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identifying toy cars
Published 27/09/2014 @ 02:55:10, By eLMeR
The next time I'll find some cars with more accurate shape...

Some models makers do a nice and recognizable job, some others don't. You're not responsible for the approximations they can make :smile:

The Porsche isn't bad
The one below it makes me think to the Lamborghini Countach made by Bburago.

I agree for 1 (not so bad Porsche model) & 2 (it is a Lamborghini Countach).
3 (the maker of the model) is far beyond my knowledge :tinostar:

Latest Edition: 27/09/2014 @ 03:02:15


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identifying toy cars
Published 27/09/2014 @ 21:37:12, By Mark99
By the way, the pink Cadillac is a 1962 DeVille.
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identifying toy cars
Published 28/09/2014 @ 01:20:25, By Lateef
^ 1959. The least mistakable Cadillac year.

Latest Edition: 28/09/2014 @ 01:20:50
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identifying toy cars
Published 28/09/2014 @ 01:33:52, By eLMeR
By the way, the pink Cadillac is a 1962 DeVille.

More likely a 1959 Cadillac Series 62 coupe or a 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville :smile:
The 1960 models had a different rear end.

Maybe some Cadillac expert could explain the de Ville // 62 Series difference? It seemed to be trim levels first, and became separate series in 1959?

(Edit: passed by Lateef. Next time, I'll refresh the page before posting :smile: )

Latest Edition: 28/09/2014 @ 01:37:39
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:04:50, By Mark99
Here are three cars easily recognizable: the first is very common in the streets of my country:
1997 Mercedes-Benz A-Class [W168]
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:08:32, By Mark99
This one, instead, a little less...
Porsche 911 Carrera
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:10:45, By Mark99
Finally, you can see this one on the American roads. I don't know the make, but the model is called 'Scorcher'.
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:19:13, By Mark99
These cars belong to my cousin. They look very interesting. Let's start with these two trucks (International or Mack, I think)...
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:21:35, By Mark99
These ones, instead, look like two Hummers...
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Latest Edition: 28/09/2014 @ 21:22:01
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:23:11, By Mark99
Ducati
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identifying toy cars
Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:24:35, By Mark99
Police van
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:26:21, By Mark99
This one looks like a Hummer too.
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:28:17, By Mark99
Another one with Hummer looking.
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:33:32, By Mark99
Typical situation from an action movie... all the vehicles blow up while the grey SUV doesn't know what is going to fall on its roof...
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Latest Edition: 28/09/2014 @ 21:34:21
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:35:32, By Mark99
Chevrolet
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:39:03, By Mark99
Thor's car... (it is surely invented...)
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Latest Edition: 29/09/2014 @ 19:39:46
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Published 28/09/2014 @ 21:50:23, By Mark99
This one belonged to me: I loved this car very much, I've always played with it. It's a Chevrolet Montecarlo.
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identifying toy cars
Published 07/10/2014 @ 20:22:05, By ingo
After the -sorry Mark99- cheap and low-spec stuff something classic. I've bought it for a ridicoulous price in an antique/curios-shop in Scotland two weeks ago:

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This one, the early 50ies US-Car and the camping-trailer, I haven't bought, because I had no idea about the originality and the value, but because the asked price was also extremely low, I decided to went to the shop again the following day - but then it was already sold. :sad:

Can anyone identify make and value?

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On the ferry -"King Seaways" was this model displayed:

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Unfortunately the pics of the ferry-display in the former ship on that route, the "Queen of Scandinavia", we had used on former travelling failed :sad:

There the scale-model was loaded with mid-60ies WIKING-cars, all the today high-priced first versions with windows! :love:

Latest Edition: 07/10/2014 @ 20:53:04
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identifying toy cars
Published 07/10/2014 @ 22:05:56, By eLMeR

If I'm not mistaken, the yellow car is the 1967 Pininfarina BMC 1800 Berlina Aerodinamica concept car which is said to have inspired both Citro├źn CX and Rover SD1...
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identifying toy cars
Published 07/10/2014 @ 22:54:41, By weasel1984
Yes, it is Aerodinamica indeed.
Excellent collection (and ferry too)!
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identifying toy cars
Published 07/10/2014 @ 23:22:29, By ingo
Yes, it is Aerodinamica indeed.
Excellent collection (and ferry too)!


On the trip back home I've noticed, that behind these two lines therere are two more lines Matchbox-cars, all older ones from the early 60ies. But unfortunately it was impossible to take pics of them.
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