50 fords there\'s gotta be loads
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50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #1

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we\'ll start with two cosworths minichamps rs500 sierra cosworth and slightly modified ford escort by ut models, took the chassis of the martini version ans put on here looks awesome, unfortunatly my mother gave the martini one away as i left a few models at my mums when moving out and she did not like the clutter as she called it.
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Bummer, I would have asked my Mom why she did not let me know first as I would have taken the away for sure. Bummer and I would be P---ed at my Mom for doing that.

Last Edit: 10 years, 4 months ago by Nobleco.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #2

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2 corgi\'s and two matchbox lesney\'s.
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Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #3

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3 dinky\'s escort,cortina code 3\'s and anglia which i am looking for a restoration on it.
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Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #4

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Here are 5 Fords....the first one is a Dinky Ford Fordor sedan in 2-tone; the second is the same model as the Army Staff Car; the third is the Dinky Ford Zephyr in 2-tone blue; the fourth is the Dublo Dinky Ford Prefect; and the last is the Corgi Ford Thunderbird convertible.



Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #5

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Athearn Ford C-8000 Telesquirt in HO scale.
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Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #6

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dinkyfan wrote:
Here are 5 Fords....the first one is a Dinky Ford Fordor sedan in 2-tone; the second is the same model as the Army Staff Car; the third is the Dinky Ford Zephyr in 2-tone blue; the fourth is the Dublo Dinky Ford Prefect; and the last is the Corgi Ford Thunderbird convertible.


The low line ford fordor shown here is rare in this condition . There were more highline and  plane versions done. Love the ARMY version and have one, restored, and the T-Bird also. Love it.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #7

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dinkyjay wrote:
3 dinky\'s escort,cortina code 3\'s and anglia which i am looking for a restoration on it.

You want the Anglia redone???...PM me for a quote. I have a two tone to do for this model for my own collection. Ask any members here who have received my work for reverences, including LaToya, Josick and Baskingshark, they know my work. I have done a couple for RVREVO too that have been posted on the site. Look for the posts on the left side done by Nobleco. Those are mine.
Cheers, Jim
Last Edit: 9 years ago by Joschik.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #8

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Jim--when those two tone models first came out, around 1958 or so, at first I did not care for them, and always sought out the older, solid colors.  Didn\'t find out until years later that the various 2-tone versions were more rare.  That Staff Car is totally mint, and I got it about 10 years ago, but no box with it.  I also have the Studebaker sedan in a very nice low line version, also very mint.
Terry


Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #9

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Nice, a mint Staff car, how cool. I had one as i kid and traded it off for a 20 ton Coles crane, if I remember right. I know my dad was p----d about it and so was Mark\'s dad. Mark was my buddy back then. I thought I got a pretty good deal but my dad said I lost out as the Ford was worth more. Should have listened but....I did do a resto and a eBay sale and got good cash for both of them. I still have a resto ford US army issue. Anyone got a crane they want to sell.

Last Edit: 10 years, 4 months ago by Nobleco.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #10

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Here is some of mine of the shelves.



Tin Toys 1935 sedan van and 1940 Ford V8 Coupe S



Matchbox Thunderbird 1957 and 1958. 1959 Country Sedan wagon and 1956 Customline country Wagon as the downward slop of the chrome strip is on the rear door.



Matchbox Ford Zodiac convertible 1956 , Anglia 1959/60, Prefect 1954 and Ford Zodiac Sedan 1956. Zodiac were called Zepher in Australia.



Matchbox Ford Galaxie (stacked headlights above each other) 1965, Galaxie 1962 or there abouts going by the fin on the rear fender body line. Well played with these firer and police wreaks. 



HoWheels, One must have a (Duce Coupe) 1934 Deluxe V8 3 window coupe, 1940 Tudor Deluxe Sloper, 1956 Fairlane slightly customised. and a 65 Mustang.  



If anything looks ugly then this must take the cake. 1965 Mustang GT-350 I think by Matchbox SK 60



Matchbox Thunderbird again and hasn\'t that had a rough life trust me on that one and two Ford Corsair


 Corgi Mustang 1957 two seater.



Last Edit: 10 years, 3 months ago by GunnerJim.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #11

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MK1 Ford Granada - The Sweeney 1970\'s TV show. -  Richmond Toys.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #12

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Corgi Whizzwheels (restored) Cortina Mk3 Police

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #13

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a little restore/repro project I\'d like to finish.

Ford GT40 from Dinky Toys - repainted by me. Just got to make some orange decals sometime.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #14

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Ford had some awesome models. My brother drives an Australian Ford Falcon Futura. Funny how men tend to buy big V8 cars straight after a divorce...

But anyhoo, got this Maisto Ford Custom a while back.
And in scale 1/18 its still my favorite of all my (105x) big scale models.

Re:50 fords there\'s gotta be loads 10 years, 4 months ago #15

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This is a 1958 Ford Anglia 100E by Corgi.  Growing up we had a \'56 in this same color, sans the racing decals.  Ours was a fun car to drive, but hardly race car material. 
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