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    Last 2019 weekend in Amsterdam. Grabbed all american cars from a fleamarket.

    Yatming 1015 Mercury
    Yatming 1033 Thunderbirrd
    ?? Thunderbird ( no marks on the base) any ideas?
    ?? Firebird
    ?? Firebird
    ?? ( looks like welly, but no marks on the base) Mustang and welly I got has 848 on the roof
    Yatming 1028 Mustang


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  • #2
    Hi, Gold T-Bird is by Rhino, Black Firebird is Hongwell 'Road Monsters' series & I believe the red Firebird is Welly. (Mustang II is Welly as guessed).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Motorcade View Post
      Gold T-Bird is by Rhino
      Oh! Rhino! I looked through the Rhino Topic here, yes absolutely the same design as Chevrolet Corvette 1962 and Chevrolet Bel Air 1957 have.
      How old is this toy?
      Thank you very much.

      Not sure in Polizei ford, the same as welly diecast but I can't believe Welly did not stamp its logo on the base.

      Now I know how Hongwell looks in a hand

      Thank you again

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      • #4
        beat up but nice to have.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by shcars View Post
          Oh! Rhino! I looked through the Rhino Topic here, yes absolutely the same design as Chevrolet Corvette 1962 and Chevrolet Bel Air 1957 have.
          How old is this toy?
          .Not sure in Polizei ford, the same as welly diecast but I can't believe Welly did not stamp its logo on the base.
          Now I know how Hongwell looks in a hand
          Here is a link to my database for the Thunderbird - http://motorcade.weebly.com/ford-thunderbird.html my guess for age, would be late '80's.
          Lots of earlier Welly cars have No name or numbers (You need to see the original packaging to know who made it). they used to have a very awkward looking logo & as far as I know, they never stamped it on any of their cars. Their current logo is much better.

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          • #6
            Those are some nice additions to your collection. When I get a bit of spare time I will get some pictures of some cars that you might be interested in

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pegers View Post
              beat up but nice to have.
              Yes., Amsterdam's kids showed no mercy on the cars.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pjedsel View Post
                I will get some pictures
                Thank you , John!

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                • #9
                  Just one chip... If I can't repair it? It gets tossed into a box to be passed out to trick or treaters on Halloween night. You can just imagine my 1:1 rides.

                  Do you restore them?
                  "I am a Ford, not a Lincoln."

                  Gerald R. Ford

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by HossPower98 View Post
                    Do you restore them?
                    yes, I try to

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by shcars View Post

                      yes, I try to

                      I am relieved, I was hoping for a reply like this. Excellent work, the more you tackle problems the better you get. Awesome.
                      "I am a Ford, not a Lincoln."

                      Gerald R. Ford

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                      • #12
                        it looks like your shop is set up to all kinds of repairs/custom work.

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                        • #13
                          Yes, I would say I'm lucky, my family didn’t mind giving me a small room for my workshop in the basement of our house.

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                          • #14
                            Received that Corvette, who made it?
                            Looks like a vintage stuff.

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                            • #15
                              after guessing it it meant to be a 1963. i will be of no further help in iding he maker.

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