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

  1. A Boner
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  2. Lepus
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    some more of mine. 025.JPG 026.JPG 027.JPG 028.JPG 029.JPG
     
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    the last one is a cookie tin 038.JPG 039.JPG 040.JPG 041.JPG 042.JPG
     
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    In the first two photos, the bikes at the front left are Mattel Chopcycles, motorized with rechargeable batteries that run on Sizzlers tracks. Front right are Mattel RRRumblers, non motorised for use on Hot Wheels tracks, with the snap-on frames with small wheels you can see under the trike with the guy in blue, with a top hat.(The only toy on this shelf I got when I was a kid.) The big Harley at the back is the last model I put together. The next three photos are Hot Wheels red lines, and the last two are Sizzlers, some waiting for parts. Most have been rechromed because the batteries leak when they get old, and dissolve the chrome.Same with the Chopcycles.( not real chrome, whatever they use on plastic models and toys) 043.JPG 044.JPG 045.JPG 046.JPG 047.JPG 048.JPG 051.JPG
     
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    Another recently finished bit of displacement activity:
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  8. That's too cool {35CAB} 500.jpg
     
  9. Anyone remember the old SST's? 781.jpg 780.jpg 784.jpg They were so much FUN to play with! 782.jpg I thought the chariot was the COOLEST ! Ron....
     
  10. An old Nylint twin mill Roadster pickup. Needing a little restoration. 20200723_160710.jpeg 20200723_160823.jpeg

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  11. raymay
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    Picked up a bag of parts at a garage sale. Most of them appeared to be from a Tonka Hot Rod. I was unable to find information or images for this specific Tonka car to see what may be missing. Spent some time to clean it up, gave it a little paint detail, narrowed the front axle, made my own windshield frame and top design.

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    this toy sucks Electrolux.jpg
     
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  15. A good friend of mine stopped by the other day and presented me with this little gem.He bought it at a yard sale in Upper Michigan.It is made from parts of musical instruments and other sundry items.There is a small hand lettered sign hanging on the side that reads,"Scrapture by Carl" and written on the other side in ink:"Dick Carl 2000".
    I tried Googling the name and came up with a similar art piece on a site called,"Everything But The House"that sold back in 2016 for $91.It did not however have any information on the artist.
    If anyone on here knows who Dick Carl is(or was) I would greatly appreciate any information.The last picture is the one from the auction site. DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 001.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 002.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 004.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 005.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 006.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 007.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 008.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 009.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 010.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 011.jpg DickCarl2000AutoSculpture2 012.jpg Scrapture1.jpg
     

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