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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by rbantique, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. A Boner, looks like you have a Revell H-59 Authentic Kit hot rod. The bottom box in the photo.

    It was later marketed as the Back-Firing Hot Rod, that used a roll of caps, like the 2 red cars.

    Cool score by the way.

    Mick
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  2. A Boner
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    Mick, you're right. It's missing all the metal parts underneath though, but looks good on the shelf!
     
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  4. A couple more on my grandsons little service station too. 132.jpg
     
  5. pecker head
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  6. I can't remember what I posted in the past. But this is a newer one. I redid this Mickey Mouse Hot Rod for my grandson for Christmas.:). Took these pictures yesterday.
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  8. philo426
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    I dont remember that twin engine hot rod.Nylint or Buddy L?
     
  9. Like your Kidillac. I wish I had taken a before picture of mind. But it looked very much like yours. I restored it for my Daughter. It was the deluxe model and has chain drive, a working horn, and head and tail lights too. 427.jpg
     
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  10. philo426
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    Who made the boat?Murray?
     
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  11. Here's my grandson Zack riding my battery powered Marx "Electric Sportster". Its from around 1958. (The car, not Zack, He's a 2012 model.)

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  12. Yes, it's a Murray. There were three versions. The deluxe model had a battery powered outboard motor, lights, flag, and was called the Jolly Rodger. I have two decent originals, but not a Jolly Rodger.
     
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  14. pecker head
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    It’s a Nylint.
     
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    Cool! He signed it!
     
  18. pecker head
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    6AB51CE2-A3DD-4383-BD4E-7E94D9C64279.jpeg Still have to paint wheels, my grandson Von Keegan getting this Easter Sunday.
     
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  19. rustydusty
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    A slot car I've had since the Midway 60's. Dynamic "Made Hornet" balanced ball bearing motor, magnesium chassis with spring suspension and a drop front pick-up. I added the body recently, as the original vacuum formed body has seen better days. At the time was o 0304171703.jpg 0304171704a.jpg 0304171704.jpg ne of the fastest slot cars around!
     
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  20. Speaking of slot cars, this is a very early (probably late 50's, no date on box) Tico racing set. The cars are battery powered and run in a slot track. The cars and track have never been removed from box.

    Mick

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  21. In the 40's Marx came out with the Overhead Crossover Speedway that had two windup racers that ran around a figure 8 track kinda like a slot track without a slot but a raised lip to keep the cars in their lane. I have several more racing sets if anyone is interested.

    Mick

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  22. Stock Racer
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    A slot car I just threw together. It's an American Line kit I've had for about 20 years. IMG_2176.JPG IMG_2177.JPG
     
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  23. philo426
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    Very cool!
     
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  24. A Boner
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    image.jpeg Driven hard and put away wet.
     
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  25. philo426
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    Yes but it has a wealth of possibilities!
     
  26. raymay
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    I have some wood cars in my collection including a few I made during the winter months. A favorite is my wood version of the Mulholland Speedster.

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  27. philo426
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    Very nice indeed!Did you use pine ?
     
  28. Murphy32
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    Here's some Nosco hot-rods:

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  29. Murphy32
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    Here's a Marx Le Sabre:

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  30. raymay
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    Yes, I had some scrap in the basement, made some patterns and cut the pieces out. I bought the wheels as a craft store.
     

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