long it took him to build it. The diecast cars are 1:24 scale . GMP 1967 Shelby GT 500. Franklin Mint 1970 mach1 428 CJ with shaker hood .

The cars have really great details and look right at home on a Saturday night in 1970. The high school kids are  fine tuning their engines for some cruising on Woodward ave. The mach1 has a hot date later at the Wayne drive-in .......with the girl that mongoose pictured above. 👍🏻

I keep it in the box just don’t have room anymore.

hope u enjoy  .....later MM 

 

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Only the Boss cars had 15" inch wheels/tires, and were the only Mustangs to have Magnums those years as well.

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11 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Chris....yeah I got up at 5am this morning. 🤣

This tonka semi Allied is from 1965. The last year of the full size cab made by Tonka. It’s rare because they only made a few in 1965. This one was given to employees of Schneider’s 817 McDonald rd. Green Bay Wisconsin. The company started out in Green Bay as a one truck moving co in 1935. Today Schneider is world wide and a major transport  firm. Today you see their trucks everywhere. 

This Semi truck is in mint shape and never played with. This actual truck is pictured in the Tonka guide web site as the last of its kind. I got this from a fellow who inherited it from his dad.

Sorry a little off topic ....but it’s pretty close in color to Grabber orange 🍊 ..well maybe not . Check out the details on those Goodyear’s. I might be wrong But wasn’t the 70 Boss 302 and 429 the only mustang car to have 15 “rims ?  Franklin mint made a mistake 🤔 maybe ?

 

 

 

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Hey Mike: BB must have a pretty good eye for detail spotting Franklin mint having the wrong size tire in a 15 inch on your Mach1!   Remember that I showed my 70 Mach 1 in the stock class in a judged show quite a few times. And I always showed it with the same kind of caps that are on your car.  I still have a complete set, with one of them hanging on the wall in my car room! I knew that they were 14 inch caps and I will post pictures of it for you to see!  The 15 inch rims, like Magnums were mainly used on the Boss Mustangs, but because there such a cool wheel many Mustang owners wanted them on their car too.!  I was in alot of stock car shows, which usually means stock rims also, and many times entrants were asked to leave stock class because of their rims.   And now we have the answer to that hubcap question!  :victory:  

Later! 

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout:

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Hey Mike: Sorry for giving BB the credit for spotting the wrong tire size (15 inches) on your 1970 Mach1"Franklin Mint".  I'm posting pictures and size of the stock cap! Also I'm posting some pics of my 1/18th , very cool,Exoto, Grand Sport Corvette in the special Standox paint,Monte Carlo Magic!  Also there is a special collector plate of Caroll Shelby and one of his cars. I also posted two pics of Shelby and Ford catalogs from 2008 that I found in my car room. Hope you all enjoy!  :) 

Later!  

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout: 

 

 

 

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I'm not sure if these would be considered as "die-casts" or not? My Shelby collection is limited to the 2x 1/64's and 1/18 of the '08 SGT coupe.

I finally found a store this week on eBay that had all four of the girls....:flirt:

 

PS: If anyone is interested, I have a ton of early Racing Champions, both 1/64 & 1/24.

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This is a unique piece form my collection, a Matchbox Pantera signed by its designer, the late Tom Tjarda. The second photo is myself and Tom with a car of his design.

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The designer of the tri-bar logo was Phil Clark. He passed away in the late 60s, and his daughter has made some of his work available for people to see, and in a case such as this, purchase a print of some of his work. This is an early design of the Mustang I concept, along with a Ford Styling brochure, highlighting the '63 Mustang II show car.

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3 hours ago, 08SGT1234 said:

I'm not sure if these would be considered as "die-casts" or not? My Shelby collection is limited to the 2x 1/64's and 1/18 of the '08 SGT coupe.

I finally found a store this week on eBay that had all four of the girls....:flirt:

 

PS: If anyone is interested, I have a ton of early Racing Champions, both 1/64 & 1/24.

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I like the pics, nice find!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

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2 hours ago, falcongtho3 said:

The designer of the tri-bar logo was Phil Clark. He passed away in the late 60s, and his daughter has made some of his work available for people to see, and in a case such as this, purchase a print of some of his work. This is an early design of the Mustang I concept, along with a Ford Styling brochure, highlighting the '63 Mustang II show car.

