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Matchbox F 100 modifications; Swapping parts around.
Topic Started: Nov 7 2017, 12:44 AM (241 Views)
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Love my Matchbox 1/43 F 100's. I have quite a few of them and rather than double up in the display cabinet, I have used parts from some to create "one of a kind" pieces. Some times it is just a coat of paint, but with the Matchbox series being so easy to work with and re assemble, it is a simple matter of swapping parts.
ave also started to make up fleets in the same livery. I did this some time ago with the FORD Genuine parts fleet.

Hope you enjoy.
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This is the FORD genuine parts "fleet".
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Z28HO
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Good looking group of Fords. But I don't remember seeing a Texaco station while I was working in Darwin.
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now we all can sees the pix ;)
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gunn
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love them all.
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Hosspower98
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Looking good George! I haven't seen you in a while. Love your taste in trucks, oh, you knew that.
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Emptywallet
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These are absolutely awesome,nice work George.
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