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On 9/30/2019 at 10:36 PM, Noel Tidybeard said:

cx & vaux cresta?(behind yeller beetle) please

Yours!  Cresta is an Ope; Diplomat, see below! :)

On 9/30/2019 at 10:46 PM, flat4alfa said:

I’m reasonably sure the Cresta is a Diplomat

I would like the NSU 

Cant place the yellow hatchback at the back - is it Renault 5 or a Honda N600 ?

NSU is yours.  Honda N600 is correct, would you like that too?

On 9/30/2019 at 10:55 PM, BoggyMires said:

Could I get (love that phrase) the blue box F1, golf GTi behind it and the silver Merc looking thing behind that and the cream beetle please?

Silver Merc is  BMW 7-series.  These are all yours.

On 9/30/2019 at 10:56 PM, flat4alfa said:

Over the page there was a small (Lone Star?) Lancia Flamina sedan

and a pair of Britains Land Rovers 

and a (Corgi 1:36?) Rolls Royce convertible missing a bonnet

Are they still available?

I'm sorry, too late; they're all taken.

On 9/30/2019 at 11:10 PM, Noel Tidybeard said:

go on i'll have the pinin landcrab as well

No problem!

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I took my stall to the Lakeland Motor Museum again on Saturday, and sold the last two 1/18s!  And on Friday one arrived from ebay... errr.... in my defence it was one I've been chasing for years, since I first saw one listed.  A yellow 1963 Cadillac convertible, from Scarface, complete with Al Pacino figure.  Still need a Reservoir Dogs Coupe deVille and a 1957 Brougham.  Oh and a Dodge Diplomat (or preferably a few) in either 1/24 or 1/43 scale.

And here they all are, in the same order (except the two I sold which are visible upthread).  You can see why I want them! :)





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Amazingly, I'm still selling stuff!  I've just packed up a box for posting today, and I have two more waiting for notification from PayPal.  I also have some small batches waiting for people to respond to their PMs; PMs which are getting quite old now.  Talk to me, chaps, your toys vintage models are waiting!

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Just a couple of Corgi Jeep FC pickups, I'm afraid.  Two of them had the grain elevator fitted, or at least, I've found two grain elevators; it's possible one had something else.  The belts have gone off the elevators but they will go with the chassis.

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As alluded to in SIM, here are some photos of what I found yesterday.


Assorted chassis and interior bits!  And windows.  These are all Matchbox size and I'll try to match them up with the appropriate bodies, as shown:



10p per shell, with whatever I can find that fits.

Corgi/Spot-On size:






20p per car on these, and again, you'll get as much as I can find.

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Just now, sierraman said:

I’ll go fo the Capri, the two zephyrs,  the Morris 1300 x2, the mini, the box 1800 and the mercury Estate if  that’s ok? 


OK, I've gathered what I can for these; some are more complete than others.  Box 1800?  Which is that?

Just now, bunglebus said:

Is the tailgate for the yellow transit there? Interested if so

Haven't found it yet, sorry.

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And the Hot Wheels Cheetah.  There would have been a motor sticking out of the hood.  If it's missing, no bother I can put any motor in there.  Got any spare motors, any size?  Ullo Ed, got a spare motor?

Parker's Roller looks great potential as a sunshine convertible project.  Yes please.

And the Merc SL if there's a base for it




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