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Like the red Pantera, and your Mustang 1 concept is pretty cool to own!

Later!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

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6 hours ago, Mongoose said:

I like the pics, nice find!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

Thx.

Their tin sign reproductions of a poster, a magazine ad and parts catalog covers....

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On 4/21/2018 at 1:38 AM, Mongoose said:

Hey Mike: Sorry for giving BB the credit for spotting the wrong tire size (15 inches) on your 1970 Mach1"Franklin Mint".  I'm posting pictures and size of the stock cap! Also I'm posting some pics of my 1/18th , very cool,Exoto, Grand Sport Corvette in the special Standox paint,Monte Carlo Magic!  Also there is a special collector plate of Caroll Shelby and one of his cars. I also posted two pics of Shelby and Ford catalogs from 2008 that I found in my car room. Hope you all enjoy!  :) 

Later!  

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout: 

 

 

 

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Mongoose...Cool color on your exoto grand sport and here is a reproduction with modern hardware. Great reproduction and red really pops on that GS. Love those pictures of the mach1 hubcaps also. I asked the owner at the car show if he’d sell. Yah for $125K....ouch !

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Mongoose......you started this corvette thing  sooooo 

Some more pictures of the exoto GS and my 17 GS 

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19 hours ago, 08SGT1234 said:

I'm not sure if these would be considered as "die-casts" or not? My Shelby collection is limited to the 2x 1/64's and 1/18 of the '08 SGT coupe.

I finally found a store this week on eBay that had all four of the girls....:flirt:

 

PS: If anyone is interested, I have a ton of early Racing Champions, both 1/64 & 1/24.

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Post a couple of pictures of your racing champions and thanks in advance. 

Slow lane mike. 

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These two pieces share an interesting history. When new, the Shelby collectibles set was about $50, the '67 Shelby set was over $120 for the pair. Neither sold well and their prices dropped. I bought at the lower prices, less than 1/2 their pricing. Now, both are back to at lest their original prices, and often more.

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12 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Mongoose......you started this corvette thing  sooooo 

Some more pictures of the exoto GS and my 17 GS 

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Hey Mike, that red Grand Sport is pretty cool looking!  At a 125000. it's not cheap, but it's a complete custom car that's usually built to the owner's specifications and it's usually built with the best equipment available!  Also, you have to consider a donor body in some cases, and the Mid-Year Vettes aren't cheap!  Check out the (Ring Brothers) in Wi. , and the prices they get for their custom built Wide Body Mustangs and then you will think that isn't that bad!  If I remember right I think Super Performance builds some of these Grand Sports!   Very cool Exoto No.14 Grand sport, I just so happen to have the very same No.14 Exoto Grand Sport!   Mike, I didn't know you were still into Vettes!  When did you buy your 2017 GS, Vert.  Very cool, I hope you got a stick in that ride!  That's a cool little pedal car sitting next to the Vette.  It looks like your cat is just coming out of it! LOL  Also, I have a question, which one of your cars do you have the most fun driving! :)  Mike, all this time I thought that I was the only odd-ball who really liked and owned both Chevys and Fords! :lol:    The Chevy Corvette Mid Years (63 to 67) got my heart a pumping when I was a young teen-ager, and I always thought that the 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window coupe was one of the coolest looking rides out there! "I guess I still do"!  I didn't get heavy into Fords until I bought my 1977 Ford f-250, 4x4, (LAST of the REAL HIGH-Boys) which I still own after 39 years!  So I always have a Chevy and Ford in my stable.   Well guys I guess it's back to the diecast!  :backtotopic:    

Later!

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout:

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3 hours ago, falcongtho3 said:

These two pieces share an interesting history. When new, the Shelby collectibles set was about $50, the '67 Shelby set was over $120 for the pair. Neither sold well and their prices dropped. I bought at the lower prices, less than 1/2 their pricing. Now, both are back to at lest their original prices, and often more.

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Awesome pic of "Carroll Shelby"!   Also nice looking Shelbys and the yellow Boss 302.  A friend of mine owns a real 69 Yellow Boss 302 and he has owned it since about 1970.

