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  1. Angular dragster

    Hello everybody! Sorry for my english. I want to talk about my toy car. Length: 100 mm. Scale: 1/43. Parts: 132. Material: protocast 85r (or like him). Tire material: grey silicone. Body material: cartridge paper. Number of body color scheme: 7. Motor spring. Moving parts. Water decals.
  2. Hey Guys, I see in the forums list, a section for BIG BOYZ, but nothing for the smaller scales. Now I know there be at least one reply posted (and many more thinking about it) of how hard it is to see small stuff as we are aging (and it is a pain!), but I have an interest to build some stuff in smaller scales, but have a problem that plaques it. No real good engines. The only true decent ones are the Monogram Ultimates, one being the 1/43rd engines of the Chevy 427, and the Ford 289. But for a couple of 1/32nd engines that are marginal, there are no really good engines available. Well, I have spent time looking on Shapeways, and even there, I found nothing for auto engines in small scale but for some aircraft engines. So I have talked to a vendor about interest in making some, so if you too would be interested, please let me know. Thanks,Kevin
  3. If you are a Flat-Top fan and collect 1/43 scale models, these are for you. Details and paint are fantastic.
  4. These Matrix models are really Fantastic. Check out the chrome trim around the trunk lid, and the beautiful interior.
  5. These are 1/43 scale resin. They are all priced at about $100. They are very nice. From left to right. Esval limo, Automodello Twelve, Neo wagon, Spark's Stalin limo