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Hey. Twitch43........if you are still on here..... Man that is really a nice rare collection from page 9 ...2015 ....It looks like all the models of the SGT’s under one roof. 2006,2007,2008. I would love to have that collection in a heart beat. Just not a Chevy heart beat. 

How cool is that :congrats:

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On 4/15/2014 at 9:09 AM, BIKEBOY said:

The car that started the whole "train-a-rollin'" some 50 years ago! ...The reason we are all together here on this very forum, because without THIS car, Carroll Shelby would not have had the canvas to create such magic and therefore forge the friendships that have been made on this and many other forums. :victory:

 

In memory of April 17, 1964 and for all the joy that followed that day in fifty years, I give you one of my pride and joys.... ERTL's 1965 Mustang Convertible

 

A very highly detailed and intricate piece.

 

 

 

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Chris. Wow. That’s really nice. A blast from the past posted in 2014. Just found this cool. 

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4 minutes ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Chris. Wow. That’s really nice. A blast from the past 2014. 

Yeah Mike.....I bought that a long long time ago. Before I really started seriously collecting. It came in a sealed box....with shaped styrofoam around it and the antenna in a small plastic baggie. Lol 

I didn’t open the box for like five years. When I did, imagine my amazement?! 

Edit- Too bad it’s not a ‘K’ code ..... :hysterical: 

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17 hours ago, BIKEBOY said:

Yeah Mike.....I bought that a long long time ago. Before I really started seriously collecting. It came in a sealed box....with shaped styrofoam around it and the antenna in a small plastic baggie. Lol 

I didn’t open the box for like five years. When I did, imagine my amazement?! 

Edit- Too bad it’s not a ‘K’ code ..... :hysterical: 

Is that the 260 V/8 ? I can’t read the badge on the front fender.  

Edit. I just realized that’s a 1965. Ok. I can barely made out the air cleaner lid....But still cool and a 289 ci A code right and a whopping 225hp. Look how far the Mustang has come performance wise. :toot:

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8 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

More pictures of Christi Edelbrock’s ... # 55 Shelby GT 350...1:18 scale 

Mongoose  ...don’t you have a couple of these in different livery’s  ?  

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Hey motorhome Mike!  Yes, I also have this Lane,Exact Detail, 1/18, Christi Edelbrock, very cool and detailed Shelby!  I'll try and post some more pics later today!   In the meantime I hope you and your wife have a great time on your vacation, the area sounds awesome. "Enjoy"  :puppy_kiss:

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

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1 hour ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Is that the 260 V/8 ? I can’t read the badge on the front fender.  

Edit. I just realized that’s a 1965. Ok. I can barely make out the air cleaner lid....But still cool and a 289 ci A code right and a whopping 225hp. Look how far the Mustang has come performance wise. :toot:

Hey Chris & Motor home Mike: Very cool picks of your cars ( Shelbys and Large red Mustang) I like them all, (Nice)!   Chris, your large Mustang looks like it's really detailed well, I cannot believe how long it took you to open that package!   Well guys, It all started rolling with Ford and Mustangs and then Carroll Shelby came on board!  And then it started to snowball, and the rest is history lore.  The "Legend" continues on today and into the future!  :cool:  

Later!

"MONGOOSE"     :peelout:

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Well guys, I promised to post some more pics, and here we go!  I'll bet you guys haven't seen this one in anybody's collection yet!  It's a 1937 full size, all steel, Cub Cruiser Wagon, Blk/Bl w/ white accent.   It's a certified and numbered collectable celebrating Ford's 100th Anniversary!:cool:   This also was a present from my wife on a past birthday!  Its a very cool and well made collectable wagon with a nice paint job!    Also this is for "slow lane Mike",  That's one of are cats in the wagon, his name is "Ace", and no he isn't a dog! LOL:lol:   Talk to ya later guys!

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Mongoose...all I can sing is “cat scratch fever”. The song comes across my mind when I see him sitting on your very valuable cub cruiser “with nice paint” .....not for long.  :hysterical2:

Bailey doesn’t like it either :puppy_kiss: so there.  The master had spoken. :dogwalk:

The master being bailey. 

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:donald_farr:My three favorite diecast. Mic drop. 

Later ...slow lane mic 

 

 

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1 hour ago, mach 1 1970 said:

:donald_farr:My three favorite diecast. Mic drop. 

Later ...slow lane mic 

 

 

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Very cool display of your Exoto's GT-40s!  :cool:  Have a "Great Day" and a better tomorrow"!

Later!

"MONGOOSE"   :peelout:

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Hey guys,  wake up, lets keep this train a rolling along! We are all just "Big Kids" with more expensive "Toys" so show us what ya got hidden in your garage or attic, or where ever!!! LOL  I'm posting some pics of my die cast Corvette 327C.D., 375H.P. Fuel Injection engine! This (Fuelie) Engine was used in the 1963 thru 1965 Mid-Year Corvette StingRays and today they are very rare and desirable! I personally think these are some of the coolest looking engines!    

Later!

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10 hours ago, Mongoose said:

Hey guys,  wake up, lets keep this train a rolling along! We are all just "Big Kids" with more expensive "Toys" so show us what ya got hidden in your garage or attic, or where ever!!! LOL  I'm posting some pics of my die cast Corvette 327C.D., 375H.P. Fuel Injection engine! This (Fuelie) Engine was used in the 1963 thru 1965 Mid-Year Corvette StingRays and today they are very rare and desirable! I personally think these are some of the coolest looking engines!    

