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View Poll Results: Which of the following models from my 1/43 scale line should be released first?
1955 Chevrolet 17 19.10%
1956 Chevrolet 9 10.11%
1957 Chevrolet 42 47.19%
1959 Ford 21 23.60%
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:57 PM
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Old 02-16-2012, 10:27 PM
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I so like the 56 because I use to have one, but have always loved the 57.
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Old 02-17-2012, 12:15 AM
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My vote is the '57 Chev.

I'm a Ford man but '57's are very desirable down under.
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Old 02-17-2012, 02:37 AM
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Cami,
1957 is a good year for anything ,especially Chevy's.
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1957 is a good year for anything ,especially Chevy's.
I agree, 1957 is a very good year!

I'm glad to see that some of you are pushing the '59 Ford (as a '59 Ford owner myself)! Not sure it wil be enough though, but it is not over.

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I am glad to see some votes are still coming, but I think the picture is very clear... the '57 Chevy is on top of the list of collectors as well as for papermodelers. I am working on the details of the tri-year Chevrolets these days in Photoshop... a long process, but I believe it will worth it!

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yay! pity there was no 78 cordoba on there
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Old 02-25-2012, 11:30 AM
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Cami:

How could you not list the '62 Corvette, last of the true production American sports cars, sniffff?? ;p

Seriously, don't overlook the '57 Porthole T-bird and the '50's to '62 Vette, both are classic true sports cars from Detroit.

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Old 02-25-2012, 02:06 PM
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How could you not list the '62 Corvette, last of the true production American sports cars, sniffff?? ;p

Seriously, don't overlook the '57 Porthole T-bird and the '50's to '62 Vette, both are classic true sports cars from Detroit.

TomW
Do not worry guys, after these are released, I expect to do more 1930-1970 cars. Developping them takes alot of time because I do the entire lineup (I figure all the possibilities) for each years and these 4 subjects were ready for Photoshop. There still is alot to do in Photoshop, but I can expect a '57 sample built for the March 10-11 week-end.

The 1948 Tucker should come right after the Chevys and Ford because a little is left to do before I bring it in Photoshop. The '53 Buicks and Cadillacs are a long way from Photoshop and will be on-the-side projects with the vintage style car.

First generation Corvettes, two-seater birds (and even the 1958-60 models) and 1953-59 Studebakers are the most likely to be next, but I think that a new thread about a wish list may be a good idea!

The '78 Cordoba is not on my list because it is a little too recent for me, but I agree with you Chris that it is one of the good looking cars made in the seventies. It had class! Put it on your wish list!

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