Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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I tried to think of a pun for the article title but couldn’t.

So here’s my first BBW post. An old Motor Max Plymouth Horizon, which was actually my 2nd 1:24th and my 2nd “larger” diecast (1:12-1:30). There’s nothing too special about the car, it’s average MM quality control and detail, but it’s special to me. I have a thing for old 80s economy cars.

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Illustration for article titled Bread Box Week: a very boxy Horizon
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Illustration for article titled Bread Box Week: a very boxy Horizon
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Illustration for article titled Bread Box Week: a very boxy Horizon
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Because Canon literally couldn’t care less about their customers and the transfer app is broken, these were all taken with my new phone camera.

Second order of business: Because I waited too long, Diecast Select is gone and I didn’t order anything, and I now have $48 intended for diecast. However, I don’t know what to get. I have a few ideas (old dealer promos, Autozam AZ-1, Plymouth Voyager, Talbot-Matra Rancho, various Saabs, etc), but I’ll wait on those for now, because I’d like YOUR suggestions! Think of it as a “What car should I get?”, just with diecasts and a $48 budget.

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That’s all for today.

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