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

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12 hours ago, Mongoose said:

Hey guys,  wake up, lets keep this train a rolling along! We are all just "Big Kids" with more expensive "Toys" so show us what ya got hidden in your garage or attic, or where ever!!! LOL  I'm posting some pics of my die cast Corvette 327C.D., 375H.P. Fuel Injection engine! This (Fuelie) Engine was used in the 1963 thru 1965 Mid-Year Corvette StingRays and today they are very rare and desirable! I personally think these are some of the coolest looking engines!    

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

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Holy crap Batman!!! Where did you get that Goose?? :worship:

 

On 5/3/2018 at 7:59 PM, mach 1 1970 said:

:donald_farr:My three favorite diecast. Mic drop. 

Later ...slow lane mic 

 

 

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Another, :worship:  right there!

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Still in bed fellars. This oughtta be the last day. It better be, as I’m getting bed sores! :drop:

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I bought this at Wally World in Az. before I returned home to NJ, last week. Didn’t get a pic, but went on the web and found it. It’s a Maisto 1/24 and for $10 is detailed very nicely. I love the color! 

 

 

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In Hilton Head now. The internet is a little slow and hard to post . Chris sure hope u are feeling better soon. Maybe there’s a diecast or something in the motorhome that one of the kids left behind. :dance:

 

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8 hours ago, BIKEBOY said:

Still in bed fellars. This oughtta be the last day. It better be, as I’m getting bed sores! :drop:

Hey Chris, it looks like you're still not feeling very well!  Hope you start feeling better pretty soon so you can go out and soak up some of that "Vitamin B" Sunshine!  :)  I'll post some more pics for you to enjoy in a little while!:camera:

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

7 hours ago, BIKEBOY said:

I bought this at Wally World in Az. before I returned home to NJ, last week. Didn’t get a pic, but went on the web and found it. It’s a Maisto 1/24 and for $10 is detailed very nicely. I love the color! 

 

 

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Nice looking truck w/good color combo, and it sounds like you got a good buy on it! I like alot of the Ford trucks from 73 to 79 pickups,especially the F-250 & F-350 4x4s.   I still have my 77 f-250,4x4 Highboy and I still really like it! 

Later!

"MONGOOSE"  :peelout:

 

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8 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

In Hilton Head now. The internet is a little slow and hard to post . Chris sure hope u are feeling better soon. Maybe there’s a diecast or something in the motorhome that one of the kids left behind. :dance:

 

 

Hey, Captain Mike!  I see you're still driving those big old "Land Yachts"!  I was just wondering if you won any races with that boat anchor!  Oh, I'm sorry, I meant "Motor Home"!  LOL  :lol:  Just funning Ya, Mike!   You and your Better-Half enjoy your vacation at Hilty Head!  P.S. The internet isn't the only thing that's slow!!!!!!    LOL  :lol:

Later!

"MONGOOSE"     :peelout:

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Well guys, It's Saturday night, and the night is still young!  The Gang and I are driving down to Crazy Ed's Speed Shop and I'll be riding my custom Mother's stretched motorcycle!:cool:  If you want to party, then come on down!:happyfeet:  

Later!

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Mongoose... cool Chevy FI engine. Love crazy Ed’s and all the period correct machines. 

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Found this beauty in the MH. I think I paid $5 for this and keep it in here for the grandkids. 1:38 scale and says 2005 on the bottom but its a 2015 . Made by Kinsart and Kroger has these of all places. Pretty good detail for the money. 

Chris are u back on your feet ? 

Take a guess at what car is the last picture. No mongoose it’s not a Lincoln:play: 

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Goose, love the diorama! :rockon:

Mike, I am feeling better today...thanks bud. Hope you’re having fun on your vacay! 

Where does Bailey ride in the Land Yacht? Shotgun with mommy, or does he have a special seat??? :lurk: 

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1 hour ago, BIKEBOY said:

Goose, love the diorama! :rockon:

Mike, I am feeling better today...thanks bud. Hope you’re having fun on your vacay! 

Where does Bailey ride in the Land Yacht? Shotgun with mommy, or does he have a special seat??? :lurk: 

Captain chair for this bossy dog on mommy’s lap.  ...what else. Now she is watching her favorite show. No really she watches TV and barks at other animals especially the adds. She can be in another room and hear a certain add and barks and comes running.....It’s funny as hell.

Her favorite hat also .

Found the only Mustang here. Chris here is your $500K Land Yacht not ours. How yah like the custom paint. Some people are into motorhomes like we are into cars. 

Ok internet getting really slowwww nowww 

 Back on topic sorry.....

bye :stats:

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In the non-Ford realm, this is one of my favorites. Had to send it back twice due to tampo issues, and for the money AutoArt charges, I wasn't going to let those issues go.

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7 minutes ago, falcongtho3 said:

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That’s beautiful man. King in its day. 

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3 hours ago, mach 1 1970 said:

Found this beauty in the MH. I think I paid $5 for this and keep it in here for the grandkids. 1:38 scale and says 2005 on the bottom but its a 2015 . Made by Kinsart and Kroger has these of all places. Pretty good detail for the money. 

Chris are u back on your feet ? 

Take a guess at what car is the last picture. No mongoose it’s not a Lincoln:play: 

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Hey," Captain Land Yacht",  the Mustang reminds me kind of like yours, and it has pretty good detail for a inexpensive model.  That last model, (orange-ish color) looks like it could be a Ferrari.  Well I gotta go, I hear nature calling, or is that the sound of "Land Yachts Racing"!!!!!!     :clapping:

Later!

"MONGOOSE"    :peelout:

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A Ferrari? Really? Ferraris are red! all of them. Even if they're not, they are!

That's McLaren orange if I ever saw it.

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