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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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identifying toy cars
Published 08/10/2014 @ 02:00:11, By dsl
The yellow 1800 Pininfarina is very rare variant (usually described as orange) - most were metallic gold. The "white" Capri with black bonnet behind the caravan is odd - should be pink, unless it's faded. All the others are normal mid-late 60s Matchbox around the transition to Superfast in 69 - I probably had 75% of them at one stage or other of childhood. Someone's very carefully pealed the racing stickers off the Mini and VW Beetle. I don't recognise the blue truck in last thumb - a foreign intruder??
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Published 12/10/2014 @ 19:51:14, By cl82
To me it looks rather British because I don`t think it`s a MB.
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Published 12/10/2014 @ 21:28:36, By Gamer
@Mark99: the name of the car is usually written on the bottom. :wink:
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Published 13/10/2014 @ 18:13:29, By Mark99
Thanks, Gamer :wink:
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Published 08/11/2014 @ 21:59:38, By Mark99
Three cars found in my house (there's no name written on their bottom) so can you tell me their name? Thanks
1)A (really American looking) green car;
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Published 08/11/2014 @ 22:00:26, By Mark99
2)An Airport bus;
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Published 08/11/2014 @ 22:03:54, By Mark99
3)An ambulance
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Published 08/11/2014 @ 22:43:35, By Gamer
1) Tucker torpedo with restyled nose
2) Jonckheere unknown
3) converted Ford Bronco
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Published 08/11/2014 @ 22:46:51, By Gamer
The yellow 1800 Pininfarina is very rare variant (usually described as orange) - most were metallic gold. The "white" Capri with black bonnet behind the caravan is odd - should be pink, unless it's faded. All the others are normal mid-late 60s Matchbox around the transition to Superfast in 69 - I probably had 75% of them at one stage or other of childhood. Someone's very carefully pealed the racing stickers off the Mini and VW Beetle. I don't recognise the blue truck in last thumb - a foreign intruder??

I have the BMC 1800 in gold, with white paint splattered all over it (real paint, no design) and the green Dodge Charger three times - two times in green, one with and one without door and once in metallic magenta.
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Published 27/09/2015 @ 21:37:44, By Mark99
Little quiz: do you recognize these four Ferraris?
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Published 27/09/2015 @ 21:38:56, By Mark99
Little quiz: do you recognize these five Ferraris??
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Published 27/09/2015 @ 21:51:15, By Gamer
599 GTB, F40, F50, 550 Spider and F430.
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Published 28/09/2015 @ 05:45:36, By Mark99
Very good, Gamer! I've recognized only the F40:about the four others, I don't know them and I wanted to ask help here
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Published 28/09/2015 @ 16:38:43, By Mark99
Four fire trucks of several ages (the first one reminds me a Seagrave). What about the others?
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Published 29/09/2015 @ 14:18:01, By Exiv96
The fourth one is a Mercedes T1.
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Published 29/09/2015 @ 14:51:12, By Lateef
The first one is a Mack CF
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Published 29/09/2015 @ 16:25:15, By Exiv96
2)An Airport bus;


2) Jonckheere unknown


I have one of these since I was a kid, and its origin has puzzled me for a long time, but I don't think it's a Jonckheere. On closer inspection, it appears the Majorette modelmakers have been inspired by the Irizar coaches from Spain, especially the Korosti and Urko models. It's basically an Urko with the front end of a Korosti... but all squeezed into a midi coach format.

Korosti : https://www.flickr.com/photos/irizar_coaches_and_buses/12237452213

Urko : http://www.fotobus.es/data/media/20/Irizar_Urko_002.JPG
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Published 30/09/2015 @ 08:36:19, By Mark99
Two police cars: the first one is a Fiat Tipo, the second one I think it's something Russian (VAZ?)
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Published 30/09/2015 @ 13:02:39, By ingo
Two police cars: the first one is a Fiat Tipo, the second one I think it's something Russian (VAZ?)


Yes, a Lada Samara.
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Published 30/09/2015 @ 14:18:22, By Mark99
Little quiz: do you recognize this car (really common in Italy)?
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