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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-16-2007, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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1956 Plymouth Fury

Just a few pics of a 1956 Plymouth Fury made by Brooklin.





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Great car,that's the first year for the Fury name. In it's day those where really fast.
I have a 1:1 '56 Plymouth Savoy 4-dr. with only 56,000 mi on it. It has a 277 V-8

It's kinda strange Brooklin put all this nice extra detail into this model but then left out the chrome trim tampoing.
But I'd still buy it.
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Great car,that's the first year for the Fury name. In it's day those where really fast.
I have a 1:1 '56 Plymouth Savoy 4-dr. with only 56,000 mi on it. It has a 277 V-8

It's kinda strange Brooklin put all this nice extra detail into this model but then left out the chrome trim tampoing.
But I'd still buy it.
Lummox, if you have a chance, take a pic of your 1:1 Plymouth Savoy 4 door and post it here. Your Savoy sounds nice! Some guys use bare metal foil to detail the chrome on Brooklin models.
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Very nice pics STUTZ! I like the delicate and intricate detail on it. I like their reflection windows in the front and their wheels!
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nice machine stutz im sure lummox know s those old driveshafts were easy to twist the u joints right out of them doing a burnout , you always made sure you had a hoop welded under the driveshaft to catch it l.o.l. mine had a 3 92 hemi not a factory car a little add on .

pearl was telling me you had a nice collection of 1 /43 scale cars so i thought id see whats up i got rid of mine to many scales of cars we collected not enough space l.o.l. but the durham classics and brooklyns were nice cars

and lummox i seen your machine love the hood scoop on it


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nice machine stutz.

pearl was telling me you had a nice collection of 1 /43 scale cars so i thought id see whats up i got rid of mine to many scales of cars we collected not enough space l.o.l. but the durham classics and brooklyns were nice cars
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Thanks Jim, and welcome to the 1/43 scale forum!

The majority of my 1/43 scale cars are Brooklin, but I love Durham models too. I have about 6 Durham models. The 1941 Ford is my favorite, followed by the Wurlitzer 1953 Ford pickup trucks and the standard version pickup. There are threads already here that I posted pics of these models.

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That's a fine model of a hot car; Mr. Exner totally rocked.
The gold-toned hood ornament on this Brooklin really sets it off. Thanks for posting the pics.
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Sorry STUTZ, I can't seem to locate my pics of the Plym.
I'll try to take new ones this week.
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Sorry STUTZ, I can't seem to locate my pics of the Plym.
I'll try to take new ones this week.
Take your time lummox.

Did I read a post somewhere that you have a hood scoop on the '56 Plymouth?
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Take your time lummox.

Did I read a post somewhere that you have a hood scoop on the '56 Plymouth?

hey stutz if your talking about the post i made, about a hood scoop i was talking about the 68 plymouth . i seen a picture of that car
because the topic was about a 56 plymouth i should have said 68 plymouth
i did see a 56 parked in the same picture no scoop on that one
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hey stutz if your talking about the post i made, about a hood scoop i was talking about the 68 plymouth . i seen a picture of that car
because the topic was about a 56 plymouth i should have said 68 plymouth
i did see a 56 parked in the same picture no scoop on that one
Thanks bear.

Never mind lummox, it was a mix up.
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You guys wouldn't happen to be talking about my 1:1 pics on JL-Talk,mould you?
I have a'68 Fury with home-made aluminium hood sections that incorperate hood scoops.(?)
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You guys wouldn't happen to be talking about my 1:1 pics on JL-Talk,mould you?
I have a'68 Fury with home-made aluminium hood sections that incorperate hood scoops.(?)
I didn't see that thread. Gonna have to check it out.
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You guys wouldn't happen to be talking about my 1:1 pics on JL-Talk,mould you?
I have a'68 Fury with home-made aluminium hood sections that incorperate hood scoops.(?)

just to add to the confusion yup ,thats what i was talking about the post on j.l.talk


im headin back to the cave now before i cause more confusion
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What do you use for pictures? I mean what do you set the car on? Cause its great

NICE pic by the way!
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