Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Catt, Oct 22, 2006.
All Boley, all HO. Enjoy!
Except the yellow crane, thats a Kibri!
More still on order..... :thumb:
These are from Wal-Mart under the Fresh Cherries brand.This is one of two.For those that aren't old enough to remember it is a 1974 AMC Gremlin.These are all HO (1/87) scale.
These are also from Wal-Mart and the Fresh Cherries brand.This time it's a 1981 Ford Escort hatchback.these cars are very nicely detailed for HO diecast.
One last Fresh Cherries for ya,this time a 1978 AMC Pacer.They also do the Pinto Cruizin Wagon (sedan delivery with a porthole window).
While I have your attention heres a few more of my trucks,First one in this post is my Ford Rooster cruizer with the right sleeper finally.
This KW was also pictured earlier but it now has a stretched frame and a sleeper firmly attached.
This is one iof my favorite trucks.It is a Mack COE it is diecast and I don't have a clue as to who made it but I have two more of them.
The only change sofar aside from repainting it was to put Herpa wheels and tires on it.I'm pretty sure you can tell it, like the trucks above are works in progress.
This one is about 10 years old I think.It has a Majorette cab (French toy company) with a chassis that is half Athearn and half Herpa.The wheels are Herpa also.
This one is a Matchbox Mack C-600 if I remember corectly It has the wheels changed out and the graphics removed it is headed for thr garage for a complete rebuild along with its mate.
This I think is a RoadChamps truck.I do know it is a Ford Aeromax . Except for the paint it is factory stock.
Ok thats enough for this year.
I got these for 79cents each. Not bad....
What scale is that first truck!? And brand?
This is it, keep in mind I got it for 79 cents.
I painted the under side black as I didnt like the chrome look that it had. It matched my other yellow utility trucks perfectly. Its a little high, but it has a lift kit so its right on!
Nscale, fueling on the fly,
from the sawmill,
and to the sawmill
Josh,it's a Matchbox.It should be about 1/64 but I compared it to one of the Wal-Mart 1/87 semi tractors and it scales out pretty close being as it is a large IH ( I forgot the model designation) with a pickup box.
I was going to buy one but it was the only thing I found worth buying and did not feel like standing in line for a less than a dollar purchase.A set of HERPA pr Promotec wheels would really spruce it up.
I dont mind that the matchbox cars are a little out of scale. Yeah, they are bigger but if you watch what you buy you can really save a lot of money this way.
Great looking vehicles everyone. Keep em comin!!:thumb:
Just a suggestion, put your bigger scale vehicels closer to the front of the layout, and the scale vehicels towards the rear, things look bigger the closer they are to you. This will help bring it all together. :thumb:
A old bus company I had modeled.
LOL, A short bus!! I love it
Hey, Trolley nut! you're back! Update us on your layout in your old thread PLEASE! I can't wait to see it!
I guess I'll look around for one of those babies, and rip it apart to see how good I can more it look.
If you do, I wanna see!
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