Later!

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout:

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Mongoose....Thats my buddy bailey :puppy_kiss: with the blue oval necklace. 😂 no cats ...When I first saw a silver 63 split window coupe I thought I saw a space ship.That car was so futuristic it just blew me away as a kid. It’s by far one of the most beautiful cars ever produced IMO. I’m talking street cars not race cars like the GT40 models. 

I’m not the only one on here that drives vettes. Check out Chris BB and his rides. I bought the GS  1LT manual coupe last February. Bad news is I ran out of room and traded it in on the 18 mustang GT plus $23K back. As a DD the mustang is really the most versatile and almost as much fun. 1/4 mile times are very close with the 3rd gen coyote engine. Now since I don’t track my cars anymore that’s not a concern. But the vette would walk away for sure. Less weight and lower center of gravity. 

 I’ve owned a ton of vettes over the years . Lots of 66 and 67 models all 4 speeds . My favorite was a 67 427/400hp air coupe with tank sticker and paid $15K back in 1982. Also recently a 66 427/425hp coupe red/red side pipe car picture below much much more then $15K 🤣 

The 66 427 is a NCRS top flight car with the correct tires and rims stored in basement. ...sold that back in 2011. Always working on them to keep them on the road. Valve adjustments, carbs rebuilds ,67 tri-power and such....Finally decided no more old cars especially with all the re-stamped vettes out there.

I have a diecast of the 65 396 red vette and will post as soon as I find it. Found it ....enjoy and love that big block hood on the 65/66 vettes. Nice detail even the gas cap opens.

Falcongth03... the yellow boss 302 is one nice diecast. What make diecast is the blue Shelby ?  I think Franklin mint used the boss tires 15” and put them on the 70 mach1. Save money 💰 I guess. 15” vs 14”  who would notice ? 

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Some more 65 big block pictures of the Franklin mint diecast . I did reverse the tires so that the black walls are  on the outside. I never liked a vette with white wall tires . The doors could use a little adjustments but hey it’s pretty good otherwise . That’s vettes for you ...even the real ones don’t always align properly. They cut into the roof line and that makes for some challenging work.

Hope you like her ....you Ford buffs  

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Mike, I’m like you ......the ‘63 Split Window was one cool car! I remember thinking the same thing .....futuristic. Then when GM was talking about resurrecting the split on the new C7, I was jazzed! But turns out our Govt. put the kabosh on it....not safe...too limited visibility. At least that’s what I read. :shrug:

My car is also a 1LT. I searched and searched for it. The C7’s (in base form) come with everything you need and nuthin’ ya don’t, IMHO!! 7 manual gears is a mind bender, especially after getting outta my old S197’s. Hahaha. But, the new Vettes are light years ahead of the Mustangs in performance and handling.  Not hating, just saying. 

I still have four Mustangs and only one GM car though, soooooooo! ;)

:backtotopic: 

 

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Chris and Mongoose........I’ve had my eyes on the C8 for a long time now . 

Two years and a C8 mid engine might be sitting in my garage. It’s fun thinking about it and reading all the news out there. These are some of the best times for us car crazy people . I’m almost as excited as when the 63 coupe came out. Maybe more because I can buy the freaking thing this time. 

Breaking news.....This is the latest rendering from the C8 forum today. What’s yah think Guys  ?  Showed the wife and she said oh um ( not a vette person ) and  when is that thing coming out ?  I said not soon enough . 

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14 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

 

Falcongth03... the yellow boss 302 is one nice diecast. What make diecast is the blue Shelby ?  I think Franklin mint used the boss tires 15” and put them on the 70 mach1. Save money 💰 I guess. 15” vs 14”  who would notice ? 

