Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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Flea market hawl

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Went by an absolutely gigantic flea market in the area recently. Ended up picking up these, would’ve gotten more but prices were..... exorbitant, to say the least.

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There was a stall that was selling mainline HW from a few years ago for $10 or more a pop, a guy that was selling some older MBX for $15 a car, etc. I ended up having to leave behind an MBX Studebaker Lark Wagonaire that I really liked because I didn’t feel like paying $15 for it.

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By far the best car I got, a Husky Citroen Safari. Missing the detachable boat that goes on the roof but I’m fine with that.

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Picked up my first Tomica, this Mustang II Ghia. The grille is a bit odd for some reason.

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This Midgetoy Jeep has enough rust on the axles to make a Chevy Vega blush. It might be a restoration project at some point.

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These Lonestar Impys were in mediocre condition, but they were still pretty cool so I grabbed them. The one on the left is an Imperial and the one on the right is a Fiat 2300S.

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This MBX Land Rover Safari was the most expensive car I bought, at $10. It’s in really good condition though.

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Finally, this HW Cadillac Seville was only $2 and in practically mint condition. A bit of paint missing around the edges, but other than that it’s a-ok.

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That’s all for today.

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