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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  12:24:09 PM  Show Profile

Yep.... Here we go again.
I will be posting as soon as DM confirms my order.

Hint: It's a retool of a recent release, yet an all-new model.

Any guesses?

shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  12:41:23 PM  Show Profile
54 Caddy Coupe, 58 Plymouth convertible or station wagon, 49 Olds convertible.

When we build "em", we break records, not parts.
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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  1:11:47 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

54 Caddy Coupe, 58 Plymouth convertible or station wagon, 49 Olds convertible.
All good guesses, but...

Nope, nope, and nope.

This is a NEW year/model.




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shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  1:59:24 PM  Show Profile
last guesses, 66 Plymouth convertible, hopefully not another Vette , 57 Olds, and 67 Cougar from a Mustang.

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jcox31mc

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  3:41:23 PM  Show Profile
1969 Mustang Convertible
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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  7:58:46 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

last guesses, 66 Plymouth convertible, hopefully not another Vette , 57 Olds, and 67 Cougar from a Mustang.
Nope, nope (I agree), nope, nope...

(Don't give up yet Keith. You're narrowing the field down)

quote:
Originally posted by jcox31mc

1969 Mustang Convertible

...and nope.

To reiterate Jim, NEW year/model. This year/model has never been done by DM in any version. But, it is based on a recent (within the last year) DM tooling.
(I think this one you'll like though, Jim.)

C'mon guys, this isn't that complicated.


Edited by - MBWall on 08/08/2009 9:07:23 PM
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Ron Z.

Canada

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  8:16:13 PM  Show Profile
48 Old's
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shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  8:24:04 PM  Show Profile
Since they did the 67 and 69 Camaros it could be a 68 Camaro, but probably not. The 59 Plymouth maybe a 57 Plymouth. But more likely a 57 or 58 Desoto Fuel Injected convertible. If it's a hot rod my guess would be the Tommy Ivo "T". Is it something off the 41 Chevy station wagon? They issued so many new cars this past year I went down stairs and looked real good but not good enough.

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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  8:48:10 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Ron Z.

48 Old's



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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  8:59:32 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

Is it something off the 41 Chevy station wagon?
Naaaaa

quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

They issued so many new cars this past year I went down stairs and looked real good but not good enough.
But, you're thinking!

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Ron Z.

Canada

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  9:12:26 PM  Show Profile
Another T Bird.....
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shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  9:21:13 PM  Show Profile
I can't take it anymore, the humanity of it all. Back down stairs I go again. 1960 Cadillac, 46 thru 48 Ford coupe, 46 thru 48 Chevy. How about a hint please, pre-1950 yes or no.

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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  9:24:18 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Ron Z.

Another T Bird.....

Not yet... But soon, I hope.

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Ron Z.

Canada

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  9:33:39 PM  Show Profile
Must be a Mopar...
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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  9:51:26 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

I can't take it anymore, the humanity of it all. Back down stairs I go again.


quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

How about a hint please, pre-1950 yes or no.
No


That's all the hints for now.

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LouBeau

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  10:42:01 PM  Show Profile
Now how am I suppose to get any sleep tonight??!!
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shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  11:34:37 PM  Show Profile
1967 Firebird, 59 Dodge, 70 or 71 Dodge Challenger, the real TV Batmobile (this was out of desperation).

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Ryan Hurley

USA

Posted - 08/08/2009 :  11:40:27 PM  Show Profile
73 Corvette Sorry Keith
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24thStreet

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  02:01:11 AM  Show Profile
I know I know I know...'50 OLDS 88 Convertible or Holiday Hardtop. Betcha I've narrowed it to two, and the likely choice between them would be (drumroll)...the Convertible!

Edited by - 24thStreet on 08/09/2009 07:10:06 AM
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jms601

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  10:18:19 AM  Show Profile
Not that familiar with the Mustang new versus old tooling because I don't collect much Ford stuff after 1960 but a 67-69 Mercury Cougar would fit.

Otherwise, what was truly new tooling within the past year? 48 Ford Sportsman/47 Ford Tudor? 49 Olds? What else? If one of these, something off the 49 Olds tooling, maybe. Like John says, a 50 Olds something? What about an early 50s Pontiac or Buick? 50 Buick would be really awesome
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Evan

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  11:45:08 AM  Show Profile
It must be coming off of the Plymouth GTX tooling.
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shinerunner88

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  12:16:42 PM  Show Profile
Like what a 67 Dodge Coronet Hemi hardtop in B-5 blue. I would like to see the 67 GTX done up as Jimmy Addison's Silver Bullet, Sox and Martin's Super Stocker, or done as a 440 car in dark green.
Maybe the 70 Dodge Charger made into a 71 Plymouth or 71 Dodge Charger Super Bee. I looked at everything I bought within the last year and a half, and the stuff I didn't that's all post 1950. I'm out of guesses, just made myself a nice wish list in the past few posts.

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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  12:21:17 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by MBWall

C'mon guys, this isn't that complicated.
Maybe this IS a little more complicated than I thought.

If no one comes up with the correct answer by tonight, I'll try to post another clue.

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MBWall

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  12:33:58 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

...just made myself a nice wish list in the past few posts.
Yep.... Some nice wish lists are being created, just in case DM overlooked (doubtful) any re-tool possibilities.

quote:
Originally posted by shinerunner88

I looked at everything I bought within the last year and a half, and the stuff I didn't that's all post 1950.
Just to clear things up (like mud), just because the replica in question is not pre-1950, doesn't mean it's not based on a pre-1950.

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terry

USA

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  1:00:02 PM  Show Profile
53 Oldsmobile Fiesta Convertible? 55 Studebaker Speedster? 51 Ford Coupe?
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Ron Z.

Canada

Posted - 08/09/2009 :  1:03:48 PM  Show Profile
Terry, I sure hope you are wrong.... If it was any of those three, I'm afraid that I'd be forced into buying one.....LOL.....
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