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A big shippment just arrived today and within that was...


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So...just for fun I compared a few things...

Enzo to the Carrera GT...


And the Enzo to the Vector...


Also in that shippment was...
(Pete...you looking?)


And...


I'm happy:)
 

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That's looking great. The collection keeps growing I see. You're defenately a man with a mission. Must have been a big shipment indeed. All you need to look for is a 1/18 scale trailer, so you can do this:
 

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That's awesome Rob! Nice cars all! (I love the Jeeps.)
 

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That is sweet. Now Rob I see you post these all the time. Lets see the WHOLE collection on that gravel. Make it look like one huge car show.

Also I wish I had a camera with me when I saw the Enzo and GT next to each other in the flesh :evil:

Great pics and great models!
 

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Enzo250GTO said:
Lets see the WHOLE collection on that gravel. Make it look like one huge car show.
Well...these may only be 1:18th scale, but my driveway is still not big enough for that pic. Last time I lined them all up, I had to lean out my bedriim window on the second floor to get them all in the frame. Since that pic, I have added at least 20 to 30 more cars/trucks/motorcycles. :lol:

I will try to do another group shot soon, but for now...here is the old one without the new additions...
 

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That is a cool collection. You must have one heck of a display case. Those new Jeeps will look good sitting among all those other beauties.
 

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Wow, Robert! Love the group shot. Quite a collection as you have it, there. Impressive is a fitting word. And really, where do you put them all?

A shipment of 6 cars, that must have been fun to unpack! Where'd you order your models from?
 

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To answer a few questions...

First, and unfortunately, the majority of my collection is in a shed in my yard. Indoor space is at a premium right now. But, once we find a new, bigger, home...watch out! There won't be a place in there which will not have a few models displayed.

Second, www.diecastmuscle.com is where I have ordered the most from. Very friendly and prompt and the prices are not bad either. Sure, you may find some things cheaper on other sites, but in the end, they are still better.

Third, I let my 4-year-old son unpack the boxes. He had a blast with all those styrofoam peanuts - 3 boxes worth! (2 cars in each box)
 

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360 Spyder said:
To answer a few questions...

First, and unfortunately, the majority of my collection is in a shed in my yard. Indoor space is at a premium right now. But, once we find a new, bigger, home...watch out! There won't be a place in there which will not have a few models displayed.

Second, www.diecastmuscle.com is where I have ordered the most from. Very friendly and prompt and the prices are not bad either. Sure, you may find some things cheaper on other sites, but in the end, they are still better.

Third, I let my 4-year-old son unpack the boxes. He had a blast with all those styrofoam peanuts - 3 boxes worth! (2 cars in each box)
Wow! That sounds great Rob! Someday my son will help me unpack all the boxes from Harbor Freight Tools!! (right now those are my toys. :green: You think you got some car models, you should see my collection of hammers!!)
 
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