thats it, yes be jealous Mccombie.mccombie_5 said:LOL Nice :cool2:
I want one :frown::thehand:
Ohh, lol. I was about to suggest that you list them in your ownership thing... but that may take a while... LOL :thumbsup:93fleetwoodlowlow said:ive got well over 200 model/ diecast cars. yeah i got Uncle Craig beat!
I have three cabinets of 1:18, each cabinet holds about 15 that size comfortably. The matchbox ones there are about 100+ of, i bought alot recently so i cant be sure, i have about 30-50 1:24, currently stored until i can build new cabinets, plus a couple of boxes of odd ones, that i like, but cannot display because the dont "fit". That equals to about 30, like i say these are approximate because i buy them often.93fleetwoodlowlow said:well damn i cant be now. how many do you have? im talking 1:25 & ^. i dont usually buy 1:18 scale models except on cars i really really like, like Cadillacs, Corvettes, Maseratis, and Lincolns.
i looked at them, they are alright, im getting a regular V, i might get the race car.DeVillish said:ah, i miss all my dicast cars. There all in a box at home. I got a few here though. Need some more chargers though. Oh and lowlow you gota get the Cadillac LMP race car in 1/18th if you got the Cien and V.
you know i didnt even think of that until you said that. looked back at it and yeah, if it didnt have the maserati symbol on the front it definitely could be called a Park Avenue.Jesda said:Hot [wheels]!
Whats interesting is how you could (only based on looks) call it a 2007 Park Avenue and it would make sense.