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gillett1970
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PostSubject: Die cast mustangs   Thu 23 Jul - 23:11

First off I am new to this site, so sorry if this discussion has been done. I collect die cast mustangs and curtain GM cars that start with a C#%$%o. Does anyone remeber a die cast set made by ERTL several years ago that had 3 1969 or 1970 mustangs that where in rough shape(doors different color,rust) so on. I would love to find these if anyone has seen them or owns some ca I get a lot # off of them and the series. Thanks I know it sounds weird.
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Fri 24 Jul - 16:45

You mean like this one ?



Check out Mach1guy's website. He has most 1970 Mach1 models

http://www.angelfire.com/ca/1CANADIANGUY/Collection.html
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Thu 30 Jul - 15:26

Thanks for posting my link 1970twisterspecial but the more up-todate site is at http://www.machwon.com and the collection can be found at http://www.machwon.com/Collection.html

I am guessing the items you are looking for are



and



Probably the best place to find them is going to be Ebay. If I see some I will be sure to send you a link.
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Sun 23 Aug - 7:17

There is a ebay seller that has both diecasts listed. Maybe you can make a package deal.

http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Classic-Racing-Collectibles__W0QQ_sidZ712022?_nkw=mach+ertl&submit=Search
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Wed 26 Aug - 15:29

I just bought both of them.
Couldn't resist, although the price was a bit high.
Luckily the dollar is still low Mr. Green
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Wed 26 Aug - 16:45

Congrats on the purchase.......will look good in your collection. How many more 70 Mach's will you need after that Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Fri 28 Aug - 1:07

The problem is more, how much space do I have for model cars.
I just received a 1:8 Cleveland with Shaker engine from Australia.
I need a larger house

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220462308851&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:AU:1123
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Fri 28 Aug - 9:01

1970twisterspecial wrote:
The problem is more, how much space do I have for model cars.
I just received a 1:8 Cleveland with Shaker engine from Australia.
I need a larger house

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220462308851&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:AU:1123

WOW!!!!
That wasn't cheap Smile What you gonna put it in haha
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Sat 29 Aug - 0:48

1970twisterspecial wrote:
The problem is more, how much space do I have for model cars.
I just received a 1:8 Cleveland with Shaker engine from Australia.
I need a larger house

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=220462308851&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:AU:1123


THAT IS TOO COOL!!!!! I've got one for a 2001 DOHC 4.6 Cobra engine. It's number 327 of 1000 made. I would love to get a 351C model like that. Is there a company in Australia that make them still?
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Sun 30 Aug - 7:34

Bill

http://www.diecastmusclecars.com/motors.htm

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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Sun 30 Aug - 18:12

I went on the Aussy e-bay and lost this below:

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/FORD-351-CLEVELAND-ENGINE-1:8-SCALE-BY-ICON_W0QQitemZ370248050766QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20090821?IMSfp=TL0908211510001r635

However, I went here: http://www.stanbridges.com.au/index.cfm and ordered one for $80 which was lower the the e-bay price but the postage was $65. I also have a 2001 4.6 DOHC Cobra 1:4 scale I bought six years ago similar to the one you posted above.

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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Mon 31 Aug - 17:52

the 1/8 Cleveland/shaker engine is from Icon Models
www.iconmodels.com.au
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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Wed 16 Sep - 21:08

Got my 1/8 scale 351C-4V Motor with Shaker Hood Air Scoop couple of days ago. It's very nice and detailed. Here it is sitting on a 1 to 1 scale 351C-4V with Shaker Hood Air Scoop

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PostSubject: Re: Die cast mustangs   Thu 17 Sep - 11:53

Bill Hamilton wrote:
Got my 1/8 scale 351C-4V Motor with Shaker Hood Air Scoop couple of days ago. It's very nice and detailed. Here it is sitting on a 1 to 1 scale 351C-4V with Shaker Hood Air Scoop

Thats actually pretty kewl.....Wish the motor in my 70 looked that good Sad
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