Later slow lane C7  

 

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Hey guys: Mike, that is a absolutlely gorgeous Red 1966 Stingray!  NCRS, Top Flight car,427 BigBlock,Knock-offs,factory side pipes,Gold Lines, plus it's Red besides!  What more would a car guy want?  That Sir, was a keeper in my book, but then again, you can probably buy another one if you want! :)  My first love was a Red 1963 Split-Window Corvette Stingray that a guy I worked with had. He promised me that when he was ready to sell it that it would be mine! ( So much for friend's promise!) .  He started a bidding war with another guy at work, so I told him no thanks! Boy, was I pissed at him!:dowhat:   The 1963 Split Window Corvette Stingray was one hell-of-awesome design, very, very cool!  For a early 60s car it was way ahead of it's time in the design department!  Larry Shinoda of the Boss 302 fame was also involved with the 63 Vette.  The 63 Split Window in my opinion was one of the coolest fiberglassed bodied sport cars ever made in the U.S.A.!:cool:  That's a nice looking Franklin Mint 65 Red Vette w/ 396 Big Block w/ the special hood!  Mike, your pics of the new C-8 are looking pretty awesome!  I even wouldn't mine owning one of those Mid-Engine monsters! What do you think is cooler a C-8 or a new Ford GT? :backtotopic:  Hey guys, I'm posting a few pics and I have one very cool pic for all of us Shelby lovers! One of the items in the pics was a present a while back when I was heavy into Chevy! Hope you all enjoy!     P.S. The very cool "shiny car" was taken at the Chicago Auto Show in 2005.

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:                             

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On ‎4‎/‎17‎/‎2018 at 10:34 AM, mach 1 1970 said:

39 Mustang ......the car on the far left is a slot car.  Boss 302 # 3.  That car ran the 1971 trans am season driven by Tony DeLorenzo. Tony went on to form Troy Promotions without any manufacturers backing. He bought two ex Bud Moore cars from the 70 trans am serious. The car has Troy Promotions on the side.

Tony was mostly known for his success racing Corvettes back in the 60’s and 70’s. I saw him in 1973 at Daytona and he could drive the wheels off those big block..... (467 cu. long stoke 454 ) corvettes...... no more L88’s. I remember a practice session in the rain and I could hear somebody running full bore around the track. There was only one car on the track , everyone else stayed in the pits. We were like 15’ from the infield section of the track inside a rain soaked tent and that big block corvette was a real earth pounder. We all ran out to see who that maniac was. No ear plugs in those days either. .....and that thing would go by and rattle every part of your body. Amazing sound back then for sure. That car on the high banks was amazing and again the only car out there . Tony was like no other driver back than , just a balls to the wall type racer. Found memories for sure and burned into my brain 

The last picture is at Sebring .

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Then why isn't this done in 1:18 yet when the manufacturers have made many of the same cars over and over and over I know I have every one. Really want to see more of the Racing Mustangs like Shelby GT350's, Boss 302's, even the current GT350R's and GT500C cars

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7 hours ago, 39Mustang said:

Then why isn't this done in 1:18 yet when the manufacturers have made many of the same cars over and over and over I know I have every one. Really want to see more of the Racing Mustangs like Shelby GT350's, Boss 302's, even the current GT350R's and GT500C cars

I agree with you 100%. I got tired of waiting for a 1:18 scale current mustang race car like a Mustang GT 4. That’s why I did this . There hasn’t been any thing since 2008. The AutoArt 1:18 scale mustang FR500S has been it lately. 

They also made a FR500 C in white and orange . 

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Anyone deal with  The Hamilton Collection looks like they are offering the 1966 Ford GT-40 Mark II 50th Anniversary die cast tribute. 

 

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1 hour ago, shelby001 said:

Anyone deal with  The Hamilton Collection looks like they are offering the 1966 Ford GT-40 Mark II 50th Anniversary die cast tribute. 

 

Haven’t seen one , do you have any pictures of that model ?  Are they on ebay ? 

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Hey Mongoose ...is that the “shaker ram air hood scoop intake with flapper “ for the new C8 ZL1 ?.:hysterical2:

just meesin with ya .

later :peelout:OK I’ll use this one :shift:

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2 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Hey Mongoose ...is that the “shaker ram air hood scoop intake with flapper “ for the new C8 ZL1 ?.:hysterical2:

just meesin with ya .

later :peelout:OK I’ll use this one :shift:

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Hey Slow Lane:   This very sophisticated red box actually used to be used on a blown fuel injected (Old School) 57 Vette Funny Car! LOL :lol:

Later!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

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