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Well, I've been running out of space and have been trying to scale back what I 've been collecting lately, so I've decided to try and mainly stick to black castings.
I think I made the decision because, in my opinion, most castings will always look good in black. I have to admit its not working that well and I still am picking up some other coloured castings if I can't wait for a black version, but it has helped me slow down.
That said my display case is now 0ver 90% black and is looking pretty sharp. Here are some of my favorite General Motors Classics from the 1950's that snuck out of the case for a photo op...
Location: Hangin' with friends at my Cruise Gathering
The black '53 Buick from The Fabulous Motorama series is the best version of that casting, IMO.
All of those look great in black!
But for the '59 Impala vert, I am partial to the powder blue version from Auction Insanity.
..nice pics G-man .. ..I think I would find it hard to collect only one color......I have a few black cars that I aways found incredible because they were done in black.....good choice.. was just listening to some oldies tunes...and Gino Vanelli singing "Black cars look better in the shade.."!!!