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    Here's a few models that really impressed and inspired me enough to get out on the hunt right away "ASAP". I couldn't wait to find them and add them to my collection. It's kinda strange though how when you do find these cars and add them to your collection, put them on a shelf, or hang them on a wall that you soon forget the excitement they gave ya hunting them down. They are still fantastic looking cars in my book...







  • #2
    a 6 pack well worth the time it took to hunt them down.

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    • #3
      I don't have the black Polara the only piece that I don't have of this car. Now eBay wants 30 to 75 dollars a car for the old ones. Lucky you, Brother.
      Due to the recent budget cuts,
      the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
      current state of the economy, the light at the end
      of the tunnel has been turned off.

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      • #4
        I really like the red Plymouth Barracuda.

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        • #5
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          Due to the recent budget cuts,
          the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
          current state of the economy, the light at the end
          of the tunnel has been turned off.

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          • #6
            I swear Daniel, your photography is the absolute best. I've seen pictures of models in magazines that don't look as good as yours. If you would black wash those wheels I would have bet my bottom dollar that was a real car you shot there.
            Back in the day there used to be a magazine that the editor was a fan of the website I had. Her name was Barb, but can't remember her last name. She contacted me about using some of my pictures in the Diecast Digest magazine. She went on to hook me up with another magazine called Scale Models, or something like that, that also started using some of my pics.




            Somehow, some way a motorcycle magazine contacted me and even paid me to use a couple of the comic pics I made in their magazine.





            My point being, your pictures are a thousand times better than mine and if my pics could make it in a few magazines, yours could make the features. You should check into that my friend.

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            • #7
              Steve, funny you mentioned that magazine I had a Ricky Craven Ford Tide picture in there. As far as pictures I enjoy everyone's here and I don't want recognition like that I'm just another guy who enjoys the Hobby. If I do a good job it's because God gives me that ability since I'm not really that great at anything except washing and waxing cars lol and running but now I'm too old to do that.

              By the way, your diorama pictures are the best I have seen you are very creative and skilled. Oh and I forgot a very important thing, when I first started this hobby I looked at your diorama fun pictures in total awe.
              Due to the recent budget cuts,
              the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
              current state of the economy, the light at the end
              of the tunnel has been turned off.

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              • #8
                Now I had more time to think I remember emailing you on Swifty's about your dioramas I was so stroked by your creations I wanted to make my own. I also bought one of your kits off of eBay so there that is the truth and I don't lie I'm a very honest person that's the way God made me. God Bless You and thanks for getting me started in this hobby I have gained so much peace from it that you would never be able to measure the quality of life I gained from that peace.
                Due to the recent budget cuts,
                the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
                current state of the economy, the light at the end
                of the tunnel has been turned off.

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                • #9
                  Also, congratulations for having your pictures in that Diecast Magazine I can't tell you how many years I used to read that.
                  Due to the recent budget cuts,
                  the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
                  current state of the economy, the light at the end
                  of the tunnel has been turned off.

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