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Diecast chod clearout! Updated 19/ 12 / 18

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Right been going through some of my Diecast collection in recent weeks and decided I could do with clearing out some space.

 

Thought I'd make a separate thread rather than clog up the other shite in miniature thread.

 

Will of course combine postage where possible as prefer to sell as many as I can in one go!

 

These all vary in condition so just ask if you want to know more about a particular item.

 

First batch 50p each.

 

Grey Toyota SOLD.

 

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Toyota 4Runner & Range Rover SOLD.

 

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Nova & Black Capri SOLD

 

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Orange Land Rover SOLD.

 

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Second batch £1 each.

 

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Delorean SOLD.

 

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Third batch. £3 each.

 

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Fourth batch. £4 each.

 

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Mustang SOLD.

 

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Sierra SOLD.

 

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Fifth batch added 15/12. First row £1 each.

 

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50p each below.

 

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Sixth batch added 19/12/18.

 

1:43 Gama / Schabak cars All Sold.

 

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1:43 Alfa 147 Gta Race Car. £4.

 

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1:43 Universal Hobbies Land Rover. £8.

 

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1:43 Burago Fiat 500 Abarth Sold.

 

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Can I take

The 4x4 in the 1st pic

Fellow and red 4x4s in the 3rd

Opel Corsa in the 4th

Landrover in the 7th,and the Delorean for a pound

Ta

Are you putting any others up soon?

Hi sorry for not replying sooner I'll put those to one side for you and amend the list.

 

I should have some more to add yet just depends if I get time tonight to sort through some more boxes. I've got some more 1:64 and possibly a few 1:43 cars too but will see once I start opening them up.

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Black zakspeed looking capri in 4th picture, Green Mustang in second to last pic and saph in last pic for me please

No problem fordperv, I will put these to one side for you and amend the thread later on for the sold items.

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No problem fordperv, I will put these to one side for you and amend the thread later on for the sold items.

Cheers mate give me a nudge by pm with the total price including postage

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Cheers mate give me a nudge by pm with the total price including postage

Thank's fordperv pm sent.

 

Bastid, too slow on the Sierra as I'm having a Schabaky thing going on, as have 2 winging their way from France!

Felly got another Schabak Sierra Sapphire that I was going to keep myself but can send it your way to help the cause!

 

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Few more 1:64 also now added to the first post.

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Do I spy a long nose bonnet on that red saph like the euro spec ones or is it how the pictures took?

Yes for some reason Schabak went to the trouble of making a European spec and English spec front end on the 1:25 scale models but only made the European Spec on the 1:43 models.

 

The Vitesse 1:43 model is also a copy of the 1:43 Schabak too. Even though there version is suppose to be a Cosworth it stil has the Schabak boot lid with ghia badging!

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Last few added tonight for now to the first post. Pm asap if anybody wants anything before xmas by midday tomorrow as last post for 1st Class recorded ends tomorrow so if you quick I will post it out. Or can hang on to them till after xmas. Cheers.

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Red Gama Cavalier please and the Bburago Abarth 595 please.

 

Might take the Gama Golf and BMW if they are not sold by 28th. But if anyone else wants them in the meantime please feel free.

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I'll have the Alfa 147, let me know details and absolutely no rush for postage.

Cheers,

Vaughan.

Will drop you a PM tomorrow thanks!

 

The two reno 5 and extra van please

Likewise no problem will put them to one side and PM you tomorrow.

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