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Discussion in 'Station Wagon Memorabilia & Toys' started by Safariknut, Jan 16, 2019.
A few from my accumulation.................
A few more..........
Are we bragging? Ha ha, just kidding, thank you for sharing your collection! That package in the first photo must be N-scale (1:160th). If they're either Bachmann or Life-Like, there should also be an HO-scale set of the same exact cars.
Looks like you have quite the collection there. Between my cars and the kids stuff, we have quite a collection of wagons at our house too. But nothing close to what you have.
You must play with them a lot. Most of them seem to have broken springs............
Trans Am Kammback wagon.
Not a wagon but I found this for $7 at a flea market a few weeks ago.
Actually, Ford did consider the full-sized Bronco a 'wagon,' as the term 'sport-utility' (and the Bronco is on a utility chassis) had not yet been coined in the late '70s. The actual term Ford used for them was 'Multipurpose passenger vehicle.'
I have to say, man, I'm envious that you found that. By the time those debuted, I was too old to play with Tonkas, Structos and Nylints.
Safariknut, is that your striping too? The red on purple in the notmad8 photo?
OH my gosh! I hope you bought it!
I assumed he had! Please tell us you did!
Yes, I bought it. I figured at that price I may as well.
No I don't think so. I have mostly work by other artists hung on the walls. If I have any of my work it is either stashed away or sold.The picture Display Wall East 2 005 is some of my work on a scale model of my Safari.Not the greatest but it was hard duplicating everything in 1/25th scale. Here is a pic of the full size version.This was taken 3 years ago so some other stuff has been added since.
I'm glad you did. I would have bought that in a heartbeat for $7.oo