Chrysler, Dodge & Plymouth die casts

Models, Diecast, Related Hobbies, Etc

  1. david hill

    david hill Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    For those who didn't see my post under car shows, look at what I found at the Chrysler Performance Swap meet here in Indy. Included is the sellers business card. Enjoy.

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  2. 1978 NYB

    1978 NYB Warfighter FCBO Gold Member

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    Very nice collection!
     
  3. 75LandYacht

    75LandYacht Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Man oh man. Nice collection.. I still 20 or so 1:18 scales cars I’ve collected over the years. Started collecting when I was in Italy while in the service.. all Italian RED cars, then allot of RED domestic ones when I got state side. I’ll have to dig them out and revisit them.
     
  4. BLUPORT

    BLUPORT Carpe Diem Cras FCBO Gold Member

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    Every day, I look for a 68 Newport Coupe die cast or model... They just don't exist.
     
  5. david hill

    david hill Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    I was thinking you might like the 67 Newport convert. As you said how many do you see available. It looks much better in person.
     
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    BLUPORT Carpe Diem Cras FCBO Gold Member

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    It is nice, but I'm after the car I own. ;) Which is why I'll never find it.
     
  7. LocuMob

    LocuMob Fluid Technician with a hat FCBO Gold Member

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    Minnesota fellas that do that. They out out some cool cars, and not many in each run. I should have been a flipper of those models when I first heard of them twenty years ago!
     
  8. live4theking

    live4theking Old Man with a Hat

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    The only 68 Chrysler I've seen over the years is a 300. I'd like one of my NYer.
     
  9. MoparJim

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    I have about 50 of the 1:18 scale Mopar muscle cars that I started collecting about 25 years ago but the last one I bought must have been almost 10 years ago. I display them in a curio cabinet in my bedroom so I can enjoy them everyday. Most are the American Muscle brand that used to be available at Toys R Us for $19.99, but I also have some of the nicer Highway 61s and GMPs plus a Supercars Collectable 67 WO23 Superstock Dodge Coronet. I also have a couple of the Mopar Nationals commemoratives, including the first from 94 plus the ones from 98 and 99, too. My oldest is a 58 Fury and the latest is a Viper ACR, but the majority are A, B and E body muscle cars from 66 to 71. I have never seen a C body in 1:18 scale, and I believe that all of the brands I used to buy are now history, but I still get a ton of enjoyment out of my collection.