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Can't beat em'!!!
Topic Started: Mar 11 2018, 08:30 AM (500 Views)
Stangfreak
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I just "LOVE" these 50s models!!!

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daniel60
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They are beautiful, man. M2 Machines when they first came out they were pristine.
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pjedsel
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With those nice '50s cars you got my attention! :woot:
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daniel60
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I wanted to join the fun and post some Fifties and one forty-nine Mercury.

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daniel60
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And some more.

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carhauler
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You can' t beat the old M2 cars. Here's two with red rims.
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daniel60
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Black Dodge looks great with red rims.
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Stangfreak
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And some more.

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Beauties Daniel... I love em'!!!
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Stangfreak
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I always liked the puerest stock looking I could find of these.

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Not pure stock, but still fit in the 50s era style...

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Even these old work trucks had style and class...

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Stangfreak
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Ya know, I really and sincerely hate to post any negative complaints about the M2 cars, especially these 50s rides. They were so nice when they first hit the pegs and I was thrilled and excited to find many of these. I honestly have no idea what or why they became so poor in quality. I just got really angry paying 6-7 dollars and finding broken pieces or doors and hoods not closing right, stripped out screws, stripped wheels that fell off as soon as you unscrewed them from the plastic bases. Having to fix them straight from the packs and keeping a tube of super glue on hand. I really, really liked these M2s and still do admire them. THey do a nice job on the scale, detail, and design.
I just don't feel like taking the chances anymore, it became a big disappointment to me. I sincerely hope they get a grip on the quality control people and these cars become what they once were!!!
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daniel60
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Steve so many good ones here. They were some classy rides with painted rims for some. Quality isn't the same now but every once in a while you find a really nice one. Man, that black caddy is so sweet. So many others too. Too many to list.
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6A13TT
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Does high production numbers affect quality?
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carhauler
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Here's three early Dodges and a 58 Plymouth I created. The 55 Dodge has the Le Femme interior.
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toyotageek
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Love the oldies Daniel!

Looks like a popular scenic spot down Memory Lane. :driver:

But I noticed that after the 3rd picture, it seems some dang tourist stole the map.... :duh: :hi: :farmer: :detective: :hippie:
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daniel60
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Some more:

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daniel60
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I have some more:

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diomakr
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Some fabulous 50's there- I've never been big on these classics, but I do have a decent collection. other than some crooked doors and hoods, I've never had a problem of my M2's. I definitely see a bunch here that I missed and would add to my M2 models...
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