<VV> O Scale 1/43 Corvair Fitch Spring
chaz at properproper.com
Fri Dec 2 01:13:19 EST 2016
Similar, but much better detail, is this O Scale 1/43 Corvair Fitch Spring
on eBay for $90 :
There are other listings in different colors for a LOT more too.
The 2003 (YatMing?) Road Signature 1/43 1969 Corvair Monza is a better
rendition but just 1969 convertibles.
Another company makes a great set of "O" scale models, very accurate, but no
I'll try to find more info and get back to you ~
These were available at WalMart and I bought them all, just because they
were so cool!
They also had a lot of other 1/87 ("N" scale"?) cars (Shelby Cobra, '57
Corvette, etc) that were even MORE accurate, and I'll find more when I dig
them out of my treasure trove!
From: VirtualVairs [mailto:virtualvairs-bounces at corvair.org] On Behalf Of
rod murray via VirtualVairs
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2016 2:53 PM
To: Steven J. Serenska; virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re: <VV> O Scale Corvair Models I Had Not Seen
excellent find steve...i recently picked up a 1:43 scale "History of Chevy"
display shelf so your timing from my perspective is wonderful :). and just
a few observations of interest...the rampy and greenbrier are both listed
as '63's but have 64-65 engine access doors - no worries here, just glad to
see em. and there's also a sharp 54 corvair concept car 1:43 at the top of
all in all, looks like a few toys just got added to my xmas list. good
stuff! thx for sharing.
cya in 2018!
On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 5:29 PM, Steven J. Serenska via VirtualVairs <
virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> In my other life, I collect old toy trains. I'm building a 24 x 32'
> layout on the 3rd floor of our house this winter. Someday I'll post links
> to a website showing it finished. I'll likely meet up with the Grim
> later that same day, but that's another story.
> There's a thread on an O Scale toy train list right now concerning good
> sources of O Scale cars (approx 1/48). People were recommending "American
> Excellence". I had never heard of them so I browsed their site and was
> astonished to see 7,000 different models available.
> MANY OF THESE ARE EXPENSIVE, particular for a skin-flint Corvair owner,
> but look at these:
> Corsa Coupe: https://www.american-excellence.com/index.php?p=details&i=
> Rampside: https://www.american-excellence.com/index.php?p=details&i=200795
> Greenbrier: https://www.american-excellence.com/index.php?p=details&i=
> Monza Convertible: https://www.american-excellenc
> On the last one, it looks to me like someone named "Lucky Die Cast" bought
> the old Yat Ming dies.
> The first 3 are too rich for my blood, but perhaps the prices will drop
> over time. I wasn't aware they were even out there.
> Some of their other non-Corvair offerings are amazing. Enjoy.
> Steven "trains in the winter, Corvairs in the summer" Serenska
> 1965 Monza Convertible, 110/4
> 1966 Corsa Coupe, 140/4
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