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1:18 and 1:24 scale Die Cast Metal Cars

I have 22 1:18th scale die cast metal cars for sale and 3 1:24 scale die cast metal cars 2 glass shelved display cases (See descriptions and pricing below).

First let me say that NONE of these cars are new and I don't have any of the boxes. The cars are well loved and were always displayed and never played with. Prices are listed but will accept reasonable best offer. Shipping not included.

I created a photo album with detailed photos of all of the cars for sale. I don't have the best of cameras but I did all the photography myself and had a lot of fun with it. I hope you enjoy..even if you don't buy. There are over 150 pictures and Here is the link to the pictures:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1041931...stCarsForSale#

I checked ebay for the NEW IN BOX selling price and priced mine accordingly. I think I am being more than fair with my pricing. Shipping is not included but I will be fair and reasonable. I don't want to gouge anyone...I just need these gone (and need the money).

2000 Chevy SSR - blue - opening doors and hood - $5.00
1971 Alpine Renault 1600s. - blue - opening doors, hood, trunk - $5.00
1957 Ford Ranchero Sedan Delivery (courier) - green and black - opening hood and doors - $5.00
1958 Cadillac El Dorado Barritz convertible - Bronze - opening hood, trunk, doors, This sucker is huge and will not fit in the case (I put it on top of the case). $5.00
1969 Ford Torino Talledega - Dark Blue with black hood - Opening doors, trunk, and hood, This is one of my favorites - $7.00
1957 Chevrolet Corvette convertible Fuel Injected - White with red side cowel - Opening hood, trunk (with removeable spare tire), doors. $5.00
1999 Ford Mustang GT convertible - black - opening doors, hood (with hood prop) , and trunk $5.00
1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (302) - Red with white stripes - Opening hood and doors - $5.00
1969 Chevorlet Corvette Stingray - Red - Opening doors and hood, removable T-tops- $5.00
2000 Ford Mustang SVT cobra - Red - Opening doors, hood (with hood prop) and trunk - $5.00
Mini Cooper - Red with white top - Opening doors, hood (bonnet), Trunk (boot)- another one of my favorites, $5.00
1948 Porsche 356 Roadster - Silver - Opening doors, hood, trunk, and removable engine cover - $5.00
1949 Custom Mercury Woody - Green Metallic Flake - From Hotwheels but could not find anywhere online anymore (no longer made) - Opening doors - includes surfboard that fits in the back and is removable. $10.00
1995 Ford GT90 Concept - White - opening hood, doors, rear spoiler raises and lowers. $5.00
1967 Shelby GT500 - Pepper Grey Metallic with black stripes - 7.00
2000 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Black- Opening doors and lift gate - $5.00
1981 Checker A11 - Los Angeles Yellow Taxi Cab- Opening hood, doors (all four), Trunk, working Jump seats - Rare item $15.00
1981 Pontiac Trans Am - K.I.T.T. from the Night Rider television show. Has operating scanner light, ejection seat, grappling hook, and removable T-tops. Opening Doors, Hood and hatchback. 15.00
1989 Ferrari Mythos Pininfarina - red- The real car has a pretty cool story (only 3 made) Here is a wikipedia link to the car: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari_Mythos - Very unique - Opening doors - $10.00
1993 Mustang Mach III concept - dark green - Opening doors, hood, trunk, and spoiler that raises and lowers, $8.00
Ferrari 550 Maranello - silver - opening hood, trunk, and doors - $5.00


The 1:24th scale cars are as follows

1. 1967 Shelby GT500KR Dub Edition- Black with Red stripes, body kit, tubbed with big wheels, NOS, and subwoofers in the back. - Opening doors and hood - $7.00
2. 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge - Orange with Tan interior - Opening doors and hood - $5.00
3. 1998 Lincoln Navigator - Dark blue- Opening hood, doors, and lift gate, $5.00

The Cases are from IKEA but are no longer available they are the KRYSS model cases (made for CD storage) and sold for $99.00 new. There are two identical cases and the pictures include them empty and with how I had my cars set up in the case. I am asking $50.00 O.B.O each for these cases.

The cars and the cases will make a great addition to any Man Cave or Scale model collection. Or with the holidays coming up, They would also make a great gift for someone to start a collection. I will sell the cases and the cars separately. If you buy the whole lot I'll give a 10% discount.

If you have any more questions or want to see pictures of any more of the cars please let me know in PM so as to not clog up the post with too many questions.

Paypal.

Here is just a brief sampling of some of the cars (Waaay too many pictures to post on the forum)






and so I can comply with the rules...here's a cellphone pic (not as pretty as the others IMHO) with my tag/callsign


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Re: 1:18 and 1:24 scale Die Cast Metal Cars

unfortunately I will have to request you post all the pictures up into the thread of each car or at least maybe a picture with all the cars together in one photo with the proper signage. Then having the link is good that way people can see them in more detail. Can you do something like that?


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Re: 1:18 and 1:24 scale Die Cast Metal Cars

what if I post a picture of all of the cars in the cases, hanging on my wall...will that work...they will all be together

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Sounds like that would work as long as you can tell what the cars are in the cases. It just makes it easier for the potential buyer as well because then they can see what they want in one photo instead of sifting thru a few photos but it will allow them to go to your album and have a closer look as soon as they see a car they like. I know it would make it easier for me if I were to be a potential buyer ya know?


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okay...but I'm not sure I'll be able to do it tonight.

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Who made the Judge? Pictures of?


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Re: 1:18 and 1:24 scale Die Cast Metal Cars

The GTO Judge is a motorman model - I'll get pics up shortly. I wasn't originally going to sell any of my 1:24th scale ones so the album doesn't have any pics except for the lincoln navigator. I also have a 2006 Ford Fusion SEL in a 1:24th scale that is not for sale...I modified it to look like my 2007 S and painted the inferior tan. I can put pics up of that just for fun. I'm at work right now so when I get off in about a half an hour...I'll snap some photos and upload them.

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Pending pics...interested in ferraris and porsche
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Okay...keep 3 things in mind.

1. I'm getting used to a Nused camera
2. I'm a mediocre photographer at best and these are raw unedited pictures
3. I put this together in like 10 mins...just to give you an idea. The album is much better.

Lets start with the 1:24th scale

1. GTO Judge

2. Mustang Shelby GT500KR

3. Lincoln Navigator


And the rest in no particular order:




and one to show that the light works









This one is an edit to the listing - This wasn't on the original list but is now for sale


Back to the rest







the PT loser was given to me as a gift...don't ask.


The Cases:




Yes that is a ford fusion in the corner of the case on the left...no I'm not selling it. I customized it to look like my car (well as much as I could).

Sorry if some pics are blurry. The album link has pics of the cars with the doors open etc.

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Forgot the last three. UGH




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