Some new releases coming

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  1. moparandfomoco

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    Colony Park is very realistic looking.
     
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    HA! Gotcha!

    I'll bet it will be nice though. Great subject matter and will look great with my other 1:18's

    Makes you wonder how they came up with the idea of the Grand LeMans wagon - that's pretty obscure. What would be neat if they made all of the rest of the Colonnade wagons from that tooling. How about a '73 Chevelle SS wagon or '77 Buick Century? There's possibilities....
     
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    I was thinking the SAME thing! :rofl2:
     
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    It's nice to see the diecast designers starting to think out side the box.
     
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    Speaking of thinking outside the box, and to steal a little thunder from my buddy Bill- aka Moparfomco man there are also two new exciting (for me anyway) new Colony Park wagons due out in January from Goldvar. A 1960 in Aztec Turquoise, and one in Royal lilac Polly. Yeah! Already have my order in! 2020 is already starting off good
     

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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    And a couple already offered:

    http://www.kessmodel.it/portfolio/ford-country-squire-station-wagon-1968-2/

    http://www.kessmodel.it/portfolio/ford-country-squire-station-wagon-1968/

    One in red, one in green. They also have Boston and SF police Torinos:

    http://www.kessmodel.it/portfolio/ford-usa-torino-mdc-boston-police-1976/

    No separate page was made for the SFPD Torino. And then, one last big boat, a '78 Grand Marquis:

    http://www.kessmodel.it/portfolio/mercury-grand-marquis-4-door-1978-2/

    These models run about $100, give or take, and are resin. They look stupendous for resin construction.
     
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    Wow! Those are some great looking scale models! I am impressed.
     
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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    Ah, but at about $100 apiece, give or take $20, they're too rich for my blood.
     
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    Yeah, I have to agree with you there Andrew.
     
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    I agree Andrew - but like the Grand Marquis for example - look at the underside - single exhaust, and that means 400 Mortified. For my $100 for a 1/43 scale, I want a 460-4v and duals!
     
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    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    "Mortified..." I'll have to steal that, pretend like I made it up!
     

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