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I'm waiting for your 3-nacelled dreadnought in 1/350th scale. I know you've got an extra nacelle, now. ;)
 

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I agree with the Monogram kits in the '60s - I think I built every one of them at least once!
My old man was a Methodist preacher. We moved at least every 5 years. If they built a new parsonage during our stay we'd move two more times at that same charge. I moved 11 times between 1951 and 1971. Everytime we moved the model collection got scrapped and I had to start over. Lost some pretty good stuff in those first two decades. The last move, I packed my own stuff and still have several of those. When I moved the last time in 1972 I swore the next move would be the cemetery.... I'm still here.
 

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The big Supercar is a die cast (I broke the antenna off :( ).
Is that the big red tomato? Starksy and Hutch's Gran Torino. Racer X behind it? I also say a Mach 5 and another to the left I couldnt make out.
 

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Is that the big red tomato? Starksy and Hutch's Gran Torino. Racer X behind it? I also say a Mach 5 and another to the left I couldnt make out.
Which one can't you make out? The Seaview in the living room has a Mach 5 and a batmobile bracing it.
 

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I can see the Mach 5 and the Batmoble under the stern of the Seaview. The one I cant recognize is in the same cabinet on top of the receiver unit - the one to the left. I cant think of the name for the one on the right either but think it is from Deep Space Nine.
 

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Ah! From left to right, it's Luke Sywalker's Landspeeder, the live-action movie Mach 5, and a Space: 1999 Eagle.
The speeder is a resin one that came with that huge Lucas book on SW, the other two are die casts.
 

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I updated my website tour of my models displays, and the stash. Well, I really didn't take new pics of the stash, 'cause it looks pretty much the same. But the display shelves (and what's on them) have evolved some.

Clicky here:
John, You should take your OVER ABUNDANCE of kits and open a hobby store...either online OR brick 'n mortar.
 
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