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it's a good thing they produced these in the late sixties :)
i still have a few ready to be place on the wall and a few hundred on the wall :)
at 49cents each, it was a Bargain :)

a few holding some superfast :)
 

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60sMetal, because of a move and other obstacles all of the larger models are pack away, i have to get them "one piece at a time" johnny cash :)
every time i take a straight on, the picture is blurry or bad lighting, plus boxes everywhere doesn’t help :rolleyes: i'll try

MissouriMike, trying to display models is always fun :)
some of the better displays were the rotating watch display cases.
i have some dealer displays and of course the wooden shelf displays :)
anybody have a unique way of displaying :)
 

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I have a couple of the rotating watch displays; one is perfect for 1/43 scale. Several years ago i found an old metal countertop display unit for spooled thread, and the slots are wide enough for 64 scale cars. It's probably my favorite, just 'cause it's unique. At one time, I used a printer drawer of my wifes for car displays, but she gently (!) reminded me that my little cars weren't going to take over her stuff.

Mike
 
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