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After reading about Stoney and Lowlow's die-cast cars, I thought I'd post my collection (good excuse to take them off the shelf and dust them). Since I'd never be able to afford all the cars I love, I've decided I can at least have them on a 1:18 scale:

2005 Corvette

1969 Corvette 427

1965 Corvette 327 Fuelie

The "Bullitt" cars—1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440 Magnum
1968 Ford Mustang GT 390




1965 Pontiac GTO

More coming!
 

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As they say on the Gilligan's Island theme, ...and the rest:

1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409

1961 Chevrolet Impala SS 409


1959 Cadillac Eldorado

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

And even though it's not die-cast or a car, my favorite model is my B-52 Stratofortress:

 

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Wow nice rides. All I have now is a 66 Chevelle SS in all black. But will be adding more. I used to have like 20 different one but my cousin thought they were toys and was crashing them around and I got pissed after they were broken and threw them away.
 

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Stoneage_Caddy said:
but those b52s are badass....
Hey Stoney, did you see the pic I posted on the Veteran's Day thread?

When I was a kid, we'd sometimes park on the highway that ran past the end of the runway at the base (Dyess AFB, TX) and watch the B-52s doing a MITO (minimum interval take-off). It was such a rush to see those big, bad planes coming at you with those eight engines screaming and belching out black smoke (this was in the late 60s, early 70s). I wish we'd had a movie camera back then.
 

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gdwriter said:
Hey Stoney, did you see the pic I posted on the Veteran's Day thread?

When I was a kid, we'd sometimes park on the highway that ran past the end of the runway at the base (Dyess AFB, TX) and watch the B-52s doing a MITO (minimum interval take-off). It was such a rush to see those big, bad planes coming at you with those eight engines screaming and belching out black smoke (this was in the late 60s, early 70s). I wish we'd had a movie camera back then.
yup saw the pic and ive seen what your talkin about ...its really something
 
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