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Hi, seeing that some 1/87 Fresh cherris already exist in 1/64 ( The Gremlin and Pacer) could be posible to do the 1/87 models in 1/64? I´m sure it will be a hit, Could be spo great to see the 1981 Escort and 1984 Tempo in 1/64 :rolleyes:

After all, I done my own creation of a 1988 Ford Tempo, and the result was in 1/59.

hoping more comments

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I'm hoping to see all of the new 1/87 models released in 1/64.....Especially the Tempo and Pinto Cruising Wagon, but also the Escort and Bobcat. Of course, at this point I'll just be happy if I'm able to find ANY of the 1/87 versions!
 

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ilikecolllectdi said:
Hi, seeing that some 1/87 Fresh cherris already exist in 1/64 ( The Gremlin and Pacer) could be posible to do the 1/87 models in 1/64? I´m sure it will be a hit, Could be spo great to see the 1981 Escort and 1984 Tempo in 1/64 :rolleyes:

After all, I done my own creation of a 1988 Ford Tempo, and the result was in 1/59.

hoping more comments

best regards
Did you use the old Majorette European Tempo casting as your base to make the 1/59 scale version? Somewhere, I have one of those, it is a four door in yellow, if memory serves me correctly.
 

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jimhowie2000 said:
Did you use the old Majorette European Tempo casting as your base to make the 1/59 scale version? Somewhere, I have one of those, it is a four door in yellow, if memory serves me correctly.

In fact, was mistaken by Majorette to sell the european Ford Sierra as a Ford Tempo in the Majorette line of United States.
I make my own version, a 1988 Ford Tempo, but the true is I based in the Majorette Ford Sierra, and the result is this:






What do you think? I hope soon your good commenst :thumbsup:
 
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