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Diecast Deluxe 1/18 Models

A few of my favorites

Matco Tools 1/18 1968 Dodge Charger with GMP Magnum 500 wheels added.

Highway 61 1965 Plymouth Belvedere II A990 car modified by myself to represent a dealership Super Stock on a promise to the late Bob Hill.

I fooled quite a few people with these Sepia Toned Photos. Many thought it was a real car!

Here is the Plum Crazy 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger recently released by Highway 61 in 1/18 Scale. If there is a positive response to these photos I will add more.

1956 Chevy 4 door by Precision Miniatures. All 4 doors, hood, and trunk open, and the skirts are removable. Fantastic in 1/18 scale!

The Girlz brought it in for a tuneup.

1957 Chevy 150 by Highway 61. Car has all opening doors, trunk, hood, emergency brake cables, and all plumbing. Sits on a set of Radir Wheels.

1966 Chevelle SS in Marina Blue by Ertl Authentics. This car is a museum piece!

Most realistic diecast interior sold.

Ertl 1966 Chevy Biscayne. My answer to Project Blue Hair. Hoosier Daddy?

Ertl 1970 Camaro Z28 painted and decaled by myself in Mulsanne Blue. Yes, those are photo etched emblems!

1970 Chevy El Camino in Glacier Blue by Welly in 1/18 Scale.

1964 Ford Fairlane THUNDERBOLT 427 in 1/18 by Ertl Authentics. This car has an opening gas filler door and opening ash tray! The hood pins actually work and the hood pin lanyards have been added by myself. (I sell these and other items at diecastdeluxe.com.

Replica of Rich Cummings 1965 Malibu SS featured in Chevy Power and other magazines. This car was made by Lane Collectibles and has so many details it would take a paragraph to list. Would you belive brake lines?

1969 Camaro SS by Highway 61.

Ertl 1/18 Starsky & Hutch Torino. I've added my Alumachrome Foil and a Diecast Deluxe antenna to it.

I used Detailer black to highlight the grill and wheels.

This is an Ertl 1/18 scale 1968 Olds 442 that I have added Alumachrome Foil to and a Diecast Deluxe antenna. The grills were also darkened.

The Alumachrome was a little harder to install on this cars because of the chrome around the drip rail that continues to swoop all the way to the front of the car. The difference is like night and day.

Welly 1/18 GTO with Alumachrome trim added. I also added a Diecastdeluxe dot com antenna kit. The wheels & tires are GMP.

Ertl 1/18 1940 Ford Coupe Hot Rod. A few modifications have been done.

ERTL 1/18 1932 Ford coupe. I changed the wheels & detailed it.

I changed the engine and added white walls to this Deuce.

ERTL 1/18 1969 Nova SS. I added a vinyl top to this one.

Couple more shots of my 1970 1/18 scale Camaro I repainted.


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Anonymous on Jan 6, 2009 said:

Very Nice !

Bob

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Anonymous on May 1, 2009 said:

nice cars

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Bobz55Nomad on Jul 15, 2009 said:

Incredible auto art ... these are beyond mere models (except for the babes in the photo with the 56 Chevy, lol) ... Bob, you are a passionate craftsman !

Robb F

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Anonymous on Jul 29, 2009 said:

I LIKE YOUR COLLECTION THANKS FOR SHARING

67R/T4SPEEDER

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Anonymous on Aug 15, 2009 said:

Actually, my name is Randy.

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Anonymous on Sep 25, 2009 said:

Nice collection Randy! You did an awesome job on the 70 Camaro. -RonO

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Anonymous on Dec 30, 2009 said:

I like your collection. Can you please make more of the hood pins I have been looking all over for these. And thanks for sharing your collection

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Anonymous on Jan 13, 2010 said:

I just had them on e-bay, and nobody bought them. Contact me at diecast deluxe.

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Anonymous on Feb 1, 2010 said:

Very nice cars. I have a Crimson Red 69 GTX 2 dr. HT that I am customizing. In 74 I had a real one just like it except it had a vinyl top. I will be ordering a top kit from you soon. I also need a radio antenna. Please contact me and let me know if you have an antenna. Thanks Ric ricw91756@live.com

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DiecastDeluxe on Feb 1, 2010 said:

Thanks for the compliments, my products are available at http://www.diecastdeluxe.com

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Anonymous on Feb 6, 2010 said:

like always all the little extras you do to them randy make them look so great. clay

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Anonymous on Oct 19, 2010 said:

Hi,
You have a nice collection.
I have a 56 Bel Air ( www.cardomain.com/ride/3849285 )as same as your model. If you ever think of selling it, please let me know. Thanks. mkayiran@gmail.com

Melih

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Anonymous on Oct 24, 2010 said:

Hey, I noticed the Camaro you did and saw it said you used Photoetched badges etc. Where did you get those? did you make them? how do you make them if you did. I have an Edsel i've modified to look like an actual car and now need to replace all the scripts on the side where i painted.

My name's Chris,

Email address is mtnman867@yahoo.com

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DiecastDeluxe on Oct 24, 2010 said:

Those emblems were made about 7 years ago by a guy that does parts for Ferraris. You can't get them anymore.

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Anonymous on Jun 12, 2011 said:

Great photos....please add more!! sjacobs40@yahoo.com

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DiecastDeluxe on Jan 24, 2012 said:

If you need to contact me, do not contact the owners of this website. I can be contacted at: rdrnr74@yahoo.com

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Anonymous on Mar 5, 2012 said:

Nice collection. I'm glad I found your site. I have a pretty extensive collection, and see that I can purchase some things from you, to improve on what I have. I'm planning on posting some pics soon. I may have some cars that are of interest to you.

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Anonymous on Apr 13, 2013 said:

hi i have a 69 dodge daytona with a white wing. do you have the wing for sale, as mine got broke. it is a 1/18 scale. tom

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Anonymous on Jan 22, 2015 said:

Still need that wing?

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DiecastDeluxe on Apr 16, 2013 said:

Sorry, I'm just a collector.

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azmusclecar on Dec 23, 2014 said:

WOW...........I love building models....but my age is trying to take the joy away, weakened eyesight, clumsey fingers and hands, shakey nerves.....but my passion still burns for this hobby. I built a large scale Corvette C2 model and still have one or two to build.

GREAT WORK..........detail IS SUPER!!!!

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