Okay, don’t tell me you don’t know what it is. And don’t tell me you don’t want one.
From the dish mags to the spokes to the as-cast head covers and blower, this car has the historic look down pat. 125 more words
A number of my North American subscribers and one chap from Europe have asked me to post some photographs of Australian police vehicles. Apparently there is a sub-division of car enthusiasts and model collectors who make a speciality of these sorts of things – rather like the ones who collect fire engines. 444 more words
I love doll houses. I love dioramas. I love model train layouts…and toy airports. I love miniature villages. And I love scale model garages.
We had them as a kid – Sears, Eatons, Hudson’s Bay, Montgomery Ward – they all sold tinplate model garages that had brightly coloured lithography on the walls and a variety of ramps, lifts and spirals to park your Dinky Toy or Matchbox models on top. 659 more words
I have never met the owner of this utility. I am too shy to talk to most of the exhibitors at car shows, and I think it would probably be an intrusion on their time – I merely content myself with taking well-exposed images of their cars and then snipping off a piece of the upholstery or unbolting a fender to take as a souvenir. 392 more words