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#1 David G.

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 11:09 AM

Here are a few models that came in my last e-bay haul that I'd like to know more about.


This old Corvette seems to be 1:24 scale or a bit larger. I was wondering if anybody knows what company made it and when, and if there is anything particularly special or desireable about it.

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Obviously, this one is a Cord. The body is made up of seperate panel pieces that I temporarily tacked together with masking tape for the photo. The engine, though incomplete, seems to be correct as it's molded in red plastic like the rest of the kit. There is no chassis. In addition to wanting to know who made this kit and when, I was wondering if somebody might suggest a suitable chassis donor.

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And then there's this... thing. Obviously a model of one of those wacky '60s custom showcars, but it's nothing I can recall seeing.

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Thanks for your time and expertise.

Regards,

David G.

#2 george 53

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 11:22 AM

It LOOKS like ya got a Monogram 1/24th vette, a Pyro/Lindburg Cord, an the old Tom Daniels 'Pie Wagon, by monogram. Hope this helps!:D ;)