1. monaco75

    monaco75 Senior Member

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  2. Wollfen

    Wollfen Old Man with a Hat

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    Dammit, I want a 1970 Sport Fury!
     
  3. Turboomni

    Turboomni Old Man with a Hat

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    I have been looking for a 69 Fury model with no luck for some time. I even have a nice model of a Omni GLH . I don't get it.
     
  4. 1978 NYB

    1978 NYB Warfighter FCBO Gold Member

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    Wow! Those are nice!

    78 NYB available?
     
  5. Wildbunch02

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    Kind of pricey for not having any detail underneath, otherwise they look beautiful.
     
  6. Jim 68cuda

    Jim 68cuda Well-Known Member

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    No detail on the chassis, and no, the hood does not open. Nor do the doors or trunk. But, the models look amazing with very nice detail and proportions. Some have incredible paint jobs that look like you could dive into. I have the 62 and 65 Imperials, and the 62 Newport Town and Country wagon and the 67 Newport convertible. Absolutely love the dark blue paint job on the 62 Imperial.
    I have considered a few other 1/18 scale BoS models including the 60 Valiant, 31 Dodge coupe and convertible, the 62 300 convertible and coupe, the Jeepster Commando, and the 57 & 71 Imperials, but the high price tags have kept me from pulling the trigger yet on any of those. They also do 1/18 scale 61 Dodge 4 door, 56 DeSoto 4 door, Dodge Ramcharger 4x4, 63 Chrysler Newport 4 door, and a 52 Dodge 2 door sedan.
    Here are the current BoS models that are available in 1/87 scale, 1/43 scale, or 1/18 scale.
    American Excellence - Diecast Model Cars. 100 % Diecast. All Brands. All Scales


    Looks like the 73 New Yorker and 75 Imperial are currently on sale for $90.
    Diecast Car - Chrysler - New Yorker Brougham - metallic dark red / black - 1973
    Diecast Car - Chrysler - Imperial LeBaron - gold / beige - 1975
     
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  7. 6PKRTSE

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    Those are pretty cool of many unique or unusual model cars. My kids always buy me 1:18 scale Mopars for my Birthdays, Father's Day, Christmas etc. I was running out of room so I made a shelf off of the beam in the "Racement", racing themed basement as we call it.

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  8. 75LandYacht

    75LandYacht Yank Tank FCBO Gold Member

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    I’m digg’en that 69 tail Panel on the wall..
     
  9. 78Brougham

    78Brougham "Chump" FCBO Gold Member

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    Bob did you really look at the color of that NYB.... Chrysler would never let that combo out the door.

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  10. Mid70's Chrysler Fanatic

    Mid70's Chrysler Fanatic Active Member

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    Jeez, from some angles that NY'er in the video looks real!

    It's too bad that BoS models don't have detailed chassis. Especially since they go so far as to include the shoulder belts clipped to the headliner.

    I'd like to see a BoS rendition of a Formal wagon... but I'll have to be satisfied with my 1:1 Mopar. :rolleyes: