Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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Flea Market Hawl

16 cars for $10! 13 are keepers, here they are:

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A Ford Thunderbolt and a 59 Impala. I need to find the '65 that's out now. I had one in my hands but didn't know if I had one or not.

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El_Uly, check it out! A burnt copper C6 convertible!

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A 67 Shelby and a Plum Crazy Challenger. I had a plum crazy one before, but my mother inlaw wanted it to send to her brother. I'm happy I found a replacement.

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Finally found a decent Zl1 that doesn't have wacky graphics on it.

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A Lexus SC400 and an STI hatchback for my JDM collection

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The second Thunderbolt I brought home today, this one is Chryslers concept car from the nineties

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I also got a VehiCross for my Truck Yeah collection, and I finally decided to get a clk. I like these little cars, I don't know why I kept passing them up

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For my Ferrari collection, I scored a 333sp which I might dip in the old acetone bath...

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Lastly, I found a Cunningham, which I didn't know they made. I might have to start a "gentleman racer" collection.

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I really like the Shelby I found, I think it's supposed to be based on Eleanor. It's got a different front end and body kit. Maybe an Eleanor custom is in my future...

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