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Diecast Kustom Kars

Post by andrew666 on Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:56 pm

Of course, it would be cool to be able to own a fleet of your own kustom kars, but in the absence of that, you might take the route I did and build up a collection of diecast models - ideal for those that think small is beautiful.

These are some of my favourites - although I don't own these particular ones - mine are a bit less interesting:


A 1933 Ford Coupe

or how about this covertible:



or this Ford Thunderbird coupe:



And wouldn't it be cool to own this hot atomic concept car:


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Re: Diecast Kustom Kars

Post by PaulG on Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:42 am


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How cool is that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Diecast Kustom Kars

Post by Harry Palms on Sun Nov 14, 2010 7:50 am

Scale Diecast cars...the beauty is in mixing and matching parts from other manfacturers, not one of my large scale toys from 1/24 up are stock i've mixed and matched, mills, bumpers, grills and wheels back and forth between em just like the real thing, being a car guy i jus can't help myself.

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