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Words fail to describe this model

:jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop

:nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob

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My oh my :bowdown :bowdown

Very nice indeed :nicejob :nicejob

I think the first sentence summarised the overall finish of this model. :cheers
 

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calgary7er said:
Words fail to describe this model

:jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop :jawdrop

:nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob

:bowdown :bowdown :bowdown :bowdown :bowdown
:iagree :iagree :tongue :tongue
 

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:danbanna :danbanna I just Order mine Danbury Mint 1957 Chevy. I can not wait until it com es in I got the Brochure on it and it looks so sweet so I had to order it. Once I get it I will post Pictures of it :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna :danbanna
 

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Now that's a beauty!!! Now if I could just get Dr.Frinks de-bigulator and shrink it down to 1:18th, then it would be perfect!!! :lol :cheers
 

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This model is currently available from the Danbury Mint. It is offered on a payment plan , interest free at about $100.00 a month for 5 months, plus shipping. It is indeed a beautiful model, on par with the fabulous Exoto XCU GT40 in my opinion, with photoetch body emblems, fantastic engine details, but the working top is the nicest feature . DM will also be using a varaition of this mold to produce a 'hot rod' version, with wide tires, blower, roll cage similar to their 1:24 scale versions, this will be released in 2005. sorry, no photos available yet. The model also includes a walnut display base with engraved '1957 Belair convertible. A clear display cover is optional at $65.00 made especially for this model.

1:12 scale is my preference after collecting most all other scales over the years. I now prefer a few 'masterpieces' of my favorite cars over a large collection of cars I generally liked.
 
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