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Posted - 07/04/2018 :  21:59:18  Show Profile
I suppose these are probably unusual models for you. 1/43 scale models never held much of my interest, but I'm hooked on AutoCult models for the past few years. How many among these vehicles do you know?

1911 Ford Model T "The Golden Ford"
1928 Stutz BB 145 Schumacher Special
1934 McQuay-Norris Streamliner
1935 Diamond T Doodlebug
1936 GM Streamliner
1937 Hunt House Car
1938 REO truck/ Curtiss aerocar Vagabond
1938 Johnson Wax House Car
1948 PLAYBOY A48
1949 Gordon Diamond Sedan
1952 Glasspar G2
1953 Manta Ray
1956 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket
1956 Willys Jeep FC-150 Pick-Up
1961 Covington Tiburon shark
1967 Ford Mach2 Concept

Meaning of "My boom" (Japlish): Something that a person is currently obsessed with or fascinated by.
In Japan, Japanese people use many Japan-specific English words, i.e. English words created in Japan. And those words are called Japlish".
As an example, Japanese say, "1/43 models are my boom". : Ifm really into 1/43 models recently.... Ifm addicted to 1/43 modesl!..... Ifm nuts about 1/43 models.

Thank you!!

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