Yes, the orange car is a Datsun Silvia 2000ZSE-X.ParkRNDL said:hey those are cool! I have a few of them...
I didn't know Yatming made a Cadillac! Is that orange car in front of it a Datsun 200SX?
Also, in the pic with the Aspen/Volare, isn't the blue car actually a Duster or a Dart?
I love that VW Scirocco, still trying to find that one in light blue.ParkRNDL said:And here are the narrow-wheel Yatmings I've found:
The Blazer and Corvette are from my childhood, the rest are recent yard-sale and thrift-store finds. The red Trans Am is interesting... there's a tampo on the trunk lid that says "Billy Joe McKay, Owner-Operator, Milwaukee, Wisconsin." I had no idea what that was a reference to, so I Googled it... apparently, this was a licensed diecast from the TV show "BJ and the Bear." Jeez, remember that from like the late 70's or early '80s? Too bad this car is missing the passenger door...
To me it looks most like the Corvette Astro II, which was made to compete against the GT40.slythorne said:I really like that woody wagon!!
I think that green "chevrolet" a Corvette Concept of some sort.. part of the Aerovette series of prototypes. I checked a site I like to look at for concepts, but it didn't show that exact one, but a couple came really close.
I have two cars with the 'hot,' 'cold' tampos; one is the 66 Galaxie, like you have; the other one in the picture above is a nissan gloria. When I first saw it, I thought it was the Galaxie, but when I took a closer look I found that it wasn't an american car.Galaxieman said:I have the 66 Galaxie with the Hot/Cold tampos. It is my favorite of the 5 different ones I have. What is the car you have with the Hot/Cold on the hood and roof?