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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by TheFastRacer, Jul 29, 2014.
Not my pic:
Nice model. I can't really display it with anything, but it's still neat.
The urge to spend these 500 dollars i got sitting around is unreal. :[
Go ahead. IXO models are relatively cheap and good quality for the price.
They also have a vast catalogue of nice models to choose from.
Im saving up for something.
I have a 1/32 Mack R-Model tanker on my shelve
anyone know how to get a picture off my phone so I can show you lot what I have?
Plug your phone charger in the PC via USB?
That's assuming it's not Apple. You'll probably have to go through Itunes to get the pic if it is
oh okay thanks
Some of my cars (it’s a bit messy):
Model cars. Most from my grandma.
A bunch of Hot Wheels in a jammer. I’ll show you some of the good ones later.
A complete mess. I’ll show you guys some of the important ones later.
My favorites. Yes I’ll take some and show it to you guys.
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There is a redline Hotwheels Deora in there!
Or post from your phone
wait you can?? thanks
Yep, the pictures I've posted are from my iPad.
It’s not the nicest thing in the world but it’s my favorite:
I collect model cars from every toy brand, and its pretty much a variety, I don't really specify on a certain "group" persay.
Blue light, to make my bookshelf more interesting...
Received the next bunch.
Most important one for me was the Schaback made VW Passat B3. Also decided to get the IŽ 412 aswell, even though I already had a Mosckwich 412. Then I found some interesting cars, SMZ 3A and LUAZ 969.
I also got what was supposed to be my first car, Mosckwich 407 in blue. The 407 and the 403 are a bit confusing to me. The main difference in real life was the engine, but as for the models, the difference is in the front grille. The blue model I have a picture of below says it´s a 407, but none of the 407s I have seen have had this grille, so I thought it must be a 403. Apparently I´m wrong.
Additionally I have ordered the best(in my opinion) russian car: VAZ 2121 aka LADA Niva. As far as I know, its built on the Fiat 124, but its reworked alot to make a truly uniqe and actually decent car. These cars are still somewhat treasured around where I live.
Lastly I made some pictures of my three Schaback models with everything opened.
I have this camaro I found with a crushed roof I was thinking of a mad max car since I have to ether cut the rest of the roof off or solder some small copper wire I have in is pillars. I need some ideas for it. I have attached some pics of it and what I am thinking to fix it.
sorry I forgot to rotate some of the pics.