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|Great Site, A mine of information!!|
Has anyone else noticed that the licence plate on IXO's Wartburg 353 (IST 014-Red 1985 model) is wrong?
Its plate starts with 2 letters, which is up to 1976. BUT from some time in 1976 DDR licence plates changed to 3 letters!
Best Wishes. Y.
I am from Iran .Your site is a fantastic and vauable source of information. Excellent work. I had been looking to build up my collection of model cars and your site has provided some great and innovative ideas.
Thanks and best wishes
|oh sorry, I noticed that you're from Switzerland ;)|
I'am from Poland, so at first I want to apolgize for my english, if i write something wrong etc. ;) refer to country where i come from, i'am really happy that someone from USA (i guess :) if i'am wrong correct me) got models of polish cars. My collection is about 350 models too (mainly in 1/18th scale)
|Farrukh Karamat||17.10.2008 18:54|
|Your site is a fantastic source of information. Excellent work. I had been looking to build up my collection of cars and your site has provided some great ideas. Thanks|
|Basbug Samancioglu||25.08.2008 22:09|
|Congratulations on this really professional and competent job of presenting your valuable collection.|
|Shane Nassif||25.08.2008 16:18|
|Very nice site, i have taken over my dads collection, there are about 12000 pieces in the collection, you have given me some great ideas, thanks|
|Mark Abramowitz||21.07.2008 22:59|
|The collection is very nice, i collect scale cars too, and i have some exotic models made in Mexico. im sure, you never seen or known about this wellmade models ( some manufactured under licenses) if you are interested contact me. regards from MEXICO.|
|BulgarianCollection.com - owner||06.03.2008 07:33|
|I saw you have at least 2 Bulgarian models. You can take a look at www.bulgariancollection.com - it is a reference site for all Matchbox, Gama, Schuco models made in Bulgaria.|
You have done a lot of good work!
|John Howard||02.02.2008 13:44|
|Lovely Collection which I happened on by good luck. I am compiling a list of models of all scales only of cars and pick ups (just for the heck of it) and your collection has added more than a couple to that list. My own collection now is in excess of 7600 models but there were more than a few in yours I would be very happy to have in mine. Keep collecting!|
|I am trying to remember a brand of toy car I was infatuated with during my childhood. I looked through your list of car manufacturers and didn't recognize the brand as being in your list. I had quite a collection that disappeared over time and before I could realize their value and meaning. The cars were of superior quality and bought at a specialty toy store. The fairly sure the manufacturers name started with an "L" and seemed (in my mind) to have probably been of British origin. Among the cars I had was a Batmobile and a 007 Aston Martin with ejection seat and a bullet proof shield that popped up from the trunk area when a button was pushed. Any ideas on who made these cars? Thank you.|
|Our comment: Both models were released as diecast models in about 1/43rd scale by Corgi, but that name doesn't start with an "L". For various Batmobiles, see http://www.1966batmobile.com/toys.htm ; For the Corgi Aston Martins, have a look at the following pages: http://www.theoldtoyguide.com/diecast/corgi/james-bond-aston-martin-DB5-261.html http://www.theoldtoyguide.com/diecast/corgi/corgi-james-bond-aston-martin-db5-270.html|
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To see a glimpse of my collection....Can i know from where can i get those exotic antique models like..Cugnot steam engines...etc please let me know
|Our comment: The steam engines by Brumm are now obsolete, but they sometimes turn up at swapmeets, online auctions or shops specialized in obsolete model cars. For the last-mentioned source, check my links page.|
|Abhishek Kaul||06.08.2007 12:44|
|simply great..Hats off to your collection, well I too collect diecast models.But my collection includes all scales...and todate i have about 2000 different scaled replicas.Out of which i have put some of the photos in my web album....your suggestions and comments are welcome|
|Congratulations is really a great site. I learned many things about models and manufaturers. Thank you very much. |
A little contribution: Verbiest model (Brumm x6) is 1/6 scale (no 1/43) It was not a real vehicle. Only a toy for demonstration for China emperor.
|hi great site i am searching for information brochure or book on denzil skinner models/tanks of all nations would be kindly grateful if anyone has any info on these models thanks nick my email is above if you can help.|
|To contact our model car shop in Lisbon, Portugal|
have a look at www.quitecnica.com . Our shop is small but has the best stock in the country and we and our customers speak a lot of languages.
|Congratulations on your excellent page. You are the best! By the way, if you ever come to Portugal, our QUITECNICA model car shop is the best in Lisbon. All Portuguese and foreign major collectors have their meeting-point there. Please inform everybody and keep improving your wonderful site.|
|Great site for the collector!|
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